Alcohol and Substance Use and Abuse Resources

Alcohol and Substance Use Screenings


ULifeline offers confidential self-screening tools and information for 4 of the most common mental health conditions that college students face. If a person screens positive for a disorder, it does not mean that they have that diagnosis; it means that they should follow up with a physician or mental health provider for further evaluation.

Find a Treatment Provider

SAMHSA-Treatment Locator

Use the following website to find providers in your area that can assist you in addressing your mental health needs.

SAMHSA-Mental Health Provider Treatment Locator


SAFEProject is a non-profit organization that takes an evidence-based approach to stopping the addiction epidemic in the United States. Students can find local providers via using the Treatment Locator at the top of the home page.

Local Resources


Palmer offers outpatient substance abuse programs for adults and adolescents. Palmer also offers a woman’s residential treatment program (children 12 & under are able to stay with their mother). All programs are at no cost to the participant.

5319 S. Lewis #219
Tulsa, OK 74105
(918) 832-7762


12&12 offers detox, residential and outpatient services to adults. Treatment is available for both those with and without insurance.

6333 E. Skelly Dr.
Tulsa, OK, 74135
(918) 664-4224

Counseling & Recovery Services of Oklahoma

Counseling & Recovery Services provides outpatient opioid dependence treatment, counseling services and psychiatric services.

7010 S. Yale, Ste 215
Tulsa, OK, 74136

Alcoholics Anonymous

Learn more about Alcoholics Anonymous, including meeting times and locations of local support groups.

Alcoholics Anonymous (for friends or family of alcoholics)

Al‑Anon is a mutual support program for people whose lives have been affected by someone else’s drinking. By sharing common experiences and applying the Al-Anon principles, families and friends of alcoholics can bring positive changes to their individual situations, whether or not the alcoholic admits the existence of a drinking problem or seeks help.

Narcotics Anonymous

Learn more about Narcotics Anonymous, including meeting times and locations of local support groups

Naloxone -Opioid Overdose Treatment

Naloxone is a medication used to reverse the effects of opioid overdose. Specifically, naloxone allows an overdose victim to breathe normally. It is not addictive and cannot be abused.

You should consider having Naloxone if you or someone you care about:

  • Uses alcohol, benzodiazepines, or muscle relaxers with opioids
  • Has liver, kidney or breathing problems
  • Uses illicit opioids such as heroine or fentanyl.
  • Are concerned that someone close to you may overdose.

Free Naloxone Providers

Center for Therapeutic Interventions {CTI}

7477 E. 46th Pl., Tulsa, OK 74145
(918) 384-0002

CREOKS-Tulsa Clinic

4103 S. Yale Ave, Tulsa, OK {the old Mervyns store}
(918) 382-7300

Human Skills & Resources

2140 S. Harvard Ave, Tulsa, OK
(918) 747-6377

Rightway Medical

3445 S. Sheridan Rd, Tulsa, OK
(918) 610-3366

12 & 12

6333 E. Skelly Dr, Tulsa, OK
(918) 664-4224