Behavioral Health Services

Chickasaw Nation Residents, Chickasaws At‑large

Behavioral Health Services provides mental health crisis intervention for any age and can include the entire family unit. Emergency crisis services are provided as needed, including after-hours and holidays, at the Chickasaw Nation Medical Center.

Services are available to Chickasaw citizens and First Americans who are patients of the Chickasaw Nation Department of Health.

See contact information, program details or locations.


  • Chickasaw Citizens
  • First Americans
  • Services available to all ages
  • Patient of the Chickasaw Nation Department of Health 
You Provide
  • Citizenship Card
  • Driver’s License
  • Birth Certificate
For information regarding application process, contact us.


(580) 421-4591


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Program Details

Behavioral health providers believe mental health concerns and stress can affect the whole family. They have open services available that can include the entire family unit.

Behavioral health will accept referrals from physicians, nursing staff and other facility staff. Patients, family members and other agency referrals are also accepted.

Referrals provided for residential or substance use treatment.

Crisis intervention is provided as needed, including after-hours, nights, weekends and holidays at the Chickasaw Nation Medical Center.

Non-emergent patients may schedule an appointment. Emergent patients may be seen the same day of referral.

Other Information

Zero Suicide is a commitment to suicide prevention in health and behavioral health systems. It is both a concept and a practice being implemented by the Chickasaw Nation.


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