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Integrated Multidisciplinary Program of Assertive Community Treatment (IMPACT)

The OU IMPACT group is a multidisciplinary team designed to provide assertive treatment to those who need a higher level of care than traditional outpatient services can provide. This approach, oftentimes called a “hospital without walls” provides wrap-around services. This means helping our members with numerous things such as getting housing, making doctor appointments for physical health problems, medication management, applying for SSI, SSDI, food stamps, as well as helping them with activities of daily living and meeting the goals they have set for themselves through engagement, encouragement and positive reinforcement. Our core philosophy of care is based on harm reduction and strength building. Our target population is the homeless, although we will accept members who are already housed. This team is comprised of a psychiatrist, social workers, licensed professional counselors, case managers, nurses and a future addition of an occupational therapist. Some of these staff members also act as a peer specialist, a housing specialist, a vocational specialist or a chemical dependency specialist. Since we are part of an academic institution, we will have psychiatry residents, medical students and interns from various disciplines rotating with us.

IMPACT Medical Director

Sarah McClanahan, D.O.


Shantana Allen, LPC

Stephanie Bennett, RN

Elizabeth Bouch, RN

Shannon Flynn, LPC

Brooke Hensley, RN

Cindy Hickl, Team Leader, LCSW

Stacy King, Assistant Team Leader, LPC

Noah McKinley, Case Manager, BHRS

Jesica Sanders, Senior Administrative Assistant

Jessica Stutler, Case Manager/PRSS

Carolyn Wilson, Case Manager, BHRS


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4444 East 41st Street
Tulsa, OK  74135