If anyone is in imminent danger, call 911, now..
Community Outreach Psychiatric Emergency Services (COPES) 918-744-4800
Mobile Response Team and phone assistance in crisis. The phone is answered 24 hours a day
Tulsa County Emergency Services - dial 911 for medical or law enforcement intervention Assessment & Inpatient Care. When a mental health instability becomes evident, mental healthcare centers & hospitals are a key resource for providing intensive treatment. NAMI has aggressively pushed for mental health parity so that healthcare underwriters understand that brain disorders are every bit as fundamental healthcare needs as are heart disorders, orthopedic injuries, and other bodily ailments.The State of Oklahoma has a network of mental health facilities that are funded & operated through the Oklahoma Dept. of Mental Health & Substance Abuse (ODMHSA).
Additional Resources for Youth and Young Adults
Tulsa Area Crisis Contacts
State, Mental Health Hospitals
The State of Oklahoma has a network of mental
health facilities that are funded & operated
through the Oklahoma Dept. of Mental Health &
Substance Abuse Services (ODMHSAS). These
hospitals are designed to handle care for
individuals who have already been treated at a
community mental health center but are in need of
further inpatient care. In most cases, court-ordered
treatment will be directed by one of the following
Carl Albert Mental Health Center
1101 E Monroe Ave.
McAlester, OK 74501
Griffin Memorial Hospital
900 E Main
Northwest Mental Health Center
1 Mi East Hwy 270
Fort Supply, OK
Tulsa Center For Behavioral Health
2323 S. Harvard
Tulsa, OK 74114
Emergency Child, Inpatient Action
These Crisis Care Centers provide short term, inpatient
assessment, and treatment.
6126 E 32nd Pl.
Tulsa, OK 74135
Phone: 918-394-CALM (2256)
www.crsok.org (Ages 10 to 17)
4404 N Lincoln Blvd.
OKC, OK 73105
www.red-rock.com (Ages 10 to 17)
Children’s Recovery Center
320 12th Ave NE.
Norman, OK 73071
Phone: 405-364-9004 (Serving Ages 13 to 17)