Parkside was founded in 1959 in Tulsa, Oklahoma by Herman P. Taubman and other local community leaders as a mental health organization. Today, Parkside offers outpatient substance abuse treatment to adult men and women in the Tulsa area.
Treatment and Staff
Parkside does not offer detox at this time so clients experiencing withdrawal symptoms must complete this phase elsewhere before to beginning treatment. Parkside offers an Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) that consists of both group and individual therapy and runs for eight weeks, meeting Monday, Wednesday and Friday for group. Groups have a maximum of eight clients and last for three hours at a time. Counselors use a variety of treatment techniques including CBT, DBT, education, sharing, coping skills, anger management and relapse prevention. Clients are also introduced to the 12 steps and strongly encouraged to attend outside AA and NA meetings while in treatment. Individual sessions are scheduled as needed.
The aftercare program that consists of an hour-long group meeting once a week, which focuses on relapse prevention techniques and additional resources to help clients maintain long-term sobriety.
Parkside offers dynamic outpatient treatment program residents of the Tulsa area. The presentation of the 12 steps in group meetings helps introduce clients to the outside support community and the aftercare program provides a smooth transition when clients step down from the IOP. Finally, its mental health services offer a high level of support to clients with co-occurring disorders.
1620 East 12th St
Tulsa, OK 74120
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