Adult Outpatient Services
Outpatient treatment programs provide individual, group and family counseling. They offer comprehensive, coordinated, and defined services that may vary in level of intensity. Outpatient programs address a variety of needs, including, but not limited to: situational stressor, family relations, interpersonal issues, psychiatric illnesses, addictions and mental health issues. Red Rock’s Outpatient Programs serve individuals with mental health, substance abuse, and co-occurring mental and substance abuse disorders. Services are specific to the developmental stage and needs of each client.
Treatment is provided in the community as well as at Red Rock office locations. Substance abuse counseling provides education, support, and the skills needed to battle chemical use/dependency. These services include HIV education, training and counseling for substance dependent persons and their spouses/partners. All drug dependent clients are referred for HIV testing and counseling.
The goal of the outpatient programs is to provide accessible, comprehensive services responsive to each individual client and for each to obtain their optimal level of functioning in the home and community. This will be evidenced by effective management of psychiatric symptoms and/or substance use. Almost 70% of outpatients met their individualized treatment objective over the course of treatment.
What is a Health Team?
The Health Team can help you be as healthy as possible by giving you some additional services that are of no cost to you. These services include:
Someone helping you develop your overall health treatment plan to guide you and your other doctors and providers.
Help to learn about your conditions and how you can help yourself be healthier.
Help if you come out of the hospital to make sure you can get to important follow‐up visits to doctors and other providers.
Assisting you in finding a family doctor if you don’t already have one.
Assisting you in obtaining mental health and/or substance abuse treatment or any type of special medical care that you might need.
Provide you with access to health education opportunities.
Why a Health Team?
There are many benefits to being a part of the Red Rock Health Team, including:
All the people who provide your care will work together to give you quality health care.
You get a special Nurse Care Manager who will coordinate all your care among your providers.
The Health Team will help you stay healthy, out of the emergency room and out of the hospital.
You will have one point of contact for your health care if you have questions or problems.
Red Rock provides various court related services, including 1) Drug Court; 2) Mental Health Court; and 3) Jail Diversion program. The court related services provided at Red Rock share common themes and characteritics. We offer collaborative initiatives alcohol and drug problems and/or mental illness in the criminal justice system. Research shows that court related programs work better than jail, prison, probation or treatment alone. The programs demonstrate signi cant reduction in drug use and crime and are more cost‐effective than other criminal justice strategies. Call 405-424-7711 for an appointment.
Improve the lives of those suffering from addiction by assisting them with treatment as the alternative to prison.
Promote recovery through a coordinated response to offenders dependent on alcohol and other drugs.
Reduce drug use/crime and recidivism rate.
Integrate a multi‐disciplinary team approach, including cooperation and collaboration of the Judges, prosecutors, defense counsel, probation of cers, authorities, substance abuse treatment providers, law enforcement, pretrial services agencies, evaluators, and an array of local service providers, in the greater community.
- 111 North Hudson St.
- Altus, OK 73521
- (580) 379‐4085
- 70 N. 31st
- Clinton, OK 73601
- (580) 323‐6021
- Elk City
- 3080 W. 3rd
- Elk City, OK 73644
- (580) 225‐5136
- 107 N. Main St.
- Kingfisher, OK 73750
- (405) 375‐3735
- 1501 W. Commerce
- Yukon, OK 73099
- (405) 354‐1928
- 216 West A Street
- Watonga, OK 73772
- (580) 623‐7199
Mental Health Court
Improve the lives of those suffering from a mental health disorder by assisting them with treatment as the alternative to prison.
Link offenders who ordinarily are prison-bound to Community-based treatment.
Judicial monitoring to address mental health needs.
Address underlying problems that contribute to criminal behavior.
Reduce drug use/crime and ensure compliance.
Decrease homelessness, psychiatric hospitalizations and recidivism.
Mental Health Court is offered at our Oklahoma City Location.
- Oklahoma City
- 4400 N. Lincoln Blvd.
- Oklahoma City, OK 73105
- (405) 424‐7711
Midwest City Jail Diversion Program
100 N. Midwest Blvd, Midwest City, OK 73110
Improve the lives of those suffering from addiction and/or mental health problem by assisting them with treatment as the alternative to prison.
Identify offenders who need behavioral health treatment services.
Link offenders to appropriate behavioral health treatment services.
Monitor offenders for compliance of treatment services and abstinence.
Provide court-based incentives for compliance to treatment services and abstinence.
The Program of Assertive Community Treatment (PACT) is an effective, evidence based, outreach oriented, service‐delivery model for providing comprehensive community‐based treatment to persons with severe and persistent mental illnesses. Using a 24‐hour‐a‐day, seven day‐a‐week, team approach, PACT delivers rehabilitation and support services to consumers in their homes, at work, and in community settings.
- Oklahoma City Office
- 4420 N Lincoln
- Oklahoma City, OK 73015
- (405) 425‐0341
- Shawnee Office
- 101 N. Union
- Shawnee, OK 74801
- (405) 275‐7100