Residential Programs

Oklahoma Medicaid offers the following residential psychiatric treatment services for children:

Residential Psychiatric Treatment Facilities – Services provided under the direction of a physician and, provided in a hospital, accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations; or hospital or psychiatric programs that meet the requirements of A psychiatric facility that is not a hospital and is accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations, the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities, the Council on Accreditation of Services for Families and Children, or by any other accrediting organization with comparable standards that is recognized by the State.

Residential Behavior Management services (RBMS) in foster care settings – Planned, goal directed services for children and youth in the care and custody of OKDHS that have special psychological, social and emotional needs, requiring more intensive, therapeutic care than can be found in the traditional foster care setting.

Residential Behavior Management services in group settings and non-secure diagnostic and evaluation centers - services for children in the care and custody of the State who have special psychological, behavioral, emotional and social needs that require more intensive care than can be provided in a family or foster home setting. Services are provided by Organized Health Care Delivery Systems (OHCDS).

Residential Substance Abuse Services - Medicaid covers medical detoxification only. For more information concerning residential substance abuse services contact the Oklahoma Department of Mental Health Substance Abuse Services.