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Behavioral Health

Comprehensive behavioral health services  for children, adolescents, and adults. 

Now accepting patient enrollment paperwork for Behavioral Health Services from 6:45 AM - 3:30 PM.​

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Behavioral Health Services

  • Cognitive and behavioral therapies to learn coping skills to deal with mental illness

  • Therapies for treating symptoms of trauma

  • Family therapies to help with unhealthy ways of interacting (requires active participation from all family members involved and all family members must live  in the same household)

  • Treatments to help parents learn skills for addressing behavioral problems in children and adolescents

  • Consultations with medication prescribers to determine if medicine is an appropriate treatment

  • Monitoring of medications for effectiveness and unwanted side effects

  • Guidance on appropriate use of medications


Abuse Services

  • Recovery support services

  • Tobacco prevention and cessation services

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​Patient must complete an assessment with IHCRC before starting the program.

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Help is only a phone
call away.

When you’ve got a police, fire, or rescue emergency, you call 911. When you have a mental health emergency, you call/text 988. 

Dial 988

from any phone to get help.


Systems of Care

The Systems of Care program serves children with emotional or behavioral disorders who are also at risk of being removed from either school or the home. Families are assisted in the development of a plan which will meet the youth’s emotional, educational, intellectual, physical, family, cultural and social needs.

The goal of the program is to keep emotionally and behaviorally challenged children with their family and community.

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At IHCRC we understand this acronym and support individuals who use it to refer to themselves. We also know that while you may identify with one or more of the elements of the community, you may not identify with all of them. We celebrate diversity, equity, and inclusion in our IHCRC staff and in our patients. If you identify as member of the LGBTQIA2S+ community please know that IHCRC is a safe space for you.   


Pre-Doctoral Internship

Working towards a doctoral degree and need an internship? 

Spend some time at IHCRC! More information available at the link below.


Domestic Violence
Prevention Services

The goal of Indian Health Care Resource Center’s DVP program is to increase access to culturally sensitive domestic violence and sexual assault prevention crisis intervention and behavioral health services for American Indian victims of domestic violence and their families living in urban Tulsa and the surrounding areas.

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​The program consists of bullying training in the schools, individual counseling, community education, training for professionals, and appropriate referrals for shelter and legal services.

Being able to
survive it
doesn't mean it
was ever okay.


Meet Our Team

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