Recovery Starts Here


Giving to help build better lives through mental health & substance abuse services has never been so important. Your much needed gifts make sure a young person thinking of suicide has immediate care or a person with severe mental illness gets medicine necessary to live a life with symptoms under control.

Sponsor our Zombie Outbreak Run

Sponsoring our first-ever fundraising event, Zombie Outbreak Run, set for 7 p.m. Saturday Sept. 15, at Chandler Park and hosted by Hex House. Here’s a link to sponsor information.

Sign Up for the Zombie Outbreak Run: Follow this link.

Buying A Rustic Cuff

This special, limited edition cuff features green beads for mental health with vibrant blue representing the Counseling & Recovery Services logo.  Only 75 are available.

You can purchase below through online giving, and we will arrange for you to pick up the cuff.

You also can fill out a purchase form and bring it by to our office at 7010 S. Yale #215, Tulsa, OK 74136, for immediate delivery. Access the form through this link.

Ask for Lindsay DeWeese or Beverly Moore at our reception desk to receive your bracelet.

Holiday Giving for Clients in Need is huge success!

Thanks to you the holiday needs of 65 clients were met through $5,000 in donations and your purchase of gifts for children and families. Unfortunately, our clients and their families face challenges throughout the year. We need your continued help to provide medication, treatment and support to people of all ages.

By Phone

To discuss how your charitable gift can make a difference in the lives of  the 5,000 adults children and families that we serve every year, feel free to call Development Director Lindsay Hughes DeWeese at 918.392.5809.

By Online Giving

By Mail

Send a check with instructions on how to acknowledge your gift to:

Counseling & Recovery Services
c/o Lindsay Hughes DeWeese
7010 S. Yale #215
Tulsa, OK 74136

By Planned Giving

Our planned giving office can help you care for the needs of your family while leave a lasting legacy of caring for people of all ages with mental health issues. Follow this link for details.