Adult Mental Health - Outpatient
You don’t have to suffer from mental illness. Family & Children’s Services is here to help you with problems that seem overwhelming and assist you on the path to recovery.
Our highly qualified staff uses an array of treatments to bring recovery to those challenged with serious mental illness, co-occurring disorders and addictions. We are the place to turn for help if you or a loved once needs assistance with any of the following mental health disorders:
- Major depression
- Anxiety disorders
- Bi-polar disorder
- Other mood disorders
- Post-traumatic stress disorder
- Homelessness due to mental illness
SAME DAY SERVICES
In a crisis, you can receive same-day services in a friendly, welcoming and engaging environment. We are here to help you through the rough times.
Ways we help.
Call 918.587.9471 to schedule an assessment appointment.
Family & Children’s Services offers a 13-week anger management course to help individuals learn skills to manage anger in a positive manner, improving personal relationships and quality of life. We teach participants how to:
- Increase awareness of personal strengths.
- Improve communication skills.
- Be aware of anger triggers.
- Identify and label feeling.
- Reduce impulsivity.
- Self-monitor their behavior.
- Develop alternate responses.
- Better understand other people’s feelings.
Assessment Fees (2-session process)
1st Session: $50 ($3 for Medicaid clients)
2nd Session: $20 ($3 for Medicaid clients)
Group Session Fees (or individual sessions if approved by therapist)
$20 per session for 12 sessions ($3 per session for Medicaid clients)
The path to self-sufficiency can be a challenging one to navigate alone. Family & Children’s Services’ case managers are caring advocates who will help you build or strengthen your natural support system and help connect you to community resources for food, housing, health services and other basic needs.
Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinic (CCBHC) promotes the integration and coordination of primary medical and acute behavioral health care. In this program, an entire team coordinates your care. CCBHC team will link clients to primary medical care services, integrate behavioral health and primary care services through comprehensive Care Management and Care Coordination, chronic disease management, peer recovery supportive services, crisis management, supportive employment and education services, health and wellness promotion, transitional care, substance abuse treatment, individual and family supports, counseling, and referral to community and social supports services.
We offer part- and full-day programs that feature group and educational activities to help individuals challenged with symptom management and day-to-day functioning. We provide a supportive environment that allows for social interaction while you learn new daily living skills for your recovery and self-sufficiency.
Whole health considers a person’s entire well-being. It brings together physical, emotional, social and community needs and goals. In the past, you may have received health care services from many different providers, but they did not work together. In this program, an entire team coordinates your care. Our goal is to help you live a happier, healthier life.
- Family & Children’s Services
- Community and Social Support Services
- Peer Support Specialist
- Care Coordinator
- Primary Care Consultant
If you receive mental health services through the OK Medicaid Plan, you may be able to receive more complete care through this program. It’s offered at no cost in addition to the benefits you already receive.
Family & Children’s Services provides home-based therapy and case management services for eligible older adults with mental health disorders.
Our Homeless Outreach Team reaches out to assist mentally ill homeless individuals and their families. We offer mental health care, substance abuse treatment and linkages to housing and other community resources.
Our compassionate team of mental health professionals will help you identify your strengths, manage symptoms, overcome past grief and trauma, and build stronger life skills, relationships and supports.
Individual Placement & Support (IPS) Supported Employment is an evidence-based approach to supported employment for people living with behavioral health conditions. IPS supports helps people work at regular jobs of their choosing. Mainstream education and technical training are included as way to advance career paths. Programs using IPS include Adult Mental Health, NAVIGATE, Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinic (CCBHC), Transitional Care, Program of Assertive Community Treatment (PACT) and Specialized Outpatient Services (SOS).
Morton Comprehensive Health Services’ satellite office at Family and Children’s Services (F&CS) provides health care services for F&CS’s clients and Morton’s patients. When meeting with a client of F&CS, Morton provides selected onsite health services and will provide referrals as needed. Having Morton available at F&CS provides clients/patients the opportunity to have all of their behavioral health and medical needs met in the same location.
For F&CS client Morton appointments please call 918-991-6612.
Our team of highly skilled psychiatrists and nurses support, strengthen and enhance your mental health. We provide psychiatric assessments and, when needed, the newest and most effective medication is prescribed and provided through our in-house pharmacy.
NAVIGATE is a breakthrough treatment program that improves the outcome of early intervention psychosis patients ages 16-30 who have experienced symptoms for less than two years.
This unique model combines individual psychiatric treatment with therapy that focuses on coping, resilience, guidance, education, and reducing family stress and burden. A supportive employment and education specialist works with each client’s individual needs towards vocational success. A young person’s ability to function is enhanced along with their quality of life.
For more information or to refer a client, call the NAVIGATE hotline at 918.560.2500.
If you or someone you love struggles with addiction, there is hope. People recover every day from alcoholism, substance abuse, co-occurring disorders, gambling, opioid and other addictions. It’s never too late to get help.
Family & Children’s Services offers effective outpatient treatment tailored to your individual needs. Our caring and compassionate professionals will help build a foundation for sustainable recovery so you can function effectively at home, at work and in the community.
We also provide the highest quality of care, treatment and services through integrated and individualized approaches for opioid-use disorder. Medication-assisted treatment (MAT) is combined with behavioral counseling for a whole-patient approach to improve addiction-related behaviors.
Family & Children’s Services is a certified Opioid Treatment Program through the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA).
Your physical health and well-being is important to your overall mental health. Family & Children’s Services provides additional support to medical care through the Live Well and the Primary and Behavioral Health Care programs. We support integrated care between primary and behavioral healthcare as it relates to screening, diagnosis, prevention and treatment of mental and substance use disorders and co-occurring physical health conditions and chronic diseases.