Behavioral Health

Behavioral Health/Substance Abuse Program

Our mission
To promote healthy lifestyles and provide a quality of care that enhances the lives of Native Americans and their families living in our communities.

We embrace a holistic treatment approach that includes body, mind, and spirit. This facilitates self-empowerment, prevention, education, and intervention. Respect for culture and involvement in our Indian communities is essential to the success of our program. Behavioral Health provides mental health and substance abuse services for children, adolescents, adults and elders who can present a CDIB card.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]

Seek help if your child or family member starts to struggle with the following:

• Difficulties With School/ Work
• Excessive Fearfulness or Worrying
• Persistent Sadness, Crying, or Hopelessness
• Constant Concern About Physical Problems or
• Using Alcohol and/or Other Substances
• Sudden Change in Behavior
• Threats to Harm Self or Others
• Family Conflict
• Grief
• Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
• Trouble concentrating with daily activities


Behavioral Health provides mental health and substance abuse services for children, adolescents, adults, and elders, services include:

Individual/Group Therapy Martial/Family therapy Parent Child Interaction therapy (PCIT) Relapse Prevention
In-Service Training/Community Education Substance Abuse Screening and Treatment DUI Assessments Psychological Evaluation and Treatment
Screening Brief Intervention and Treatment (SBIRT) in Health Clinics Suicide/ Crisis Intervention ADHD/ADD Evaluations Parenting Groups

All services are provided by licensed or licensed eligible mental health and substance abuse professionals.

Grant Programs

Methamphetamine Suicide Prevention Grant – (918) 758-1930


Suicide Prevention Grant – (918) 758-1930

Man Therapy

Project Launch – (918) 224-9307

Resources by County

Creek Co.

Suicide Prevention Resources

Hughes Co.

Suicide Prevention Resources

McIntosh Co.

Suicide Prevention Resources

Muskogee Co.

Suicide Prevention Resources

Okfuskee Co.

Suicide Prevention Resources

Okmulgee Co.

Suicide Prevention Resources

Wagoner Co.

Suicide Prevention Resources

Office Locations

638 Alexander Dr., Ste 104, Eufaula, OK  74432 (918) 618-2168

31870 Highway 51, Coweta, OK 74429 (918) 279-3471

100 N. Main St. Sapulpa, OK 74066 (918) 224-9307

1800 E. Coplin Rd, Okemah, OK 74859  (918) 623-1424

100 West 7th, suite 102, Okmulgee, OK 74447 (918) 758-1910

Help Lines

Reachout Hotline: 1 (800) 522-9054

Gambling Helpline: 1 (800) 522-4700

Tobacco Helpline: 1(800) QUIT-NOW

Lighthorse Police: 1 (918) 732-7800 | 1(877) 547-3390

National Domestic Violence Hotline: 1 (800) 799-7233(SAFE)

Tribal After Hours: 1 (800) 219-9458

Emergency use only if having homicidal or suicidal thoughts