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One Suicide is Too Many

When the bright lives of Kate Spade and Anthony Bourdain ended suddenly to suicide within a few days of each other, we are left wondering “Why?” and if their lives could have been saved. In direct response to these tragic

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Tulsa Support Group Location Changes July 1!

Beginning July 1, 2018, all Tulsa support groups will meet at Mental Health Association Oklahoma’s new offices located at Legacy Plaza, 5330 East 31st Street, Tulsa, OK 74135. Your support group meeting day and time will remain the same. Only the location

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Behind the Scenes: Carnivale Stars & Stripes TulsaPeople Photoshoot

Love this TulsaPeople photospread? Well, check out the behind-the-scenes video below! Carnivale, the best party in town, keeps the good times rolling in 2018! Carnivale Stars & Stripes will carry us back to 1945 when swing dancing and big band

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5 Mental Health & Homelessness Films & Shows to Watch on Netflix

By Matt Gleason Mental Health Association Oklahoma Whenever I’m browsing through Netflix, I always end up seeing the same recommendations to watch episodes of “How I Met Your Mother” and action flicks I watched five years ago. Sometimes, though, Netflix

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Would you go to a haunted cardiac unit on Halloween?

By Matt Gleason Mental Health Association Oklahoma Haunted cardiac units full of demonic patients in need of bypass surgery would be offensive, right? Why is it OK that we flock to pay our scare money to run away from demons

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The Power of an Association Housing Tour

By Leslie Todd Association Volunteer The first time I toured the housing owned and operated by Mental Health Association Oklahoma, it took all of 20 minutes. There was one building, Walker Hall, with 12 units available for people coping with

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