Decisions Mental Health & Addiction Recovery Programs



3525 NW 56th
Suite A-150
Oklahoma City, OK 73112

Decisions Mental Health and Addiction Recovery Programs

Through the years we will find ourselves struggling with issues too large to handle on our own.  Depression, anxiety, stress, grief, illness, work, school, and family problems happen.  Coping with life’s downside does not always come naturally.  Sometimes the depression is too deep, the anxiety is too strong and the grief is too overwhelming.  When drugs or alcohol are involved, these feelings intensify.  You may begin to feel out of control and wonder if you will get your life back on track.

INTEGRIS Decisions Mental Health & Addiction Recovery Programs focus on helping people learn new coping strategies through educational sessions and group psychotherapy. 

About the Decisions Mental Health and Addiction Recovery Programs

  • Group therapy, led by master's level licensed therapists.
  • Board licensed psychiatrists provide psychiatric medication management as needed.
  • Average program length is 15 to 20 treatment days.
  • Daytime and evening groups available for adults. Evening group for adolescents ages 13 to a senior in high school.
  • We contract with most private insurers. We are happy to contact your insurance company to verify co-pays and deductibles. We also offer a private pay rate.
  • A referral from a physician is not required.

Full day Partial Hospitalization Program

Partial hospitalization is the most intensive option. We begin each morning at 9 a.m. and spend the day in group education and group psychotherapy, developing coping strategies and working through the specific issues facing individuals.

  • Monday through Friday
  • 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

Intensive Outpatient Programs

Our Intensive Outpatient Programs allow participants to be part of group psychotherapy sessions for several hours each week. Depending on an individual’s needs, both day and evening programs are available.

Daytime Intensive Outpatient Program

  • Monday through Friday
  • 10:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.

Evening Intensive Outpatient Program

  • Tuesday through Thursday
  • 5:30 to 8:30 p.m.

Adolescent Intensive Outpatient Program

  • Tuesday through Thursday
  • 4:30 to 7:30 p.m.

All our programs allow participants to go home at the end of each day giving the opportunity to immediately apply what they have learned.

Our Services:
INTEGRIS Health Decisions treatment programs will help you to …

  • Understand your symptoms
  • Explore the causes of your symptoms
  • Learn techniques for reducing stress and managing your responses to symptoms being experienced   
  • Have a safe place to explore solutions in a confidential setting
  • Develop continued care plans for aftercare services and support
  • Develop resilience and improve overall health
  • Regain positive control of your life

Assessments are offered free of charge to determine if you meet the criteria for this level of care.

Our Staff
INTEGRIS DECISIONS Mental Health and Addiction Recovery Programs professionals include psychiatrists, nurses and licensed master's level therapists with training in treatment of mental health and addictive disorders — all with extensive experience in their specialties.

Tell Your Physician If...

  • you have increased difficulty performing normal activities 
  • you can’t maintain focus or concentrate or make decisions 
  • you’ve gained or lost weight as a result of your situation
  • you have trouble sleeping or you sleep too much
  • you’re using drugs, alcohol or other addictive behaviors to cope
  • you’re angry or sad almost all of the time
  • you’ve limited where you go or what you do
  • you don’t enjoy life.

Family physicians and other primary care providers are often the first to recognize the symptoms of stress overload, anxiety disorders, depression and substance abuse. An estimated seven out of 10 office visits are for stress or anxiety-related complaints.

Patients at particular risk include those who have:

  • experienced significant trauma (accidents, violence, physical, sexual or emotional abuse)
  • been diagnosed with a chronic illness or have chronic pain
  • had a recent significant health challenge (heart surgery, cancer)
  • experienced major life changes (death, divorce, family or financial difficulties)
  • experienced significant life events, even when positive, that have triggered negative emotions and/or thoughts
  • experienced symptoms such as chest pain, shortness of breath, insomnia, aches or pains
  • experienced headaches, muscle tension, lethargy/fatigue with no readily identifiable underlying medical condition.

Left untreated, these conditions not only affect the patient’s quality of life, but also can significantly impact a patient’s physical health.

We believe the quality of our lives is determined by the decisions we make. Decide to live well.