Our staff welcomes the opportunity to assist you with your concerns and struggles. We are licensed clinicians available to provide assessment and counseling for a wide range of mental health issues.
The comprehensive Behavioral Health Department addresses the physical as well as the mental, emotional and spiritual needs of the Indian Community. Counseling is designed to help individuals, couples, and families talk about troubling personal problems in a safe comforting atmosphere. Confidentiality is strictly adhered to.
For more information about scheduling an appointment with Behavioral Health,
please call (918)-332-4399
The Methamphetamine and Suicide Prevention Initiative (MSPI) grant gives NTHS the opportunity to provide the Running Wild program. The mission of this program is to challenge at-risk youth within the community to experience the benefits of goal-setting, character development, adult mentoring, and improved health by providing a life changing experience through training and completion of either a 10K or a half-marathon. This program has also been able to build working relationships among many community partners to all work towards the same goals for the youth of Ottawa County.
Northeast Tribal Health Center, Miami, Oklahoma 74354, United States
08:00 am – 05:00 pm
Closed: Weekends, Federal Holidays, and first Wednesday morning of each month until 1 p.m. for staff meetings.
For after-hours care contact:
Claremore Indian Hospital at (918) 342-6200
Cherokee Nation W. W. Hastings at (918) 458-3100