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GRAND Mental Health Establishes New Advisory Council

Ron Brady
GRAND Director PR/Marketing

Catherine Divis
Account Supervisor – Schnake Turbo Frank


Monday, May 6, 2024 (Tulsa, OK.) – GRAND Mental Health is proud to announce the establishment of the GRAND Advisory Council, chaired by Cara Hair, Senior Vice President, Corporate Services and Chief Legal and Compliance Officer at Helmerich and Payne, and David Page, Retired, JPMorgan Chase & Co and associate at Schnake Turnbo Frank. The council is comprised of representatives from healthcare, law enforcement, and the business community and will provide valuable guidance and insights as advocates and advisors for GRAND Mental Health in the Tulsa region. 

Other members of the GRAND Advisory Council include: Michael Baker, City of Tulsa-Tulsa Fire Department; Shella Bowlin, Cherokee Na􀆟on; Tammy Cox, Ascension St. John; Bryan Day, Community Care College; Chief Wendell Franklin, Tulsa Police Department; Dr. Todd Hoffman, Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Oklahoma; Dr. Ebony Johnson, Tulsa Public Schools; Bill Kellough, Private Practice Attorney; Christy Lindsay, Entrepreneur; Bill Major, The Anne and Henry Zarrow Foundation; Rob Martinovich, Retired, ONEOK; Adam McCreary, Cherokee Nation; Mike Neal, Tulsa Regional Chamber; Kate Neary, Community Health Connection; Shannon O’Doherty, Commerce Bank; Ron Purdie, Hillcrest Healthcare System; Sheriff Vic Regalado, Tulsa County Sheriff; Gail Richards, Jack and Maxine Zarrow Family Foundation; Cliff Robertson, Saint Francis Health System; Susan Savage, Morton Health Clinic; Sarah Stitt, First Lady of Oklahoma; and Lane Wilson, Williams Companies. 


About GRAND Mental Health: 

GRAND Mental Health provides services for adults, children, adolescents, and families struggling with behavioral health issues, substance use issues, and integrated/medical needs in northeastern and north central Oklahoma. In business since 1979, GRAND Mental Health is a Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinic (CCBHC) providing evidence-based mental health and substance use services integrated with primary health care. Becoming a CCBHC has allowed GRAND Mental Health to hire wellness coaches, dieticians, occupational therapists, behavioral health coaches and peer recovery support specialists to provide a larger spectrum of services to clients. GRAND Mental Health operates 29 clinics and centers in 13 Oklahoma counties, employing more than 2,100 people. GRAND Mental Health strives to provide personalized care, anytime, anywhere. GRAND Mental Health works closely with and is partially funded by the Oklahoma Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services.