Wagoner Community Hospital recently received a U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), Health Resources & Services Administration (HRSA) Rural Community Opioid Response Program (RCORP) Planning Grant to undertake the following in Wagoner County:

1) Increase awareness of safe prescribing and management of prescription drugs among health care providers and consumers and reduce the prevalent stigma in the community surrounding accessing substance use treatment.

2) Expand access treatment capacity by enhancing Telehealth, addressing both access and technology issues, as well as building on mobile Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT) approaches.

3) Building sustainable recovery pathways for clients following treatment by increasing access to evidence-based wraparound recovery support.

We are here to help! For additional information, please contact Daniel Bradley by email at dbradley@wagonerhospital.com

Media Releases

• 2022 National Prevention Week to Be Celebrated in Wagoner County

• 4/20/2022 – Nature Trail Clean-Up Scheduled, Volunteers Needed WCH Nature Trail Clean-Up Scheduled, Volunteers Needed Media Release

• 9/8/2021 – Wagoner Community Hospital Awarded A Rural Communities Opioid Response Program Grant WCH Opioid Response Program Grant Award Media Release

• 5/13/2021 – 2021 Nation Prevention Week to be Celebrated in Wagoner, Oklahoma WCH Nation Prevention Week Media Release

• 2/2/2021 – Wagoner Community Hospital Hosts Zoom Meetings to Solicit Input from the Community

WCH Community Input Media Release

• 1/14/2021 – Wagoner Community Hospital Awarded An RCORP Grant To Examine Substance Use and Opioid Use.

WCH RCORP Media Release 

Dear Community Members: Wagoner Community Hospital received a U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Grant to develop a strategy for combating Substance Use Disorder (SUD)/Opioid Use Disorder (OUD) in Wagoner County. Our goal is to strengthen and expand SUD/OUD prevention, treatment, and recovery services in Wagoner County. We are collecting information from members of the community and your input is important to us! Please take a few minutes to complete this survey. Your responses are confidential and your participation is greatly appreciated! If you provide your email address, it will be entered into a raffle drawing for a Gift Card.

Please click on the below link to participate in the survey.

City of Wagoner Mayor Albert Jones presented a proclamation for the National Prevention Week 2021. Shown left to right in the first photo are: Nancy Thomasson and Jami Cunningham from Creoks Health Services, Suzanne Salichs, Becky Helmuth, and Jimmy Leopard from Wagoner Community Hospital, Mayor Albert Jones and Fire Chief Kelly Grooms from the City of Wagoner, Lainey Porter from the Wagoner County Family Service Council, Terry Garrett from Cherokee Nation Behavioral Health, and Sgt. Jeff Halfacre from the Wagoner County Sheriff’s Office.