Treatment

SWODA and Red Rock Behavioral Health have partnered together to bring Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) to your community by the use of a Mobile Unit.

This mobile unit is supported by the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) as part of an award totaling $200,000 with 0 percentage financed with non-governmental sources. The contents are those of the author’s and do not necessarily represent the official views of nor an endorsement, by HRSA, HHS or the U.S. Government.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is MAT (Medication Assisted Treatment)?

Red Rock Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT) Clinics are office-based outpatient therapy programs designed to assist individuals with substance use disorder recovery through medication assistance and counseling. Red Rock MAT Clinics offer services including but not limited to: medication assistance, individual, group, & family counseling, case management, peer support services, and more. Medication assistance is used to alleviate physical withdrawal symptoms and aid with the obsession to use while partially blocking the effects of other opiates like prescription medication or heroin. Studies have shown that people taking buprenorphine medication for treatment for opioid disorder tend to be more successful in comparison to other outpatient therapy programs.

To be eligible for services, individuals must be over the age of 18 with an addiction to opioids, heroin, or have an opioid use diagnose, and individuals must be willing to commit to recovery through the use of medication, therapy, random medication compliance testing, and attendance of additional recovery support groups.

Red Rock MAT Clinics provides individuals with a Recovery Team, consisting of highly qualified physicians, licensed alcohol and drug therapists, case management, in-house pharmacy, and peer recovery support specialists who assist 24 hours a day, 7 days per week if needed.


How can I receive services?

Please contact Red Rock Behavioral Health at 405-245-0170.


Where does the Mobile MAT unit go?

Hobert and Mangum on Tuesdays and Altus on Wednesdays.


What should I expect on my first visit?

  • Withdrawal Risk Assessment

  • Have a urine sample taken.

  • See the doctor through telehealth.


What are the criteria for treatment?

  • No active benzodiazapine use.

  • No active marijuana use.

  • Willingness to complete clinical services (individual/group therapy, AA/NA groups, RSS groups).

  • Willingness to provide a urine sample at each visit.

  • Potential random UAs/med counts.


Other Treatment Options

SHORTGRASS COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER, INC.

(580) 688-2800 | 400 E SYCAMORE ST, HOLLIS, OK 73550

MONDAY, TUESDAY, AND THURSDAY (8AM—5PM),

WEDNESDAY 8AM—7PM, FRIDAY (8AM—2PM)


ROB’S “PATH TO MIRACLES” RANCH

(405)-253-3838 | 501 E GRAND AVE, SAYRE, OK 73662


JIM TALIAFERRO COMMUNITY MENTAL HEALTH CENTER

602 SW 38TH STREET LAWTON, OK 73505-6999

580-248-5780

SHORTGRASS COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER, INC.

111 N HUDSON ST. ALTUS, OK 73521580-688-2800


Drug Abuse National Helpline | 1-800-662-4357

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline | 800-273-8255

Oklahoma's Mental Health Lifeline | 988