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Systems of Care

Oklahoma Systems of Care is a state-wide collaborative network involving members of local communities, organizations, agencies, facilities, centers and groups that serve the needs of children, youth, and young adults.



Programs within Systems of Care:

These programs help to categorize services, but Systems of Care is a comprehensive network that works meet the needs for all Oklahoma families. All of these programs work within the 5 core values of Systems of Care: Community Based, Trauma Informed, Culturally Responsive, Youth Guided, and Family Driven.

Wraparound / Coordinated Services

Oklahoma Systems of Care currently has two service tiers – Wraparound and Service Coordination:

  • Wraparound is an intensive service model that uses strength based approaches to allow family members to be heard and address their needs using resources and supports in their local community.
  • Service Coordination is a service model designed for children, youth, and young adults with behavioral health issues that do not rise to the same level of intensity required for Wraparound, or for families who qualify for Wraparound but choose not to participate.

Transition Aged Youth

ODMHSAS believes that Oklahoma youth and young adults (transition aged youth) can thrive when they have access to programs, services, and supports that foster physical, mental, emotional health and wellbeing.  ODMHSAS partners with treatment service providers who provide treatment and support for emotional, mental, and behavioral health illnesses, imbalances, and disorders, as well as, help for substance use and co-occurring disorders (both mental health and substance use disorders).  In addition, we provide access to services and supports for homelessness, juvenile justice, drug court or child welfare issues, long term and out-patient behavioral health services, and first episode psychosis treatment.

Infant and Early Childhood

Babies need Good Health, Strong Families, and Positive Early Learning Experiences to foster their healthy brain development and help them realize their full potential. Good physical and mental health provide the foundation for babies to develop physically, cognitively, emotionally, and socially. Access to good nutrition and affordable maternal, pediatric, and family health care is essential to ensure that babies receive the nourishment and care they need for a strong start in life. Young children develop good, strong physical and mental health with the help of their families, where stability, safety, and supportive relationships can nurture their growth.

School-Based Services

ODMHSAS believes that Oklahoma youth and young adults (transition aged youth) can thrive when they have access to programs, services, and supports that foster physical, mental, emotional health and wellbeing.  ODMHSAS partners with treatment service providers who provide treatment and support for emotional, mental, and behavioral health illnesses, imbalances, and disorders, as well as, help for substance use and co-occurring disorders (both mental health and substance use disorders).  In addition, we provide access to services and supports for homelessness, juvenile justice, drug court or child welfare issues, long term and out-patient behavioral health services, and first episode psychosis treatment.


Contact the Wraparound Team

Contact the Family Youth and Young Adult Team

Contact the Infant and Early Childhood Team

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Last Modified on Jun 25, 2021