Who We Are
Counseling & Recovery Services, Inc., opened its doors in 1982 as a non-profit community mental health center. We are one of 15 community mental health centers under contract with the Oklahoma Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services.
How We Help
The goal has always been to provide quality treatment for people dealing with the effects of severe mental illness, such as major depression, anxiety, schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, and substance abuse, regardless of their ability to pay. These illnesses affect the ability to live successfully and independently in our community until diagnosis, treatment and support are received..
The First Step
Simply give us a call to start your journey toward feeling better
All it takes is a single phone call to start the journey toward a happier, healthier you! The first appointment is free. Youth in crisis can call 918.394.2256
Our agency’s adult and children’s outpatient services, adult and children’s case management, and children’s crisis services at the CALM Center repeatedly receives the maximum three-year re-accreditation from CARF, the international accrediting agency for behavioral health services. In their most recent final report, the professionals who completed the CARF survey praised the agency’s board, leadership, and staff.
Depression, anxiety, schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, and suicide risk are among the many mental health issues treated at our Tulsa and Sand Springs offices as well as the CALM Center, our 24/7 crisis unit for ages 10-17.
If you or a loved one think you may be depressed, you can use this self-screening instrument. If the results indicate you need help, call us or another mental health agency to begin the journey to feeling better.
Learn More About Mental Health
To learn more these and other mental health issues, visit the National Institute of Mental Health website:
The Latest At CRSOK
As a Sanctuary Community we are committed to our social responsibility and closely monitoring and responding to the rapidly changing situation being caused by the Coronavirus (COVID-19). As we continue to navigate these challenging times and operate in both a responsive and responsible manner, we are implementing a few changes to keep our clients and staff safe. WE ARE OPEN but in a vigilant...
Tulsa, OK – In June 2019, historic flooding destroyed many homes and lives throughout Oklahoma. According to the American Psychological Society, as many as four in 10 survivors can experience a mental or behavioral disorder after a disaster, with children, women and the poor disproportionately affected. Many people impacted by this natural disaster may still be experiencing anxiety, depression...
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 programs. Check out our Winter 2020 Newsletter!
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