Teen Recovery Solutions is a non-profit organization that empowers Oklahoma teens and families to succeed by providing an accredited recovery high school, supportive alternative peer groups, and advocacy for teen recovery.
TRS in the News

Leadership Oklahoma City Honors Volunteer with the Clyde Benn Service to Youth Award, Press Release, May 2020

Liz and Kent Hoffman Honored for Supporting Teens in Addiction Recovery, Press Release, September 2019

Students in recovery graduate from Mission Academy, Oklahoma’s only recovery high school, The City Sentinel, May 2019

Teen Recovery Solutions Names New Executive Director, Press Release, April 2019

High School and Recovery, ParentALERT Parents Helping Parents, April 2019

Rob and Sara Northwood honored with award, OKC Friday, August 2018

Teen Recovery Solutions hosts 2nd Run for Recovery to raise funds for its addiction programs, OK Gazette, January 2018

Underage and addicted, NewsOK, September 2017

The mother of OKC artist Spencer Mellow helps raise funds for the state’s only high school dedicated to sobriety, OK Gazette, September 2017

Misson Academy: Hopes High, A local school helps students and families fight addiction, 405 Magazine, August 2017

High school for recovering teens to host fundraising luncheon, NewsOK, July 2017

Patti Mellow to chair fundraising lunch, OKC Friday, May 2017

State of addiction: High school for recovery, KOCO News 5, February 2017

Youth addiction recovery to hold fundraising run, NewsOK, February 2017

Bank Invests in Opportunity Scholarship Fund, NewsOK, January 2017

Run for Recovery, Journal Record, January 2017

Quail Creek Bank makes major gift to local schools, January 2017

Youth addiction recovery is a good reason to get running, January 2017

Run for Recovery 5K/10K, Oklahoma Sports and Fitness, January 2017

New video from OCPA Think, Oklahoma Council of Public Affairs, December 2016

Teen Recovery Solutions screens Generation Found documentary, Oklahoma Gazette, December 2016

Needs and Deeds: Teen Recovery Solutions, NewsOK, November 2016 

From City Hall with Andrew Rice, City of Oklahoma City, September 2016

Sober High School Makes the Case for School Choice, Perspective by Oklahoma Council of Public Affairs, August 2016

From the founder: A transition, for NonDoc and myself, NonDoc, July 2016

Nonprofit provides youth-focused support to teens battling addiction, Oklahoma Gazette, June 17, 2016

On a mission to save lives, The Journal Record, June 2016

Executive Director retiring, NewsOK, June 2016

Mission Academy Class of 2016 Graduates, NewsOK, May 2016

Alternative peer group gatherings relocate to Nichols Hills, NewsOK, May 29, 2016

Chesapeake Donates Building to Teen Recovery Solutions, NewsOK, January 2016

A Little Charity Could Land You Thunder Tickets, NonDoc, December 2015

Supportive Adults are Key to Teen Recovery Solutions, The Oklahoman, October 2015

Recovery high school selected for Oklahoma’s highest nonprofit honor, Edmond Sun, May 2015

Local recovery high school awarded by Oklahoma Center for Nonprofits, Metro Family Magazine, May 2015

Feherty bares soul to help OKC teen recovery group, Golf Oklahoma Magazine, October 2014

Golf comedian speaks for serious cause, The Oklahoman, October 2014

Feherty to Speak at Teen Recovery event in OKC, Oklahoma Golf Magazine, September 2014

School with a mission helps Oklahoma teens with addictions, The Oklahoman, July 7, 2014

View the Quail Creek Bank Donation

Upcoming Events

Teen 12-Step Meeting—Mondays 6 to 7pm at All Souls' Episcopal Church Youth Center

Teen Community Group—Fridays 4 to 5pm at All Souls' Episcopal Church Youth Center

Lunch and Learn -- Second Wednesday of each month from 11:30 to 1 at Mission Academy


If you wonder whether a teen in your life might benefit from our services, contact our peer group director and schedule an assessment to determine the level of substance abuse and an individualized plan of next steps. 405-843-9100 or [email protected]

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Come to a Lunch and Learn. Community members and professionals are invited to hear stories from our teens and staff. 405-843-2402 or click here to register.

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