The Osage Nation, through funding provided by the American Restoration Plan Act (ARPA), is proposing new Primary Residential Treatment (PRT) Facilities infrastructure at Pawhuska within Osage County. The proposed development includes developing new access roads, building related infrastructure, and five new facilities: a Men’s PRT facility (approximately 4,500 square feet), Women’s PRT facility (approximately 4,000 square feet), Adolescent PRT (approximately 6,000 square feet), Men’s and Women’s Transitional Living (approximately 3,000 square feet), and Office Building (approximately 5,000 square feet). The first three are PRT for (1) men, (2) women, (3) adolescent boys and girls. This would be in-patient, group home rehabilitation for substance abuse addiction. The next building would be transitional living for men and women. We are proposing to build one large duplex building for men on one side and women on the other. This facility would operate like a half-way house where the clients have jobs and interact with the community, but come home here each night to additional support and counseling to keep them practicing the behaviors they learned at the PRT. The last building would be a large office complex for all counseling and other related personnel. There would be additional counseling space, records room, approximately 20 offices and would serve as the headquarters for all counseling operations.
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Osage Nation proposing new Primary Residential Treatment facilities
Using ARPA funds, the proposed development includes developing new access roads, building related infrastructure, and five new facilities