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Oklahoma Works brings all of our state's workforce resources together, connecting employers, employees and job-seekers to find information and programs that help build Oklahoma's workforce. Learn more at www.oklahomaworks.gov

SAMHSA Behavioral Health Treatment Services Locator

The SAMHSA Behavioral Health Treatment Services Locator is a confidential and anonymous source of information for persons seeking treatment facilities in the United States or U.S. Territories for substance use/addiction and/or mental health problems.

PLEASE NOTE: Your personal information and the search criteria you enter into the Locator is secure and anonymous. SAMHSA does not collect or maintain any information you provide.

Crisis Services

Behavioral Health Crisis

Behavioral Crisis Centers offer non-hospital emergency services for persons in crisis as a result of mental health and/or substance use related problems. This may include observation, evaluation, emergency treatment and referral to follow-up services. Click Here for a mapped listing of crisis centers and contact information.

Mobile Crisis Services

Call 1-833-885-CARE (2273), toll-free from anywhere in Oklahoma to access rapid, community-based mobile crisis intervention services for children, youth and young adults up to the age of 25 who are experiencing behavioral health or psychiatric emergencies. The call center is staffed 24-hours a day, seven days a week.

Suicide Prevention Lifeline

Call 1-800-273-TALK (8255) to directly reach the Suicide Prevention Lifeline. No matter what problems you’re dealing with, whether or not you’re thinking about suicide, if you need someone to lean on for emotional support, the Lifeline is there for you. A skilled, trained crisis worker who works at the Lifeline network crisis center closest to you will answer the phone. The Lifeline is available for everyone, is free and confidential. And, the Lifeline offers resources specifically for veterans. They are able to assist persons who are hearing impaired, and offer online live chat support. Click Here to access the Suicide Prevention Lifeline’s web site. The web site offers links to additional information for specific groups and populations.

ODMHSAS Certified Treatment Services

Below is an online listing of ODMHSAS certified treatment providers by service type.  Clicking on the links below will provide a listing of providers certified to deliver that service type along with a mapped service location.  Please contact the local provider to ensure available services, operation hours and location. 

Outpatient Mental Health (OP MH)

Outpatient mental health facilities will at a minimum provide screening, assessment and referral services; emergency services; and, outpatient therapy services. Facilities may offer a range of services that differ from other locations. Hours of operation are specific to each location. For additional information about these services, click here. A list of OP MH certified providers can be found here: Excel - Excel (2009) - CSV

Opioid Substitution Treatment (Opd)

Opioid substitution treatment uses opioid agonists or partial agonists in conjunction with other treatment modalities such as, but not limited to, individual, family and group therapy; vocational training and placement; and other modalities enhancing positive life style changes in the consumer. These substance use disorder treatment facilities and organizations provide medication assisted opioid treatment, opioid withdrawal or opioid maintenance using methadone or buprenorphine in addition, but not limited to, counseling, rehabilitation services and substance use disorder treatment services including methadone and buprenorphine maintenance services, short term withdrawal management, long term withdrawal management or interim maintenance services. For additional information about these services, click here. A list of OPD certified providers can be found here: Excel - Excel (2009) - CSV

Alcohol & Drug Treatment (A/D)

Certified alcohol and drug treatment providers include agencies that deliver a broad range of emergency, inpatient, intermediate and outpatient services and care including diagnostic evaluation, medical, psychiatric, psychological and social service care, vocational rehabilitation and career counseling. These services may target specific populations or stages of the treatment and recovery process. Certified agencies may deliver one or multiple services. Please check with providers to clarify the services they are certified to deliver and ensure that it is the appropriate service to meet your needs. Types of services that may be delivered:

Outpatient Services - Outpatient services shall be organized non-residential services with scheduled treatment sessions that accommodate employed and parenting consumers’ schedules and offer treatment services during the day, evening, or weekends. Services shall be designed to provide a variety of professional diagnostic and primary substance-related and/or addictive disorder treatment services for consumers their families, and significant others, whose emotional and physical statuses allows them to function in their usual environments.

Medically-Supervised Withdrawal Management - Medically-supervised withdrawal management shall be provided outside a medical facility, but under the direction of a licensed physician and a licensed registered nurse supervisor, for consumers who are withdrawing or are intoxicated from alcohol or other drugs. Presenting consumers shall be assessed as currently experiencing no apparent medical or neurological symptoms as a result of their substance use that would require hospitalization.

Non-Medical Withdrawal Management - Non-medical withdrawal management shall be provided in a non-medical setting, with trained paraprofessionals, for intoxicated consumers and consumers withdrawing from alcohol and other drugs, who present with no apparent medical or neurological symptoms as a result of their substance use disorder.

Residential Treatment for Adults - Substance use disorder treatment in a residential setting shall provide a planned regimen of twenty-four (24) hours a day, seven (7) days a week of professionally directed evaluation, care, and treatment in a permanent program location. Consumers shall participate in at least twenty-four (24) treatment hours of substance use disorder treatment services per week. The facility shall provide beds, food service, and a safe, welcoming, and culturally/age appropriate environment.

Intensive Residential Treatment for Adults - Intensive substance use disorder treatment in a residential setting shall provide a planned regimen of twenty four (24) hours a day, seven (7) days a week of professionally directed evaluation, care, and treatment in a permanent program location. Consumers shall participate in at least thirty-seven (37) treatment hours of substance use disorder treatment services per week. The facility shall provide beds, food service, and a safe, welcoming, and culturally/age appropriate environment.

Residential Treatment for Persons with Dependent Children - Substance use disorder treatment shall be provided in a residential setting offering a planned regimen of twenty-four (24) hours a day, seven (7) days a week of professionally directed evaluation, care, and treatment in a permanent setting and under a defined set of policies and procedures. Consumers shall participate in at least twenty-four (24) treatment hours of substance use disorder, parenting, and child development services per week for adults [Exception:(1) TANF recipients with Oklahoma Department of Human Services (OKDHS) approved documentation shall participate in least twenty-one (21) hours of treatment; Documentation should be reflected in consumer record], and twelve (12) structured hours for children [Exception: (2) unless clinically indicated, structured services may be reduced to six (6) hours per week for children attending school.]

Residential Treatment for Adults with Co-Occurring Disorders - Substance use disorder and mental health treatment shall be provided in a residential setting offering a planned regimen of twenty-four (24) hour structured evaluation, care, and treatment, under a defined set of policy and procedures, and shall have a permanent setting.   Consumers shall participate in at least twenty-four (24) treatment hours of mental health or substance use disorder treatment services per week, including medication therapy, case management services that address medical and/or dental needs, or any other service identified on the consumer’s service plan, excluding community support groups. The facility shall provide beds, food service, and a safe, welcoming, and culturally/age appropriate environment.

Residential Treatment for Adolescents - Residential treatment for adolescents shall provide a planned regimen of twenty-four (24) hour, seven (7) days a week, professionally directed evaluation, care, and treatment for chemically dependent adolescents, under written policies and procedures in a permanent facility. Adolescents not attending academic training shall participate in at least twenty-one (21) substance use disorder treatment related hours per week. Adolescents attending academic training shall participate in at least fifteen (15) hours of substance use disorder treatment related hours per week. At a minimum, ten (10) hours shall be devoted to therapeutic treatment services including, but not limited to, group, individual, and family therapy provided by a qualified service provider. The remaining hours shall be devoted to life skills, prosocial skills, and recreational activities. Other activities such as self help support groups, meetings, and religious participation shall be in addition to required hours.

Halfway House Services - Halfway house services shall provide low intensity treatment in a supportive living environment to facilitate reintegration into the community. Major emphasis shall be on continuing substance use disorder care and follow-up, and community ancillary services in an environment supporting continued abstinence.   Consumers shall participate in a minimum of six (6) hours of structured substance use disorder treatment per week.

Adolescent Halfway House Services - Adolescent halfway house treatment shall provide low intensity substance use disorder treatment in a supportive living environment to facilitate reintegration into the home or community. Emphasis shall be on applying recovery skills, relapse prevention, independent living skills, and educational and vocational skills.   Consumers shall participate in at least six (6) hours of structured substance use disorder treatment and rehabilitation services weekly.   Self-help meetings are not included in the required hours.

Halfway House Services for Persons with Dependent Children - Halfway house services for persons with  dependent children shall provide substance use disorder treatment services in a residential setting and shall include a planned regimen of twenty-four (24) hour, seven (7) days a week, supervised living arrangements, to include professionally directed evaluation, care, and treatment, under a defined set of policy and procedures, in a permanent setting.   Consumers shall participate in at least six (6) hours of treatment, supportive services, parenting, and child development services per week for adults, and six (6) therapeutic hours of services for children, excluding infants.

For additional information about these services, click here. A list of A/D certified providers can be found here: Excel - Excel (2009) - CSV

Community Mental Health Centers (CMHC)

Community Mental Health Centers (CMHC) are facilities that offer a facility offering a comprehensive array of community-based mental health services, including, but not limited to, inpatient treatment, outpatient treatment, partial hospitalization, emergency care, consultation and education; and, certain services at the option of the center, including, but not limited to, prescreening, rehabilitation services, pre-care and aftercare, training programs, and research and evaluation. All are able to address co-occurring treatment needs. Facilities can provide assessment by appointment or on a walk-in basis. They accept insurance, but can also provide services on a sliding-scale or without charge for those who qualify. All CMHCs are contracted with the state to provide public services. For additional information about these services, click here. A list of CMHC certified providers can be found here: Excel - Excel (2009) - CSV

Programs of Assertive Community Treatment (PACT)

Programs of Asserted Community Treatment (PACT) are clinical programs that provide continuous treatment, rehabilitation and support services to persons with mental illness in settings that are natural to the consumer. There are specific admission guidelines for PACT. First priority shall be given to people designated by the ODMHSAS as needing PACT services. The remaining priority shall be given to people with a primary diagnosis of schizophrenia or other psychotic disorders, such as schizoaffective disorder or bipolar disorder with psychotic features as defined by the current DSM. Individuals without a psychotic disorder shall be evaluated and admitted based on the consumer's need. For additional information about these services, click here. A list of PACT certified providers can be found here: Excel - Excel (2009) - CSV

Community-Based Structured Crisis Centers (CBSCC)

Community-Based Structured Crisis Centers (CBSCC) are facilities that offer a program of non-hospital emergency services for mental health and substance use disorder crisis stabilization as authorized by O.S. 43A 3-317,including, but not limited to, observation, evaluation, emergency treatment and referral, when necessary, for inpatient psychiatric or substance use disorder treatment services. This service is limited to CMHC's and Comprehensive Community Addiction Recovery Centers (CCARCs) who are certified by ODMHSAS or facilities operated by ODMHSAS. All facilities can address co-occurring issues. Crisis stabilization includes individuals who are in crisis as a result of a mental health and/or substance use disorder related problem. For additional information about these services, click here. A list of CBSCC certified providers can be found here: Excel - Excel (2009) - CSV

Gambling Treatment

Gambling Treatment providers deliver treatment activities for consumers by a gambling treatment professional that include, but are not limited to, ongoing assessment and diagnostic impression; treatment planning and revision as necessary; individual, group and family therapy; case management; and, discharge planning. For additional information about these services, click here.

Eating Disorder Treatment

Eating Disorder Treatment providers deliver service to addressmeans anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, or any other severe disturbances in eating behavior specified in the most current edition of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders. Required core services include screening, intake, and assessment services; referral services; emergency psychiatric services; emergency and routine medical services; physician services; nursing services; psychotherapy services; and, dietary services. For additional information about these services, click here. A list of Eating Disorder Treatment certified providers can be found here: Excel - Excel (2009) - CSV

Community Residential Mental Health Centers (RES)

Community Residential Mental Health Centers are residential care facilities (RCF), meaning any house, home, establishment or institution licensed pursuant to the provisions of the Oklahoma Residential Care Home Act 63 O.S., §§ 1-819 through 1-840, other than a hotel, fraternity or sorority house, or college or university dormitory, is certified pursuant to 43 O.S. § 3-315 as a Community Residential Mental Health Facility and offers or provides residential accommodations, food service and supportive assistance to its residents or houses any resident requiring supportive assistance that are ambulatory, essentially capable of managing their own affairs and not routinely requiring nursing care or intermediate care.An RCF shall have either a governing authority, or owner, having overall responsibility for the operation of the facility, including all components and services. The RCF shall have negotiated formal written agreements with other behavioral health service providers to assure availability of continuous community based services to residents who will potentially need those services. At a minimum, there shall be agreements in place to sufficiently meet the emergency mental health needs of clients as well as insure continuous access to and collaboration with an array of outpatient behavioral psychiatric and rehabilitation services, including appropriate access to integrated services for individuals with co-occurring substance disorders. For additional information about these services, click here. A list of RES certified providers can be found here: Excel - Excel (2009) - CSV

Comprehensive Community Addiction Recovery Centers (CCARC)

Comprehensive Community Addiction Recovery Centers (CCARC) are facilities that offer a comprehensive array of community-based substance use disorder treatment services, including but not limited to, outpatient services, Intensive outpatient services, ambulatory withdrawal management services, emergency care, consultation and education; and, certain services at the option of the center, including but not limited to, prescreening, rehabilitative services, aftercare, training programs, research and evaluation. All CCARCs offer medication assisted treatment for opioid use disorder. They accept insurance, but can also provide services on a sliding-scale or without charge for those who qualify. All CCARCs are contracted with the state to provide public services. Both appointment and walk-in services are available. For additional information about these services, click here. A list of CCARC certified providers can be found here: Excel - Excel (2009) - CSV

The law provides for exemption from the certification process for licensed physicians, psychologists, social workers, certified alcohol and drug abuse counselors, and individual members of the clergy. This exemption applies only to professional individuals in their private practice, and not to any treatment facilities operated by such persons.

Oklahoma Statewide Behavioral Health Medicaid Online Provider Directory

Click here to access an online search tool to find the nearest Oklahoma Medicaid provider that delivers behavioral health services. The online directory is searchable by location, provider and/or service type, and provider name. This directory is maintained by the Oklahoma Health Care Authority's (OHCA). This directory opens in the OHCA web site. OHCA maintains the provider directory for reference purposes only. Every effort is made to ensure that current, accurate provider information is made available. However, since information changes frequently, the most recent changes may not be shown in this directory.

Last Modified on Mar 18, 2020
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