Military Crisis Line:
Submit a Critical Behavioral Health Incident Report (CBHIR)
The mission of the Oklahoma Substance Abuse Program (SAP) is to increase the readiness and resiliency of Soldiers and Families.
Behavioral Health Coordinators provide crisis response counseling, behavioral health assessments, short-term, non-medical solution focused psycho-educational support, wellness briefings with units, and guard leadership consultation.
Oklahoma National Guard Chaplains provide comprehensive religious support through presence, care, and hope. Chaplains provide ministry services wherever Guardsmen are serving and provide religious ministry response as needed to service members, families and others. Chaplains also provide confidential counseling and grief management.
The mission of the Guard Advocacy Program (GAP) is to use the natural strengths and abilities of the Oklahoma National Guard service member in order to promote and preserve both mental and physical health.
Sexual assault is a crime that has no place in the Military and there is a zero tolerance policy against it.
The Suicide Prevention program provides support and resources for suicide prevention, intervention, postvention, and follow-up.