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12&12

6333 East Skelly Drive, Tulsa, Oklahoma, 74135
As one of the largest and most comprehensive residential treatment centers in northeastern Oklahoma, 12 & 12 Inc. offers its clients a safe, secure, and supportive environment for recovery from alcohol and drug addiction. The facility’s top priority is always the patient, which is why the rehab offers individualized treatment plans and a comprehensive continuum of care that includes detoxification, residential and dual-diagnosis residential treatment, outpatient treatment, transitional living, independent living, and continuing care services.

Facility Highlights

  • Grief Recovery
  • Anger Management
  • Gender-Specific Issues

Specialization

  • Medical Detoxification

    Drugs and alcohol have widespread effects throughout your body, including but not limited to the addiction and/or physical/psychological dependence that develops with substance abuse over time. Many organ systems are affected by addiction and will react to withdrawal. The term “medical detoxification” means that there is a trained and licensed medical professional onsite to monitor your vital signs and protect your physical and emotional health as your body goes through withdrawal.
  • Outpatient

    Outpatient treatment describes all addiction treatment that is not residential. Patients live at home while undergoing rehab.

Facility Settings

  • Private/Secluded

Meet the Staff

  • Bryan Day
    Bryan DayExecutive Director
    Bryan is the Executive Director of 12&12. Bryan’s diversified professional history is best summarized as managerial and entrepreneurial with over 20 years as CEO / Owner of successful ventures in retail, publishing and service industries. His career includes leadership of start-up ventures, buy-outs, merger and acquisitions and business sales. In the 1990s, the publishing venture Bryan owned and operated was ranked as the 17th largest in the country and was consistently ranked as one of 25 fastest growing publishing companies in the nation with monthly magazine distributions of nearly one million copies worldwide. Bryan’s education focused on business administration, and hotel / motel management. He received numerous awards in the 1980s for development of revenue forecasting systems, and forecasting future business revenue trends within the Sheraton Hotel systems.
  • Bryan A. Van Doren, M.D.
    Bryan A. Van Doren, M.D.Addiction Medicine Specialist
    Dr. Bryan Van Doren is an Addiction Medicine specialist at the University Of Oklahoma College Of Medicine-Tulsa. Dr. Van Doren received his B.S. degrees in Chemistry and Biology at Newman College in Wichita, KS where he graduated Magna Cum Laude. He received his M.D. degree from the University Of Kansas School Of Medicine in Kansas City, KS. Dr. Van Doren completed his Internal Medicine Residency and Fellowship in Medical Oncology & Hematology at the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center in Oklahoma City, OK. Following graduation from Fellowship training Dr. Van Doren worked as a Medical Oncologist & Hematologist in private practice in Oklahoma. After a 15-year career as a Medical Oncologist & Hematologist Dr. Van Doren decided to pursue his longstanding interest and experience with chemical dependency. He completed Fellowship training in Addiction Medicine at the University Of Oklahoma College Of Medicine-Tulsa where he remains as a Faculty member in the Division of Addiction Medicine.

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ABOUT 12 & 12, INC.

Located in Tulsa, Ok., 12 & 12, Inc. is the largest Comprehensive Community Addiction Recovery Center (CCARC) in Oklahoma. The facility offers a full continuum of treatment for individuals struggling with chemical dependency and co-occurring disorders. The facility provides inpatient-based and ambulatory detoxification, residential care, outpatient programs, and transitional living homes.

TREATMENT & ASSESSMENT

To determine an appropriate continuum of care, clients undergo an initial assessment to identify the severity of their addiction and any co-occurring mental health conditions. Clients who require supervision and structure to maintain sobriety may be referred to the facility's residential program. Residential care involves roughly 37 hours per week of structured programming.

Although length of stay depends upon client needs, those receiving intensive inpatient treatment for chemical dependency or dual diagnosis typically remain for 45 to 60 days. In Oklahoma, 12 & 12 is among 21.6 percent of substance abuse facilities that offer long-term, non-hospital residential care,

Clients participate in an individualized treatment plan, which consists of one-on-one and group therapy in conjunction with educational groups and workshops. Specialized groups cover topics including grief recovery, relapse prevention, anger management, coping skills, gender-specific themes, and relationship building. Clients with co-occurring disorders also receive psychiatric evaluations and ongoing medication management.

The organization emphasizes a multidisciplinary approach to sustained recovery. For that reason, residential clients may transition into a less-intensive level of care. Typically lasting between four to 12 weeks, the intensive outpatient program (IOP) consists of nine to 16 hours of weekly programming, while the traditional outpatient program (OP) requires fewer hours. The center also operates a number of sober living facilities for clients who attend an outpatient-based service. The typical length of residency in a transitional home is between two and three months.

STAFF CREDENTIALS

Accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF), 12 & 12 employs a multidisciplinary team of physicians board-certified in addiction medicine, psychiatrists, masters-level substance abuse and mental health counselors, registered nurses, dietitian, and support staff. To date, the five individuals polled by Rehabs.com on the matter praised the staff's aptitude.

Staff Experience and Training: 4.4/5

ACCOMMODATIONS & AMENITIES

Residential clients share double-occupancy, gender-specific bedrooms with a private bath. They receive meals in a communal dining room, have access to a common lounge area, computer lab, library, laundry facilities, and fitness room. Activities include ping-pong, foosball, and chess.

WHAT ALUMNI SAY

Seven alumni polled by Rehabs.com about 12 & 12 to date submitted mixed opinions, skewed positive: four positive, two neutral, and one negative. Clients tended to appreciated the facility's cleanliness and upkeep, though felt holistic offerings could improve.

Facility Cleanliness and Upkeep: 4/5
Holistic Offerings: 3/5

A majority of reviewers praised the staff and their caring attitude, such as Connie, who wrote: “The staff was all very caring, well educated and really wanted to help everyone.” Offering four stars for the respect shown to clients, alum T.N. added: “Some of them (the staff) are recovering also so, they know what it's like to be in your shoes. Very compasionate.”

However, K.W. described the facility as a “joke” and “get-out-of-jail-free card.” Another considered the staff judgmental and yet another felt the facility misrepresented themselves. “The website featured totally different expectations,” one alum wrote.

Secondary review sites yielded negative feedback: 2.6 out of five stars based on five reviews on CiteHealth, and two stars based on four reviews on YellowPages.com. [1] [2] Positive reviewers (alumni, loved ones) referenced the concerned, caring, and competent staff. The more prevalent negative reviewers criticized the one-size-fits all approach, lack of safety, and rampant drug use.

“There are more drugs inside there than on the streets,” one alum wrote on CiteHealth. Another referenced an attempted suicide at the facility, followed by a tragic successful episode. The reviewer blamed the staff for failing to contact the family about the attempt and for not putting the client under suicide watch.

WHAT FRIENDS & FAMILY SAY

Three of the four loved ones polled by Rehabs.com to date about 12 & 12 submitted highly favorable feedback, offering four- and perfect five-star ratings for the facility's counseling options, the amount of family participation, and the likelihood they'd recommend the facility. "Excellent counseling services," one loved one wrote.

Loved ones referenced the compassionate, professional counselors and ease of communication, yet two pointed out the admissions process involved heavy paperwork and long wait times. The negative reviewer wrote: “This facility is not for the general public. It\'s full of court ordered addicts and is, in my opinion, one step above city jail.”

WHAT STAFF SAY

The one employee polled by Rehabs.com to date submitted a positive review, praising the center’s “never-say-never” attitude. Offering five-star ratings for protocols training, the experience of staff, and the protected privacy of clients, the employee wrote: “They're leaders in the statewide rehab community. Caring staff and good success rate.”

FINANCING

12 & 12 is a state-funded, nonprofit organization, which is in-network with most health insurance providers and contracts with various state and federal agencies and Native American tribes. The facility also partners with My Treatment Lender, which provides private financing options. The five individuals polled by Rehabs.com on the matter generally approved of the facility's cost.

Affordability: 4/5

[1] https://www.citehealth.com/rehab-centers/Oklahoma/cities/Tulsa/12-12-inc

[2] https://www.yellowpages.com/Tulsa-ok/mip/12-12-inc-463423700

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