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Archive for — July, 2013

The Battle Over “Baby Veronica”: Transitions Difficult at Any Age

Christine Marsh, director of Child Abuse and Trauma Services at Family & Children’s Services, spoke recently with the Tulsa World about family transitions, in light of the highly-publicized “Baby Veronica” case. Marsh says that children who experience custody changes may experience emotional or behavioral upheaval, but steps can be taken to minimize the trauma children
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Baby Veronica: A Child Trauma Expert Weighs In

As the legal wrangling continues in the “Baby Veronica” adoption case, some may wonder how it could all affect the child at the center of the case. Christine Marsh, director of child abuse and trauma service at Family & Children’s Services, weighed in on children, attachment and the lasting impact of separations during an in-depth discussion with
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Apache Helps Family & Children’s Services Switch to CNG

Apache Corporation is helping Family & Children’s Services and other Tulsa-area non-profit agencies begin using compressed natural gas. The fuel is cheaper than conventional gasoline, but converting vehicles can be cost-prohibitive for many non-profits. Click on the video below to learn how Apache is assisting and what that means for Tulsa.