Recovery Starts Here

Rebecca Dozier

I came onto the board of Counseling and Recovery Services of Oklahoma in late 2012 as an intern from the Leadership Tulsa program. After my internship was complete, I joined the board as a regular board member. I currently serve as the Chairman of the Finance Committee and on the Executive Board.

I became interested in Counseling and Recovery Services of Oklahoma because I know how valuable the services provided are to the clients. The relevance of the services provided by CRS are understood by me on a personal level as I have had a close family member suffer from substance abuse issues. I know that resources can be limited and quality services are not always available. There are many individuals that suffer from mental health and substance abuse issues and often they do not have anywhere to go to seek help. It is important to me to serve on a board of an agency that is passionate about improving lives of their clients, and CRSOK definitely fits that description. I have talked with many people that have received services from CRSOK and they feel it has been a life-saving agency for them.

I enjoy watching sports of any type. I enjoy going to baseball games and to Thunder basketball games. A bucket list item of mine is to attend a baseball game at each major league baseball park. I have been to half so I do have a ways to go. But I will get there. I am a life-long Tulsa resident and graduated with a bachelor’s degree in accounting from Oklahoma State University. I have been in public accounting my entire business career specifically practicing in the area of taxation. I am a partner in the firm of Elliott, Dozier and Helland, PC. I have 3 adult sons, 2 daughter-in-laws, along with a grandson and a granddaughter.