OU IMPACT seeks to provide intensive treatment to persons with chronic mental illnesses. Our primary objective is to improve overall wellness for those individuals that need higher levels of care, by utilizing a best practice approach that incorporates clinical, medical and rehabilitation services through an integrated multidisciplinary team. Our target population will be those individuals that are diagnosed with schizophrenia, schizoaffective disorder, recurrent major depression with psychotic features and bipolar disorder. The core philosophy of OU IMPACT is based on harm reduction and strength building. OU IMPACT provides a best practice approach to treatment and prevention and does so through engagement, encouragement and positive reinforcement.
Integrated Multidisciplinary Program of Assertive Community Treatment
IMPACT Medical Director
Sarah McClanahan, D.O.
Shantana Allen, LPC
Stephanie Bennett, RN
Elizabeth Bouch, RN
Shannon Flynn, Assistant Team Leader, LPC
Brooke Hensley, RN
Cindy Hickl, Team Leader, LCSW
Noah McKinley, Case Manager, BHRS
Jesica Sanders, Senior Administrative Assistant
Cathy Spears, RN
Jessica Stutler, Case Manager, PRSS
Christy Tabor, Case manager, BHRS
The Y-OU IMPACT Program
As part of our Behavioral Health Home, OU IMPACT has collaborated with the Tandy Family YMCA and The University of Oklahoma College of Allied Health, specifically Dr Ken Randall and Dr. Jessica Tsotsoros, to provide a physical health and wellness program for our members. Our aim in this study is to bring the physical and psychosocial benefits of exercise to people with behavioral diagnoses that include bipolar disorder, schizoaffective disorder, and schizophrenia through an exercise, activity and nutrition program. Please watch the video below for an overview.
4444 East 41st Street
Tulsa, OK 74135
Accredited/Certified by The Joint Commission. OU IMPACT has earned the Joint Commission’s Gold Seal of Approval.