People who have substance abuse problems and those affected tend to keep these problems closely guarded for many reasons, but it is apparent to the persons affected as well as others. When situations worsen, the problem becomes more apparent.
Consequences are costly. Early identification of problem areas and early outpatient treatment promotes better family functioning and may avert the higher costs of residential treatment, hospitals or other health care, legal costs, loss of job and productivity.
The Oaks offers treatment at costs based on personal income level and family size. The Oaks also accepts insurance and Medicaid reimbursement.
The Oaks is partially funded by the Oklahoma Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services. No one is turned away because of inability to pay for services.
All of the substance abuse treatment programs provided by The Oaks are co-occurring capable. Identification of clients is strictly protected by Federal and State Confidentiality Laws.