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

Your First Visit

You’ve decided to take the first step to improving your mental health, which is great! We know gathering paperwork can be burdensome, but you can do this! You’ve survived far worse things than a misplaced Social Security card. We look forward to seeing you very soon!

Your First Visit to Red Rock

Thank you for choosing Red Rock Behavioral Health Services as your behavioral health treatment provider!

First visits may look different and need different documents depending on the service needed. For more accurate information, please contact the Red Rock facility directly.

Generally, when you get to your first appointment, the front desk staff will need a few documents from you (listed in the section to the right), and any co-pay will also be collected based on your insurance coverage. Our Red Rock BHS staff will meet with you to learn more about you, your family, your history, and your needs. You will need to fill out some paperwork & answer questions to help us understand how we can best help you. Sometimes, gathering information takes more than one session, and we will move at your pace. For all children seeking services, a parent or legal guardian will need to accompany them to their first visit. More information about our services and your future visits will be explained to you.

Please bring the following documents to your first visit. 

Photo ID

We will need to see a current photo identification card. 

Proof of Income

Please bring one of the following:

Two Consecutive Paystubs or
Bank Statement with Direct Deposit or
Disability/SSI Information

Insurance card

If you are covered by insurance, please bring your insurance card. 

Social Security Card

Please bring your Social Security card if you are a U.S. citizen and have one.

Proof of Custody/Guardianship

If not the biological parent; For child visits only.

Must be court documents showing guardianship was granted.

No One Denied Access to Services

No one is denied access to services solely based on inability to pay. A sliding pay scale is available.

Request for Services

Sliding Pay Scale

The calculator below shows the estimated cost of services for self-pay based on your annual income and family size. Please do not enter commas or periods in the income text box.

ANNUAL income here:
Family size
(including yourself):

Your yearly income is:
% of Federal Poverty Level

Non-Discrimination Policy

Click here to view our Non-Discrimination Policy.

Notice of Privacy Practices

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Get help now. Take one of the following actions if you are experiencing a mental health emergency

Are you in crisis?

If you are thinking of hurting yourself or someone else, please seek immediate help by calling our crisis line 405‐987‐ROCK (7625) .

988 Suicide & Crisis Lifeline

You can always call the new mental health and suicide prevention hotline, 988.

Call 9-1-1 or Visit the Emergency Room

Visit your local emergency room, call local police or dial 9-1-1.