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Community Programs

Tulsa Regional Mental Health Plan

In 2005, the Lewin Report uncovered significant health disparities among different areas of Tulsa. The report motivated Tulsa leaders to join together to address these disparities and meaningful improvement has been made in the last 12 years. In the same spirit, the Tulsa Regional Mental Health Plan seeks to understand and address gaps in the mental health care delivery system in Tulsa.

This effort began in June 2016 and is funded by the Anne and Henry Zarrow Foundation. The Institute for Health Care Delivery Sciences is working with the Washington, D.C.-based Urban Institute to conduct the research, and the Steering Committee will present its report in January 2018.

Read more about the Tulsa Regional Mental Health Plan here.

New plan outlines approach for addressing mental health and substance abuse
Tulsa World, June 24, 2016

Tulsa Regional Mental Health Plan leaders partner with national firm to create roadmap for mental health improvements
Tulsa World, October 28, 2016