Behavioral Health

(918) 207-4977 | email us

Cherokee Nation Behavioral Health offers a variety of services to all Native Americans. These include individual and group therapy for mental health, substance, and alcohol abuse. We also offer prevention programs to the communities designed for substance and alcohol abuse, domestic violence, and suicide.

Outpatient services include individual and group therapy for mental health, substance and alcohol abuse, relapse prevention, anger management, women’ s support, family therapy, parenting education; psychological testing; psychiatry medicine evaluation; and crisis intervention. These services are provided for adult, children, adolescents, and families.

Inpatient referrals can be provided for psychiatric stabilization, residential mental health, substance and alcohol abuse, and withdrawal management.  Must complete assessments from one of our locations and qualify for Contract Health services.

Presentations and technical assistance to schools and community organizations are available on prevention and resource topics including alcohol and substance abuse, violence, and mental health.

Locations:

Tahlequah Adult Outpatient Clinic; 1325 E. Boone, Tahlequah OK 74464, 918-207-4977, M-Thur 7:30-7pm, Friday 7:30a-5p

Tahlequah Pediatric and Family (HERO) & Prevention Programs, 1510 Shawnee Circle, Tahlequah, OK 74464; 918-772-4004, M-Thur 8am-8pm, Friday 8a-5p

W. W. Hastings Hospital

Cherokee Nation Health Centers (various locations)

Hours and services vary per location

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