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Call the Friendship Line toll-free at (800) 971-0016

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 crisis intervention. 

We know that mental health and addictive disorder prevention and treatment works for all ages, and to restrict services to older adults is not acceptable! We must advocate on their behalf.

Have You Become a Compulsive Gambler?                      Call the Gambling Hotline 1-800-522-4700

Need to Talk? Call Heartline at 1-800-273 TALK    -    HeartLine is a local resource for seniors needing support.  HeartLine has trained staff who can  address concerns and provide support and referral information for issues like economic stress, isolation, grief or thoughts of suicide:         

OMHAC Get The FACTS   OMHAC BROCHURE     What Are The Signs of Addiction

How Does Anxiety Feel  How Does Depression Feel   Gambling - How Much Is Too Much

What Are Suicide Rick Factors   Important Senior Issues

 OMHAC Letter To Oklahoma Suicide Prevention Council

SAMHSA Brochure "Should You Talk To Someone About a Drug Alcohol, or Mental Health Problem "

Older Americans Behavioral Health Issue Brief - Overview

Older Americans Behavioral Health Issue Brief - Partnerships

Older Americans Behavioral Health Issue Brief - Alcohol Misuse and Prevention



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Press Releases

February 2007

March 2007


Recent Media Coverage of OMHAC

Daily Oklahoman 4/2/2007 - Front Page



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