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.

Contact Information

PRT Director: Stacy Lookout

PRT Hotline: 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 from 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.