The Oklahoma Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services (ODMHSAS) is gearing up for the arrival of the new 988 Mental Health Lifeline this summer and has selected Solari Crisis & Human Services as the vendor to operate the statewide call center.
“This company has developed customized technology to build a system that has been extremely successful,” ODMHSAS Commissioner Carrie Slatton-Hodges said. “They are experts at recognizing people in crisis and connecting them to the guidance and services they need.”
The Arizona-based company is in the process of establishing an Oklahoma City location and will be hiring 31 positions.
– Cassidy Littlewood, Jones PR