CREOKS' caring and professional staff provide confidential outpatient services in our clinics, in-home and through school-based programs. We utilize best practices in treatment and counseling to support everyday functioning and sustainable recovery.
An informal symptoms check to determine an individual's needs and eligibility. Individuals who are not eligible for treatment services through CREOKS will be referred to an appropriate agency for assistance.
A meeting with a mental health professional to determine individual needs, their severity and the services that would best meet those needs.
Treatment using face-to-face, one-on-one or group interaction between a mental health professional and the client to promote emotional or psychological change to alleviate issues.
Face-to-face interaction between a mental health professional and family to facilitate emotional, psychological or behavioral changes and promote successful communication and understanding.
Comprehensive evaluation of the psychological, biological, medical and social causes of emotional distress. The outcome is a psychiatric diagnosis, treatment plan and medication management, if necessary.
Our physicians and nurses manage prescribed medications that treat the symptoms of mental health disorders which makes it easier for individuals to focus on the therapeutic aspects of treatment.
A managed combined care approach to providing the client access to the right medical, behavioral, social, vocational and education services, as well as other supportive services.
Outpatient individual and group counseling and rehabilitation, care coordination and medication management treatment for issues relating to alcohol and substance abuse. In Tulsa and Sapulpa we offer MAT (Medication Assisted Treatment for opioid dependence.
Outpatient individual and group counseling and rehabilitation, care coordination and medication management to assist and promote the client's successful integration back into the community.
A structured alternative to incarceration for eligible offenders, where a team comprised of judicial officers, attorneys, law enforcement and treatment providers promote participant accountability through intensive treatment and judicial supervision.