YOU ARE NOT ALONE.
Through biomedical and clinical research, medical education and innovative patient care, we’re bringing hope to the fight against opioid use disorder.
National Center for Wellness & Recovery
Our multidisciplinary team of scientists, physicians, researchers and educators have joined forces to end addiction. We’re developing ANSWERS for chronic pain and substance use disorders while safeguarding future generations from addiction through research, medical education and community advocacy. With innovative patient care methods, we’re improving healthcare ACCESS to all Oklahomans and delivering HOPE to those suffering.
HELPING PEOPLE WHERE THEY ARE
The NCWR Addiction Recovery Clinic calls Legacy Plaza its home, the center joins other essential Tulsa entities in this new $60 million+ complex that’s fast become a hub for community improvement thanks to The Anne & Henry Zarrow Foundation. This location allows patients to access many of their current needs including addiction medicine, psychiatry, counseling and family medicine.See treatment options
Addiction Medicine Conference 2021As we conclude our 2021 Virtual Addiction Medicine Conference, we’d like to thank all who have participated as presenters and attendees. We’re proud that our experts in addiction and mental health from NCWR and OSU Center for Health Sciences have had the opportunity to lead participants from coast to coast through a series of diverse, relevant topics. We’re always committed to sharing the latest in addiction research, treatment and prevention.
“The field of addiction medicine has shown me how harmful labels and language can be, but also the power of hope.”
— Kelly Dunn, M.D. Executive Director, Clinical Treatment
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