Seven Sanctuary commitments

Certified Sanctuary Community

Certified Sanctuary Community

Counseling & Recovery Services of Oklahoma is the only Oklahoma community mental health center certified in the internationally recognized Sanctuary Model of trauma-informed care.  Certification required a three-year implementation process involving clients, employees and board members and a two-day site review.

Our Sanctuary Community recognizes clients and staff experience adversity, traumatic events and stress in our lives. These experiences shape our behavior.  As a Sanctuary Community, we agree to the seven Sanctuary Commitments to create a safe environment where clients and staff learn to manage and change behavior and heal from these experiences.

Sanctuary Commitments

The Sanctuary Model’s seven commitments outline the way that staff and clients agree to interact with one another:

Emotional Intelligence: Managing feelings so we don’t hurt ourselves or others.

Social Responsibility: Agreeing to take care of ourselves and each other.

Social Learning Respecting and sharing ideas and learning from each other.

Democracy: Everyone has a voice in decision making with input from all levels.

Non-violence: Physical, emotional, moral and social safety for ourselves and others.

Open CommunicationsSaying what we mean and not being mean when we say it.

Growth and Change: Overcoming negative patterns produced by trauma creates hope for a better future.

To download a printable copy of the Seven Sanctuary Commitments poster, click here.

Sanctuary Tools

The Sanctuary tools are like vitamins to inoculate us against the effects of stress and trauma, to promote healing and to build good habits. Learn more by following this link.

Safety Plans

The first phase of trauma recovery is creating safety and positive emotional connections. Safety plans are practical steps to put our values into practice. Every client and staff member creates, carries and uses a safety plan to manage emotions and keep themselves and others safe. The plan includes about five activities to do alone or with others. For help creating your own safety plan, follow this link.

Self-Care Plans

Dealing with stress and adversity can take its toll. Self-Care Plans are tools and activities that we can use to maintain balance and health while dealing with the stressful demands of life and work. Follow this link to create your own Self-Care Plan.

S.E.L.F.

S.E.L.F. stands for Safety Emotion Loss and Future. S.E.L.F. is the framework to begin problem solving and acknowledging behaviors and events. It provides an outline for client, family and organizational change. To learn more about S.E.L.F., follow this link.

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:
www.crsok.org/donate

 

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.

Tulsa’s only Zombie Run returns September 7

Join Tulsa Hex House for the Third Annual Zombie Outbreak Two Mile Adventure Run at 6:30 p.m. Saturday, September 7 at Chandler Park. The event benefits Counseling & Recovery Services of Oklahoma.

One of Tulsa’s most unique and enjoyable experiences, in this adventure runners must try to outrun and outwit a path full of hungry zombies and reach the green zone without losing their life flags. Fun for the whole family!

For information, registration or sponsorships visit www.getbittulsa.com

Get In Touch

Tulsa Office

Phone:

918.492.2554

Email:

info@crsok.org

Fax:

918.494.9870

Location: 

7010 South Yale, Suite 215
Tulsa, OK 74136

The CALM Center

Phone:

918.394.CALM (2256)

Email:

info@crsok.org

Fax:

918.394.2257

Location:

6126 E. 32nd Place
Tulsa, OK 74135

Sand Springs Office

Phone:

918.245.5565

Email:

info@crsok.org

Fax:

918.245.5564

Location: 

401 East Broadway Court, Suite E

Sand Springs, OK 74063

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Counseling & Recovery Services is a nonprofit funded through a contract with the Oklahoma Department of Mental Health & Substance Abuse Services, Medicaid, Medicare, and through charitable gifts. We also accept most private insurance as payment for services.

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