COVID-19 Tracking & Local Information (Updated 5/5/22 @ 2:00 pm)

 

CLICK HERE FOR LIBRARY COVID UPDATES & OPERATIONS including details about our masked visiting hour, Saturdays from 9-10 a.m.

LOCAL NEWS AND UPDATES

  • City of StillwaterThe Stillwater City Council encourages all to wear a mask indoors regardless of vaccination status in resolution 
  • Speak Up Stillwater - Tell the City of Stillwater what you think, ask questions, and engage.
  • City Council Meetings - Take place most Mondays at 5:30 p.m. Videos of the meetings are available after the event. Access agenda and recordings here.
  • Stillwater Water Supply -There is no evidence of COVID-19 spreading through drinking water or sewage. For more information check these resources from WHO.
  • Oklahoma State University Coronavirus Update - Their Campus COVID Plan, testing info, and updates are posted here.
  • Stillwater News Press - Get local news updates. COVID-19 related news has no paywall.
  • Click here for more business resources.
VACCINATION & TESTING INFORMATION
LOCAL HEALTH INFORMATION
LOCAL MENTAL HEALTH INFORMATION
  • Payne County Health Department Offices in both Stillwater and Cushing have iPads clients can use to access behavioral health services. By appointment or walk-in. Call 405-372-8200 for more information.
  • Grand Lake Mental Health  - Local nonprofit community mental health agency. All persons & ages served regardless of payment source. Call 405-372-2202  or contact them via their Facebook Page
  • Stillwater Interfaith Counseling Center - Service for children, youth, adults, and couples. Call 405-624-5840.
  • CREOKS Behavioral Health - Nonprofit mental health & substance abuse provider offering TeleMed therapy.
  • Wings of Hope - Advocacy/shelter for victims of domestic violence. Call 405-372-9922.
    • 24-hour crisis line 405-624-3020 or 1-800-624-3020.
  • Payne County Youth Services - Therapy for new and existing clients. Helping homeless youth with placements on a case-by-case basis. The shelter is accepting kids from Safe Place as well as DHS. Visitors at the shelter are limited and volunteer work at the shelter is limited to outdoor activities/projects. Call 405-377-3380.
  • Click here for more mental health resources.
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