COVID-19 Tracking & Local Information (Checked 5/30/20 @ 5:30 pm)

Making sure that you have access to accurate and up-to-date information is our top priority. If you have questions please call us at (405) 372-3633 x8106, email askalibrarian@stillwater.org or message us on Facebook. If we do not have answers, we will help direct you to someone who does. 

LOCAL NEWS AND UPDATES

LOCAL HEALTH INFORMATION
  • Stillwater Medical Center - Get updates about modified patient and visitor hours and procedures.
  • Payne County Health Department - Locations, contact information and hours for Stillwater and Cushing clinics.
    • Curbside testing for people showing symptoms. Call 405-372-8200 to make an appointment. 
    • No physician's order is needed, but PCHS is encouraging patients to contact their primary care providers.
    • Testing is free and does not require insurance.
  • Oklahoma Health Department - Daily OK case number updates, what to do if you're sick, and more. 
    • Coronavirus Call Center - 877-215-8336 or 211 with questions. Open 24 hours/Spanish interpreters
  • Click here for more health resources.
LOCAL MENTAL HEALTH INFORMATION
  • Payne County Health Department Offices in both Stillwater and Cushing have iPads clients can use to access behavioral health services. By appointment or walk-in. Call 405-372-8200 for more information.
  • Grand Lake Mental Health  - Local nonprofit community mental health agency. All persons & ages served regardless of payment source. Call 405-372-2202 & their Facebook Page
  • Stillwater Interfaith Counseling Center - Service for children, youth, adults, and couples. Call 405-624-5840.
  • CREOKS Behavioral Health - Nonprofit mental health & substance abuse provider offering TeleMed therapy.
  • Wings of Hope - Advocacy/shelter for victims of domestic violence. Call 405-372-9922.
    • 24-hour crisis line 405-624-3020 or 1-800-624-3020.
  • Payne County Youth Services - Tele-therapy for new and existing clients. Helping homeless youth with placements on a case-by-case basis. The shelter is only taking new residents in conjunction with DHS. No shelter visitors. Call 405-377-3380.
  • Peer-to-Peer Listening Project 
    • Call 405-880-3703 or email patriciadarlington@gmail.com to request a 20-minute listening session. 
    • An appointment will be scheduled for a volunteer listener (volunteers are not mental health care professionals)
  • Printable List of Local Mental Health Resources compiled by Pat Darlington (City Councilmember & Psychologist)
  • Click here for more mental health resources.
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