Mindset Behavioral Health is not affiliated with the businesses listed below, but we believe in utilizing all resources available and helping to provide those resources to our clients. This is not a complete list, and it is in no particular order. We will update as often as possible. Please let us know if any resources listed here are not current or accurate.
If you're in crisis and need immediate help, adults and children can call COPES at 918.744.4800
CrisisCare Center Call 918.921.3200 for help determining which crisis services can best meet your needs
- National Suicide Prevention Hotline 1-800-273-8255
- The Trevor Project
National organization providing crisis intervention and suicide prevention services to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer & questioning youth. 24/7 suicide prevention hotline for LGBTQ youth 1-866-488-7386
- The Mental Health Coalition - Mental Health Resources for the BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, People of Color) CommunityThe Mental Health Coalition is dedicated to addressing the mental health needs of the BIPOC community, and we know that society’s work is far from over in creating culturally informed, quality mental health equity for all. Please find specific mental health resources for the BIPOC community at the link above.
- Sprouts Child Development
We partner with parents and caregivers to nurture and develop the healthy growth of all young children by providing reliable early childhood resources, developmental assessments and early intervention services.
- Oklahoma Harm Reduction Alliance
A grassroots organization that meets people where they are through advocacy, education, policy, and health services. OKHRA is committed to advocating for Oklahomans who use substances and improving the public health of our community.
- Dennis R Neill Equality Center Oklahomans for Equality
OkEq seeks equal rights for LGBTQ+ individuals and families through intersectional advocacy, education, programs, alliances, and the operation of the Dennis R. Neill Equality Center.
- Alcoholics Anonymous (Tulsa Central Service)
- Al Anon (family & friends of alcoholics)
- Nar Anon (family & friends of addicts)
- Parents Helping Parents
An organization that helps advocate for and support parents whose children struggle with substance use disorder.
- Hope Is Alive
Support for individuals struggling with substance abuse or alcohol.
- Finding Hope
Support group for loved ones of those struggling with substance abuse or alcohol.
- SMART Recovery
Self-Management And Recovery Training (SMART) is a global community of mutual-support groups. At meetings, participants help one another resolve problems with any addiction (to drugs or alcohol or to activities such as gambling or over-eating).
- Celebrate Recovery
Christian-based 12 step recovery program for anyone struggling with hurt, pain or addiction of any kind.
- Parkside Psychiatric Hospital & Clinic
24 hour crisis line available, Inpatient Treatment for adults & youth ages 13-17, Residential Treatment for youth ages 6-17, Intensive Outpatient Treatment, Outpatient Treatment for ages 6 to adult, Adolescent Psychiatry, Assessment and Referral, Substance Abuse
- Laureate Psychiatric Clinic & Hospital
Specializing in the treatment of eating disorders for adults and adolescents, outpatient care for kids and adults and inpatient care for adults and seniors
Medically supervised detoxification, Ambulatory detoxification, Intensive residential treatment, Intensive co-occurring residential treatment, Transitional living, Intensive outpatient treatment, Outpatient treatment, Continuing care, Other services
- Valley Hope Cushing
On-site medical detox and MAT therapy options, Utilizes milieu therapy, group therapy, individual and family therapy,
Patients receive more than 40 hours per week of individual counseling, 12-step sessions and group therapy, Facilitates patient introduction and involvement in 12-step meetings, Discharge planning and return to work assistance, Outdoor and indoor recreational activities, Family Care, Alumni Support
- Cedar Ridge Behavioral Hospital
Cedar Ridge Behavioral Hospital provides short-term, inpatient psychiatric and longer-term residential services for children and adolescents. Cedar Ridge can help those individuals that represent a danger to themselves, a danger to others, or are in imminent danger of becoming a threat to the safety of themselves or others.
- The NEST Program at Cedar Ridge
Specialized behavioral healthcare dedicated to LGBTQ teens, providing a haven where sexual/gender minority youth teens can receive culturally sensitive and evidence-based treatment administered by affirming providers.
- Willow Crest HospitalThe mission of Willow Crest Hospital/Moccasin Bend Ranch is to provide effective, quality behavioral health care services to children and adolescents in a safe and healing environment. The vision of Willow Crest Hospital/Moccasin Bend Ranch is to bring healing and balance to the lives of children and adolescents with behavioral and emotional issues through diagnostic evaluations, therapeutic clinical services and professional nursing care.
211 Eastern Oklahoma is a 24/7 free service that is available to Eastern Oklahomans through a direct phone call, live chat or online search. We maintain a comprehensive database of 1,141 provider agencies representing 9,864 vetted services across the 37 counties we serve that is updated regularly. Our team of resource specialists deliver quick, accurate results for those who need help in a professional and caring manner. Additionally, 211 Eastern Oklahoma serves as a clearinghouse for disaster resources in the event of a community emergency, such as the current COVID-19 pandemic and during the Tulsa area’s historic flooding of 2019. For our community partners, we offer specialized triage and screening services, and an online Community Needs Dashboard that serves as a tool for provider agencies and community leaders to identify trends, needs and gaps in services.
- Tulsa CARES
Tulsa CARES was founded in 1991 as a community response to the growing need for coordinated HIV/AIDS care during some of the darkest days of the epidemic. For more than three decades, Tulsa CARES has provided a compassionate response as HIV/AIDS has evolved from a fatal illness to a chronically-managed disease. Today, Tulsa CARES is the largest and most comprehensive provider of prevention and care programs serving low income individuals living with HIV/AIDS and Hepatitis C in the state. We recognize the critical importance of addressing social determinants of health to improve community health and reduce costs, and we specialize in wrap-around, client-tailored care that is rooted in principles of empowerment, self-worth, inclusion, and hope.
- Dr Lara Mattox and Dr Jennifer Benton
Psychoeducational evaluations, ADHD/Learning Disorder evaluations, Autism Spectrum evaluations, Developmental evaluations, Screening for at-risk children, Cognitive testing for school placement & TEFRA evaluations