CRISIS INFORMATION

Important Numbers
COPES (emergency outreach team) 

> 918-744-4800
Tulsa Police Department (emergency) 

> 911
Tulsa Police Department (non emergency) 

> 918-596-9222
Reach Out Helpline-Heartline 

> 1-800-522-9054
Suicide Prevention Line

> 1-800-273-8255

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:

Navigating a Mental Health Crisis

Like any other health crisis, it’s important to address a mental health emergency quickly and effectively. With mental health conditions, crises can be difficult to predict because, often, there are no warning signs. This guide outlines what can contribute to a crisis, warning signs that a crisis is emerging, strategies to help de-escalate a crisis, available resources and so much more.

 

Warning Signs of Mental Health Crisis

https://www.nami.org/NAMI/media/NAMI-Media/Infographics/crisis%20guide/INFO-Warning-Signs-of-Crisis-ENG.pdf

 

Warning Signs of Suicide

https://www.nami.org/NAMI/media/NAMI-Media/Infographics/crisis%20guide/INFO-Warning-Signs-of-Suicide-ENG.pdf

 

Preparing for a Mental Health Crisis

https://www.nami.org/NAMI/media/NAMI-Media/Infographics/crisis%20guide/INFO-Preparing-for-Crisis-ENG.pdf

 

Mental Health Crisis Guide

Can you think of all the things you need to consider in a mental health crisis of your loved one? Most of us would be frazzled and mis a few key elements. This is a comprehensive crisis guide (33 pages) that is a great reminder of the elements involved in a navigating a mental health emergency. 

https://www.nami.org/Support-Education/Publications-Reports/Guides/Navigating-a-Mental-Health-Crisis

Circle of Care: A Guidebook for Mental Health Caregivers

NAMI has partnered with the National Alliance for Caregiving (NAC) to create this guidebook which provides resources and information to help friends, family and others who care for an adult with a mental health condition. This 56 page resource covers 12 areas of concern.

https://www.nami.org/Support-Education/Publications-Reports/Guides/Circle-of-Care-Guidebook

Starting the Conversation: College and Your Mental Health

To help put a thoughtful plan into place should a mental health condition arise, NAMI and The Jed Foundation have created this guide to help start the conversation. It offers both parents and students the opportunity to learn more about mental health, including what the privacy laws are and how mental health information can be shared.  This link has links to short videos and a printable guide (28 pages).

https://www.nami.org/Support-Education/Publications-Reports/Guides/Starting-the-Conversation

Understanding Parity: A Guide to Resources for Families and Caregivers

There are protections in federal law, collectively known as “parity,” which are designed to ensure that certain types of health plans cover mental and substance use disorders no less generously than they cover other health issues. This resource can guide you to helpful materials and places.

Download Guide

The Essential Aspects of Parity: A Training Tool for Policymakers
This document provides an overview of essential information necessary for understanding mental health and substance use disorder parity and how to implement and comply with federal parity laws. This guide applies to parity laws in employer-sponsored health plans and group and individual insurance.

Download Guide

Know Your Rights: Parity for Mental Health and Substance Use Disorder Benefits
This brochure gives an overview of the Mental Health Parity and Addiction Equity Act of 2008. It lists some of the common limits placed on mental health and substance use disorder benefits and services.

Download Guide

INTERVENTION

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).

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INPATIENT ASSISTANCE

Emergency Adult, Inpatient Action

These Crisis Care Centers provide short term, inpatient assessment, and treatment.

Brookhaven Hospital
201 S. Garnett Rd.
Tulsa, OK 74128
Phone:  (888) 298-HOPE (4673)


Carl Albert Mental Health Services 
1101 E Monroe
McAlester, OK  74502
Phone: 918-426-7800


Crisis Care Center 
1055 S. Houston Avenue West
Tulsa, OK
Phone: 918-921-3200


Fort Supply Acute Care Unit
Fort Supply, OK
​Phone: 580-766-2311


Green Country Behavioral Health Services, Inc.
6365 W. Okmulgee St.  
Muskogee, OK  74401
Phone: 918-682-8407 


Hillcrest Medical Center
1120 S. Utica Ave.
Tulsa, OK 74104
Phone: 918-579-1000


Laureate Psychiatric Clinic and Hospital
6655 S Yale Ave. 
Tulsa, OK 74136
Phone: 918-481-4000


​Parkside Psychiatric Clinic and Hospital 
1620 E 12th St.
Tulsa, OK 74120
Phone: 918-588-8888


Mental Health Services of Southern Oklahoma (MHSSO) 
1219 K St. N.W., Suite 2
Ardmore, OK  73401 
Phone: 580-798-4523


Oklahoma County Crisis Intervention Center (OCCIC) 
2625 General Pershing Blvd.
OKC, OK  73107
Crisis Phone: 800-522-9054


Oklahoma Crisis Recovery Unit 
1200 N.E 13th
OKC, OK  73152
Phone: 405-522-8168


Parkside Psychiatric Hospital and Clinic
1620 E 12th St
Tulsa, OK 74120
Phone: 918-588-8888


Red Rock Behavioral Health Services, Inc.
900 E. Main, Bldg. 52
Norman, OK  73071
Phone: 405-425-0389 


Red Rock Behavioral Health Services, Inc.
90 N. 31st St.
Clinton, OK 73601
Phone: 580-323-6021 


Spring Creek Recovery Center
27 East Ross Ave
Sapulpa, OK 74066
918-216-4999


Talliaffero Community Mental Health Center
602 SW 38th
Lawton, OK 73505
Phone: 580-248-5780


Tulsa Center for Behavioral Health (TCBH)
(Crisis Line: 918-293-2100)
2323 S. Harvard
Tulsa, OK 74114
Phone: 918-293-2140

 

Emergency Child, Inpatient Action

These Crisis Care Centers provide short term, inpatient
assessment, and treatment.

CALM Center 
6126 E 32nd Pl.
Tulsa, OK 74135
Phone:  918-394-CALM (2256)
​www.crsok.org (Ages 10 to 17)


Red Rock 
​4404 N Lincoln Blvd.
OKC, OK 73105
Phone:  405-425-0333
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)
https://ok.gov/odmhsas/Mental_Health_/Children%
27s_Recovery_Center_of_Oklahoma.html

​State, Mental Health Hospitals​

Carl Albert Mental Health Center 
1101 E Monroe Ave.
McAlester, OK 74501
Phone: 918-426-7800​


Griffin Memorial Hospital 
 900 E Main
Norman, OK
Phone: 405-573-6623


Northwest Mental Health Center 
1 Mi East Hwy 270
Fort Supply, OK
​Phone: 580-766-2311


Tulsa Center For Behavioral Health
2323 S. Harvard
Tulsa, OK 74114
Phone: 918-293-2140