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Red Rock Behavioral Health Services

In Crisis Now? Call 405‐987‐ROCK (7625)

To ensure the safety of Red Rock’s community we ask that if you have any flu like symptoms or have been around someone showing flu like symptoms, to please call ahead and connect to a clinician before coming into any facility. Our number is: 1‐855‐999‐8055

WATCH: In response to Covid 19 Red Rock now offering services to front line healthcare workers, including first responders, nurses, physicians and their family members.


Red Rock Behavioral Health Services is a private not‐for‐profit community mental health center that was founded in 1974, and is based in Oklahoma City. Red Rock provides mental health services, and referrals to physical health services, to indigent and insured Oklahomans, and is one of the largest community mental health centers in Oklahoma.

Red Rock has offices in 13 Oklahoma cities and provides services from 27 locations. Across the Company, Red Rock employs nearly 500 full and part‐time staff working in Oklahoma City, Shawnee, Norman, Chandler, Yukon, El Reno, Chickasha, Watonga, Kingfisher Clinton, Elk City, Hobart, and Altus.

Top Places to Work Oklahoma

Mission Statement

To positively change the lives of youth and adults by providing and coordinating their behavioral and physical health in an effort to strengthen families and support the community.

A Message from the CEO

In 1966 a small group of passionate community leaders came together with a vision to form what in 1974 became “Red Rock”. Red Rock started with a budget of $50,000 and today operates with a $35,000,000 budget... more


It was in 1966 that a small group of passionate community leaders came together with a vision to form what in 1974 became “Red Rock”. Red Rock is one of the largest Community Mental Health Centers (CMHCs) in Oklahoma serving a total of 26 counties with over 640 employees. Red Rock has 16 outpatient offices, 5 community housing facilities, an 82 bed residential facility for women with substance use and co-occurring disorders and their children (Jordan’s Crossing), and 4 Crisis Stabilization Units, three for adults and one for children. In FY19, Red Rock served over 15,000 individuals and families.

In the fall of 2019, Red Rock was named as one of Oklahoma’s Top Workplaces! Red Rock wishes to thank all employees for their teamwork and dedication to make this award possible. Red Rock was the first CMHC in the state to receive a 3 year CARF Accreditation (1992) and received this Accreditation for the 9th time this last spring. This past year has been an exciting year as Red Rock has continued to have considerable growth adding 30 new positions and various new programs including:

Red Rock received a federal HRSA grant to expand Medication Treatment Services and Prevention to several of our western Oklahoma counties. This will allow us to serve many more consumers to combat the terrible opioid addiction that is plaguing our country.

Red Rock is currently launching a program with the Oklahoma City Police to use telehealth to evaluate and consult quickly with situations that may need mental health intervention through the use of technology including iPads.

Enhanced services to improve the health and mental health of pregnant and post-partum women.

A partnership with the ODMHSAS and SAMSHA grants to provide services to schools in western Oklahoma to increase awareness of mental health issues and Employment Services to help our consumers get jobs to enhance their recovery.

Implementation of the “Housing First” Evidenced Based Practice model to engage consumers and get them in housing quickly.

Red Rock continues as one of 3 federally Designated Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinics in Oklahoma and as a leading advocate at the state and national level for continuing and expanding the CCBHC model. Red Rock hosted visits from a member of the United States House of Representatives and delegations from multiple national and state congressional offices. Red Rock staff also provided updates to our Oklahoma congressional delegation, in person and via email that resulted in our members of congress signing on as co-sponsors of various bills to extend CCBHC funding.

For FY20, we are excited to move into our new state of the art facility in Weatherford, Oklahoma scheduled to open in late January 2020. This will allow Red Rock to significantly increase our capacity for providing western Oklahoma with the array of services needed for that part of the state. This building will also house a new 16 bed Crisis Stabilization Unit, along with a wide array of services to meet the needs of the western Oklahoma. Red Rock also recently purchased land in the Shawnee area and plans to build a new building to serve that community with an anticipated opening of January 2021.

—Verna Foust, CEO


No one is denied access to services due to inability to pay.

A discounted sliding scale is available.

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