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.
Treatment Locators & Integration Partnerships
ODMHSAS has partnered with multiple organizations to provide online treatment locators for ODMHSAS certified providers across the state. Your continued support with these projects helps consumers get the treatment they deserve while maintaining a healthy provider network across the state. Continued integration into these services allows provider information to be easily accessed by consumers while also increasing traffic to certified providers that keep their information up to date.
ODMHSAS and partners are holding monthly online meetings 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. Currently, these meetings are scheduled to occur monthly at 11:00 AM on January 24th, February 28th, March 28th, April 25th, May 23rd, and June 27th 2023 via zoom.
Relevant Trainings and Applications
2023 Momentum Conference - Registration is open for the ODMHSAS Momentum Conference, a three-day conference dedicated to mental health, prevention, recovery and criminal justice behavioral health taking place in December.
Prevention Rounds: Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Program: Reducing the Risk of Cannabis Use Disorders - Physicians are in a unique position to provide effective guidance for the successful management of the patient’s condition and reduce the risk of the patient experiencing potential adverse effects or developing conditions such as Cannabis Use Disorder (CUD) and Cannabis Hyperemesis Syndrome (CHS).
Beyond the Bruises: The Role of Coercive Control in Intimate Partner Violence - This training will introduce the concept, dynamics, and mechanics of coercive control: how and why it works, what perpetrators aim to achieve and the cumulative impact on victims.
Continency Management Training Application - The cohort for implementation TA and coaching is limited to 46 participants. The cohort will be chosen first come first serve upon receipt of the attached application. We will have a 2nd cohort and if you want to be in that cohort you will need to take a short refresher prior to if you take this training. Please send the applications to Julie.Horst@odmhsas.org and Tstephenson@odmhsas.org.
Approved ASI & ASAM - ODMHSAS provides instruction on accessing ASI Training and ASAM Training. Below are links to trainings outside the ODMHSAS course system.
ASAM eLearning | ASAM Continuum | The Change Company On-Demand Training | Program Services
News and Additional Information
FY24 Boilerplate Changes: This document reflects the boilerplate changes from FY23 to FY24 via Track Changes.
Find recent provider-focused presentation materials below. Visit the Presentations page for an archive of ODMHSAS presentations.
A standing order is now in place authorizing pharmacists practicing in a contracted pharmacy to initiate a prescription, dispense, and be reimbursed for naloxone for SoonerCare.
Be sure to check out upcoming events related to Oklahoma's Mental Health Lifeline
Public Health Emergency
New guidelines are being issues around Oklahoma's Public Health Emergency
Health Information Exchange
OHCA documentation around the new HIE
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.