Epidemiologists are available after hours by calling (405) 517-5536 to receive disease reports requiring immediate attention. Use of that number should be restricted to the reporting of infectious diseases requiring immediate notification of the local health department by physicians, infection control, diagnostic laboratories, and reports of illness in three or more people who have eaten at the same restaurant, family gathering or party. If you are returning a call from the program please call back on the next business day or leave a message including your name and phone number.

For foodborne illness or questions about infectious diseases, please call OCCHD's notifiable conditions line at (405) 425-4437.

Please call the Child Abuse Reporting Hotline at 1-800-522-3511 if you suspect child abuse or neglect.

The Oklahoma County Crisis Intervention Center (405-522-8100) provides immediate response to mental health or substance abuse emergencies.

Reachout Hotline (1-800-522-9054) is a 24-hour hotline for information or referrals regarding mental health and substance abuse issues.

SafeLine (1-800-522-7233) is a hotline for domestic violence or sexual assault.

National Suicide hotlines (1-800-273-TALK) offer 24-hour toll-free help for anyone contemplating suicide.

The Youth Crisis and Runaway Hotline (1-800-448-4663) is a crisis hotline that offers information and referral for runaways and youth in crisis.

NorthCare Crisis Intervention Services (405-858-2700) offers Mobile Crisis Response Teams that are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to provide assistance for mental health and substance abuse crisis through telephone or face-to-face assessments. Services are designed to de-escalate the crisis situation and prevent possible inpatient hospitalization, detention and/or homelessness.

Children's Crisis Center: Red Rock (405-425-0333) is available to assist children in need of crisis intervention and stabilization for trauma, emotional, behavioral or substance abuse issues. Services are provided in a secure residential setting for up to five days, if needed.