Behavioral Health Services

Cherokee Nation Behavioral Health Services offers a variety of programs. These include mental health services, substance abuse treatment, and community-based programs promoting mental health. We also offer programs designed to help prevent substance abuse and other risky behaviors.

Presentations and technical assistance to schools and community organizations are available on topics including alcohol and drugs, violence, mental health, suicide, and reproductive health. Outpatient services include individual and family therapy, substance abuse counseling, relapse prevention, parenting skills for disorders of childhood, psychological testing and crisis intervention. 

 

Click here to view a CADCA video on drugs and mental health featuring Cherokee Nation's Behavioral Health Services.

General Contact
behavioralhealth@cherokee.org (918)-453-5000 OR 1-800-256-0671