July 1, 2014
OKLAHOMA LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS WILL BE OFFERED CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAM TRAINING
The Oklahoma Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services (ODMHSAS) will conduct a Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) training for law enforcement officers July 7-11 at Western Technology Center in Weatherford. Read more...
May 15, 2014
The Communities of Care initiative is hosting six community forums to celebrate the strength and spirit of our families. Come celebrate our communities. Read more...
May 13, 2014
PUBLIC MEETING ON HOMELESSNESS GRANT SET
The federal Projects for Assistance in Transition from Homelessness (PATH) grant will be available for public comment Monday, May 19, from 11 a.m. to noon at the Oklahoma Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services, Conference Room A, 1200 NE 13th St. in Oklahoma City. Read more...
April 30, 2014
Champions of Health Nominations Now Open
It is time once again to start the search for Oklahoma’s Health Champions. Nominations for the 11th annual Champions of Health awards are now open through May 30. Health champions are individuals and organizations that are making an impact on the health of Oklahomans. The Champions of Health awards recognize their efforts and provide funding to help further their work. Nominations may be mailed or submitted online through May 30. There is no cost to enter. The nomination categories include: Champion of Children’s Health, Champion of Senior Health, Champion of the Uninsured, Community Health Champion and Corporate Health Champion. Details and requirements for nominations can be found on championsofhealth.org. Nonprofit winners in select categories will receive a $5,000 grant to their organization or program, and will be considered for the highest honor, the Dr. Rodney L. Huey Memorial Champion of Oklahoma Health Award. This recipient will receive a $15,000 grant. Read more...
April 30, 2014
Keeping Oklahoma Strong, a resource guide for parents, educators and others in the community coping with Oklahoma's storm season.
ODMHSAS, Oklahoma Emergency Management and The Oklahoman’s Newspapers in Education program have partnered to create Keeping Oklahoma Strong, a resource guide for parents, educators and others in the community coping with Oklahoma’s storm season. In addition, individuals and families seeking assistance, as a result of last Summer’s storms, can contact the ODMHSAS OKStrong program during regular business hours at 405-703-0368. The program provides behavioral health services and links to appropriate care. You may also call 211 for 24-hour support with finding local treatment providers. Download the resource guide
April 24, 2014
Drop-in Centers to Offer Services and Assistance to Central Oklahoma Individuals and Families Impacted by Last Summer’s Storms
The Oklahoma Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services will be on hand to provide behavioral health services and support at drop-in centers setup to assist individuals and families impacted by last weather events. Read more...