Roadback Inc. is funded primarily through contracts with the Oklahoma Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services and the Oklahoma Department of Corrections. The citizens of Lawton through their generous gifts to Ft. Sill- Lawton United Way provide significant support to Roadback. Without the donations of the United Way Roadback could not operate. Roadback Inc. receives the in-kind donation of the use of the Helen Holliday Foundation Home for our women’s detox and halfway house programs. We also generate funds through the medicaid billings for our out-patient counseling services and from the DUI School. Due to their status, residential consumers at Pathways and our transitional living homes qualify for food stamps and we utilize their food stamps to help provide the dietary services. We are also funded by the generous donations of individuals. And finally, we seek grants and gifts from individuals and foundations.
Fees for Services
Must Meet Income Guidelines
We provide substance abuse treatment services for persons in southwestern Oklahoma. We have a contract with the Oklahoma Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services (ODMHSAS) to provide: non-medical detoxification, residential treatment for women, and out-patient counseling. We admit any adult who meets U.S. poverty guidelines and the admission criteria for a level of care as defined by The ADSAM standardized assessment instrument. There is a $3/day co-payment for residential services.
Our Out-patient program has the ability to provide substance abuse counseling for persons who have medicaid.
Transitional Living homes are $10.00 a day for co-payments.
DUI School Must Pay in Cash
The fees for the DUI School services must be paid in cash as required by state statute.