ODMHSAS Provider Certification manages the statutory certification processes stipulated by O.S., Title 43A. Certification is the process by which facilities in Oklahoma are granted a license to provide behavioral health services and related supports. As such, ODMHSAS is responsible for certifying all Alcohol and Drug Treatment programs, Community Mental Health Centers, Community Residential Care Mental Health programs, Gambling Treatment programs, Eating Disorder Treatment programs, Community-Based Structured Crisis Centers, Programs of Assertive Community Treatment, Comprehensive Community Addiction Recovery Centers, and Outpatient Mental Health Programs. Additionally, the ODMHSAS regulates certification processes related behavioral health case management, peer recovery support services, and limited functions connected with reinstatement of drivers licenses.
The Oklahoma Administrative Code establishes specific processes that must be followed as well as articulates detailed standards and criteria related to behavioral health services offered to the citizens of Oklahoma. Provider Certification staff review all organizations that apply for Certification in accordance with specific protocols. Subsequently a certification status is recommended to the ODMHSAS Board.
If you would like to speak directly to a Certification staff member, please call 405-522-3800 or email questions to BPitts@odmhsas.org
ODMHSAS Certified Providers
Effective November 1, 2015, any applicant for certification by the ODMHSAS, either initial or renewing, is subject to revisions in Oklahoma Administrative Code (OAC) at Title 450. Note that revisions were made to Chapters 1, 17, 18, 23, 24, 27, 50, 55, and 65. These revisions were promulgated on September 15, 2015, and will be implemented on November 1, 2015.