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Behavioral Health

Behavioral Health

Behavioral Health

Refers to the efforts that the State of Oklahoma is making to provide access to quality mental health treatment and awareness of mental health topics.

$461.1M
Annual Expenses to Date
Fiscal Year Budget by Funding Source
Agencies Contributing Budget

Mental Health Wait Times

Maintain the wait time between first contact and face-to-face visit for behavioral health treatment to less than 3 days every year through 2018.

• Today: 
3 days
• Target: 
3 days

Adult Mental Health Treatment

Increase the number of eligible adults receiving mental health treatment from 84,700 in 2014 to 88,950 by 2018.

• Today: 
89,400 adult recipients
• Target: 
88,950 adult recipients

Child Mental Health Treatment

Increase the number of eligible children receiving mental health treatment from 87,500 in 2014 to 91,000 by 2018.

• Today: 
87,900 children
• Target: 
91,000 children

Inpatient Re-Admittance Care

Maintain the percentage of individuals receiving inpatient or crisis unit care who return within 180 days at 21% or below every year through 2018.

• Today: 
19.7%
• Target: 
21.00%