Grand View News

Dear Grand View Family,

This school year is unlike any other we have experienced and we know that many families are facing challenging times particularly as we approach winter and the holiday season.  We know that the Grand View community is one of sharing and we would ask you to join us in a collection drive to support families in the area.  We are also including a Resource Letter that will help you share information with family and friends who may need additional assistance. You can find a list of those resources below.

We are recognizing the week of November 15-21st as the Grand View Week of Caring and ask you to donate items in any of the following categories:

Non-perishable food Canned foods, such as salmon, tuna, chicken and turkey     

 Rice, oats, dry cereals, pasta, fruits, vegetables, soups, sauces, peanut butter and more

Personal Hygiene items

Bath soap, wash cloths, towels, toothpaste, tooth brushes


Feminine Hygiene

Baby items

Hand sanitizer

 Cleaning items

Laundry and dish detergent

Paper towels


Brooms & mops

Please have your student bring the items to school during the Grand View Week of Caring, November 15-21st and we will deliver the items to a local charity to distribute.

Please remember that Grand View School also provides counseling ad outreach services to our families.  Please call the school at 918-456-5131 and ask to speak to a member of the counseling staff or the parent liaison.

Resource Letter

Cherokee County Resources

Food Resources:

CARE Food Pantry

315 Oak St., Tahlequah, OK


Mon. & Wed. 10:00 am – 12:30 pm

                     Fri. 10:00 am-11:00 pm

Exciting Southeast Baptist Church

13289 Hwy 82, Tahlequah, OK


Box of fresh food – vegetables, dairy, etc.

Thursday 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm Drive through

First United Methodist Church

300 W. Delaware, Tahlequah, OK


Thursday 5:00 – 6:00 pm Meals to go

First Christian Church of Tahlequah

746 S. Cedar Ave., Tahlequah, OK


Must call in advance before pick-up date.

 4th Tuesday each month

Tri-Community (W.E.B.) Association

17914 S. 580 Rd., Tahlequah, OK

Mon., Wed., & Fri. 11:00 am-1:00 pm

$2.00 to go meals for anyone

Zoe Institute – Hands of Grace Warehouse

18929 E. Bluebird Dr., Park Hill, OK

(behind Park Hill Baptist Church)

Tue. and Thu. 9:00 am -1:00 pm

Application required through Zoe Office-

309 S. Muskogee Ave., Tahlequah, OK

Office hours: Mon.-Wed. 9:00 am - 3:00 pm


Cherokee Nation – Senior Centers

1286 W. 4th St., Tahlequah, OK


Mon. 10:30 -11:00 am

Pick up 5 frozen meals.

Keetoowah Elder and Nutrition Center

18419 W. Keetoowah Circle, Tahlequah, OK


Mon. – Fri.  11:00 am – 12:30 pm

Drive through pick-up

For CDIB holders 55 and older and their spouse.

Also, for children under 18 years of age

 if you have custody.

Senior Citizens Center

230 E. 1st Street, Tahlequah, OK


*Call to request food the day prior to pick up.

*Paperwork can be picked up when picking

up first meal and return paperwork later.

Drive through hot meal.

$1.75 over age 60, $4.00 under age 60

Mon. – Fri.  11:15 am – 12:20 pm

Housing or Utilities Assistance:

Dept. of Human Services 918-207-4500

Cherokee Nation Human Services 918-453-5422

Other Resources:

Help in Crisis – 918-456-0673

Child Abuse Hotline 1-800-522-3511

Suicide Hotline 1-800-273-8255

Hope House –emergency temporary housing

for homeless families. 918-456-4673

Tahlequah Men’s Shelter 918-708-2015

Mental Health:

Cherokee Nation Behavioral Health


Cherokee Nation HERO Project


CREOKS Behavioral Health Services