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Our Assistant Clinical Director featured in January issue of TulsaPeople magazine discussing ways to build a better self in the new year:
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Associate Director of PR Samantha Knowlton talks about our Holiday Giving Program and Assistant Clinical Director Cathy Olberding discussing our FEMA Crisis Counseling Program for Tulsa County flood victims on Good Day Tulsa:
Assistant Clinical Director Cathy Olberding discussing our FEMA Crisis Counseling Program for Tulsa County flood victims:
Clinical Director Andre Campbell discusses how the newly renovated CALM Center provides resources for kids who are struggling and may be using social media and threats to cope as in a recent instance at local middle school
CALM Center Director Matthew Crum discusses our youth crisis stabilization services on Tulsa’s @KTULTV NewsChannel 8’s Good Day Tulsa:
CRSOK Struggling to Meet Patient Needs After Vandalism:
Counseling & Recovery Services of Oklahoma:
- Received three-year recertification in the Sanctuary Model of trauma-informed care
- Received three-year re-certification by CARF
- Earned state re-certification to provide mental health and substance abuse services
- Operates the only children’s crisis stabilization unit for eastern Oklahoma
The agency also has experts who can speak on a wide variety of mental health issues.
To do a story on any or all of these accomplishments or to interview one of our experts, contact Samantha Knowlton at 918.236.4127 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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TULSA, Okla. — The permitless or “constitutional carry” law goes into effect throughout the State of Oklahoma on Friday November 1, 2019. Within the confines of that law, Counseling and Recovery Services of Oklahoma (CRSOK), a private nonprofit community mental health center, will maintain its no-gun policy. CRSOK is the only Oklahoma community mental health center certified in the...
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...
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