Expect Hope with Gateway

Gateway to Prevention and Recovery is a 501(c)3 non-profit located in Lincoln, Pottawatomie, and Seminole counties. We are dedicated to serving Oklahoma communities and families who have loved ones who have been affected by substance abuse and mental health disorders. We understand how devastating progressive addiction and mental health disorders are to the individual, their family, and ultimately the community as a whole. 

For more than 38 years, we have been dedicated to providing services that will not only enrich and enhance lives, but will save lives, reduce barriers to healthy choices, and provide education and support for everyone in our communities.

The counties in Oklahoma which Gateway serves.

Our Services


Gateway is dedicated to serving individuals and families who have been affected by addiction and mental health disorders. Our prevention, treatment, and wellness programs bring health, hope, and healing to the communities we serve.

Our Prevention Team works at the state and local levels to stop or slow the development of substance use and mental health disorders before they begin.

We have best practice treatment services in Shawnee, Seminole, and Chandler as well as a Medication Assisted Treatment Clinic for those battling opioid use disorder.

Our Wellness program is rooted in creating healthy relationships with ourselves and others while making choices toward a healthy and fulfilling life in recovery.

Get Involved

Gateway excitedly welcomes you to build restorative relationships with our staff, patients, and programs. Join us to break the stigma of addiction and bridge the gap to community, opportunity, and sustained recovery and wellness.

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Volunteer

Studies show that people who volunteer lead longer, healthier, and more fulfilling lives. Put your passion into action and help Gateway's patients and staff feel seen, accepted, and encouraged. Find Out More

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Coalitions

We are proud to partner with community advocates, organizations, and agencies who are interested in making a change! See the impact our coalitions are having and join one today. Find Out More

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Events

From our Walk for Recovery to our monthly RAW Luncheons, we love bringing our community together in support of addiction recovery and wellness. See what's coming up on our Events Calendar.

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Donate

When you make a donation to Gateway, you are making a profound impact on the individuals, families, and communities we work with everyday. Join us in raising funds for our Expect Hope Campaign. Donate Today

News & Stories

Stay informed on the latest news and information from Gateway!

Changing Minds

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Begin Again

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Add One

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Bottled Up: Prevent Teen Drinking

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The Human Brain is Wired to Rewire Under Stress

What goes into the process of changing ourselves and can we really change? Scientists and researchers seem to believe…

Not Alone: New Support Groups, Efforts Focus on Suicide Prevention

“You deserve to be here Now, to be alive, to grow, To be happy and to thrive, There is more for you, Than to ju…

Family Meal Time

Do you make time for family meals? Hear from Andrea Beck, Registered Dietician at SSM Health St. Anthony Hospital - S…

Celebrating a Former Addict's Journey to Recovery and Peace

Misty Brewer has been an employee at Gateway since August. She works at the Seminole location as a Peer Recovery Supp…

Starting a Morning Routine

Ever feel like your mornings are more chaos than calm? Hear what Andrea Beck, Registered Dietician with SSM Health S…