The ODMHSAS Provider Update Page (PUP) is designed to keep Providers up to date on available information to better serve Oklahomans within the department's network of services. This page is updated with information relating to ODMHSAS programs, comprehensive trainings available to staff, and in-depth resources on a monthly basis.
- Peer Recovery Support Specialist
- Recovery Supports (Housing & Employment)
- A Better Way (Youth Vaping & Marijuana Prevention)
- Prevention Services for Service Members, Veterans and their Families
- ODMHSAS Strategic Plan
- PICIS Data Collaboration Website
- Prevention Division's Organization Chart and Prevention and Harm Reduction Presentation
ODMHSAS is seeking feedback to guide training decisions for 2023. Your responses will be used to determine the types of training and the style of training offered throughout 2023.
Starting August 24, ODMHSAS and partners will hold weekly online meetings every Wednesday devoted to discussing the Comprehensive Crisis Response system and how it impacts Oklahoma Providers related to 988 and mobile crisis response. This discussion will have experts from multiple aspects of the crisis response continuum. Visit this page weekly for info on attending these online presentations.
Network of Care
ODMHSAS partners with Network of Care to help consumers identify services in their area. ODMHSAS and provider staff can keep this information up to date via the Network of Care website.
New & Upcoming Trainings
Addiction Severity Index (ASI) & American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM) eLearning - eLearnings designed to administer the ASI correctly in clinical settings and use the ASAM to develop patient-centered service plans.
Are You OK? - a two-part e-learning intended for adults who serve as organizational owners, managers, supervisors, human resources staff, and others to learn how to prevent and respond to suicide in the workplace.
Domestic Violence: Through a Trauma Informed Lens - eLearning devoted to the education and prevention of domestic violence.
For more than 30 years, the National Federation of Families has been the nationwide advocacy organization with families as its sole focus, playing an important role in helping parents, caregivers and families of children - of any age - whose lives are impacted by mental health and substance use challenges. This important work is supported largely by the generous supporters and donors like you who contribute to our cause. The 2022 Conference will feature many great workshops and speakers this year, joining hundreds of mental health advocates and professionals from across the nation as we work to educate and empower families.
Escape The Vape - a course providing an overview of the effects of vaping on the human body.
Family Care Plan - a values-based approach to empowering pregnant and postpartum individuals with a substance use disorder with the resources and tools to help them navigate their recovery journey.
Self-Care - simple, everyday activities that help you improve your physical and mental health, keeping you healthier, happier, and more in-tune with your life.
Spotlight Your Facility
Show off what makes your facility a great place for employees to shine and for consumers to receive the highest quality of care! Follow the link below to spotlight your employees and showcase exciting news within your facility.
This will be shared on ODMHSAS social media channels.