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Community Partners

The Oklahoma Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services is committed to leveraging community partners to positively impact Oklahomans. Our mission is to promote healthy communities and provide the highest quality care to enhance the well-being of all Oklahomans and we couldn't do that without the help of our community partners.

CHESS Connections App

To help support individuals in recovery from substance use disorder and their loved ones, the Oklahoma Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services has partnered with CHESS Health to launch Connections App, a free smartphone app that is scientifically proven to support individuals in recovery by reducing relapse and promoting pro-social engagement.

A Free Smartphone App to Help with Recovery
With the app you can…

  • Track your sobriety,
  • Access e-therapy to learn new recovery skills,
  • Connect with trained counselors and peers through messaging,
  • Track your treatment plan and set reminders,
  • Journal daily about your journey,
  • Participate in 1:1 and group video conferencing meetings,
  • And discover helpful videos, testimonials and more through the unique resource library

Connections is the only available app that is backed by years of research to support its provider-care management functionality, predictive relapse indicators, and analytics to reduce relapse.

Warrior's Rest

Warrior’s Rest Foundation was developed to seek out, train and continuously mentor peer support teams for agencies across the United States to help First Responders stay healthy. The WRF mission is: Working together to build resiliency with First Responders, their partners, and their families to foster healthy professional and personal lives.

Healthy First Responders make a safer community.  By promoting First Responder health, the community wins in the arena of top care and protection from their heroes. The WRF team teaches and trains others to present wellness strategies and trainings that will help our First Responders to begin having conversations about difficult topics such as suicide, substance abuse, and relationships, as well as fitness, nutrition, finances, and their spiritual life.

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