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CALM Center Unveils New Renovations

CALM Center Unveils New Renovations

After a two-year capital campaign that successfully raised 1.3 million, The CALM Center’s renovation is complete. An Unveiling, Ribbon Cutting and Open House Celebration will be held on Wednesday September 25th at The CALM Center from 2 – 5pm.  The CALM (Child and...

Suicide Prevention

Suicide Prevention

September is Suicide Prevention Month and September 10th is World Suicide Prevention Day. According to the World Health Organization, one person dies every 40 seconds from suicide; it has become a 'global public health issue'. Suicide is the 10th leading cause of...

Back-to-School Emotions

Back-to-School Emotions

It's August! Time for most children to go back to school.  Some children transition easily and happily to school while others struggle.  Most adults become anxious when we start something new. So, it's no surprise that children are anxious about a new school year, new...

We Are CARF Accredited

We Are CARF Accredited

We know you have options when deciding who should provide your mental & behavioral health and substance abuse treatment and services. Accreditation is a sign of quality and should be an important consideration in your decision making. Counseling & Recovery...

June is National PTSD Month

June is National PTSD Month

Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) can occur to anyone at any age who has experienced or witnessed a trauma - a shocking and dangerous event where their life or others' lives are in danger. According to the National Center for PTSD, about 7 or 8 out of every...

Picture is worth 1,000 words

Picture is worth 1,000 words

A picture is worth 1,000 words. Whether you have a plan or are just starting, we will draw pictures of concepts to help you with your financial planning decisions at a free April 30th interactive workshop. It doesn’t matter if you have a perfect plan or no plan - our...

Dylan pays it forward

Dylan pays it forward

Four arrests in six months led Dylan Witt back to rehab for the second time, but this time was different.  Something clicked. “It was time to change, to get my family back. I had lost a lot of good friends, and I wanted to get them back, and to get my life on...

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CRSOK Maintains No Gun Policy

CRSOK Maintains No Gun Policy

TULSA, Okla. — The permitless or “constitutional carry” law goes into effect throughout the State of Oklahoma on Friday November 1, 2019. Within the confines of that law, Counseling and Recovery Services of Oklahoma (CRSOK), a private nonprofit community mental health center, will maintain its no-gun policy. CRSOK is the only Oklahoma community mental health center certified in the...

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CALM Center Renovations Revealed in Ceremonial Ribbon Cutting

CALM Center Renovations Revealed in Ceremonial Ribbon Cutting

TULSA – Renovations to The CALM Center were revealed in a ribbon cutting ceremony on Wednesday September 25th at 2:15pm. An open house celebration with tours of the facility followed until 5pm. Counseling & Recovery Services’ leadership team, campaign donors, district legislators and project architects cut the ceremonial ribbon. Pictured here: Shannon Marshall, GH2 Architects; Emily Dukes,...

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Year End Giving

Year End Giving

We Depend on You. You Make The Difference! YOUR generosity supports our mission to restore dignity and help build better lives through behavioral health and substance abuse services. Lives Depend on Us Because... 14% of Tulsans experience mental health issuesDepression is the leading cause of suicideOklahoma ranks 8th in the nation for suicide rate96% of clients are low to no income &...

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