Oklahomans share their struggle for mental healthcare as feds investigate statewide treatment
January 6, 2023
A Guthrie father spent two nights in an emergency room after his son attempted suicide only to be sent home because every state mental health treatment facility that cares for children was full.
After recovering from methamphetamine addiction, an Antlers woman became a peer recovery specialist to help others. She makes too much money to receive free medication and not enough to afford the pills and counseling that are keeping her sober.
A former pastor told employees at an Oklahoma City crisis center that he was suicidal and was turned away because he sleeps with a C-PAP machine, which is...