The Oklahoma Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services provides residential treatment for about 300 adults and 100 adolescents at 24 state-run and contracted facilities across Oklahoma. More cuts are expected but here are the results of the department’s $17 million budget cut:
• Cut all 26 beds at the Enhanced Residential Services program at Central Oklahoma Community Mental Health Center in Norman.
• Cut about 30 children’s mental health beds at the Children’s Recovery Center of Oklahoma in Norman.
• Cut all 65 adult substance abuse treatment beds at the Norman Alcohol and Drug Treatment Center.
• Closed all 20 men’s residential substance abuse treatment beds at Bill Willis Community Mental Health Center.
• Reduced provider contracts for mental health and substance abuse services at contract facilities statewide.
• Cut 30 inpatient beds at Griffin Memorial Hospital in Norman.
• Cut 24 beds for patients with both mental health and substance abuse at the Tulsa Center for Behavioral Health.