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Annual Report

Lives Depend on Us & We Depend on You. Our agency provided crisis care, assessments, diagnosis, therapy, medication, case management and wellness services to 4,874 children, adults and families in Fiscal Year 2017. It  was a difficult year for nonprofits, especially those with state contracts to provide services. Costs rose, demand continued, but state funding […]

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Charity Day

The back-to-school Belk Charity Day Sale on August 25 will benefit our Dream Center Community Garden. Purchase a $5 ticket. All proceeds of ticket sales stay with our agency. For shoppers, it’s a better than Black Friday sale without the crowds. The ticket gets you into the sale and is a coupon for $5 off […]

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Opioid Dependence Recovery

Willpower is not enough to overcome a life-threatening opioid dependence. That is why Counseling & Recovery Services created its outpatient opioid dependence recovery program for adults using a nationally recognized and successful model requiring therapy with opioid replacement medication. Opiate dependence treatment is about more than sobering up. It’s about feeling normal again without using […]

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Home alone

Kids will run out the school doors for summer break soon, and many parents/guardians are trying to plan a safe summer break for their children. The Tulsa City-County Library System offers a list of camps for children to attend during the summer. They range in price and length. Follow this link to learn more. Parents/guardians […]

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Memorial Day

Memorial Day allows us to honor those who gave their lives for our freedom and those who serve or have served to defend it. To allow our families to observe this holiday, our outpatient clinics in Tulsa and Sand Springs will close Monday. We reopen at 8 a.m. Tuesday. The CALM Center for children ages […]

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Where is outcry

The Tulsa Regional Mental Health Report is no surprise. The surprise is the lack of public outcry for change. After 10 years of state funding cuts, there is no surprise why mental health and substance abuse services can’t meet the needs of 1 in 7 Tulsans who has a mental illness. The surprise was the […]

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Desserts for Donations

Thanks to everyone for the great success of Desserts for Donations drive. We still need gently used clothing, household items and new toiletries for our clothing closet. Please contact Nurse Care Manager Diane Maloy at 918.236.4154 for more information or to donate. Items needed include Hangers Men, women & children’s clothing socks Soap, shampoo Tooth […]

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Mourning loss

We join the nation in mourning the loss of 17 lives and injury to 14 others in Florida’s Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida. In response to this and other tragedies at a school, many children, teens and young adults have questions and concerns. There are excellent resources online for children, families, school personnel and […]

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Suicide crisis

Oklahoma has one of the highest suicide rates in the nation. Fortunately, everyone can do something to fight Oklahoma’s suicide crisis. Did you know that most people who commit suicide don’t want to die? People contemplating suicide say they want the darkness and pain to go away. Showing your concern by asking “How are you […]

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Tragedy response

Our hearts thoughts and minds are with those affected by the tragedies in Broken Arrow and Las Vegas. Our staff is available to help adults, children, families and organizations who need support. Here are available resources in our community and beyond: CALM Center for youth ages 10-17 in crisis,. 918.394.2256, COPES (Mobile Psychiatric Crisis Services), […]

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