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1   Link   Chickasha Chamber of Commerce
2   Link   Oklahoma Dept of Mental Health
Everyone needs help sometime. And when that moment comes, you want the process to be as simple as possible. The Department understands how difficult seeking mental health services for yourself or your loved one can be, and continuously strives to improve program accessibility. Our providers, whether state operated or contracted private non-profits, are commissioned to provide services that promote consumer empowerment, wellness, recovery, and integration in the community. Building on the individual’s strengths, mental health programs are designed to provide trauma-informed, gender sensitive, co-occurring, age appropriate and culturally competent treatment.

3   Link   ODMHSAS Tobacco Cessation Program
Oklahoma Dept of Mental Health Substance Abuse Services: Treating nicotine dependence is a life saving measure that is a critical component of holistic, personalized treatment planning. Persons being treated for substance use disorders often want to quit tobacco and want help with quitting. Research indicates that treating nicotine dependence does not appear to negatively impact the treatment of alcohol and other drugs. It has been established that the treatment of such co-existing disorders can be accomplished successfully.

4   Link   Transparenting
TransParenting® is a four-hour, interactive experience that focuses on how effective parenting during this time of transition can lessen the negative impact of divorce and parental separation on children. While focusing on a Co-Parenting approach, trained masters-level instructors use a multi-media format that teaches parents how to best lead their changing families to a successful and positive outcome.

5   Link   Oklahoma Commission on Children and Youth
The mission of the Oklahoma Commission on Children and Youth is to improve services to children by: facilitating joint planning and coordination among public and private agencies; independent monitoring of the children and youth service system for compliance with established responsibilities; and entering into agreements to test models and demonstration programs for effective services.
6   Link   Office of Juvenile Affairs
The Office of Juvenile Affairs is a state agency entrusted by the people of Oklahoma to provide professional prevention, education, and treatment services as well as secure facilities for juveniles in order to promote public safety and reduce juvenile delinquency.
7   Link   Oklahoma Association of Youth Services
Our association is comprised of 40 "designated" not-for-profit Youth Service Agencies located throughout Oklahoma. A local board of directors governs each Youth Services Agency. Youth Services Agencies are dedicated to providing high quality services to our state's greatest assets-children, youth and families.
8   Link   Oklahoma Dept of Human Services
The Oklahoma Department of Human Services (OKDHS) offers programs, services and resources to Oklahoma's most needy and vulnerable residents.
9   Link   Oklahoma Office of the Attorney General
Our office is dedicated to fighting corruption, protecting Oklahoma's vulnerable citizens and advocating excellence in the administration of the law, justice and protecting the interests of the great state of Oklahoma and her citizens.
10   Link   Oklahoma Health Care Authority
The Oklahoma Health Care Authority is the primary entity in the state of Oklahoma charged with controlling costs of state-purchased health care. The agency must balance this fiscal responsibility with two, equally important goals: 1.Assuring that state-purchased health care meets acceptable standards of care; and 2.Ensuring that citizens of Oklahoma who rely on state-purchased health care are served in a progressive and positive system.
11   Link   Sooner Care Application
SoonerCare (Oklahoma Medicaid) is a health coverage program jointly funded by the federal and state government. This program helps pay some or all medical bills for many people who can't afford them. The Oklahoma Health Care Authority (OHCA) is the state agency that administers the program and determines financial eligibility for the program.


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