Proud Member of the National Coalition on Mental Health and Aging
The Friendship Line, a phone counseling and outreach program, is open to adults
60 and over. This service is free of charge and is a 24-hour
crisis and support line for seniors needing to talk for any reason. The
Friendship Line is a service of the National Institute on Aging, Center for
Elderly Suicide Prevention and provides compassionate counseling, assessment and
Welcome to the Oklahoma Mental Health and Aging Coalition Website. This site is dedicated to keeping our members and other interested parties informed on important issues facing older Oklahomans who experience mental health and addictive disorders. We are interested in hearing from you through our Feedback page any issues you wish to come before this coalition. Thank you for visiting our site.
An invitation for ADVOCACY
Are you interested in the wellbeing of Oklahoma’s senior population?
Are you interested in behavioral health, mental health, addiction, substance abuse and gambling issues in Oklahoma?
Any Oklahoman concerned about senior issues…
Any Oklahoman concerned about mental health, substance abuse and addiction issues…
Should be involved with the Oklahoma Mental Health and Aging Coalition.
Monthly meetings are held on the second Thursday of each month, 1:30-3:00PM at NorthCare - Visitor Parking is available with additional parking behind the building and in an adjacent lot facing North Meridian. Upon entering, the reception desk will be to your left where you will need to sign in. A NorthCare staff member will escort you to the meeting room.
Contact: Karen Orsi, OMHAC Director (405) 858-2827 email@example.com
Check: OMHAC website at www.omhac.org
Karen Orsi, Director
Oklahoma Mental Health and Aging Coalition
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