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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
One call connects veterans, adults
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.
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.
- 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
Additional information is available:
Our agency provides outpatient substance abuse treatment under contract with ODMHSAS. To find resources for inpatient treatment nationwide, follow this link.
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