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Oklahoma is known for its rich history, famous art and cowboy museums, and its western charm. Residents and tourists alike enjoy attending baseball and basketball games in the capitol and observing the wide array of wildlife throughout the state.


Sadly, like many other states in the country, Oklahoma has several known problems related to drug and alcohol abuse. Possibly the most threatening of these problems are the rates of prescription drug overdose, crystal meth addiction, and alcoholism.


If you or someone you care about is struggling with substance abuse, The Treatment Center can help. Call us now at (405) 455-4180.

What Is The Treatment Center?

We are a drug and alcohol rehab center operated by a compassionate staff of board-certified doctors, registered nurses, and licensed therapists. Due to the quality of care our staff members provide, we have been awarded the Gold Seal of Approval by The Joint Commission. 


As a team, we will nurture Oklahomans throughout the entire recovery process, from detox to aftercare, for the following conditions:

 • Substance abuse

• Drug and alcohol addiction

• Co-occurring disorders (i.e. dual diagnosis)

Is your life in ruins because of drug or alcohol abuse? Call us today at (405) 455-4180 to start getting the help you need to overcome addiction. We are here to talk to you 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Effective Drug and Alcohol Recovery Plans

At The Treatment Center, we make sure to create personalized treatment plans that cater to each patient’s individual needs. Upon entering our drug and alcohol rehab facility, Oklahomans will be evaluated by our addiction specialists. They will then begin a recovery program consisting of any combination of the following services:

• Medically safe detox

• Individual therapy

• Group counseling

• Dual diagnosis treatment

Faith-based treatment program

• 12-step programs

• Chronic pain management 

• Family workshops

• Court Liaison Program

• Holistic therapies (e.g. chiropractic care, massage therapy, and acupuncture)

• 24-hour medical care

• Relapse prevention

• Alumni support

To learn more about the addictions we treat and how, call us now at (405) 455-4180. Our admissions counselors can also be reached by chat. We are here to speak to you during this difficult time, 24/7/365.


Commonly Abused Drugs in Oklahoma 

One in four Oklahomans will experience mental health and addiction issues in their lifetime, according to the Mental Health and Substance Abuse Commissioner of Oklahoma. This means that treatment for those who struggle with addiction and dual diagnosis is crucial for this state. 

Many Oklahoma residents begin abusing drugs to have fun or to self-medicate. In doing so, they put themselves at risk for addiction and developing or worsening symptoms of mental illness. Below is a brief overview of the most commonly abused substances in Oklahoma:

Prescription Pills:

Opioid pain killers, such as hydrocodone (Vicodin), and sedatives, such as alprazolam (Xanax), cause more deaths in Oklahoma than cocaine and heroin combined.  

These central nervous system depressants are especially dangerous when taken with alcohol, yet many Oklahomans still mix the substances. As a result, this lethal concoction may cause their heart and lung functions to slow down until they stop completely. 


According to the Tulsa Police Department’s Special Investigations Division, the “shake-and-bake” method for producing methamphetamine came to Oklahoma around 2008. This method is easier and requires far less of the challenging-to-acquire ingredient, pseudoephedrine, than the traditional method. Since its introduction, the “shake-and-bake” method has caused an increase in meth production. Consequently, crystal meth addiction is rampant in Oklahoma.

From 2004 to 2012, 979 meth lab sites were discovered by the DEA in Tulsa County alone. Law enforcement officials estimate that this number reflects only a small fraction of the total number, since it is extremely difficult to uncover all meth labs in the state.


Although legal, alcohol is perhaps the most threatening substance for Oklahoma residents. The 2011-2012 National Survey on Drug Use and Health (NSDUH) revealed that 252,000 Oklahomans, ages 12 and older, abused or were dependent upon alcohol — more than triple the number of individuals who abused or were dependent upon illicit substances in the same time frame.  

Alcohol treatment centers report a large number of admissions; however, thousands of Oklahomans who need treatment for alcoholism never receive it.

Other Narcotics:

Marijuana is trafficked into Oklahoma or locally cultivated and is abused by many. It is either used by itself, or in conjunction with other drugs, in order to amplify or counteract their effects.

Cocaine is ever-present in the state, but only 1.29 percent of Oklahomans reported past year abuse of the drug in 2012.

At The Treatment Center, we specialize in treating addictions to all of the substances mentioned above, and more. We will also treat Oklahomans for ecstasy, GHB, ketamine, and synthetic drug abuse at our inpatient drug rehab.

Please call us today at (405) 455-4180. Our admissions counselors are standing by to take your call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, even on holidays.

Hope for a Fulfilling Future 

With the help of our medical professionals, you can be freed from substance abuse or addiction. We want to show you that hope for a fulfilling future can be restored with proper treatment. 

To take the first step, contact us now by phone or chat. All conversations are 100 percent free and confidential. We are here to help at any time.

For Immediate Help,

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The Treatment Center has been awarded
the Joint Commission Gold Seal of Approval.