The Otoe Missouria Tribe’s substance abuse treatment program was founded in 1973 in Red Rock, Oklahoma, a very small town just outside of the Osage Reservation. The organization offers treatment through outpatient counseling to adult men and women of Native American descent.
Treatment and Staff
The treatment process begins with an in-person assessment with a counselor. The program consists of individual and group therapy that uses CBT and Motivational Interviewing (MI), as well as anger management, education, peer sharing and relapse prevention. There is also a group designed to address issues specific to the Native American community. Groups are generally small and range from five to 15 clients each. Individual sessions are scheduled as needed. The exact length and intensity of the program is based on the counselor assessment, therefore varies for each person.
The organization is not equipped to treat clients with a dual diagnosis but referrals to outside mental health providers can be made.
The staff at Otoe are all CADCs.
Otoe offers family counseling upon client consent.
Otoe Missouria Tribe provides affordable, culturally-specific outpatient treatment to adult men and women in the Red Rock area. A flexible length of programming, evidence-based therapeutic methods and small group sizes all make this facility a great option for Native Americans in the Osage Reservation region who are struggling with substance abuse.
Otoe Missouria Tribe
8151 Hwy 177
Red Rock, OK 74651
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