Echota Behavioral Health (Tulsa)
EBHT is a nonprofit organization operated by the United Keetoowah Band of Cherokee Indians in Oklahoma. As a Native American organization, we believe that through community and family support, ᎦᏚᎩ ga-du-gi, our patients can and will go on to enjoy productive, happy, drug-free lives.
The center has a reputation for excellence, especially in regard to pregnant women, that has been delivering substance treatment and social services to Oklahoma since 2008. Our interdisciplinary team includes clinicians with advanced degrees in medicine, nursing, social work, and counselors. We believe in a comprehensive approach to treatment which combines medication assisted treatment with behavior health services such as group, family and individual therapy.
MEDICATION ASSISTED TREATMENT
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Treatment may consist of a variety of counseling and medical services and, when appropriate, medical assisted treatment.
Caring treatment in an outpatient environment, bringing families together.
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Call: (918) 262-4550
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According to the Center for Disease Control Oklahoma ranks in the top 10 for the rate of overdose deaths involving Opioid Pain Reliever.
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Medication Assisted Treatment
We understand the need for effective substance abuse treatment for individuals who are struggling with addiction. The program's philosophy is to offer medical treatment and outpatient programs with the goal being to reverse the physical and emotional damages of addiction and allow patients to enjoy productive, happy, drug-free lives.
Echota Behavioral Health only accepts SoonerCare for insurance. A cash/card paying consumer pays $130 for their intake assessment which also covers their first two weeks of treatment. Each additional week is $65.
KCTS offers outpatient treatment for individuals with substance abuse disorders. Treatment may consist of a variety of counseling and medical services and, when appropriate, medical assisted treatment, including methadone. At KCTS we understand that this is a troubled time for you or your loved one. Substance abuse is a tough battle that cannot be won alone and that addiction is different for everyone.
#1 in the Area for Substance abuse treatment for pregnant women
If you are pregnant and have an addiction, prolonging the use of drugs or alcohol can increase the risk of complications and birth defects to your unborn child. Getting help should be the first step you take. Here at KCTS we understand choosing recovery can be a difficult process, but with a family centered support system, anyone can change their lifestyle and overcome their addiction.
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Call: (918) 262-4550
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16414 W 760 Rd, Tahlequah, OK 74464
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282 S Hwy 10, Kansas, OK 74347
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Dispensary (918) 238-7651 (Tulsa)