12&12, Inc., Tulsa, Oklahoma
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Overview of 12&12
12&12, Inc. is the state’s largest CCARC (Comprehensive Community Addiction Recovery Center). It is located near the University of Tulsa in Tulsa, Oklahoma. It offers treatment and rehabilitation to adults who are suffering from addiction, substance abuse, and mental health problems. It is sponsored by the Oklahoma Department of Mental Health and Substance Adult Services.
It is the only recovery center that provides ambulance detox program on the site. 12&12, Inc. was founded in 1985 with the mission to treat more than 25,000 youths of Oklahoma who are drug or alcohol dependents.
Recently, it was awarded the best residential treatment center in Oklahoma by the Oklahoma Citizen Advocates for Recovery and Treatment Association. Furthermore, 12&12, Inc. is also a recipient of the Gold Award, which was given by the Tulsa Area United Way to this facility for of its outstanding support to the community.
12&12 offers a continuum of treatment choices to its clients that include detoxification, outpatient treatment, intensive residential program, counseling, intensive outpatient program, counseling, and transitional living. A multidisciplinary treatment approach is the basis of 12&12’s services that include counseling, nursing, psychiatry, case management, and medical oversight.
Accommodation and Food at 12&12
12&12, Inc. is housed in the building of the redundant Sheraton Skyline Hotel. The facility purchased this hotel back in 1993. It spreads over an area of 170,000 sq. ft. with 277 rooms, meeting rooms, offices, dining facilities, laundry facilities, and offices. All rooms of the facility are well-furnished with modern equipments.
The residential inpatient program houses a hundred women and men at a time in gender-based units. Two women or men share a single room including a private bath that is equipped with a shower and tub. There are special arrangements available for people who are hearing impaired or otherwise handicapped.
The facility has four floors and every floor has a common area that includes TV, DVD, library, and study area. There are outdoor areas for recreational activities such as basketball, volleyball, Ping-Pong, etc.
In terms of food, 12&12 provides nutritious and tasty meals to clients thrice a day. A licensed dietician looks after the meal plan with other staff all the time. The meals at the facility are served in a buffet style in the cafeteria. Vegetarian options are also available for those who need it.
Treatment Options at 12&12
12&12, Inc. offers various treatment options for both inpatient and outpatient services. Some of the treatment options available at the 12&12 include:
- Ambulatory Detoxification
- Dual Diagnosis Residential Treatment
- Intensive Residential Treatment
- Intensive Co-Occurring Residential Treatment
- Intensive Outpatient Treatment
- Transitional living
- Continuing Care
The facility provides high-end treatment to clients with the help of various therapies. The major therapies used by the 12&12 are based on the 12-step model. Other therapy choices available at the facility include:
- 12-Step principles
- Medications Assisted Therapy (MAT)
- Music Therapy
- Mindfulness-based Relapse Prevention (MBRP)
- Individual Therapy
- Group Therapy
- Evidence-based Interventions
Payment Options and Insurances
12&12 offers treatments at a minimal fee. You can make payments through self-pay or various health insurances. 12&12, Inc. is covered by numerous insurance providers including:
- United Healthcare
- United Behavioral Health
- Community Care
- Health CHOICE
Licenses and Accreditation
- Accredited by Comprehensive Community Addiction Recovery Center (CCARC)
- Accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF)
- Certified by the Oklahoma Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services
- Accredited by the Veterans Administration (VA)
12&12, Inc.’s Amenities
12&12, Inc. also operates another facility by the name, Bryce House, which is accredited by the Veterans Administration. This residential living facility is designed especially for homeless veterans who are in recovery. The foundation of the 12&12, Inc. is based on two principles. One is that addiction is a chronic and progressive disorder of the brain while the other one is, the addiction treatment involves a recovery process based on an individual’s needs.
This facility even offers classes and tutorials for job searching and on resume writing respectively in a computer lab. Apart from that, there are outdoor and indoor recreational areas to prop up various activities. There is also a gym available for clients on the site.
About 12&12’s Staff
The staff at 12&12, Inc. comprises around 120 members that include counselors, nurses, and LADCs. They supervise round the clock to prevent any relapse. Some of the notable personalities of the 12&12 include:
Chief Executive Officer
Bryan Day has served as CEO and owner of various successful ventures in publishing, service, and retail industries over the past 20 years. In the 1980s, he received various awards for revenue forecasting and trends systems related to the Sheraton Hotel Systems.
Brad Collins is an adjunct professor who teaches AOD counselors at Tulsa Community College. He completed his Masters in Human Relations at the University of Oklahoma. He is an approved OBLADC supervisor. He is passionate about educating diverse people about the various methods, components, and means of recovery from the disease of addiction.
Dr. Samuel Martin is the medical director of 12&12, Inc. since the year 2016. He is also a clinical assistant professor of Behavioral Sciences and Psychiatry at Oklahoma State University Center for Health Sciences. He completed his general psychiatry and medical training at the University of Oklahoma. He is a certified doctor in addiction medicine and psychiatry. He has provided psychiatric and addiction care to clients receiving residential treatment and detoxification services at the 12&12 since 2011.
Tulsa, OK, 74135
Where do calls go
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