Tulsa Drug Treatment Center at Parkside

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A place for help and hope for those with Chemical Dependency

As a Tulsa Drug Treatment Center, Parkside provides valuable inpatient and outpatient treatment programs for individuals struggling with substance abuse and chemical dependency. Treatment at Parkside includes support based services that help individuals identify and address thoughts, feelings and behaviors that can contribute to their addiction.

We know chemical dependency is a serious disease with social, biological and psychological components; we work with you to develop positive and healthy lifestyle changes. Our team of licensed therapists and psychiatrists specialize in the treatment of addictions, trauma and mental health issues. Each treatment program incorporates the development and implementation of a personal recovery and relapse prevention plan. Younger patients can also receive educational and substance abuse oriented group therapy as needed. After a physician’s assessment, medications may be used as a supportive therapy.

Inpatient Services include:

  • Diagnostic Evaluation
  • Individual, Group & Family Therapies
  • Care for those with Dual Diagnosis
  • Medical Detox
  • Case Management & Discharge Planning

Outpatient services include:

  • Adult Dual Diagnosis Group
  • Adult Chemical Dependency Intensive Outpatient Program
  • Individual Therapy
  • Family Therapy
  • Medication Management

Adult Dual Diagnosis Group:

The Adult Dual Diagnosis Group is designed for individuals with both a chemical dependency diagnosis and a psychiatric diagnosis. Potential members have demonstrated a recovery period even though their recent history may have included a relapse. The objectives of this group are for individuals to develop the ability to recognize their symptoms and redirect attention, acquire stress management skills and learn techniques necessary for relapse prevention.

Is it time to get help for alcohol use?

  • Have people annoyed you by criticizing your drinking or drug use?
  • Have you ever felt you should cut down on your drinking or drug use?
  • Have you ever had a drink first thing in the morning to steady your nerves or to get rid of a hangover (eye opener)?
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Our Location

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1619 East 13th Street
Tulsa, Oklahoma 74120

(918) 588-8888 24 Hour Assessment & Referral
(877) 522-1959 Toll Free Crisis Line (24/7)

(918) 588-8802 Hearing Impaired

FAQ and By Your Side

Adult Chemical Dependency Intensive Outpatient Program (CDIOP): This intensive outpatient treatment program provides a compassionate atmosphere for patients struggling with addiction or dependence on alcohol, drugs, or prescription medications.  Without the support of a more intensive program most candidates are likely to use or relapse. Participants typically have difficulty maintaining abstinence, may have relapsed, could require additional hospitalization or are mandated to attend an intensive treatment program by the court or other entity. The best candidates will have available transportation, a reliable living space and, if employed, the support of their employer. The program works with individuals to promote sobriety while gaining a better understanding of substance abuse and mental illness. Coping skills, anger management and relationship issues are all addressed as well as the development of a relapse prevention plan. CDIOP is a supportive treatment program to help establish people in a lifestyle of recovery.

Is it time to get help for pain medications, prescription or illicit drug use?

Have you used medications that were not prescribed to you?

Have you tried to stop taking the prescription medication or drugs and find that you can't stop?

Have you used pain pills in excess of the prescribed amount?

Do you need to use more medication or drugs to achieve the same feeling? 

Have your friends or family commented on your use of medications or drugs?

Without the pain medication, do you feel anxious or abnormal?

Have you lied to a medical or legal professional to get your medication?

Have you had problems at work or school because of pain medications or illicit drug use?

Have you had legal problems due to use of prescribed medications or illicit drugs? 

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

Call Parkside at 918-588-8888 for more information on our Tulsa Drug Treatment and to gain access to our services.


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