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Our team of FEMA Crisis Counselors providing exclusive assistance to all those in Tulsa County who need any kind of support and connection to resources were featured as the FIRST STORY Monday March 23rd in the KOTV – News On 6 Chief Meteorologist Travis Meyers’ “Ahead of the Storm” Weather Special. https://bit.ly/2Jd0n7m 

CORONAVIRUS and ANXIETY

CALM Center Director Matthew Crum talking to 2News Evening Anchor Mike Brooks on ways to deal with younger children and stress and anxiety in a special series he is producing called Mindful Moments with Mike every night at 6pm: https://bit.ly/2UqrAZy

CALM Center Director Matthew Crum talking to 2News Evening Anchor Mike Brooks on ways to deal with older youth & teens on their stress and anxiety over coronavirus in a special series he is producing called Mindful Moments with Mike every night at 6pm; https://bit.ly/2QFxbu6

Our very own Assistant Clinical Director Cathy Olberding tips on dealing with general anxiety and stress in today’s pandemic:  https://bit.ly/2UczbMj

Our Outpatient Specialty Services Program Manager Sarah Phillips spoke to 2News Evening Anchor Mike Brooks on ways to combat depression while social distancing in a special series he is producing called Mindful Moments with Mike every night at 6pm: https://qoo.ly/34yvby

Our very own Assistant Clinical Director Cathy Olberding featured on KTUL’s Good Day Tulsa for tips on dealing with your children’s anxiety about coronavirus: https://bit.ly/2xQ7KPO

Clinical Director Andre Campbell was live doing a podcast with KJRH Chief Meteorologist Mike Collier discussing how people can cope with their anxiety during concerns rising about the coronavirus: https://bit.ly/39PORKY

Assistant Clinical Director Cathy Olberding was interviewed by News on 6 Reporter Justin Shrair on how our community can cope with anxiety they may have surrounding fears about the coronavirus and how to keep themselves and their families calm and safe. https://bit.ly/3aWMTZr

Our CALM Center Director Matthew Crum was interviewed by KJRH News Reporter Katie Kelehan about how to talk to kids about coronavirus in the wake of the news that local schools had closed due to fears of virus contact. https://bit.ly/3a15IdC

Outpatient Services Program Manager Sara Mahan spoke to KTUL Newschannel 8’s Reporter Tyler Butler also on how to talk to kids about coronavirus in the wake of the news that local schools had closed due to fears of virus contact. https://bit.ly/2Wagf29

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As the contracted counselors for Berryhill Schools, we are so pleased the Tulsa Sheriff’s Office has expanded the Handle With Care Program also into the schools:
https://bit.ly/39ka2V9
https://bit.ly/38kuSlY 

Our Crisis Counselors made front page news in the Tulsa World for their work under FEMA contract helping those in Tulsa County that were impacted by the historic June floods:
https://bit.ly/32gfxSh

Our Assistant Clinical Director featured in January issue of TulsaPeople magazine discussing ways to build a better self in the new year:
https://bit.ly/2TBxvvY

Check out our newest radio spot: https://bit.ly/2LhhtCo airing and streaming on the following Griffin Communications stations and apps: 106.9KHITS 98.5 KVOO | Big Country 99.5  92.9 The Drive | Talk Radio 1170

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:
https://bit.ly/34GFbQg

Assistant Clinical Director Cathy Olberding discussing our FEMA Crisis Counseling Program for Tulsa County flood victims:
https://bit.ly/2KV4Htn

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
https://bit.ly/35dJd1S

CALM Center Director Matthew Crum discusses our youth crisis stabilization services on Tulsa’s @KTULTV NewsChannel 8’s Good Day Tulsa:
https://bit.ly/2kT8iyl

CRSOK Struggling to Meet Patient Needs After Vandalism:
https://www.kjrh.com/news/local-news/counseling-and-recovery-services-of-oklahoma-struggling-to-meet-patient-needs-after-vandalism

https://www.tulsaworld.com/news/local/tulsa-nonprofit-s-vans-damaged-after-vandalism-services-limited/article_170d5c79-ab8b-512e-9d8a-952d68a70482.html

http://www.fox23.com/video?videoId=965456255&videoVersion=1.0

 

 

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 sknowlton@crsok.org.

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