Tuesday the Barnsdall Chamber of Commerce met for their second October meeting; during which the chamber members discussed their recent trip to the Enbridge Tour at the Cushing Terminal and received a presentation from recently opened Grand Lake Mental Health in Barnsdall.
Chamber Vice-President Claud Rosendale said the group had a great tour and greatly appreciated the effort it takes to bring crude oil into the state. Other members said they were amazed by the size of the pipeline and storage tanks with their 500 million barrel capacity.
The Chamber also received a presentation from Children Services Administrator Kimberly Hill from the recently opened Grand Lake Mental Health Clinic in Barnsdall. Hill stated that they have had a very successful month since their opening; so much so that they are looking to hiring more employees in the near future.
The clinic in Barnsdall currently focuses on Children Mental Health Services, but they do provide Adult Services as well. The Mental Health clinic accepts most major insurances, including Blue Cross Blue Shield, Medicare, Medicaid, Sooner Care, and Humana. The clinic in Barnsdall along with all of the organization 11 facilities are available to self-referral along with walk-ins.
The Barnsdall Chamber will meet next on November 8, at the Barnsdall Community Center.
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