Call (800) 821-6993 or (918) 492-8200 to talk to one of our professionals.
There is no charge for mental health assessments.
Shadow Mountain Behavioral Health System has a 24-hour, seven-day a week crisis intervention, mental health assessment, referral and admission service. We do accept walk-ins; however, we encourage calling for appointments because that enables us to start gathering information in order to make the most of our assessment time together.
Do we provide telemedicine assessment? Yes.
If you would need to drive a long distance for an assessment, which commonly happens due to our specialty services, please tell us. We work with many telemedicine sites around the state.
The Assessment Center staff, comprised of therapists and psychiatric nurses, provides confidential mental health assessments and consultation for psychiatric, behavioral, emotional and chemical dependency problems.
- Intake assessments are reviewed with a psychiatrist, who determines the level of care medically necessary based on the most recent developments. We cannot admit children who have medical needs that supersede psychiatric needs.
- Following the assessment, the Assessment Center staff will make referrals for outpatient, acute inpatient or residential care based on individual treatment needs.
The Assessment Center will also help families determine the financial resources available for health care costs, including insurance coverage and state aid. Contact the Assessment Center to set up an assessment by calling (800) 821-6993 or (918) 492-8200.Shadow Mountain Hospital and Assessment Center
6262 S. Sheridan Road
Tulsa, OK 74133
Please complete the following form and bring it with you to your mental health assessment.
We cannot offer diagnoses, counseling or recommendations online, but an Assessment and Referral Specialist is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. If you are experiencing an emergency, please dial 911 or go to the nearest emergency room.
Only children and adolescents who have completed a mental health assessment may be put on a waiting list for residential treatment.