Oklahoma Healthy Minds Programs

Coming together to create a better approach to mental and behavioral health in Oklahoma


Oklahoma Behavioral Health Agencies

Crisis Intervention Centers

Non-hospital emergency services for adults, eighteen (18) and older, with mental health, substance abuse, or co-
occurring issues. Consumers may be admitted up to three (3) days, with services including, but not limited to, observation, evaluation, emergency treatment and referral, when necessary, for inpatient psychiatric or substance abuse services. ok.gov/odmhsas/Mental_Health/Adult_Crisis_Centers.html

Community Mental Health Centers

Located within each of the service areas in Oklahoma is a publicly supported Community Mental Health Centers (CMHC). There are fifteen CMHCs, five of which are state-operated facilities and the other ten are contracted non-profit providers. They cover all 77 counties in Oklahoma. Most centers have satellite offices or other specialized programs within their service areas. The CMHCs provide screening, assessment and referral services, emergency services, therapy,
psychiatric rehabilitation, case management, and other community support services designed to assist adult mental health consumers in living as independently as possible and to provide therapeutic services for children who are demonstrating symptoms of emotional disturbance. All CMHCs provide services to both adults and children. ok.gov/odmhsas/Mental_Health/Mental_Health_Centers_by_City/index.html

A Chance to Change

Provides a continuum of care including prevention, education, intervention and outpatient counseling. Trained and experienced counselors offer individual, family, and group counseling for children, adolescents and adults throughout the state of Oklahoma. Counseling is provided for substance abuse, problem gambling, other addictions, codependency, family and marital issues, grief, anxiety, depression, trauma, and other related issues. Whether in person or via our secured internet portal telehealth program, specialized counseling and support services are available to you and your family. For more information, visit our website at achancetochange.org, call our office at 405.840.9000 or email us at info@achancetochange.org.

Cedar Ridge Residential Treatment Center

Provides inpatient and extended residential psychiatric treatment for children, adolescents, and adults. Call 405-605-6111 for all services.

Green Shoe

Offers an opportunity for transformational change and healing through our five-day retreat to help resolve past less than nurturing experiences including from childhood. With a focus on relationships, codependence, boundaries, and the effects of childhood trauma on emotional development, our free five-day retreats feature opportunity for transformational change, a focus on personal growth, self-actualization, and personal and professional success in forming and maintaining relationships. We work with adults in a trauma-informed setting to raise their awareness of how past family roles and family systems influence their current relationships. The Green Shoe Foundation is a non-profit organization committed to improving and impacting individual lives and communities through self-discovery, awareness, education, programs and resources. Visit greenshoe.org for more information.


Connects Oklahomans to hope, help, & information 24 hours a day. Live. Online chat support available.

Call 2-1-1 to access information on any type of health or human service.

Call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline 24 hours a day for yourself or concern about others

1-800-273-8255. For an online searchable database visit: heartlineoklahoma.org
This list represents organizations involved in OCCHD’s Wellness Now Mental Health & Addiction Recovery Work Group and is by no means comprehensive. If you would like to join Wellness Now to be added to the list or get more information, please visit occhd.org/wellnessnow.

INTEGRIS Mental Health & INTEGRIS James L. Hall Jr. Center for Mind, Body & Spirit

Programs and services provided for Oklahomans of all ages including multiple levels of care: psychiatric inpatient, residential, partial hospitalization, intensive outpatient, outpatient and medication management services. For assessment and admission information, please call (405) 951-2273. For free information, resources and screenings and for a complete listing of our programs and services, please visit us online: integrisok.com/imh
Massage therapy services and free workshops available through our INTEGRIS James L. Hall Jr. Center for Mind, Body & Spirit: integrisok.com/mbs
Coming in 2019 to our INTEGRIS Health Edmond campus, Arcadia Trails Center for Addiction Recovery.

Mental Health Association of Oklahoma

Connects people with information and resources related to mental health and provides programs and services.

Lottie House Drop-In Center: 1311 N Lottie Ave OKC, provides a friendly atmosphere for adults experiencing mental illness or homelessness. Connects individuals to peer support programs, trainings, classes, case management, resources and services.

Sunbridge Counseling: Provides counseling services for those who are uninsured or cannot pay their deductible. Individual and group counseling services available.

Call 405-943-3700 for all services. mhaok.org

NAMI Oklahoma

Offers free support groups and educational programs for those living with mental illness or have a family member with mental illness.
Call 405-607-6018 for all services. namioklahoma.org


Community mental health and substance abuse services for children and adults. Adults: 405-272-0660 *Children: 405-858-2700 * Crisis after hours: 405-858-2700

Oakwood Springs

Inpatient and outpatient treatment for adults suffering from mental illness and/or addiction. Call 405-679-3056 for all services 24 hours a day

Substance Use Prevention Alliance

A community collaborative of people and organizations working to end drug abuse by offering free lock boxes for medication, free medication disposal bags, and more.

Sunbeam Family Services

Provides counseling services on a sliding scale fee, based upon an individual’s income, to make help accessible to all Oklahomans through counseling and mental health services, support, training and education, and supervision for future counselors. Open extended hours 3 nights/week. Phone: 405-528-7721

This list represents organizations involved in OCCHD’s Wellness Now Mental Health & Addiction Recovery Work Group and is by no means comprehensive. If you would like to join Wellness Now to be added to the list or get more information, please visit occhd.org/wellnessnow.