Do you feel like your life is out of control? Does it seem like your only source of comfort is drinking or taking drugs? Is a loved one’s drinking or drug use causing problems for your family?
At Roadback Inc., we offer hope to people and families whose lives have gotten off track because of alcohol or drugs.
If you or someone you care about is looking for help and hope to stop drinking or using drugs please call us today at 580-357-6889.
Our mission is based on the philosophy that Roadback Inc provides access facilitation for needed services including making available integrated, trauma informed mental health and substance abuse services. These services sometimes require referrals to community service providers. All of Roadback's facilities provide a safe, warm, welcoming and culturally/ age appropriate environment. We will accept every person seeking help and strives to provide integrated services and supports, in a manner that demonstrates hospitality, respect, and offers choices. This welcoming response conveys a "no wrong door" philosophy that every door into the substance abuse/mental health service delivery system is the "right door" into the continuum of care provided by the Oklahoma Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services programs and contracted providers.
The primary focus of Roadback Inc. is to provide the highest evidence-based substance abuse treatment services that will result in self-supporting and contributing members of the community. It is the mission of Roadback, Inc. to encourage participation in Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous twelve step fellowships and to help those in recovery apply spiritual principles in their daily lives. Roadback Inc.’s programs provide:
Substance abuse treatment programs for adults with limited income which include:
Substance Abuse Out-Patient Counseling is Provided at:
1202 SW A Avenue, Lawton, OK 73501
Other Substance Abuse Services Available
ADSAC (DUI) Assessments
10 Hr. ADSAC (DUI) Schools
24 Hr. ADSAC (DUI) Schools
ADSAC Out-patient counseling 6 or 12 sessions
Victim's Impact Panels