PRT Department

About this Program

The Osage Nation Primary Residential Treatment (PRT) Center is a drug and alcohol residential treatment program administered by the Osage Nation Counseling Center. PRT is a 60-day program for men and women suffering from substance abuse. This program was developed to encourage and prepare Native Americans for a drug- and alcohol-free lifestyle.

Community Needs Assessment 2022 Letter of Introduction


Contact Information

PRT Hotline: 918-287-5413

Holding Hope Series 
The Holding Hope Series focuses on sharing ways the Osage Nation Primary Residential Treatment (PRT) Center can and does support individuals suffering from substance abuse. If you or a loved one needs support, please call (918) 287-5413. 

PRT provides an individualized treatment service and is client-centered to meet the unique needs of each participant. Included at PRT are the following:

  • Alcohol and Drug Education
  • Cultural Principles
  • Individual & Group Therapy
  • Recreational Therapy
  • Life Skills Education
  • Twelve Steps Groups
  • Traditional Activities
  • Parenting Education
  • Anger Management
  • Moral Recognition Therapy (MRT)
  • Relapse Prevention


PRT provides the following services:

  • 60-day residential treatment
  • Group Therapy
  • Individual Therapy
  • Recreational Therapy
  • Living Skills Education
  • Traditional Activities
  • Twelve Step Support Groups
  • AA Meetings
  • NA Meetings
  • Be a descendant of an enrolled member of a federally-recognized tribe and be eligible for Indian Health Services.
  • Be eighteen (18) years of age or older.
How to apply

To be admitted to PRT, please read the instructions and fill out the application form contained in the pre-admission packet:

Pre-admission Packet

It is possible for PRT to have a waiting list. Once an application has cleared the approval and pre-admission process, the applicant will be notified if they are, in fact, on the waiting list and how many other individuals are in front of them on the waiting list.