At Resonance, we meet the client in the present, help her rise above the past, and believe in a brighter future. Their lives and their children’s lives depend on it.
Resonance has held dual certification since 2005 through:
- Oklahoma Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services (ODMHSAS)
- Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF)
We are proud to maintain the stringent treatment standards upheld by these organizations.
Substance Abuse Services/Diversion Program
Licensed Professional Counselors work one-on-one and in groups with women struggling with substance abuse problems. Many women come to Resonance as part of court-ordered diversion programs such as Drug Court and Community Sentencing; through these programs, women are referred to Resonance and participate in a comprehensive substance abuse treatment program in lieu of incarceration. Women also are referred for services from Probation and Parole, Temporary Assistance for Needy Families and Child Welfare; women may self-refer for treatment if they are SoonerCare eligible.
Resonance provides only outpatient services. The duration of substance abuse treatment for each women ranges from 90 days to three years, during which time clients live and work in the community learning to cope with everyday stressors throughout their recovery journey.
Women’s Reentry Support Services
Resonance provides model reentry services for non-violent offenders returning to Tulsa and the surrounding area. Case managers work with women while incarcerated to help them be successful as they release into the community.
Working one-on-one with offenders three to six months prior to release, Resonance case managers develop individualized reentry to assist women in developing a plan for success upon release. Case managers provide assistance in a multitude of areas including:
- Job readiness
- Locating clean and sober housing
- Enrolling in substance abuse treatment
- Family reunification
- Securing documents necessary for employment such as Social Security cards, drivers’ licenses and food handler permits.
If you would like to donate toiletry items for our reentry kits, please click here.
The mentoring program offers clients a variety of benefits including peer support, positive role models and lifelong connections. Meeting biweekly, the program curriculum incorporates healthy recreational activities with community resource information. However, the primary goal of the program is to foster camaraderie through positive peer group interaction while also developing a trusted one-on-one relationship with a female role model. For information about volunteering as a mentor, please click here.
Resonance offers both 10 week and 24 week ADSAC certified classes. To enroll or view class schedules and class information, please click here.