ABOUT THE OSAGE NATION PRIMARY RESIDENTIAL TREATMENT CENTER
A coordinated effort between Indian Health Service and the Osage Tribe of Oklahoma, the Osage Nation Primary Residential Treatment (PRT) Center is a residential program designed for adults of the Osage Tribe struggling with chemical dependency. Located in Pawhuska, Okla., the residential program also accepts descendants from an enrolled member of a federally recognized tribe. The facility does not provide on-site detoxification services, and potential clients must complete withdrawal before admission.
TREATMENT & ASSESSMENT
According to its website, the Osage Nation PRT offers an individualized approach to treatment. Clients must have completed a mental health evaluation with a licensed practical nurse (LPN) before entry.
PRT’s programming blends evidence-based methods, Native American principles, and 12-step principles and practices to help clients acquire sobriety and learn techniques to sustain recovery. The 60-day residential program is one ofto offer long-term residential care.
During the residential program, clients participate in a structured schedule of group and individual therapy to address the underlying issues that may be contributing to addictive behavior. Clients are also immersed into the 12-step model of recovery. Clients attend on-site 12-step meetings, study fellowship literature, and perform associated “step-work.” Osage Nation spiritual principles are incorporated into the.
As a Native American-influenced treatment program, a variety of culturally relevant principles and traditional activities are incorporated into treatment. Other services offered include recreational therapy, moral recognition therapy (MRT), and education about life skills, parenting, anger management, and relapse prevention.
There is currently no information provided by Osage Nation PRT regarding its treatment staff. Two of the three individuals polled by Best-rehabs.com at the time of this writing gave the treatment staff’s level of experience ratings of four and five out of five stars.
ACCOMMODATIONS & AMENITIES
There is currently no information provided by Osage Nation PRT regarding its living arrangements and related offerings. On the application form, clients are asked to bring any prescription medication with them and to have any dental issues addressed in advance. Cell phones are prohibited, though clients can send out mail if they bring their own postage.
WHAT ALUMNI SAY
To date, the two alumni polled by Best-rehabs.com praised almost all areas of Osage Nation PRT. Alum Brooke rated the facility a perfect five stars for the level of family participation, the cleanliness of the facility, and the inclusion of holistic treatment methods into programming. “It is a native American based program and is small so theres more one on one time. The spiritual side of it was the most amazing experience I have ever had,” Brooke wrote. The other anonymous alum simply added: “Overall a good facility.”
On CiteHealth, two alumni to date rated the facility three and five out of five stars. The five-star reviewer wrote: “All of the councilors and staff at this program are truly great at what they do.” However, the other warned female clients away, claiming indecent staff behavior.
WHAT STAFF SAY
The sole staff member polled by Best-rehabs.com at the time of this writing agreed with the positive assessments of the Osage Nation PRT. The survey respondent, a counselor, rated it a perfect five stars for the loyalty of clients and four stars for the loyalty of staff. The staff member also cited the Native American approach as a facility strength.
There is currently no information provided on the Osage Nation’s website regarding its costs. The sole staffer polled by Best-rehabs.com, however, indicated that the facility does not accept insurance.