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Each rehab center on this page has: (a) Joint Commission Accreditation, CARF Accreditation, and/or has been verified by SAMHSA (b) Comparatively high composite online review scores, (c) Robust treatment programs.

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Resonance Center for Women

Tulsa, Oklahoma

Resonance Center for Women

Tulsa, Oklahoma

Resonance Center specializes in addressing substance use disorders in adult women, especially adult women who have legal complications or have been incarcerated for drug-related issues. This program specifically takes in women who have been sentenced to time through Resonance, women with children who are trying to keep or reunite with them, women who have recently been released from prison, and women needing DUI assessments. The services utilized and the length of treatment all depend on the specific client, so no two plans or experiences will look the same. The goal is to address the needs of the woman as well as provide her with skills and habits that foster healing and overall wellness. As a not-for-profit program, Resonance does not turn any woman away based on her ability or inability to pay, and most services are actually provided at no cost.


Levels of Care
Outpatient


Center or Therapeutic Interventions emphasizes the use of holistic and strengths-based services in each of their treatment programs. Clients work with their treatment team to determine what those strengths are and how they can be used to address symptoms of addiction or underlying causes that need to be treated. Following the assessments, clients will be able to participate in age and gender-specific services. Programs include a variety of individual and group therapies that address the specific needs and recovery goals of each person. Most services are free of charge, however, the Center for Therapeutic Interventions does accept Medicaid and private pay based on a sliding fee scale.


Levels of Care
IOP, MAT, Outpatient


Tulsa Comprehensive is a medication-assisted treatment facility that specifically offers access to methadone for adult men and women struggling through withdrawal symptoms from addiction to opioids, heroin, and prescription painkillers. Clients may also be offered buprenorphine maintenance. While the medications help to minimize uncomfortable withdrawal symptoms, clients also have access to individual and group therapies that work to address underlying causes and offer long-term coping skills and solutions. Services here are meant to be shorter-term and help to motive clients to remain in treatment without the threat of relapse or overdose from those withdrawal symptoms. If the client requires more comprehensive programs, they may be referred to a different recovery center in Tulsa that can offer more specialized services than just individual therapy.


Levels of Care
MAT, Outpatient


CREOKS is a nonprofit, outpatient treatment facility that works with adults, adolescents, and children. All clients will be screened and assessed by clinicians and behavioral health specialists. Adult addiction treatment options consist of individual and group therapy, family programs, medication management, care coordination, and more. The Tulsa location of CREOKS also offers medication assistance for men and women suffering from opioid withdrawal. Children-specific services include various forms of therapy, family communication enhancement, play therapy, medication management, and psychiatric social rehabilitation. The goal is to provide the most comprehensive and effective services so that each client feels that their needs are met and that they are provided with a long-term support system.


Levels of Care
MAT, Outpatient


Keetoowah Cherokee Treatment Services is a nonprofit medication assistance outpatient program operated by the Keetoowah band of Cherokee Indians. Though they emphasize the use of medication to treat opioid withdrawal, clients will also participate in group therapy, individual therapy, and family therapy. Group therapy makes up the largest component of these recovery programs other than medication. Clients will work with one another to discuss topics such as stress management, coping skills, relapse prevention, how to maintain healthy relationships, codependency, and possible mental health issues. Keetoowah accepts some health insurance providers, Medicaid, and self-pay through cash.


Levels of Care
MAT, Outpatient


The Calm Center

Tulsa, Oklahoma

The Calm Center

Tulsa, Oklahoma

The Calm Center specifically provides substance abuse treatment and other healthcare services to adults and individuals ages 10 to 17. These programs are age-specific so as to ensure that each person is provided with the most specific and effective treatments possible. Their adult services consist of counseling, medication, addiction education, and peer-led services. The Calm Center’s children’s center provides more family-oriented services as well as individual and group therapy, medication, and transitional services. The overall goal, along with treating the symptoms of drug abuse and alcohol addiction, is to address each person as a whole, evoke a sense of overall wellness, and motive each client to remain sober long-term. The Calm Center accepts health insurance, Medicaid, and Medicare.


Levels of Care
Outpatient, Sober Living, Detox


12 and 12

Tulsa, Oklahoma

12 and 12

Tulsa, Oklahoma

12 and 12 believes that addiction is a disease of the brain, and in order to treat it, clients must participate in a comprehensive rehab program that consists of behavioral therapies and other dependency treatments that are evidence-based and proven to be effective. Clients will be provided with various levels of care and different options for their detox programs, outpatient services, and residential treatments. Along with round-the-clock supervision, clients will also have access to individual therapy, group therapy, education, anger management, self-esteem enhancement, coping skill development, relapse prevention training, gender-specific groups, medication assistance, and aftercare planning. The detox program typically lasts 4-7 days, residential can last 30-45 days, and outpatient services are 6-7 weeks long. In general, the number of hours a client is required to participate in each week and the overall length of treatment depends on them and their progression through the program. Living spaces are semi-private, but clients will also have access to on-site laundry services, both indoor and outdoor recreational areas, a fitness room, and so much more.


Levels of Care
Detox, Inpatient Treatment, IOP, MAT, Outpatient, Sober Living


Brookhaven Hospital

Tulsa, Oklahoma

Brookhaven Hospital

Tulsa, Oklahoma

Brookhaven Hospital is a drug and mental health rehab facility with a long list of treatment services available to their clients. As a 64-bed inpatient drug rehab center, clients work with a treatment team that consists of doctors, therapists, social workers, and addiction specialists round-the-clock. Before real recovery can take place, doctors will evaluate the client to determine whether or not their addiction problems stem from neurological conditions, brain injuries, or general behavioral health problems. Once the cause is determined, the client can work with their clinician to design a program that is effective, fits their recovery goals, and enhances the overall standard of living for the client.


Levels of Care
MAT, IOP, Sober Living, Inpatient Treatment, PHP, Detox


Parkside Psychiatric Hospital is a private, not-for-profit behavioral health recovery center that provides drug and alcohol rehab services to adolescents and adults. All programs utilize individualized services that address the specific person. Services include various types of therapy, case management, discharge planning, relapse prevention planning, and medication management. In order to include holistic care, Parkside Psychiatric also includes art therapy, yoga, and a cat foster program that allows clients to work with animals and participate in community-related services. Parkside accepts various forms of pay, provides Spanish-speaking services, and so much more.


Levels of Care
Detox, Inpatient Treatment, IOP, Outpatient


The Tulsa location of Human Skills and Resources provides education, prevention, and intervention services as well as addiction treatment. Their main goal is to equip each client with important coping skills, healthy habits, and new ways of thinking. Clients work extremely closely with their treatment team to recover from drug abuse and reintegrate themselves back into the community as successful, motivated individuals who utilize their coping skills rather than turning back to self-medication. The life skills program they offer consists of cognitive thinking classes alongside substance abuse treatment. Human Skills and Resources also offers DUI classes, court-mandated programs, drug testing, and a batterers intervention program. Clients are also encouraged to include their loved ones in the planning and treatment process.


Levels of Care
IOP, MAT, Outpatient


Standards For Inclusion

We assign letter grades to each center based on their cumulative online review ratings:

A
4.3 – 5 Stars

B
3.5 – 4.2 Stars

C
2.6 – 3.4 Stars

D
2 – 2.5 Stars

F
2 Stars

Standards For Inclusion

Each addiction treatment center on this page has: (a) The Gold Seal of Approval from the Joint Commission for addiction services, CARF Accreditation, and/or has been verified by SAMHSA (b) Composite online review score of 2.4/5 stars or better, (c) Robust substance abuse treatment programs.

We assign letter grades to each center based on their cumulative online review ratings:

A
4.3 – 5 Stars

B
3.5 – 4.2 Stars

C
2.6 – 3.4 Stars

D
2 – 2.5 Stars

F
2 Stars

Tulsa Addiction Recovery Support

  • Alcoholics Anonymous: This website offers access to the times and locations of AA meetings in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Each meeting covers specific and different topics, and there is more information about each individual meeting. The Tulsa AA website also provides information about events taking place throughout the community, virtual meetings that anyone can attend, various other resources, and community service work that can be done. These AA meetings are 12-step and can be a helpful tool before, during, and after an individual enrolls in a treatment program.

    Narcotics Anonymous: NA meetings are often a critical piece of the recovery journey for men and women struggling with drug addiction. This website is the national directory for meetings across the country, but this specific page offers information about meetings being held in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Though there are drug-specific meetings out there, NA is for anyone struggling with drug addiction. Individuals can access the locations and times of these meetings as well as the format, what topics will be covered, and whether or not they are open to the public.

    Tulsa Al-Anon Intergroup: Al-Anon meetings are very similar to AA or NA meetings in that they utilize 12-step philosophies and provide peer-led support, but these meetings are specifically designed to help family members of individuals struggling with addiction. Because drug and alcohol abuse affects every aspect of life, people who are close to users may also need support. Al-Anon provides support to these individuals, allowing them to connect with other people in the community who need support and can give support. The goal is to discuss addiction, educate one another, and provide coping mechanisms that may help. This website also offers access to community events and other resources that may be helpful.

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