The Edmond Sun

May 20, 2009

Where to go for help

State, local drug and substance abuse information


Edmond substance abuse-related agencies/organizations

Edmond Family Counseling, Inc., Alcohol/Drugs

1251 N. Broadway, Suite C Edmond (405) 341-3554

Edmond Family Counseling is committed to improving lives by providing counseling and educational programs to individuals, groups and families. In June 2005, Edmond Family Services changed their name to Edmond Family Counseling to better describe services provided. The agency provides the opportunity for quality counseling services to clients at an affordable cost. It employs only counselors with Master's degrees and provides training to interns working on their Master's degrees or licenses.



Parents Helping Parents

Web: www.parentshelpingparents.info

Twitter: http://twitter.com/parent2parent

Parents Helping Parents offers drug and alcohol-related information including resources, education, experiences and services.

If you are a parent who has a child (any age) using alcohol or other drugs, please call (405)642-8198. Our meetings are held in the Oklahoma Blood Institute's (475-0459) private meeting room in Edmond on the first and third Tuesday of every month. The Oklahoma Blood Institute is located on the southwest corner of Broadway Extension. The entrance doors face north towards 33rd Street. The entry door to the meeting room is the first door east of the main entrance to the blood institute. The meeting will start at 6:30 PM.



Jim Riley Outreach

2201 Cardinal Dr., Edmond

(405) 340-8096

Web: www.jimrileyoutreach.org

Jim Riley Outreach, Inc. is a unique organization in the substance abuse treatment and recovery field. The program's goal is to bring recovery to people for whom it might not otherwise be available. It accomplishes this with innovative and compassionate programs that combine enlightened, spiritually-grounded treatment with the "tough love" essential in treating addictions.

Jim Riley Outreach programs include;

Mentoring program

Men's & women's support groups

Help with alcohol, drug and other addictions

Safe living facilities

Collegiate athletics drug abuse program and enforcement programs

Speaking engagements and seminars



Transformation Recovery, Henderson Hills

Helping people heal from hurts, hang ups and habits through the true and only higher power, Jesus Christ. Group members have problems with gambling, anger, sex, food, shopping, alcohol and drugs -- all afflictions which are nearly a symptom caused by a hurt real or perceived. The program uses talk therapy led by a facilitator who is recovering from similar afflictions. More than 200 individuals come through the program on a weekly basis.

Meetings are held on Monday nights, 5:30 p.m. dinner, 6:30 p.m. for meetings at Henderson Hills Baptist Church, 1200 E. I-35 Frontage Rd.. Instead of childcare, children 7-12 experience Children's Celebrate Recovery dealing with their emotional hurts, led by a licensed counselor. From 5-7 p.m. Sundays Life Hurts, God Heals, for 14-18 high school students. For more information call (405) 513-7458 of chuck.robinson@hhbc.com.



Celebrate Recovery, Memorial Road Church of Christ

Celebrate Recovery is a Christ-centered recovery program that uses the traditional 12 steps and the biblical eight recovery principles. By working and applying these steps and principles, we begin to find healing and freedom. Freedom from our addictive, compulsive and dysfunctional behaviors including depression, anxiety and the effects of divorce, grief, abuse and all addictions. This freedom creates peace, serenity, joy and most importantly, a stronger relationship with God and others.

Every Friday night, we have dinner at 6 p.m. The program begins at 7 p.m. and free childcare is available. Newcomers are welcome every week, so please be our guest.

Contact Information:

Micah Hobbs, Celebrate Recovery ministry director

www.mrcc.org

607-6417



CareSeries, Crossings Community Church

CareSeries is a program of LifeCare Ministries at Crossings Community Church that focuses on equipping individuals with the necessary tools to overcome life’s challenges. Facilitated through support, 12 Step and recovery groups, CareSeries enriches lives by helping individuals holistically—spiritually, emotionally and relationally—address personal difficulties. CareSeries programming provides opportunities for individuals to share with others who are facing similar issues in a confidential, Christian setting. On average, CareSeries serves 250 individuals weekly through a variety of classes and support groups available to men, women and children. More than 20 different opportunities are provided for individuals wishing to participate in CareSeries. Crossings Community Church is located at 14600 N. Portland, Oklahoma City. For more information, visit crossingsokc.org or call 755-2227.



State-certified metro area addiction treatment facilities

Edmond

Edmond Family Counseling, Inc., Alcohol/Drugs

1251 N. Broadway, Suite C Edmond (405) 341-3554



Guthrie

Eagle Ridge Institute, Inc. dba Eagle Ridge Family Treatment Center (Guthrie), Alcohol/Drugs

1916 E. Perkins Guthrie (405) 282-8232

Four Winds Ranch Recovery Center for Adolescent Females, L.L.C., Alcohol/Drugs

501 N. Santa Fe Guthrie (405) 260-0212

Last Daze Recovery Center, Corp., Alcohol/Drugs

821 S. Division St. Guthrie (405) 293-6200

Logan Community Services, Inc., Alcohol/Drugs

4710 S. Division Guthrie (405) 282-5524



El Reno

Gary E. Miller Canadian Co. Children's Justice Center, Alcohol/Drugs

7905 E. Hwy. 66 El Reno 405-262-0202

Youth and Family Services, Inc., Alcohol/Drugs

7565 E. Hwy. 66 El Reno (405) 262-6555



Midwest City

Mid-Del Youth & Family Center, Inc., Alcohol/Drugs

316 S. Midwest Blvd. Midwest City (405) 733-5437



Moore

Moore Alcohol and Drug Center, Inc., Alcohol/Drugs

624 N.W. 5th Moore (405) 799-7761



Norman

4UN Counseling Center, P.L.L.C. (The), Alcohol/Drugs

210 E. Main, Suite 210 Norman 801-2488

Communityworks, L.L.C., Alcohol/Drugs

122 E. Eufaula Norman (405) 447-4499

COPE, Inc., Alcohol/Drugs

1650 W. Tecumseh Rd., Suite 500 Norman (405) 321-0240

Demson Counseling & Associates, Inc., Alcohol/Drugs

Norman Alcohol and Drug Treatment Center, Alcohol/Drugs

900 E. Main, Bldg. 54 Norman (405) 573-6624

Norman Addiction Information & Counseling, Inc.dba NAIC, Alcohol/Drugs

215 W. Linn Norman (405) 321-0022

Norman Addiction Information & Counseling, Inc.dba NAIC, Gambling

215 W. Linn Norman (405) 321-0022



Oklahoma City

A Chance to Change Foundation, Alcohol/Drugs

5228 Classen Circle Oklahoma City(405) 840-9000

A Chance to Change Foundation, Gambling

5228 Classen Circle Oklahoma City (405) 840-9000

Alcohol Training & Education, Inc., Alcohol/Drugs

3160 N. Portland Avenue Oklahoma City (405) 943-7483

Carver Transitional Center, L.L.C., Alcohol/Drugs

400 S. May Oklahoma City (405) 232-8233

Center Point, Inc. (OKC), Alcohol/Drugs

5245 S. I-35 Service Road Oklahoma City (405) 605-2488

Central Okla., Community Mental Health Center

909 E. Alameda Norman (405) 360-5100

Community Action Agency of Ok. & Canadian Counties dba Turning Point, Alcohol/Drugs

1607 S.W. 15th Oklahoma City (405) 232-0199

Community Adolescent Rehabilitation Effort (CARE) for Change, Inc., Alcohol/Drugs

3621 N. Kelly, Suite 100 Oklahoma City (405) 524-5525

COPE, Inc.

2701 N. Okla. Ave. Oklahoma City (405) 528-8686

Cornerstone Counseling & Consulting, Inc., Alcohol/Drugs

312 N.E. 28th, Suite 101 Oklahoma City (405) 231-3150

Crossroads Youth & Family Services, Inc., Alcohol/Drugs

1330 Classen Blvd., Suite 215 Oklahoma City (405) 553-9997

Drug Recovery, Inc. dba Catalyst Behavioral Services, Alcohol/Drugs

3033 N. Walnut Ave., East Bldg. Oklahoma City (405) 232-9804

Effective Transitions, Inc., Alcohol/Drugs

245-A W. Wilshire Oklahoma City (405) 286-3900

Family Development and Intervention Services, Inc., Alcohol/Drugs

5131 N. Classen Blvd., Suite 110 Oklahoma City (405) 767-1126

Family Recovery, Inc. dba Family Recovery Counseling Center, Alcohol/Drugs

3700 N. Classen, Suite 240 Oklahoma City (405) 879-0482

Hope Community Services, Inc. Community Mental Health Center

105 S.E. 45th Oklahoma City (405) 632-1900

Jordan's Crossing, Inc., Alcohol/Drugs

301 S.W. 74th Oklahoma City (405) 604-9644

Latino Community Development Agency, Inc., Alcohol/Drugs

420 S.W. 10th Oklahoma City (405) 236-0701

Lighthouse Counseling Services, Inc., Alcohol/Drugs

3837 N.W. 23rd Street Oklahoma City (405) 942-8115

Maximus Counseling, Inc., Alcohol/Drugs

5714 S. Western Oklahoma City (405) 601-1154

Mission Treatment Centers, Inc. dba Life Improvement Center (OKC), Opiod Dependency Treatment

1214 N. Hudson Oklahoma City (405) 239-6815

MMLD, Inc. dba New Beginnings Counseling Services, Alcohol/Drugs

1330 Classen Blvd., Suite 302 Oklahoma City (405) 601-2307

New Alternatives Center, L.L.C., Alcohol/Drugs

510 N. Hudson Oklahoma City (405) 601-4669

New Day Recovery Youth & Family Services, Inc., Alcohol/Drugs

4420 N. Lincoln Oklahoma City (405) 525-0452

New Day Recovery Youth & Family Services, Inc., Gambling

4420 N. Lincoln Oklahoma City (405) 525-0452

New Discoveries Youth and Family Services, Inc., Alcohol/Drugs

628 N.E. 4th Oklahoma City (405) 232-1401

New Restoration Counseling Center, L.L.C., Alcohol/Drugs

2401 N.W. 39th, Suite 200 Oklahoma City (405) 601-6717

North Okla. Co. MH Center, Inc., Community Mental Health Center

4436 N.W. 50th Oklahoma City (405) 858-2700

Oklahoma Treatment Services, L.L.C. dba Rightway Medical, Opiod Dependency Treatment

9017 S. I-35 Service Road Oklahoma City (405) 616-3366

Okla. MH Council, Inc. dba Red Rock BHS Community Mental Health Clinic

4400 N. Lincoln Blvd. Oklahoma City (405) 424-7711

Open Options, Inc., Alcohol/Drugs

2401 N.W. 39th, Suite 103 Oklahoma City (405) 557-1655

Pathways Professional Counseling, Inc., Alcohol/Drugs

2212 N.W. 50th, Suite 241C Oklahoma City (405) 842-7284

Quapaw Counseling Services, Opiod Dependency Treatment

1301 S.E. 59th St. Oklahoma City (405) 672-3033

Reach for the Light, Inc. dba The Enrichment Center, Alcohol/Drugs

1418 Linwood Blvd. Oklahoma City (405) 601-0295

Referral Center for Alcohol and Drug Services of Central Okla., Inc. (The), Alcohol/Drugs

215 N.W. 25th Oklahoma City (405) 525-2525

Southern Oklahoma Treatment Services dba Transitions Treatment OKC Opiod Dependency Treatment

4149 Highline Blvd., Suite 380 OKC (405) 942-7650

Specialized Outpatient Services, Inc., Alcohol/Drugs

5208 N. Classen Circle Oklahoma City (405) 810-1766

Total Life Counseling Foundation, Alcohol/Drugs

3000 United Founders Bvd.,Ste.239 Oklahoma City (405) 840-7040

Valley Hope Assoc. dba Oklahoma City Valley Hope, Alcohol/Drugs

6110 N.W. 63rd St. Oklahoma City (405) 946-7337

VCPHCS IV, L.L.C. dba New Beginnings Medical Center, Opiod Dependency Treatment

5401 S.W. 29th St. Oklahoma City (405) 681-2003

Youth Services for Okla. Co., Inc., Alcohol/Drugs

201 N.E. 50th Oklahoma City (405) 235-7537



Yukon

Center for Positive Change, Inc., Alcohol/Drugs

1607 Professional Circle Yukon (405) 265-2800



Local Counseling

Edmond Family Counseling

1251 N. Broadway, Suite C.

(405) 341-3554

A prominent professional resource for counseling in our community committed to providing counseling and educational programs to individuals, families and groups in Edmond and surrounding communities.

Edmond Family Counseling serves as a professional referral source for Edmond schools, churches, Edmond Juvenile Court, area health clinics, hospitals and other civic organizations in the area.

Edmond Family Counseling offers:

Individual counseling

Couples counseling

Family counseling

Adolescent counseling

Child counseling



Sean W. Ferrell, Ph.D., certified drug and alcohol counselor

Free one-hour consultation (evenings and weekends)

514-5483 (Call after 6 p.m. Monday-Friday and anytime on Saturday or Sunday)

2 E. 11th Street, Suite 101 Edmond

Mike Boss or Karen Bentley Mannix

Oklahoma Outreach

(405) 848-9393

1700 West Britton Road, Oklahoma City

Ron Tewksbury, interventionist

833-9733

Debbie Moore, M.A., L.P.C.

(405) 285-4700

(405) 822-1297 (cell)

1601 Medical Center Drive, Edmond

debbiejmoore@cox.net

Debbie specializes in counseling adolescents and adults in individual, family and marriage counseling, including addictions. Emphasis in counseling parents/families of using/recovering adolescents.

Mike Maddox

Specialized Outpatient Services, Inc.

5208 N. Classen Circle, Oklahoma City

(405) 810-1766, ext. 223

Mike has local on-site drug testing

Kyle McGraw, licensed professional counselor, licensed alcohol and drug counselor

Transforming Life Counseling Center

16301 Sonoma Park Drive (164th and N. Penn), Edmond

(405) 246-LIFE [5433]

(405) 826-6997 (cell)

Kyle specializes in individual, group, marriage and family counseling, co-dependency education and counsel, adolescent counseling, drug and alcohol training and interventions

Web: www.TLCCOK.com

Patty Gail Patten, M.S. licensed professional counseling, licensed marriage and family therapist, licensed alcohol and drug counselor

171 Bridgestone Blvd., Edmond

(918) 284-0733 (cell)

pgpatten@cox.net

Patty is experienced with substance abuse and behavioral health issues. She provides counseling for Individuals, couples and families both in group and individual sessions.



Local Educational Classes

Patty Gail Patten, M.S., licensed professional counseling, licensed marriage and family therapist, licensed alcohol and drug counselor

171 Bridgestone Blvd., Edmond

(918) 284-0733 (cell)

pgpatten@cox.net

Patty conducts educational classes on a wide range of topics such as Sexual Abuse/Trauma Survivors, Self-Esteem, Addictions, Co-Dependency/Relationship Issues, Gender specific issues both for men and women. DUI Assessments.



Kyle McGraw, LADC, LPC

Transforming Life Counseling Center

16301 Sonoma Park Dr., Oklahoma City

(405) 246-LIFE (5433)

kyledmcgraw@yahoo.com

Men's Recovery group meets every Thursday at 7:30 p.m.. This program is for men who are recovering from addictive disorders.

Kyle works with addictive disorders, and with many individuals and families returning from inpatient treatment programs. Intervention training for families/individuals who are concerned about a friend or loved one who are abusing or addicted. Couple counseling, individual and family counseling available.

Co-dependency counseling also is available.



State help lines

800-522-9054 -- State 24-hour mental health and substance abuse services helpline

800-522-4700 -- State problem gambling helpline

800-522-8336 -- State confidential helpline for teens, who can call about boyfriend/girlfriend problems, family relationships, drugs and alcohol, sexuality and other topics

800-273-TALK -- Suicide prevention lifeline

800 QUIT NOW --Tobacco helpline



State, federal Web sites

www.odmhsas.org/subab.htm -- Information on ODMHSAS satellite offices with offerings including assessment and referral, detoxification, outpatient counseling, residential treatment, substance abuse education, transitional living and aftercare services

www.findtreatment.samhsa.gov -- Lists federal, state, local and private facilities that provide drug abuse and alcoholism treatment services and includes locator maps



To add an Edmond area program to this list, e-mail reporter Mark Schlachtenhaufen at www.edmondsun.com