Mental Health Association Oklahoma, formerly Mental Health Association in Tulsa, is an advocacy voice representing people impacted by mental illness and homelessness in communities throughout Oklahoma.
Since our founding in 1955, we have been an independent source to mental health and substance abuse providers, social service agencies and schools regarding the provision of high quality mental health screening and treatment in the community.
We offer families and individuals impacted by mental illness and homelessness the following programs:
Advocacy & Public Policy
Crisis Response in Schools
Peer-run Drop-in Centers
Housing & Development Services
Youth Wellness Screenings
Peer Outreach Services
Pro Bono Counseling
Suicide Prevention Trainings
With your support, we can achieve victory over mental illness … that is what Building Lives is all about.
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