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Presentations


Beyond Treatment Courts: An Overview of Oklahoma’s Criminal Justice Programs that Work - This presentation was part of a panel at this years Oklahoma Academy Town Hall event focused on mental health.


Methamphetamine in Oklahoma: Finding Solutions - A presentation presented by Carrie Slatton-Hodges that looks into Meth use in Oklahoma


CCBHC Webinar 2021 - A presentation on Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinics and their impact on ODMHSAS services throughout Oklahoma 


ODMHSAS Cares Project Successes - The ODMHSAS worked on five projects funded with Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Securities (CARES) Act funds, totaling $10.3 million. The funds were provided to states to support public services impacted or adjusting to the presence of COVID-19. Four of the five projects are on-going such as trainings for law enforcement officers, educators, and hospital administrators. In addition, consumers benefit from ongoing services through mobile devices. While the projects are complete from a funding standpoint, sustainability plans were incorporated for on-going trainings and access to behavioral health services to reach and serve as many people as possible throughout Oklahoma.

Project Data:

  • 881 eLearning courses completed by law enforcement officers
  • 5,957 mobile devices purchased for consumers to access services remotely
  • Trained more than 2,109 front line personnel, to include first responders, schools, employers, health/behavioral health providers, and parents/caregivers
  • 1,234 healthcare professionals and school-based staff trained in best practices

Commissioner Carrie Slatton-Hodges presented FY22 to both House and Senate Appropriations Subcommittes.


IMD Waiver - More Oklahomans will now be able to receive addiction and mental health services, thanks to a recent federal waiver bringing more parity to the treatment of behavioral health illnesses. Oklahoma is one of only seven states to receive an Institution for Mental Diseases (IMD) waiver for both serious mental illness and addiction from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS).


Oklahoma’s Enhanced Tier Payment SystemThrough a collaborative process with the Community Mental Health Center (CMHC) provider community, the Oklahoma Health Care Authority (OHCA), the state’s Medicaid agency, ODMHSAS was able to accomplish something that many cash-strapped state agencies are seeking to do, which is to improve quality of care, increase provider payments, and serve more people in need. For current info on our ETPS, check out our recent National Council for Behavioral Health presentation.



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