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Counseling & Recovery Services of Oklahoma is proud to partner with other agencies to meet the mental health and substance abuse treatment needs of veterans, adults, children and families.

With these agencies, and many others in our community and state, we work to achieve our mission of helping build better lives through behavioral health and substance abuse services.

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One call connects veterans, adults and children with community services. This is one of many critical services provided by the Community Service Council of Tulsa.

Community Outreach Psychiatric Services (COPES) – 918.744.4800

24/7 telephone and mobile crisis intervention for children and adults in Tulsa County.

Mental Health Association in Tulsa (MHAT) – 918.382.2482

Support groups and other services are available for people with mental health issues.

NAMI Tulsa – 918.583.6264

Peer support for people with mental health issues and their families.

Oklahoma Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services (ODMHSAS)          

Counseling & Recovery Services is one of 14 community mental health centers under ODMHSAS contract to provide services to adults and children. ODMHSAS also is a source of information about treatment and prevention programs statewide.

    • Reachout Hotline: 1.800.522.9054
    • Gambling Helpline: 1.800.522.4700
    • Tobacco Helpline: 1.800.QUIT.NOW
    • Suicide Prevention: 1.800.273.TALK
    • ODMHSAS: 1.405.522.3908

Counseling & Recovery Services is part of the Tulsa’s Anti-Bullying Coalition. To learn more about bullying, follow this link:

http://www.preventbullyingtulsa.org/

Additional information is available:

http://www.onlineschools.org/student-bullying-guide/

Our agency provides outpatient substance abuse treatment under contract with ODMHSAS. To find resources for inpatient treatment nationwide, follow this link.

https://startyourrecovery.org/

We Are A CARF® International Accredited Provider

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 Services of Oklahoma is proud to hold the distinction as a CARF® accredited community mental health provider. 

In order to maintain our accreditation status, a survey team from CARF International recently visited our sites to evaluate how well we meet international standards for commitment to quality. The team conducted an assessment of over 1,500 rigorous standards and will provide us a report on our strengths and areas for improvement. We received their report and have been accredited for another 3 years through June 30, 2022.

The CALM Center Renovations Revealed

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 from 2 – 5pm. 

The CALM (Child and Adolescent Life Management) Center has provided immediate crisis support for over 4,000 Oklahoma youth ages 10-17 and their families around the clock since 2008. It is the only youth crisis stabilization center in eastern Oklahoma and one of only three in the state, filling the gap between outpatient care and inpatient/residential care. With an increased demand for this critical care, these renovations were needed to create a larger, more welcoming lobby, new multipurpose room for family visits and education, and new offices for admissions and counseling.

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To RSVP please contact Lindsey DeWeese, Resource Development Director at 918.392.5809 or ldeweese@crsok.org.

September is Suicide Prevention Month

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 death in the United States; however, among individuals ages 10 – 34 it is the 2nd leading cause of death and is the 4th leading cause among ages 35 – 54. The suicide rate among males is nearly four times higher than females.

Nationally, Oklahoma is ranked 8th in having the highest rate of suicide. In Oklahoma, more suicides occur than motor vehicle accidents every year and suicide outpaces homicide 3 to 1. Firearms are the most common weapons used.

Suicide does not discriminate, everyone can be at risk. Suicidal behavior is complex and there is no single cause. We can all help in suicide prevention by being more aware of these signs, symptoms and main risk factors.

Counseling & Recovery Services provides suicide risk screening for people who want help. Help is also available at 918.744.4800 or the National Suicide Prevention Hotline at 1.800.237.8255.

Your life matters. Don’t suffer alone. We're here to help.

Get In Touch

Tulsa Office

Phone:
918.492.2554

Email:
info@crsok.org

Fax:
918.494.9870

Location: 
7010 South Yale, Ste 215,
Tulsa, OK, 74136

The CALM Center

Phone:
918.394.CALM (2256)

Email:
info@crsok.org

Fax:
918.394.2257

Location:
6126 E. 32nd Place,
Tulsa, OK 74135

Sand Springs Office

Phone:
918.245.5565

Email:
info@crsok.org

Fax:
918.245.5564

Location: 
401 East Broadway Court, Suite E
Sand Springs, OK 74063

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Counseling & Recovery Services is a nonprofit funded through a contract with the Oklahoma Department of Mental Health & Substance Abuse Services, Medicaid, Medicare, and through charitable gifts. We also accept most private insurance as payment for services.
Suicide Prevention Hotline
1-800-273-8255

Oklahoma Tobacco Helpline
1-800-784-8669