Get Mental Health Help



Support Groups

Each of our free support groups in Tulsa and Oklahoma City is led by a mental health professional. We offer support groups related to depression, PTSD, bipolar and others.


Teen Wellness Screen

If you are concerned about your adolescent’s mental health, our Tulsa and Oklahoma City offices offer by-appointment­-only wellness screenings.


Suicide Prevention Training

To schedule a free one-hour QPR suicide prevention training for your business, school, faith community or civic organization, you may call 918.585.1213 or 405.943.3700.


Employment Support

Our transitional employment services provide added support and assistance for people looking to eventually move back into the workplace, who may face more significant barriers to employment.


Mental Health Assistance

Get mental health help today. Call us and we’ll navigate the mental health and homelessness systems so you can connect to essential services in the community today.



For people experiencing mental illness and homelessness, we can help you achieve housing and connect you to vital services in Tulsa or Oklahoma City.


Have you visited our drop-in centers?

Our peer-run drop-in centers in Tulsa and Oklahoma City provide a social forum for participants 18 and older who want to enjoy a place of unconditional acceptance. You can get mental health help as you become more socially active and effectively progress on your road to recovery while building strong and supportive relationships within the community.


Denver House

252 West 17th Place in Tulsa I 918.585.1213

Operating Hours:
Monday: Closed
Tuesday – Saturday 11:00 a.m.-7:30 p.m.
Sunday: Closed


Lottie House

1311 North Lottie Avenue in Oklahoma City I 405.600.3074

Operating Hours:
Monday: Closed
Tuesday – Saturday: 11:00 a.m.-7:00 p.m.
Sunday: Closed


Justice and Mental Health Training Center

Schedule your free and customized training today. Our instructor, Jennifer Sullivan, teaches various criminal justice stakeholders how to compassionately interact with a person at risk of being justice involved. She also provides options for diversion and connection to resources.

Topics covered include mental health, substance use disorders, stigma, accessing community resources, creating environments that allow for de-escalation, trauma, and suicide prevention. 



Notify Our Homeless Outreach & Rapid Response Team

Click the link below to fill out a Homeless Outreach & Rapid Response form. This form is designed for a mix of public use and reporting with law enforcement and security agencies. Once you fill it out, our team will respond as soon as possible.



A Better Way

Tulsa’s A Better Way initiative helps give people impacted by mental illness and homelessness an alternative to asking for pocket change on street corners.

We offer a different kind of change — the kind that pays people for a day’s work beautifying our city.

A Better Way makes a difference by helping to give people the dignity of work as they connect to life-changing services in our community, such as shelter, housing, mental health and addiction treatment, and other more sustainable employment services.