Winter 2020 Newsletter

Winter 2020 Newsletter

CRSOK has been busy the last few months. We have new Board Members, had our Annual Employee Appreciation Awards Dinner, received a FEMA grant to provide free crisis counseling to flood victims in Tulsa County and been visiting local news stations discussing our other...
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...
Giving Success

Giving Success

All 50 children and adults in our Holiday Giving Program received gifts, thanks to your generous donations. Staff and community partners also filled 10 food baskets distributed to clients and their families. Once again, Rib Crib Sand Springs provided meat for our Sand...
Save our Services

Save our Services

Make your voice heard at the Capitol today! It’s not too late. The special session is still underway. Ask your state legislators to save mental health and substance abuse services by filling the entire $215 million budget gap.  We need solutions that are...
‘This is my lifeline’

‘This is my lifeline’

An abusive marriage, divorce, pressure at work, depression, anxiety and chronic pain caused Virginia to “meltdown.” She changed careers and thought that would help. It didn’t. The stress, depression and anxiety     intensified.  Virginia began self-medicating with...

Laughter is best medicine

When in doubt, laugh it out. Have you ever heard the saying, “Laughter is the best medicine?” According to the article “Laugh out Loud” in 101 Ways to Well-Being, laughter has several health benefits, including burning calories, reducing pain and stress, and improving...