Aafolotaꞌ (Turning Point)

Aafolotaꞌ (Turning Point) is a program funded by a grant from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) to provide outpatient substance abuse counseling to American Indian/Alaska Native (AI/AN) youth.

Weekly counseling sessions incorporate the practice of Motivation Enhancement Therapy and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy to help youth determine their passions and discover meaningful reasons for making positive life changes.

You Provide:

  • CDIB card or tribal citizenship card of youth
  • Insurance (if applicable)
  • Parent/guardian must bring youth who are younger than 18 to first appointment and provide documented proof of custodial parent/guardian relationship

Eligibility:

  • Citizenship in a federally recognized tribe
  • 12 to 24 years of age
  • Substance abuse issues
  • An outpatient level of care must be appropriate for the client

Other Information:

The SYT Program incorporates Recovery Support and Case Management Services, which include referrals to resources such as housing, education/GED, employment, health/wellness, cultural classes, support groups and assistance with long-term sobriety maintenance strategies, among other helpful resources. Recovery support services continue for up to six months after the youth has completed the program.

Service Area

Both

This service is available both inside and outside the Chickasaw Nation's boundaries


Locations

Ada Outpatient Services

1300 Hoppe Blvd., Suite 4

Ada, Oklahoma 74820

(580) 436-1222

Ardmore Outpatient Services

2510 Chickasaw Drive

Ardmore, Oklahoma 73401

(580) 222-2884

Oklahoma City Outpatient Services

4001 N. Lincoln Blvd.

Oklahoma, Oklahoma 73105

(405) 767-8940

Pauls Valley Outpatient Services

111 Arrowhead Drive

Pauls Valley, Oklahoma 73075

(405) 331-2300

Purcell Outpatient Services

1726 N. Green Avenue

Purcell, Oklahoma 73080

(405) 767-8940

Last Updated: 02/15/2017