For the past 57 years the Mental Health Association in Tulsa (the Association) has envisioned new ways to promote mental health and support those affected by mental illness in our community.
Our current programs include housing for approximately 875 individuals and families, many of whom are battling mental illness and overcoming homelessness with our assistance.
In addition to providing safe and affordable housing to those we serve, we operate a Working and Recovery Transitional Employment Program to help participants build and maintain job performance skills that they can use to find employment.
We also offer our Mental Health Assistance Center, six support groups and peer-support programs to provide socialization opportunities for those affected by mental illness. Our adolescent programs continue to assist thousands of youth and their families. We provide ongoing educational opportunities to our community on mental health, and we advocate on behalf of those we serve.
With your support, we can achieve victory over mental illness … that is what Building Lives is all about.