Community Benefits

NOISE Network

INTEGRIS has given NAMI Oklahoma the ability to reach ALL Oklahomans who are affected by mental illness by giving access to the eHealth system. People who live in rural areas often do not have access to the education, support and advocacy needed to navigate the mental health system. This includes children, adults, family members, teachers, employers and community members. NAMI Oklahoma offers these services FREE to anyone in need; and INTEGRIS eHealth gives us the ability to reach thousands of people across our state.

So why do we call it the NOISE Network?

NAMI Oklahoma, affiliates and anyone affected by mental illness MUST start making some NOISE about mental illness. "NOISE" or NAMI Oklahoma Interactive Support and Education is the heart and soul of our agency. It's time to talk about mental illness. When people are educated about an issue, they can make informed decisions. Those decisions improve lives, from every day living to state legislation. It's NAMI Oklahoma's job to be the voice of the people on mental illness. INTEGRIS has given us the NOISE Network so that we can reach more people and change more lives. NAMI Oklahoma is incredibly grateful for this amazing gift. For more information on NAMI Oklahoma visit their website at

Citywide Stroke Support Group

The Citywide Stroke Support Group was started in 1994 and continues to meet every fourth Monday at the American Heart Association Office located at 5700 N. Portland (next to Bank of America). The group serves the needs of stroke survivors and family members. Health professionals and students are welcome to attend. In addition, the group is very active and is involved in community events such as the Heart Walk and also does volunteer projects and social events throughout the year. INTEGRIS provides Virtual Meeting Rooms for remote members to attend the support group. For more information, go to

Janet Spradlin, PhD 

2015 Citywide Stroke Group Flyer.pdf