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Focused on the Person. 

Not Just the Diagnosis.

Mental health care is more than simply a treatment plan. It’s about treating the whole person—mind, body and emotional well-being. That’s why we provide immediate access to integrated care in the least restrictive environment possible. The minute we’re contacted, we begin work on stabilizing the crisis, but also assessing the person holistically including other healthcare or personal needs outside of the crisis. Some call it a “continuum of care.” We call it the right thing to do.

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Crisis Services

Crises can’t wait. That’s why we offer multiple crisis treatment access points including 24/7 Mobile Crisis teams, 24/7 Crisis Stabilization Centers/Urgent Recovery Centers, and a 24/7 Crisis Line at 1-800-722-3611. If you or someone you know is experiencing a mental health crisis, please call now.

Crisis services include, but are not limited to, the following. Click to learn more. 


  • 24/7 immediate access to care for anyone experiencing behavioral health crisis. Walk right in to any of our area GRAND URCs anytime and get the help you need. Our trained crisis professionals will get you stabilized and comfortable. We’ll also begin work on a treatment plan to ensure you step down to the appropriate lower level of continuous care that meets your needs.

  • The same 24/7 access as our Urgent Recovery Centers is available to those in crisis and unable to voluntarily seek help. Our GRAND SCCs provide a secure environment for de-escalation, stabilization and medication management. The SCC serves as a preferred alternative to incarceration or traditional hospital ER admission. Not only are we able to provide individuals the help they need, we also step in to allow police and law officials to return to the important work they do to keep our communities safe.

  • When kids are in crisis, the best environment for them may be the familiarity and security of their own home. Our Children’s Mobile Crisis teams come to you to offer the same de-escalation and therapeutic intervention services available in our crisis centers. Once stabilized, our team will work to keep your child safe and engaged in the most appropriate level of care to meet their ongoing needs.

  • We are honored to partner with the 988 Lifeline, providing direct crisis response to 988 callers needing in-person support. Our 988 Mobile Crisis Response teams serve northeast and north central Oklahoma. 988 operators who deem a caller warrants live attention will dispatch our team to the caller’s location. Our skilled crisis professionals will take it from there.

  • This first-of-its-kind facility provides a full spectrum of crisis services to serve families in need and keep them together. Services include a 24/7 Walk-in Family Urgent Recovery Center designed for immediate stabilization… the Family Crisis Center, allowing for additional short-term crisis care (2-3 days) as needed… and finally, our Brief Stay Therapeutic Home which provides a more intensive 5-day individualized family treatment program on-site.

  • This first-of-its-kind facility provides a full spectrum of crisis services to serve families in need and keep them together. Services include a 24/7 Walk-in Family Urgent Recovery Center designed for immediate stabilization… the Family Crisis Center, allowing for additional short-term crisis care (2-3 days) as needed… and finally, our Brief Stay Therapeutic Home which provides a more intensive 5-day individualized family treatment program on-site.

  • GRAND Family Assessment Centers provide a safe, therapeutic starting point for children and families experiencing child crisis. Offering intervention and stabilization services, the FACs are designed to reduce the trauma associated with traditional hospital visits and increase the potential of diverting children from higher levels of care, therefore resulting in better long-term outcomes.


Community Services

Community Services relate to any/all of the internal and external behavioral health support services we offer across our 13 counties in northeast and north central Oklahoma. We are proud to be a part of the communities we serve and honored to support our neighbors in need.

We also work with many different community partner organizations, providing a variety of programs and offering custom plans to meet your specific needs. Whether you’re a school, police department, health system without mental health resources, or an agency working with underserved areas, the homeless, and those with substance abuse issues, we can help. Call us and let’s start working together.

Community services include, but are not limited to, the following. Click to learn more.


  • Supportive, confidential spaces for individuals to explore thoughts, feelings and behaviors with a trained GRAND therapist. Through shared dialogue and evidence-based practices, clients find a safe and supportive environment to alleviate distress, improve coping skills and promote personal growth and well-being.

  • A collaborative approach where family members engage with a licensed GRAND therapist to address issues impacting the family unit as a whole. Family therapy offers a supportive and collaborative environment where families work together to overcome challenges, strengthen relationships, and promote individual and collective well-being. The focus is on improving communication and resolving conflicts within family relationships.

  • Bringing mental health professionals and people in need together in a group setting, allowing participants to broaden their understanding of their mental health concerns while finding support from the clinician and the group members themselves.

  • GRAND’s anytime/anywhere approach to treatment includes virtual services via customized iPads complete with the patented MyCare application. Clients can engage in routine therapeutic services from the comfort and safety of their own homes. In addition, virtual services include a one-touch button to connect 24/7 with a GRAND behavioral health specialist for crisis situations including relapse prevention. Every client is provided a GRAND iPad for unbridled access to treatment services.

    • Infant Therapy – focuses on the emotional well-being and development of infants and their caregivers. The primary goal of infant therapy is to promote healthy attachment between the infant and parent, or primary caregiver. Healthy early attachment lays the foundation for strong relationships later in life.

    • BISS, Behavioral Intervention Services in Schools, is a program that provides extra support for students, giving them one-on-one help with behavioral needs while in school. Launched in 2016, BISS has grown to serve more than 130 schools in Northeastern and North Central Oklahoma, greatly benefitting students and their families, along with the teachers, counselors, and administrators who invest in their lives.

    • Wrap Around Services – assist children and families by “wrapping” them with needed supports and services and discovering ways for the family to help themselves. In this model, families choose “family teams” made up of both formal supports (school personnel, DHS, OJA, etc.) and informal supports (friends, extended family, neighbors, church members, etc.) within the community. These “teams” help families learn how to resolve crisis situations and improve overall functionality.

  • Serving the 60+ population with a variety of services and working to advance age-friendly business and community training to help provide information on best practices for those in the aging population.

  • GRAND is honored to offer a range of mental health and substance abuse treatment programs and resources specifically tailored to meet the needs of veterans. These services aim to address the unique challenges and experiences faced by individuals who have served in the military. Services include counseling, substance abuse treatment, PTSD treatment, medication management, peer support, rehabilitation and support services.

    • Delivering care with a trauma-informed approach, recognizing that all people may or have experienced trauma that can directly affect their mental and physical health and adjusting care accordingly.

  • GRAND Care Coordinators connect clients with access to community resources and needed services including medical, financial aid, housing, food assistance, transportation, employment, educational and other essential human services.

  • For some, prescription medication, as part of an overall treatment plan, can help with mental and emotional challenges and/or behavioral issues. Our board-certified psychiatrists and licensed physicians will supervise your medical care and help you find the best treatment options for your needs.

  • We serve various programs for individuals involved in the court system such as Mental Health Court, Drug Court, Community Sentencing, Pretrial Release Program, Early Diversion Program, and Federal Probation & Parole. We also offer a free screening program for felony-level offenders to determine the mental health, substance use and risk factors that can directly impact a defendant’s criminal case. We can help clients identify alternatives to incarceration or treatment services that may be an option at the time of sentencing. This can also help determine if any of the above programs would benefit a given individual.

  • Our dedicated Outreach Team meets those with behavioral health/substance abuse issues where they are. This GRAND ‘streets team” is out in the communities we serve offering assistance and resources to those vulnerable populations in need. Whether that’s connecting individuals with social services, offering a meal or warm blanket, providing basic health screenings or transporting those ready for help to any GRAND facility to begin services with us, our team is there and ready to help.


Addiction Recovery Services

We provide substance use and addiction treatment services for youth and adults. Our GRAND Addiction Recovery Center – located on our Tulsa campus -provides a full array of addiction treatment services from stabilization and detox to residential treatment and outpatient services, all in one centralized location. If addiction has seized you or a loved one, we can help

Addiction recovery services include, but are not limited to, the following. Click to learn more.


  • A first-of-its kind 24/7 walk-in Urgent Recovery Center specifically designed and staffed to meet the needs of individuals experiencing substance abuse crisis. This immediate access point means we are here to help when those struggling with drug and alcohol abuse are ready to receive it. No more having to schedule admissions screenings days or weeks out, through our Tulsa Substance Abuse Urgent Recovery Center, we begin the treatment process via safe and secure stabilization on demand.

  • This is our highest level of care for individuals at a high-risk for medical complications during withdrawal. The program involves medical monitoring protocols, staffed by registered nurses. Primary care oversight is administered by a SAMHSA certified addiction medicine physician.

  • Facilitated by a licensed or under supervision Primary Counselor, this 30-60 day in-patient substance abuse and co-occurring disorders treatment program includes integrated, individual, group and educational counseling services including: anger management, grief recovery, self-esteem enhancement, coping skills acquisition, stress management skills, interpersonal relationship-building skills, gender-specific issues and relapse prevention.

  • Providing an intensive, outpatient program for individuals with a severe substance use or co-occurring disorder. This can be individuals who are needing a higher level of care or are stepping down from residential treatment.

  • Intensive Outpatient Treatment/Outpatient Treatment - These programs are designed for clients who are stepping down from detox, residential treatment, transitional living, or may not require residential admission but still need an outpatient clinical engagement. The specific number of counseling sessions and total number of weeks is based on individual needs. Day and evening sessions are available to accommodate work and childcare needs.

  • For clients who have successfully completed residential substance abuse services and are prepared to experience gradual step-down to a lower level of care, we have our Halfway/Transitional Living program. This program gives clients the opportunity to work and develop skills to create or restore balance between work, family and leisure. Clients must be employed or attending school and they must continue counseling.

  • Providing street outreach and harm reduction; placement for those struggling with addiction into medical-supervised detox, drug, and alcohol treatment; outpatient services and sober living programs; distribution of Narcan and fentanyl test strips; HIV/HCV testing and referrals for care and treatment.

    • Serving clients discharging from GRAND Addiction Recovery Center in the Tulsa area by providing virtual 24/7 support to assist in recovery and prevent relapse.

    • For some, prescription medication, as part of an overall addiction treatment plan, can help with physical, mental and emotional challenges and/or behavioral associated with substance use disorders. Our board-certified psychiatrists and licensed physicians carefully manage MAT programs to maximize clients individualized recoveries.

    • We offer a customized and proven treatment program for individuals addicted to Methamphetamine. Group counseling and engagement with others experiencing the same addiction serve as the cornerstone for our MDT program.

    • Nothing aids someone struggling with addiction and substance abuse disorder than to work with others who have had shared life experiences and found their way to recovery. Our peer recovery team play an integral role in the treatment process.


Specialty Services and Programs

While not all our services and programs fall neatly under one of the categories above, they’re all just as transformative and life-changing.

Specialty services and programs include, but are not limited to, the following. Click to learn more.


  • GRAND Mental Health is proud to partner with local law enforcement agencies to provide behavioral health and crisis support to the communities we serve. We equip police patrol cars with a GRAND iPad, allowing officers to connect individuals with one of our licensed crisis professionals in real time when officers are called out to mental health crisis situations. This helps officers in deescalating serious situations and provides those in serious distress with immediate support. Further, we partner with law enforcement to utilize one of our behavioral health 24/7 Urgent Recovery Centers, when circumstances allow, to engage individuals in treatment and provide an alternative to incarceration. Virtual behavioral health services are also available via our police iPads. Law enforcement support is critical for addressing the unique challenges and stressors faced by law enforcement officers. Law enforcement personnel often encounter traumatic events, high-pressure situations, and emotional stress in their line of duty, which can have significant impacts on their mental health and well-being.

    • Responding to police calls that are mental health in nature, police officers and GRAND mental health professionals respond and provide services directly on the street or refer and “warm handoff” to the appropriate services. This limits incarceration, use of force, and allows law enforcement to utilize manpower more effectively.

  • The GRAND IPS team offers employment and education support that helps GRAND clients find meaningful work and/or vocational training. Studies have proven that clients experience significantly better long-term mental health outcomes when they are able to engage in livelihoods and learnings that respect their individual strengths, interests, current skills, and desires. Our IPS Team can connect individuals with the right opportunities to assure a leg-up in their ongoing wellbeing. IPS will also work with clients in developing resumes, interview trainings and other job related preparations.

  • The GRAND Housing team provide vital housing support services encompassing a range of programs and initiatives all aimed at assisting individuals and families with their housing needs. These services are designed to address various challenges related to housing instability, homelessness, and housing affordability. By providing a range of resources and support, these programs help individuals and families achieve stable, safe, and affordable housing situations which, in turn, leads to better long-term mental health outcomes.

  • Recent studies suggest that 2 in 10 Americans suffer from depression and 30% of those are diagnosed with Treatment-Resistant Depression (TRD). For those with TRD, life can be overwhelming, at times even suicidal thoughts or actions occur. The GRAND Infusion Center was designed to meet the needs of Oklahomans suffering from TRD and includes Ketamine and Esketamine (SPRAVATO) treatment regimes. Both Ketamine and Esketamine represent state-of-the-art approaches to treating Major Depressive Disorder, particularly in individuals who have not responded to traditional antidepressant medications. The GRAND Infusion Center operates under the leadership of Psychiatrist Kahlil Michael Saliba, M. D. Collectively, our GRAND Infusion Center treatment team has over 25 years of experience in the medical field, with specialized experience in the area of Treatment Resistant Major Depressive Disorder, including Ketamine treatment. The team played a vital role in the state of Oklahoma’s Spravato launch, after FDA approval in March 2019.

  • Grand offers two community summer camps for children each year. Camps are led by our Chief Compliance Officer/ “Wellness Champion” and staffed by GRAND employees. Kids are taught basic health and life skills, as well as provided the opportunity to participate in shared adventure and wellness activities and group discussions.