Substance Abuse Treatment for Tulsa

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amanda spriggsRecovery is a choice and recovery is a process.  We can help.

 Parkside offers an effective treatment program for individuals struggling with chemical dependency, including prescription drug dependence. Parkside's Chemical Dependency Intensive Outpatient Program (CDIOP) provides a supportive, intensive outpatient treatment program for patients struggling with addiction or dependence on alcohol, drugs or prescription medications.  People who will benefit from this group treatment program may have been unsuccessful in maintaining abstinence even with support of individual therapy or 12 step supports, or they may have attended a residential program and then relapsed.   They are likely to use, or to relapse without the support of a more intensive program.  The best candidates will have available transportation, a reliable living space and, if employed, the support of their employer.

CDIOP addresses illicit drug use, alcohol abuse and addiction to pharmaceuticals.  The program provides information regarding addiction theories, development of new coping skills, anger management and relationship issues.

Parkside can help with detox and stopping the drug of abuse. CDIOP is then a supportive treatment program to establish people in their recovery.

Recoveries happen. Every day.

For more information or to make a referral call 918-588-8888.

Is it time to get help for alcohol use?

  1. 1.  Have you ever felt you should cut down on your drinking?
  2. 2.  Have people annoyed you by criticizing your drinking?
  3. 3.  Have you ever had a drink first thing in the morning to steady your nerves or to get rid of a hangover (eye opener)?

Is it time to get help for pain medications or prescription drugs?

  1. 1.  Have you used pain medications that were not prescribed to you?
  2. 2.  Have you used pain pills in excess of the prescribed amount?
  3. 3.  Have you tried to stop taking the prescription medication and find that you can't stop?
  4. 4.  Have your friends or family commented on your use of medications?
  5. 5.  Do you need to use more medication to achieve the same feeling?
  6. 6.  Have you lied to a medical or legal professional to get your medication?
  7. 7.  Have you had problems at work or school because of pain medications?
  8. 8.  Without the pain medication, do you feel anxious or abnormal?

A "yes" answer to any of these questions may indicate it is time to get help.

Call Parkside at 918-588-8888 about the Intensive Treatment Program or counseling services for substance abuse problems.