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Counseling & Recovery Services of Oklahoma

Map7010 S. Yale
#215

Tulsa, OK 74136
(918) 492-2554

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Counseling & Recovery Services of Oklahoma provides mental health, physical health and wellness care coordination and services for children/youth/young adults ages 0-25 and their families. Caring professionals are a phone call away at 918.492.2554 to assess, diagnose, treat and provide support, regardless of a family’s ability to pay. Outpatient Services include: individual and family counseling; behavioral rehabilitation; life skills coaching; linkage to community services; psychiatric evaluations; medication oversight by a physician; on-site pharmacy at the Tulsa office. Wraparound Tulsa provides support teams for children and youth experiencing frequent crisis and their families. Teams advocate for the child/youth and coordinate community services. A family support provider is available by phone any time of day or night.
Transition Services helps young people, ages 17-25, with behavioral health issues to set and achieve goals for independent living.
CALM Center provides immediate crisis support and comprehensive treatment during a short stay for youth ages 10-17 at risk of hurting themselves or others. The CALM Center is available any time at 918.394.2256, 6126 E. 32nd Place, Tulsa, OK 74135. Visit crsok.org to learn more.

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