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CALM expands

Steel is rising in the CALM Center's expansion project to add a conference room, offices and a larger lobby. This is the fourth and final phase of the center's expansion and renovations. Counseling & Recovery Services, CALM Center, architects and construction...

Meet Cathy Olberding

Assistant Clinical Director Cathy Olberding, MeD, LPC, chose Counseling & Recovery Services because of its commitment to the Sanctuary model of trauma informed care and its culture of caring for clients.Several years ago, she...

CALM Renovation

The CALM Center renovation moves to a new phase with the administration and assessment offices, classroom and visitation area temporarily housed in two trailers in the parking lot. This phase includes renovation of the classroom, waiting, room, front offices, front...

Deadly roadways

December is National Drunk & Drugged Driving Prevention Month and for good reason. Americans consume more alcoholic beverages on New Year's Eve than any other day of the year with Christmas coming in second, based on a survey of 2,000 U.S. adults entitled “Alcohol...

Calm Renovation

CALM Center renovations are underway thanks to gifts from generous donors. Ten of the 15 client beds will be available during construction to provide quality care to children ages 10-17 in crisis and their families. “We’ve worked with our...

Clinical Director

Andre Campbell, LMFT, LADC, became Counseling & Recovery Services of Oklahoma’s Clinical Director effective October 1, Executive Director Bryan K. Blankenship, Ph.D., announced. He has served as Children’s Clinical Director for the past two years, coming to...

Zombie Run

Hundreds of people attended the Zombie Outbreak Run Saturday at Chandler Park with 172 people participating in the run. Co-chairs Jonathan and Margaret Wish said they were amazed by the turnout. About 60 people registered on the day of the race. Sponsors included Hex...

Annual Report

Lives Depend on Us & We Depend on You. Our agency provided crisis care, assessments, diagnosis, therapy, medication, case management and wellness services to 4,874 children, adults and families in Fiscal Year 2017. It  was a difficult year for nonprofits,...


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Holiday Giving

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 Springs clients' holiday dinner attended by 26 clients, visitors and staff.It's not

It’s not too late to make a 2018 tax-deductible gift to help adults, children and families receiving mental health and substance abuse services here.
Follow this link to give:


Rustic Cuff Bracelet

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 above through the online giving portal, 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.

Become A Brick Donor

The CALM Center reached its $1.3 million fundraising goal for the expansion and renovation. Now, donors are asked to help create a brick walk way with words of support and encouragement for children and families as they come to and leave the center.

Bricks are available for donations of $150 to $499. To order your brick or for more information, contact Lindsay DeWeese at or 918.392.5809

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7010 South Yale, Suite 215
Tulsa, OK 74136

The CALM Center


918.394.CALM (2256)





6126 E. 32nd Place
Tulsa, OK 74135

Sand Springs Office







401 East Broadway Court, Suite E

Sand Springs, OK 74063

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