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Behavioral Health Services

If you feel you are experiencing a mental health emergency, or thinking of harming yourself or someone else, please call 911 or the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK (8255).  You may also call or present to the Oklahoma County Crisis Center at (405) 522-8100 located at 2625 General Pershing Blvd, Oklahoma City or 1200 NE 13th Street, Oklahoma City.

Oklahoma City Indian Clinic welcomes the opportunity to assist you with your concerns and struggles.  The Behavioral Health Department is  a multi-faceted department of licensed mental health professionals, a psychiatrist, mentors, a prevention activity specialist, and an administrative support clerk available to provide assessment and counseling for a wide range of mental health and substance abuse issues.

The Behavioral Health department addresses the physical as well as the mental, emotional and spiritual needs of the Indian community.  Counseling is designed to help individuals, families, and couples talk about troubling personal problems in a safe, comforting, and confidential atmosphere.

  • Adult Screenings -screenings for depression, intimate partner violence, alcohol/drug abuse, and tobacco use
  • Ages 11-17 Screenings – age-appropriate screening for depression, intimate partner violence, alcohol/drug abuse and bullying
  • Individual, Family, Group and Relationship Therapy – OKCIC offers Cognitive Behavior Therapy, Solution Focused Therapy, Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing (EMDR), Play Therapy, and Home Based/After-Hours Therapy
  • Psychiatry- a contract psychiatrist is here three days a week (Monday, Wednesday and Friday), from 8am-5pm and focuses primarily on medication management.
  • Walk-ins/Crisis Intervention – Walk-ins will always be seen by a behavioral health provider
  • SKY (Support and Knowledge for our Youth) is funded by a Meth and Suicide Prevention Initiative (MSPI) grant, it serves patients ages 11-17 and offers a variety of activities and after-school educational events to prevent meth use and suicide.
  • EVENT (End Violence: Empower Native Traditions) Program is funded by a Domestic Violence Prevention Initiative (DVPI) grant, that offers a variety of cultural activities and after-school educational events to  prevent domestic violence and promote healthy relationships.

Groups:

Relapse Prevention Group for patients working to maintain sobriety or prevent relapse to other unhealthy habits. Fridays at 10:00 am.  Behavioral Health Conference Room.
Call (405) 948-4900 Ext. 382 (Open Group – No enrollment required)

Depression/Anxiety Group, therapy and education for people experiencing any level of depression and/or anxiety. Thursdays at 10am in the Behavioral Health Conference Room.
Call (405) 948-4900 Ext. 610 (Open Group – No enrollment required)

Parenting Education Group offers curriculum-based education to encourage healthy and effective parenting skills.  Tuesdays at 4pm in the Behavioral Health Conference Room.
Call (405) 948-4900 Ext. 605 or Ext. 652 (Patients should call to schedule)

Survivors of Homicide Support Group Grief support for patients who have experienced the loss of a loved one by homicide. Mondays at 2pm in the Behavioral Health Conference Room.
Call (405) 948-4900 Ext. 612 or 652 (Patients should call to schedule)

Get help today!

To schedule any type of APPOINTMENT in the behavioral health department – Patients should:
Dial (405) 948-4900 Ext. 610If unable to reach anyone at this extension, dial Ext. 653.

  • Providers do not answer phones during session, so we encourage everyone to leave a message.
  • There is usually a waiting list for counseling and psychiatry, but the wait time varies.

Located on the third floor of 5208 West Reno, Suite 315
Hours of Operation:  Monday-Friday 8am-5pm.