Phoenix Gate Inc

Rating: 4.64 stars   11 reviews


32 E Cherokee Suite 104 McAlester OK 74501 USA


Our purpose is to identify areas of need in at-risk, indigent, or otherwise disadvantaged populations and to provide mental and behavioral healthcare services to remedy problems in such areas as substance abuse, criminality, domestic violence and unemployment. Our goal is to improve levels of functioning for individuals, thus benefiting the recipient communities and therby enhancing stability and fostering growth for society as a whole.

Target demographics:

Men, Women and Children in southeastern Oklahoma who may be in need of help for the services we provide


Thinking For a Change, Substance Abuse, Group Therapy, Stress Management, Anger Management, Parenting and Family Values, Domestic Violence, Social Relations-Marriage, Job Readiness, Aftercare Relapse-Prevention, Life Without a Crutch, Work, Helping Women Recover (Womens Group)

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Role: General Member of the Public
Rating: 5 stars  

I have been acquainted with Phoenix Gate since 2000. Four of my family members have completed different types of counceling at this Organization. Each one is a success story with long lasting effects that changed their lives in a positive way. I would recommend Phoenix Gate to anyone needing help and I even carry a few business cards in case I talk to someone needing intervention.

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my family.

If I had to make changes to this organization, I would...

add one or two more interns and another volunteer

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Some of my family members were clients.

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