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Phoenix Gate Inc

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Nonprofit Overview

Causes: Addictive Disorders, Counseling, Mental Health, Mental Health & Crisis Intervention, Substance Abuse Dependency, Prevention & Treatment

Mission: 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

Programs: 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)

Community Stories

2 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters

Board Member

Rating: 5

I became involved with Phoenix Gate first as a volunteer and I'm currently a Board Member. It's an honor to be associated with a group of individuals who truly care about helping the people of Southeastern Oklahoma receive education and treatment related to substance abuse issues.

Twyla C.

Board Member

Rating: 3

As a professional in this field, I have been following Phoenix Gate, Inc. since its inception. Many lives have been touched in a number of ways. Families have regained the strength and guidance they need to continue a productive and healthy lifestyle, recovering users have learned to live a life that is free of drugs, and children have been taught ways to say NO to drugs and alcohol. The guidance and direction you can receive from programs like this is immeasurable. It's too bad that there is such a shortage of facilities and funding to support this program.