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Counseling

 

INDIVIDUAL AND FAMILY COUNSELING

How does the program help?
Youth Services helps youth and their families resolve issues that are creating problems in their lives.

Payment for counseling services is based on the family's ability to pay. No one is refused services for their inability to pay.

To learn more about counseling services or to set up an initial appointment, phone any counseling center listed below:

Youth Services- Program 
Services Building:
311 South Madison, Tulsa
918.582.0061
Broken Arrow Office:
860 South Aspen, Broken Arrow
918.258.6545

Glenpool Office:
94 West 145th St., Glenpool
918.321.2233

Owasso Office:
109 North Birch, Owasso
918.272.5146

 

For additional information about individual and family counseling programs call David Grewe, LCSW, at  918.382.4491 or click here.

HOME-BASED COUNSELING

The Home-Based Counseling program delivers supportive in-home and site-based counseling and rehabilitative services for at-risk youth. The goal of counseling is to help youth reintegrate into the community and/or avoid further involvement with the juvenile justice system.

How does the program help?
At-risk youth and their families face serious issues, including grief, abandonment, anger management, substance abuse and family conflict. The counseling program was designed to help at-risk youth.

Who uses these services?
Home-Based Counseling serves youth referred by the Office of Juvenile Affairs, Oklahoma Department of Human Services and Juvenile Bureau of the District Court.

For additional information about Home-Based Counseling, call Craig Henderson at 918.382.4480 or click here.

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