What is the Oklahoma Mental Health and Aging Coalition

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September 11, 2001

The Oklahoma Mental Health and Aging Coalition - SINCE 1991 - Advocates for a better quality of life for older Oklahomans

The Oklahoma Mental Health and Aging Coalition was formed to provide education and training to the general public, state officials, public and private providers, families, consumers and others who have contact with older adults who experience mental disorders. These services include mental health advocacy, prevention, intervention, and referrals.

Through the combined efforts of member professionals and other interested individuals, this coalition has been able to gain the attention of those in Oklahoma who can make a difference for the estimated 8,000 adults over the age of 65 who suffer from some form of mental disorder.

Current Officers

Mich Magness
Chair

Karen Frensley
Vice Chair


Barbara Kidder
Treasurer


The Oklahoma Mental Health and Aging
Coalition
is a non-profit
organization.

Corporate Officers:

Ken Recoy
President

Barbara Kidder
Vice President

Trish Weedn
Secretary

Oklahoma Mental Health and Aging  | Our Purpose, Goals and Objectives | Upcoming Events | Links to Mental Health and Aging Coalitions | Information on How to Become a Member of
the Oklahoma Coalition on Mental Health and Aging | Coalition Special Information | Request for Information

Sandy Pruitt, Chair
Oklahoma Mental Health and Aging Coalition
C/0 HOPE Community Services, Inc.
4720 S. Shields
Oklahoma City, OK 73129
405-632-1900
sjpruitt@hopecsi.org

Primary Business Address
Oklahoma Mental Health and Aging Coalition
4720 S. Shields
Oklahoma City, OK  73129

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