Mental Health Assistance Center
Referral & Counseling
Connecting People to Mental Health Services
Prevention means moving upstream from a potential mental health crisis. Diffusing a problem and helping individuals or families connect with resources can offer relief and hope. Exploring options for support and services helps people build strength and resilience. This is at the heart of our SunBridge Referral & Counseling program: Screening, referral, and pro bono counseling.
Community Referral Line
For many people, finding mental health information and connecting with services is daunting. Seeking counseling, support groups, and other services requires navigating a complex network of community resources.
Our free resource referral line provides one-on-one customer service to help find the best referral option for each individual or family member in need.
This includes how to access services, our support, and recovery program, along with housing, opportunities for free mental health screenings, and more. We’re here to work with you to help navigate through the mental health system!
Call us Monday-Friday, 8:30 am-5 pm 918.585.1213 or 405.943.3700. You may also email us firstname.lastname@example.org.
Pro Bono Counseling
Linking People with Licensed Mental Health Professionals
The pro bono aspect of the SunBridge program assists individuals who are in need of counseling services, but may be uninsured, underinsured or unable to afford their insurance co-pay. The program provides consultation, screening, and referral. If services are deemed appropriate, we match them with a therapist in their area.
We assist people with recent losses or transition difficulties on a short-term basis. It is not designed to serve people living with chronic or severe mental illness. This can include individual therapy for adults, family therapy, marital counseling, grief counseling or parental consultation.
Who provides SunBridge services?
Therapists from a variety of disciplines donate their time to make SunBridge possible in Oklahoma. Each professional has indicated areas of expertise so that the most appropriate match can be made with a therapist.
Who is eligible for SunBridge services?
Participation is based on family income and current extenuating circumstances that would affect the ability to pay for mental health services out of pocket. Eligibility will be discussed during the initial phone consultation for SunBridge services.
How We Can Help
If you or someone you care about needs help, contact us to get connected with a trained and caring professional. Our pro bono counseling program, SunBridge, assists people in need of counseling services but may be uninsured, underinsured or unable to afford their insurance co-pay.
How to Become a Pro Bono Counselor?
We are seeking volunteer therapists from a variety of disciplines to provide critical services for participants who would otherwise be unable to access treatment due to the lack of resources, including health insurance or adequate income. Contact our team using the form below.