Human Skills & Resources welcomes and provides quality community based, rehabilitative services to individuals in Oklahoma who are in need, through counseling based services, education and advocacy, including those with substance abuse issues and co-occurring mental health conditions. Human Skills and Resources believes it is the right of every individual, regardless of race, gender, age, disability, or socioeconomic status to have the highest quality of services available. We believe through a mission minded staff we can provide these services.
What We ProvideDUI Schools (ADSAC) 10 and 24 Hours - Screening, diagnostic evaluations, and assessments - Substance Abuse Treatment: Adult and Adolescent - Relapse Prevention/Aftercare - Drug Alcohol Testing - Mental Health Services: Adult and Child/Adolescent, Individual, Group, Couples, Family - Anger Management: Adult and Adolescent - Life Skills Classes/Cognitive Behavioral Groups - Drug Court Treatment Providers for Tulsa, Creek, and Rogers County - Court Ordered Supervisions - Community Sentencing Program: Supervision and Treatment Provider - Batterer Program - Parent Education - Referral to Community Resources
On Memorial Day, we remember those who gave their lives in service to our country. At the end of Mental Health Month, let’s bring to light the invisible wounds of war faced by many veterans – mental health problems like post traumatic-stress disorder, anxiety and depression.
Despite the known dangers of tobacco use, nearly one in five adults in the United States and 23.7 percent of adult in Oklahoma smoke. More than 6,200 Oklahomans each year lose their lives to smoking-related diseases, and for every one person who dies, another 20 live with a smoking-related illness. Still, nearly 70 percent of smoker in the United Stated say they want to quit, and half try to quit each year, according the CDC.
WHEN YOU’RE READY TO QUIT, WE’RE READY TO HELP.
The Oklahoma Tobacco Helpline can help you reach your goal to quit tobacco. It’s a free service for all Oklahomans. When you make the free call, you’ll talk with a trained Quit Coach who has helped hundreds of people quit. Together, you’ll create a quit plan just for you.
Studies show smokers who use a helpline are four times more likely to quit than if they try to quit on their own.
Friendly Quit Coaches also offer support if tough times arise and you’re tempted to slip.
TOOLS TO SUCCEED• Free info on quitting tobacco
• One-on-one telephone coaching
• Referrals to local programs in your community
YOU’LL LEARN HOW TO:• Plan your quit to improve your chance of success
• Cope with cravings
• Find things you can do with your hands
• Change behavior patterns that remind you to smoke or chew
Deaf and Hard of Hearing: 877-777-6534
HELPLINE HOURS24 hours a day
7 days a week
FIND US ONLINE:www.okhelpline.com