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12&12 Board of Directors

  • Chairman
    Clayton Woodrum
    Woodrum, Tate & Associates, PLLC
  • Vice Chairman
    Nick Schneider
    Trustee, Lorene Cooper Hasbrouck Charitable Trust
  • Vice Chairman
    Reuben Davis
    Alexander Memorial Fund
  • Secretary
    Thomas Robertson
    Barrow & Grimm, P.C.
  • Treasurer
    Sam S. Alexander
    Certified Public Accountant
  • Walter P. Bryce, Jr.
     A.J. Gallagher Risk Mgmt. Services, Inc.
  • Patrick B. Cobb
    Kolding Oil & Gas, LLC
  • Ruby Gilbreath, LPC, LADC
    Retired
  • William Kellough
    Doerner, Saunders, Daniel & Anderson LLP
  • Mike Kimbrel, Sr.
    Kimbrel Oil Corporation
  • Rob Laird
    Alexander Memorial Fund
  • Mary McMahon
    Petroleum International
  • John Roberds
    Odyssey Digital Printing (retired)
  • Sharolyn Wallace, PhD
    Associate Professor of Human Services
    Tulsa Community College
  • Sharon Wright
    Tulsa Community College (retired)
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Annual Report

FY16 Annual Impact Report

FY16 Annual Management Report

FY15 Annual Management Report

12 & 12 Inc. is a comprehensive addiction recovery treatment center serving individuals and their families who are affected by alcoholism and other drug addictions. Our services are provided for adults 18 and older in the Tulsa metropolitan area, surrounding counties, and statewide. Our administrative offices and most programs are located in our Skyline facility at 6333 E. Skelly Drive. We have one satellite, Bryce House, located in downtown Tulsa at 1214 S. Baltimore which serves homeless veterans.

Since we were first organized in 1985, our primary purpose has been to help individuals affected by alcoholism and other drug addictions. From our modest beginnings as a halfway house for alcoholic men, we have evolved into the largest community addiction recovery center in Oklahoma serving 1,733 individuals and their families this year. Our mission is to offer lifesaving recovery tools for adults suffering with addiction or co-existing mental health and substance use disorders to achieve individualized recoveries.

During fiscal year 2016, we offered a complete array of services including medically supervised detoxification, intensive residential treatment, transitional living, sober living, outpatient treatment and intensive outpatient treatment. Intensive residential treatment, transitional living and outpatient treatments were also provided for individuals who have co-existing substance abuse and mental health diagnoses. Our fees are based on the client’s ability to pay; however, no one is refused services solely because of their lack of financial resources.

We are a non-profit corporation and are tax exempt under 501(c) (3) of the Internal Revenue Code. We are governed by a community volunteer Board of Directors who support our mission and vision. We have 270 beds available for services in our Skyline facility. Our programs are nationally accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) and state certified by the Oklahoma Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services (ODMHSAS). In addition, we’re an accredited Comprehensive Community Addiction Recovery Center (CCARC) through ODMHSAS. Bryce House, which houses homeless veterans, is accredited through the Veterans Administration.

Our annual operating revenue was $7.3 million dollars during FY 2016. We operate with a staff configuration of 126 full time positions. We contract with the Oklahoma Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services, the Veterans Administration, Department of Corrections, Federal Probation and Parole, Medicaid, Cherokee Nation, Creek Nation, Sac & Fox Nation, the Indian Healthcare Resource Center and numerous commercial carriers.