Chapter 5: Health and Mental Health


Section 10: Other Health Resources


Child Study Center

Multi-disciplinary center specializing in evaluation of children with developmental and behavior problems. Behavior Clinic provides a behavior management program for children ages two to seven and their families. Other clinics include the Neuropsychology Clinic, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) Clinic, Psychology Clinic, and A Better Chance, which serves infants and young children with prenatal exposure to alcohol and drugs.

1100 N.E. 13th St.
Oklahoma City , OK 73117

Voice: 

405-271-5700

Children's Center (The)

Email:

info@tccokc.org

The Children's Center, a private, nonprofit pediatric hospital, is dedicated to helping children with complex medical and physical disabilities maximize their potential. In an atmosphere of love and hope, the Center provides general pediatrics, medical and respiratory care, rehabilitative therapies, and special education to youth and children, both inpatients and outpatients.

CARF Associated

6800 N.W. 39th Expressway
Bethany , OK 73008

Voice: 

405-789-6711

Children's Hospital

At The Children’s Hospital, pediatric staff blends years of training with education, research and technology to improve the lives of children throughout the region. The obstetric emergency room at The Children’s Hospital is a regional referral center for the state, and the neonatal intensive care unit provides the highest level of newborn care in Oklahoma. Children’s is also home to the only 24/7 pediatric emergency room in Oklahoma City. With a family-centered approach to healing, Children’s offers resources from pet therapy to child life specialists who help families cope with hospitalization and illness. From advanced surgical services to general pediatrics, oncology care and more, The Children’s Hospital provides cutting-edge research and treatments through hospital-based and outpatient services.

1200 Children's Avenue
Oklahoma City , OK 73104

Voice: 

405-271-4700

Drug Watch

Drugwatch’s mission is to keep people safe from potentially harmful drugs, medical devices and procedures by informing them of medical conditions, severe side effects and ways to take action.

Toll Free: 

888-645-1617

Oklahoma Caring Van Program

The Oklahoma Caring Van Program delivers immunizations to protect children and adolescents from dangerous illnesses at no cost to their families. The Oklahoma Caring Van Program is uniquely designed to eliminate barriers that commonly prevent children from receiving on-time, age-appropriate immunizations in traditional health care settings.

Voice: 

918-551-3404 Tulsa
405-316-7250 Oklahoma City

Oklahoma Citizen Advocates for Recovery and Treatment Association (OCARTA)

Through Oklahoma Citizen Advocates for Recovery and Treatment Association (OCARTA)'s work, local communities in Oklahoma will demonstrate awareness, compassion, and support for individuals affected by mental illness and/or a substance use disorder.

2808 N.W. 31st St.
Oklahoma City , OK 73112

Voice: 

405-848-7555

Fax: 

405-949-0929

Oklahoma Department of Health

Email:

webmaster@health.ok.gov

The Oklahoma State Department of Health, through its system of local health services delivery, is ultimately responsible for protecting and improving the public's health status through strategies that focus on preventing disease. Four major service branches, Community Health Services, Family Health Services, Disease and Prevention Services and Protective Health Services, provide technical support and administrative guidance to 70 county health departments.

1000 N.E. 10th St.
Oklahoma City , OK 73117

Voice: 

405-271-5600

Toll Free: 

800-522-0203

Oklahoma Inpatient Drug Rehab Centers

Looking for a rehab center in Oklahoma for yourself or someone you love? Rehabs.com specializes in private exclusive programs and can help you find the program that's right for you. Their drug and alcohol treatment facilities help individuals who seek treatment to get clean and sober, no matter whether the addiction is to Butalbital, Biocodone, alcohol or any other illicit or prescription drug.

Visit website to find a local rehab center.

Soaring on Hope Pediatric Therapy

Soaring on Hope Pediatric Therapy services include evidence based, applied behavior analysis (ABA therapy) speech therapy, occupational therapy, behavior therapy, play therapy, parent child interaction therapy (PCIT), physical therapy, and nutrition therapy.

4908 S. Sheridan
Tulsa , OK 74145

Voice: 

918-984-9153

Fax: 

918-289-0579

Sooner SUCCESS - Blaine County

Email:

Jona-Arthur@ouhsc.edu

Sooner SUCCESS serves families of children and youth, birth to 21 years of age, with one or more of the following: developmental delay or disability, chronic health care needs, abuse/neglect issues and mental health needs.

Date/time of meeting:
Second Tuesday of each month from 12 pm to 1 pm

They offer support for families who need a break and want information on whom to call. They help organizing your child's medical, educational and other information. They know what resources are available in your area and help you network with other parents and learn about children's services and issues. They help find needed services or equipment when you don?t know what to do. They also provide more information on a specific disability or condition.

Blaine County Community Health Action Team (BCCHAT)
900 N. Clarence Nash Blvd. St. Rose Catholic Church Hall
Watonga , OK 73772

Voice: 

580-623-7977

Sooner SUCCESS - Canadian County

Email:

janet-m-wilson@ouhsc.edu

Sooner SUCCESS serves families of children and youth, birth to 21 years of age, with one or more of the following: developmental delay or disability, chronic health care needs, abuse/neglect issues and mental health needs.

Date/time of meeting: (including beginning & ending time) The Coalition meets on the second Tuesday of each month. The meeting runs from 12:00-1:00p.m.

They offer support for families who need a break and want information on whom to call. They help organizing your child's medical, educational and other information. They know what resources are available in your area and help you network with other parents and learn about children's services and issues. They help find needed services or equipment when you don?t know what to do. They also provide more information on a specific disability or condition.

Youth & Family Services
7565 E. Highway 66
El Reno , OK 73036

Voice: 

405-595-1958

Sooner SUCCESS - Cleveland County

Email:

eva-smith@ouhsc.edu

Sooner SUCCESS serves families of children and youth, birth to 21 years of age, with one or more of the following: developmental delay or disability, chronic health care needs, abuse/neglect issues and mental health needs.

Date/time of meeting: First Tuesday of each month from 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm

They offer support for families who need a break and want information on whom to call. They help organizing your child's medical, educational and other information. They know what resources are available in your area and help you network with other parents and learn about children's services and issues. They help find needed services or equipment when you don?t know what to do. They also provide more information on a specific disability or condition.

United Way of Norman
2424 Springer Drive
Norman , OK 73019

Voice: 

405-651-7809 (mobile)

Sooner SUCCESS - Creek County

Email:

erin-strayhorn@ouhsc.edu

Sooner SUCCESS serves families of children and youth, birth to 21 years of age, with one or more of the following: developmental delay or disability, chronic health care needs, abuse/neglect issues and mental health needs.

They offer support for families who need a break and want information on whom to call. They help organizing your child's medical, educational and other information. They know what resources are available in your area and help you network with other parents and learn about children's services and issues. They help find needed services or equipment when you don't know what to do. They also provide more information on a specific disability or condition.

Healthy Living Coalition Meeting: 3rd Tuesday of the month at Noon

Substance Abuse Prevention Committee: 3rd Tuesday of the month after the Healthy Living Coalition Meeting.

Voice: 

918-712-0370 (mobile

Sooner SUCCESS - Delaware County

Email:

andrea-stamper@ouhsc.edu

Sooner SUCCESS serves families of children and youth, birth to 21 years of age, with one or more of the following: developmental delay or disability, chronic health care needs, abuse/neglect issues and mental health needs.

They offer support for families who need a break and want information on whom to call. They help organizing your child's medical, educational and other information. They know what resources are available in your area and help you network with other parents and learn about children's services and issues. They help find needed services or equipment when you don't know what to do. They also provide more information on a specific disability or condition.

DCCP (Delaware County Community Partnership) meets in Grove the last Tuesday of the month from 12-1pm.

DCCP's administrative assistant is Mark Clark at mark.clark@integrisok.com for more information about upcoming meetings and events.

Voice: 

918-530-2721

Sooner SUCCESS - Garfield County

Email:

deana-wilson@ouhsc.edu

The Garfield County Sooner SUCCESS coalition is dedicated to building and supporting inclusive communities for children with special needs and their families.

Date/time of meeting is the third Wednesday of each month 1-2 p.m.

Church of Christ
3601 W Garriott
Enid , OK

Voice: 

580-366-9606

Sooner SUCCESS - Kingfisher County

Email:

lisa-copeland@ouhsc.edu

Sooner SUCCESS serves families of children and youth, birth to 21 years of age, with one or more of the following: developmental delay or disability, chronic health care needs, abuse/neglect issues and mental health needs.

They offer support for families who need a break and want information on whom to call. They help organizing your child's medical, educational and other information. They know what resources are available in your area and help you network with other parents and learn about children's services and issues. They help find needed services or equipment when you don't know what to do. They also provide more information on a specific disability or condition.

Kingfisher County meets during the 2nd Monday of month, at 12:00.

Voice: 

405-538-6145

Sooner SUCCESS - Logan County

Email:

brandy-parks@ouhsc.edu

The mission of the Coalition shall be to improve the quality of life for Logan County citizens through sharing resources, networking, creating awareness, identifying gaps in services, and advocating.

The Partnership meets the 4th Thursday of every month at 12:00 at Mercy-Logan County, Conference Room A.

Voice: 

405-431-0709

Sooner SUCCESS - Major County

Email:

melissa-a-powell-1@ouhsc.edu

The mission of Major County Community Coalition (MCCC) is to improve the quality of life for children and youth with special needs and their families through coordination of community services, resources, and education. In partnership with the Tobacco Settlement Endowment Trust our expanded mission also includes the improvement of health and quality of life to all Oklahomans through accountable programs and services that address the hazards of tobacco use and other health issues.

They meet on the third Tuesday of each month from 12 pm to 1 pm.

Northwest Area Vo-Tech Center
801 Vo-Tech Drive
Fairview , OK 73737

Voice: 

580-744-1910

Sooner SUCCESS - Oklahoma County

Email:

Ana-SalasOcampo@ouhsc.edu

Oklahoma County Sooner SUCCESS coalition is dedicated to building and supporting inclusive communities for children with special needs and their families.

They meet on the third Friday of each month 9:00am-10:30am.

NorthCare of Oklahoma City
2617 General Pershing Blvd
Oklahoma City , OK 73107

Voice: 

405-534-8000

Sooner SUCCESS - Pottawatomie County

Email:

ronelle-baker@ouhsc.edu

Sooner SUCCESS serves families of children and youth, birth to 21 years of age, with one or more of the following: developmental delay or disability, chronic health care needs, abuse/neglect issues and mental health needs.

They offer support for families who need a break and want information on whom to call. They help organizing your child's medical, educational and other information. They know what resources are available in your area and help you network with other parents and learn about children's services and issues. They help find needed services or equipment when you don't know what to do. They also provide more information on a specific disability or condition.

They meet on the 3rd Tuesday of every month 10:00 am- 11:00 am.

36609 W. 45th Street
Shawnee , OK

Voice: 

405-915-3401

Sooner SUCCESS - Tulsa and Rogers County

Email:

andrea-stamper@ouhsc.edu

Sooner SUCCESS serves families of children and youth, birth to 21 years of age, with one or more of the following: developmental delay or disability, chronic health care needs, abuse/neglect issues and mental health needs.

They offer support for families who need a break and want information on whom to call. They help organizing your child's medical, educational and other information. They know what resources are available in your area and help you network with other parents and learn about children's services and issues. They help find needed services or equipment when you don't know what to do. They also provide more information on a specific disability or condition.

Voice: 

918-530-2721

Sooner SUCCESS - Tulsa County

Email:

kimberly-wiles@ouhsc.edu

The mission of the Northern Tulsa County Resources Coalition is to provide and promote community-based information, assistance, advocacy on public issues and concerns involving northern Tulsa County. It is a grassroots, collaborative effort of agencies, churches and organizations that work together to directly impact the quality of life in Northern Tulsa County. Members are from the Collinsville, Skiatook, Sperry, and Owasso areas. The Coalition meetings the last Wednesday of each month, at 11 a.m., at the Collinsville Health Department.

Voice: 

918-712-0340

The Center for Language and Autism Support Services (CLASS)

Email:

Help@classoklahoma.com

The Center for Language and Autism Support Services (CLASS) Oklahoma provides Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) therapy to children who have a diagnosis of autism. They teach skills like classroom readiness, language development, social skills, parent training, and more. They also do school consultation and target behavioral concerns.

They have offices in Norman and Tulsa, and see families in-home in Bartlesville.

7306 S Yale Ave
Tulsa , OK 74136

Voice: 

918-289-0171
918-280-0090 For All Inquiries

Fax: 

918-992-5020