At Oklahoma State we're invested in the wellbeing of all employees. We have compiled a list of community resources to support our faculty and staff in living a healthy lifestyle, as we strive to be America's HEALTHIEST Campus®. Investing in the wellbeing of all employees will have positive outcomes for the University and the Stillwater community as a whole.
NOTE: Due to on-going health and safety precautions to mitigate the spread of Covid-19, delivery of services provided by community and University resources may be modified, so you are encouraged to contact service providers in advance of a visit.
The Stillwater community offers a wide selection of churches and religious groups.
Interfaith Alliance was created in 1994 to celebrate religious freedom and to challenge the bigotry and hatred arising from religious and political extremism infiltrating American politics. Today, Interfaith Alliance has members across the country, including Oklahoma, from 75 faith traditions as well as those of no faith tradition.
Meridian’s mission is to educate, enrich lives, and secure economic futures by offering daytime and evening courses such as full-time career training, short courses ranging from floral design to first aid, online classes and business solutions, including customized training and entrepreneur services.
An easy to remember telephone number that connects people with important community services and volunteer opportunities state wide with information to human services for every day needs and in times of crisis.
The Stillwater Chamber of Commerce is a non-profit association of business, industry and individuals interested in the economic growth and quality of life of the community. The Chamber is the only leading business organization partnering with over 850 companies representing over 22,000 employees and is the driving force behind the development of Stillwater.
Family members deserve many things from physicians - compassion, knowledge, understanding, skill and care. Stillwater Medical Center (SMC) is committed to recruiting and retaining only the finest physicians. You can trust that each member of SMC's physician team embodies all of these qualities to best treat you.
As "Oklahoma’s Education Community," the development of work-ready high school and college graduates is considered key to Stillwater’s future prosperity. Stillwater students consistently outscore other districts in the state on standardized tests. The Stillwater Public School district has been rated among the "Top 100" districts in the U.S., and Expansion Management Magazine gives Stillwater High School its highest "Gold Medal" rating for workforce preparation.
The United Way of Payne County focuses on the building blocks of education, income and health to enhance the Stillwater and surrounding communities. United Way supports 21 helping agencies in all of Payne County, and last year, one out of three residents were touched by services provided by these agencies.
The Employee Health Clinic at UHS offers acute medical needs to benefit-eligible employees and dependents six years and older. Along with medical care, UHS offers nutrition consultations and initial psychology sessions as a wellness benefit. Nutrition consultations are provided by a registered and licensed dietitian in UHS who can assist with various dietary needs like achieving a healthy weight, stabilizing blood glucose levels and body composition testing. As a wellness benefit, employees will receive two sessions at no charge per year. The Employee Assistance Psychologist provides free and confidential short-term counseling and referral services for employees and household members. Have additional questions? Visit us online at uhs.okstate.edu/make-an-appt or call 405-744-CARE to speak with one of our medical office assistants.
If you are experiencing symptoms of COVID-19, or if you have been exposed to someone who has tested positive for COVID-19, call the hotline to schedule an appointment for testing. The testing site is located on the OSU campus, 1202 West Farm Road. Testing is available online through the UHS patient portal at http://okstateportal.pointnclick.com or by calling 405-744-7665 to schedule an appointment.
NOTE: This is updated annually to serve as a resource for all OSU employees, although some references are applicable only to faculty. The Provost’s Office, on behalf of the original COACHE Working Group, welcomes comments and/or suggestions of other resources that would be useful to include on this site. Suggestions should be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.