Addressing Patient Behavioral Health and Other Psychosocial Needs

Resource Name

Brief Description

Behavioral Health Services Resource Guide

The Oklahoma Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services (ODMHSAS) has created a list of behavioral health resources to include crisis services and ODMHSAS certified mental health providers, alcohol and drug treatment, community mental health centers, and gambling and eating disorder treatment. Resources are broken down by county and city and provide direct contact information, with the goal of assisting patients and providers in finding and accessing services. Resources will be continually updated.


2-1-1 Oklahoma

2-1-1 Oklahoma provides a comprehensive listing of information about supports available to help Oklahomans in need with needs associated with food security, rent, utility payments and more for both western and eastern regions of Oklahoma. The intent of the website is to enable everyone within Oklahoma to either receive or provide help through offering information and referrals across the spectrum of human needs, including but not limited to rental assistance, food pantries, affordable housing, health resources, child care, after-school programs, caregiver support, financial programs, literacy, and job programs. The creators of this service strive to create a resource that is easily accessible, high quality, efficient and available to the entire Oklahoman population on a daily basis. This resource can be used as a source of education and referrals to patients in need of these types of social services and supports.