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Child Outpatient Services

“Our greatest natural resource is the minds of our children.” —Walt Disney

The well‐being of a child’s mind plays an integral part in their ability to succeed at school, home, work, and society. Children of Oklahoma are the future and how they think, feel and act will shape them as future leaders.

Red Rock (Planet Rock) utilizes evidenced‐based treatments that demonstrate exceptional outcomes. Our goal is that every child receiving services will successfully discharge upon resolving their issue(s) and live productive lives. Red Rock equips children with the ability to navigate their future using newly developed coping skills and having the knowledge to be their own therapist to overcome future challenges.

Oklahoma is ranked among one of the highest states of children who experience mental health and substance use disorders. Furthermore, Oklahoma has consistently demonstrated high “Adverse Childhood Experiences” (ACE) which are potentially traumatic events that can have negative and lasting effects on the child’s well‐being. Adverse Childhood experiences include economic hardship, divorce, separation, violence, assault, neighborhood violence, drugs/alcohol, natural disasters, etc.

The “State” of Oklahoma statistics are unacceptable! We can help one Oklahoma child at a time by every child being a minding matter of the state.

Children & Families

Click HERE for a list of Children’s
Outpatient Services Locations

111 North Hudson St.
Altus, OK 73521
(580) 379‐4085
Canadian County
7777 E. Hwy 66
El Reno, OK 73036
(405) 422‐8800
112 N. McKinley
Chandler, OK 74834
(405) 258‐3040
804 W. Choctaw
Chickasha, OK 73018
(405) 222‐0622
70 N. 31st
Clinton, OK 73601
(580) 323‐6021
216 S. Main
Hobart, OK 73651
(580) 726‐2452
Elk City
3080 W. 3rd
Elk City, OK 73644
(580) 225‐5136
Oklahoma City— Planet Rock
4130 N. Lincoln Blvd.
Oklahoma City, OK 73105
(405) 267‐3246
101 N. Union
Shawnee, OK 74801
(405) 275‐7100
216 West A Street
Watonga, OK 73772
(580) 623‐7199

Red Rock Youth Health Team works with the community and local partners to give a voice to children’s Mental Health. Youth Health Team staff work with families that have children struggling with behavioral/emotional issues that are causing difficulties at home and/or school, by addressing whole body health including physical and emotional health. These services are provided in two different intensity levels; High intensity Wrap around and Moderate Intensity Services Coordination

The Youth Health Team is:

Community Based

Family Driven

Family Voice and Choice

Youth Guided

Strength Based

Crisis Prevention and Intervention


Support Groups

Referral Assistance

Wraparound Services ‐ Planet Rock

The Wraparound process is a way to improve the lives of children with complex needs and their families by developing individualized plans of care. The key characteristics of the process are that the plan is developed by a family centered team, is individualized based on the strengths and culture of the child and their family, and is driven by needs rather than services. In addition to addressing the needs of the identified youth, Wraparound plans are designed to meet the needs of caregivers and siblings and to address a range of life areas. Most services are delivered in the family’s home or community setting. Through the team‐based planning and implementation process, Wraparound also aims to develop the problem‐solving skills, coping skills, and self‐efficacy of the young people and family members. Finally, there is an emphasis on integrating the youth into the community and building the family's social support network.

What is Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy?

TF‐CBT is a conjoint child and parent psychotherapy approach for children and adolescents who are experiencing significant emotional and behavioral difficulties related to traumatic life events.

TF‐CBT is the most well‐supported and effective treatment for children who have been abused and traumatized. Multiple clinical research studies consistently have found it to help children with PTSD and other trauma‐related problems, and it has been rated a Model Program and Best Practice for use with abused and traumatized children.

Children and parents learn new skills to help process thoughts and feelings related to traumatic life events; manage and resolve distressing thoughts, feelings, and behaviors related traumatic life events; and enhance safety, growth, parenting skills, and family communication.

Who is Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for?

TF‐CBT has proved successful with children and adolescents (3 to 18) who have significant emotional problems (e.g., symptoms of posttraumatic stress disorder, fear, anxiety, or depression) realted to traumatic life events.

Does Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy work?

TF‐CBT has proven to be effective in addressing posttraumatic stress disorder, depression, anxiety, externalizing behaviors, sexualized behaviors, feelings of shame, and mistrust.

**Red Rock is trauma informed and provides TF‐CBT (Trauma Focused ‐ Cognitive Behavioral Therapy).

National Child Traumatic Stress Network

PCIT is a dyadic behavioral intervention for children (ages 2.0 ‐ 7.0 years) and their parents or caregivers that focuses on decreasing externalizing child behavioral problems (e.g., defiance, aggression), increasing child social skills and cooperation, and improving the parent‐child relationship.

Seeking Safety is an evidence-based, present‐focused counseling model to help people attain safety from trauma and/or substance abuse. It directly addresses both trauma and addiction, but without requiring clients to delve into the trauma narrative (the detailed account of disturbing trauma memories’, thus making it relevant to a very broad range of clients and easy to implement.

The A‐CRA is a behavioral treatment for alcohol and other substance use disorders that helps youth and families improve access to environmental reinforcers to reduce or stop an adolescent’s substance use.

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