Welcome to Specialized Outpatient Services

DON'T GIVE UP, GREAT THINGS TAKE TIME!

    

DUI

DUI

Help Your Client Meet Their Court Requirements and Get Their License Back. One Stop Substance Abuse and DUI Services!

Sober Living

Sober Living

Amethyst House (sober living environment) is for any woman who you believe can benefit from a sober living environment.

Drug Testing

Drug Testing

SOS offers employers pre-employment, random and reasonable suspicion drug/alcohol testing options that comply with current OESC workplace drug testing laws.

Intervention

Intervention

Many people have heard about tough love where tough comes first, but the staff at SOS put love first.

Substance Abuse

Substance Abuse

SOS offers adult and adolescent programs on a sliding scale payment plan; which is meant to ease the financial burdens of each client.

Referrals

Referrals

If you have any questions or would like to refer a client call (405) 810-1766 ext. 0 or email SOS enrollment staff at enrollment@okcsos.com.

OUR STAFF

Our Mission

Mission

The mission of Specialized Outpatient Services, Inc. is to break the cycle of substance abuse within our community and enhance the quality of life of the individuals we serve and their families through the alleviation of human suffering caused by alcoholism, drug addiction and other co-occurring behavioral health problems.

Vision

SOS envisions that this requires the collaboration of a comprehensive network of providers that will provide an array of substance abuse, mental and behavioral health, physical health, wellness and prevention along with other community services that will ensure a holistic continuum of care. Inherent to this vision is a commitment to utilize a community based approach designed to offer services that will increase knowledge, hope and understanding to those individuals and families who normally could not afford it.

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About Addiction

In 2014, about 21.5 million Americans ages 12 and older (8.1%) were classified
with a substance use disorder in the past year. Of those, 2.6 million had
problems with both alcohol and drugs, 4.5 million had problems with drugs
but not alcohol, and 14.4 million had problems with alcohol only.

According to SAMHSA’s 2014 National Survey on Drug Use and Health (NSDUH)
(PDF | 3.4 MB), approximately 7.9 million adults had co-occurring disorders
in 2014. During the past year, for those adults surveyed who experienced
substance use disorders and any mental illness, rates were highest among
adults ages 26 to 49 (42.7%). For adults with past-year serious mental
illness and co-occurring substance use disorders, rates were highest
among those ages 18 to 25 (35.3%) in 2014.