Partner with us
From from project-specific contracts to multi-year investments, Healthy Minds' work is sustained by clients and funders who share our mission for improving the well-being of all Oklahomans.
Strengthening Oklahoma's behavioral health ecosystem
Clients and project partners
Healthy Minds' experts have decades of experience in behavioral health policy and practice, with expertise in mental health systems for children and youth, community-based care, multi-system coordination, treatment and prevention practices, and data and population health analysis.
Unlike a for-profit consulting firm, hiring Healthy Minds is an investment in Oklahoma's behavioral health ecosystem, enabling us to pursue additional research, policy analysis, and community projects.
Our clients include communities, treatment providers, health care systems, education institutions, state agencies, and more. These partners all share commitment to improving the quality, availability, and accessibility of behavioral health care in Oklahoma.
Community change projects & problem solving
We help Oklahoma communities analyze and address complex challenges related to mental health and substance use, including problem definition and analysis, stakeholder convening and facilitation, and action planning.
We support communities and organizations with comprehensive needs and system assessments, including strategic planning and implementation assistance as needed.
Program evaluation & consultation
We provide technical assistance, consultation, and data analysis for program and project directors, including evaluations required for grant reporting.
Research & data analysis
We produce custom research projects and reports, including quantitative, qualitative and geographic analyses.
Investing in long-term impact
Funders and philanthropic partners
Transforming Oklahoma's approach to mental health takes sustained effort and resources. Partnerships with foundations, grant-making organizations, and other philanthropic funders enable Healthy Minds to address long-standing issues and emerging opportunities.
Ongoing operational support from The Anne and Henry Zarrow Foundation – Healthy Minds' founding funder – supports our core policy work, fellowship program, and the implementation of recommendations in the Tulsa Regional Mental Health Plan.
With a mission to decriminalize mental illness, the Sozosei Foundation supports Healthy Minds' efforts to establish true parity between physical and mental health care in Oklahoma, as well as our focus on policies and practices that divert people to appropriate settings of care.
Through a community collaborations grant from the Tulsa Area United Way, Healthy Minds convenes area stakeholders and facilitates community problem solving to address gaps in the city's continuum of care for children and youth.
As a sub-grantee of the American Heart Association's Voices for Healthy Kids program, Healthy Minds provides expert consultation to Tulsa Public Schools’ staff on planning and implementing school-based mental health services and interventions.
Funding from ProsperOK supports our behavioral health workforce development efforts, with a focus on empowering clinicians that reflect and represent the broad array of communities and cultures in Oklahoma.