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Archive for — November, 2012

Running for Recovery: Brooke’s Marathon Journey

When Brooke Martin was released from prison to participate in the Women in Recovery (WIR) program, she was at her heaviest – 184 pounds. So when WIR therapist Catherine Claybrook challenged her to make a commitment and stick to it for one week, Brooke chose to run. On house arrest and shackled to an ankle
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Graduate of Women in Recovery Program Among Inspirational Marathoners

Running 26.2 miles is nothing compared to the race Brooke Martin has already completed. A recent graduate of the Women in Recovery program at Family & Children’s Services, Martin is among several inspirational athletes participating in the upcoming Route 66 marathon. Click here to read the full story.

Officers Investigate Child Neglect Allegations

Tulsa Police officers are investigating a case of child neglect involving three children, one of whom was allegedly locked in a dog cage. Family & Children’s Services’ senior program director for child abuse and trauma services weighed in on the case. Click here to read full story.