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The meals were good, needs better aftercare program
They have a wide assortment of fitness classes, kind and compassionate staff, fair visitation policies and telephone call opportunities. Could be better staffed, while my loved one was cared for well enough, they could have used more employees on shift. The staff was patient and caring while dealing with our loved one.
Facility doctor and counselors were awesome. More holistic programs would have been good but doubt my ins would have covered my stay if it had a spa and yoga classes
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Bryan A. Van Doren, M.D.Addiction Medicine Specialist 12 & 12, Inc.
Dr. Bryan Van Doren is an Addiction Medicine specialist at the University Of Oklahoma College Of Medicine-Tulsa. Dr. Van Doren received his B.S. degrees in Chemistry and Biology at Newman College in Wichita, KS where he graduated Magna Cum Laude. He received his M.D. degree from the University Of Kansas School Of Medicine in Kansas City, KS. Dr. Van Doren completed his Internal Medicine Residency and Fellowship in Medical Oncology & Hematology at the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center in Oklahoma City, OK. Following graduation from Fellowship training Dr. Van Doren worked as a Medical Oncologist & Hematologist in private practice in Oklahoma. After a 15-year career as a Medical Oncologist & Hematologist Dr. Van Doren decided to pursue his longstanding interest and experience with chemical dependency. He completed Fellowship training in Addiction Medicine at the University Of Oklahoma College Of Medicine-Tulsa where he remains as a Faculty member in the Division of Addiction Medicine.Show Bio
Julio I. Rojas, PhDPyschology, Dept of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciencies, OU College of Medicine Avenues Recovery Center (Previously Vizown)
ulio I. Rojas is a licensed health service psychologist and licensed alcohol and drug counselor in Oklahoma. He is a program consultant, provides psychological testing services and participates in treatment team meetings at Vizown. Dr. Rojas’ research and writings focus on the integrated treatment of addictive disorders, psychiatric comorbidity and trauma. Vizown utilizes his Venn diagram heuristic to guide the intentional application of education, evidenced based treatment interventions and therapeutic experiences for Vizown clients. Dr. Rojas is an assistant professor in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, OU College of Medicine, University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center where he is the director of ExecuCare an outpatient based program designed to evaluate and treat impaired health care professionals and executives. Through a behavioral health workforce development grant awarded by the Oklahoma Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services, Dr. Rojas has provided training on integrated treatment for addictions, psychiatric comorbidity and trauma across our state to the state funded and supported women’s treatment programs. Dr. Rojas earned his doctoral degree at the University of Georgia and completed his internship training at Malcolm Randall VA Medical Center in Gainesville, FL. He completed his postdoctoral training in Clinical Psychology with an emphasis in Chemical Dependency at the OUHSC.Show Bio
Kensie LyonCommunity Service Clinician Valley Hope
Kensie Lyon is the Oklahoma Community Service Clinician for Valley Hope. Her career in the field of chemical dependency began in 2010 working with females ages 13 to 18. Kensie began working for Valley Hope as a Chemical Dependency Counselor in 2012. She loves the program of recovery and understands the importance of separating the disease from individual. She knows it’s important to love those suffering until they can love themselves. Her passion is to show others that there is more than one way to recovery and always hope to be found when taking that first step asking for help. Kensie has a passion to help others and enjoys being involved in the community. She is available to help families who are feeling lost and individuals ready to take the steps to change their lives. She loves Valley Hope and brings a positive attitude to her professional work.Show Bio
- Oklahoma ranks 7th in treatment centers servicing/accepting no payment accepted per 100,000 residents. Maryland is ranked one spot worse at spot 8. One spot better is North Dakota, ranked 6 in the U.S.
- When adjusted for population, Oklahoma ranks 11th in treatment centers servicing/accepting members of military families. Kansas is just 1 spot worse, ranked 12 out of the United States. Maryland is ranked one spot better at spot 10.
- For active duty military clients, Oklahoma ranks 12th in population-adjusted treatment centers. Colorado is just 1 spot worse, ranked 13 out of the United States. One spot better is New Mexico, ranked 11 in the U.S.
- Oklahoma is 13th among U.S. states in treatment centers servicing or accepting IHS/638 contract care funds. Washington is just 1 spot worse, ranked 14 out of the United States. Arizona is ranked one spot better at spot 12.
- Oklahoma ranks 13th in treatment centers servicing/accepting veterans per 100,000 residents. Connecticut is just 1 spot worse, ranked 14 out of the United States. One spot better is North Dakota, ranked 12 in the U.S.
When you first started abusing drugs, you probably never imagined that you’d have an Oklahoma drug rehab facility in your future. You might have thought that drugs were just amusing or fun, and you might have taken them with your close friends or even members of your own family. In time, however, those drugs might have moved from a list of optional substances you could use during the day into substances that you simply must have in order to feel happy, healthy or just normal. If so, you’re not alone. Each day, people fall prey to addictions, but people also make the choice, each day, to fight back and conquer their addictions. You could do the same.
Barriers to Care
According to the Substance Abuse and Mental health treatment Administration, 82,000 people in Oklahoma, ages 12 and older, needed help for a substance abuse issue, but they didn’t ever receive that help. While individuals might have their own specific reasons for staying away from care that could transform their lives, common reasons include:
- A fear of high costs
- Worries about stigma
- Misconceptions about how treatment works
- Childcare concerns
Some of these issues could be handled with a few quick phone calls. For example, if you’re not quite sure how treatment works or you’re worried that you’ll be publically labeled an “addict” for accepting help, spending some time talking to addictions counselors could be helpful. You’ll learn more, and perhaps you’ll put some of your fears to rest for good. Other issues could also be handled by an addiction treatment program. For example, some Oklahoma drug treatment centers provide subsidies for people in low-income brackets, and others provide childcare options. With a little digging and a little information, you may find that your concerns about obtaining care seem to fade.
*Exploring Your Options
There are a variety of different Oklahoma drug treatment programs that could help you. The Valley Hope Organization, for example, is a nonprofit organization that provides drug and alcohol treatment services in seven states, including Oklahoma. The House of Hope, on the other hand, provides services for individuals and their families in Oklahoma. We can help you explore options just like this, if you call our toll-free line.
Finding the Right Fit
Of those who enter Oklahoma treatment centers, about 54.5 percent complete their programs, according to the 2004 Treatment Episode Data Set. Addiction treatment programs are provided on a voluntary basis, in most cases, and that means that people can leave their programs at any time. By being choosy, ensuring that the treatment program you select can treat your issue and provide you with surroundings in which you feel comfortable, you might reduce your impulse and urge to give up. We can help you in a targeted search like this. In a conversation with our counselors, you can explain your addiction history as well as your personal preferences regarding care.