“…offering a chance to change for those whose lives are affected by addictions and related behavioral disorders.”
Trained and experienced counselors offer individual, family, and group counseling for adolescents, children and adults. Counseling is provided for substance abuse, problem gambling, other addictions, codependency, family and marital issues, grief, anxiety, depression, trauma, and other issues.
- Substance Abuse Services
A Chance to Change provides substance abuse and addiction counseling services to adults, adolescents and family members.
- A Chance To Recover
As a United Way partner, A Chance to Change provides substance abuse and related family counseling for adolescents, adults and families with low incomes.
- Formal Intervention Services
For families, nothing is more frightening than the thought of confronting a loved one. Experienced and compassionate counselors at A Chance to Change provide the support families need by acting as a mediator and go-between for families and the addicted person.
- A Chance To Recover
- Mental Health Counseling
A Chance to Change offers counseling focusing on issues such as depression, anxiety, stress, grief, family and marital issues.
- Trauma Focused Counseling
A Chance to Change counselors have extensive training in working with trauma victims including those with a history of violence, abuse, natural disaster and military trauma providing trauma informed care.
- Child and Adolescent services
We provide specialized services to children and adolescents including working with children and adolescents on substance abuse, addiction, depression, anxiety, behavioral problems, trauma and other child related issues
- Problem Gambling Treatment
A Chance to Change has a certified counseling program for problem gamblers and their families. Specially trained counselors provide individual, group, and family counseling. Our agreement with the Oklahoma Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services allows us to provide our problem gambling program at low cost for those who need it.
- Employee Assistance Program
This employer-funded program provides confidential counseling to help employees with their problems at home and at work. Companies contract with ACTC to provide help for their employees with substance abuse and mental health issues.
Case management provides advocacy, linkage and referral services to assist individuals in finding needed assistance such as food, housing, financial assistance and medical care.
A Chance to Change Coaches provide services to help individuals discover their goals for improvement, define specific goals and strategies for reaching these goals and then enabling the person, through regular counseling, to achieve these goals. Coaching can be provided for life concerns such as wellness, career, or relationships.
Addiction Education Series
“Addiction: How it affects you and your family”
This free, ongoing six-part program teaches about the disease of chemical dependency, codependency, enabling, treatment, family roles, and behavioral addictions. The series has a special significance for people who are concerned about the addiction of a family member, a friend, or themselves.
A Chance to SUCCEED
This pro-active program with schools provides free education for faculty and parents about substance abuse and other issues affecting students. Students are offered free drug and alcohol screenings, groups, and follow up interventions if needed.
This prevention program was developed by ACTC to provide accurate information about drugs and alcohol to students in middle and high school classes. The program is provided for students by volunteers one hour each day for one week.