The Oklahoma Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services serves as the state’s safety net mental health and substance use treatment services system. Founded in 1953, this agency is the leading expert in Oklahoma for all efforts associated with mental health and addiction, including prevention, treatment and recovery support services. The ODMHSAS also operates eleven (11) treatment provider organizations, including:
- Oklahoma Forensic Center
- Griffin Memorial Hospital
- Tulsa Center for Behavioral Health
- Northwest Center for Behavioral Health
- Central Oklahoma Community Mental Health Center
- Oklahoma County Crisis Iintervention Center (OCCIC)
- Oklahoma Crisis Recovery Unit
- Jim Taliaferro Community Mental Health Center
- Carl Albert Community Mental Health Center
- Rose Rock Recovery Center
- Children’s Recovery Center
Vision: Provide services that promote productive lifestyles and set the national standard for prevention, treatment, and recovery for those impacted by mental illnesses and substance use disorders, helping restore overall well-being to communities and families.
Mission: Promote healthy communities and provide the highest quality care to enhance the well-being of all Oklahomans.