All medical and graduate students at OSU-CHS have access to confidential counseling services through ComPsych and the OSU-Tulsa Counseling Center. Information about these services, as well as community resources that students may wish to access independent of services provided by OSU-CHS, can be found below. Contact the Office of Student Affairs at 918-561-8421 if you have questions.
ComPsych provides around the clock behavioral health services to all students. Students can call toll free at 866-519-8354 on a 24 hours per day/7 days per week basis to discuss their concerns with professionals with Master's degree in counseling, social work or other related behavioral areas. Students can also initiate contact between 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Central time with an intake clinician via on online chat feature, accessed at guidanceresources.com.
Communication is offered in multiple languages and for hearing impaired individuals. Referrals for face-to-face counseling by state-licensed clinicians can be provided. ComPsych has a network of more than 50,000 providers to support OSU medical students wherever they live, study or travel. ComPsych’s network includes only ComPsych-credentialed, state-licensed clinicians with expertise in areas such as: adolescents and children, anxiety disorders and depression, domestic violence, marriage and families, stress management and substance use. Counseling services are free of charge to students for up to ten sessions.
Students can be seen at the OSU-Tulsa Counseling Clinic, located on the OSU-Tulsa campus, just a few miles from OSU-CHS. Counseling services are free of charge for the first five sessions; subsequent sessions are at a cost of $10 per session. Appointments can be made by calling 918-594-8568.
Students may wish to independently access community resources outside of the services provided by OSU-COM. This list is provided for the convenience of our students and is not comprehensive.
Community Outreach Psychiatry Emergency Services (COPES), part of Tulsa's Family and Children's Services, offers FREE telephone and mobile crisis intervention for people of all ages who are experiencing a psychiatric crisis, a severe emotional or behavioral disturbance or psychiatric emergency. The service is available 24/7.
COPES responds to mental health emergencies with on-site intervention, stabilization and connection to other community services and works closely with law enforcement and other mental health providers.
Recognize the warning signs:
If you find yourself feeling or thinking this way or if someone tells you they are feeling this way, you can call COPES for immediate help.:
COPES services are free, confidential and available 24/7 to anyone in Tulsa County.
For help, call 918-744-4800
For more information visit the Family and Children's Services website.
|Counseling & Recovery Services||918-394-2256|
|Family and Children’s Services||918-587-9471|
|Daybreak Family Services||918-514-4029|
|Tulsa Center for Behavioral Health||918-293-2140|
|Laureate Psychiatric Hospital||918-481-4000|
|Mental Health Association||918-585-1213|
|Tristesse Grief Center||918-587-1200|
|Suicide Hotline (Tulsa)||918-836-4357|
|Suicide Hotline (statewide)||1-800-522-9054|
|Suicide Hotline (Lawton)||580-355-7575|
|Suicide Hotline (OKC)||405-848-2273|
|Suicide Hotline (Ponca City)||580-765-5551|
|Reach Out Hotline||1-800-662-4357|
|12 & 12||918-664-4224|
|Tulsa Women’s and Children Center||918-430-0975|
|Norman Treatment Center||405-573-6624|
|The Oaks Rehabilitative Services Center||918-421-3500|
|Eagle Ridge Treatment Center||918-485-3554|
|New Hope of Magnum||580-782-3337|
|New Hope of Sayre||580-928-3200|
|Palmer Drug Abuse||918-832-7763|