Family & Children’s Services thanks Adam Robinson for his 10 years service on our board of directors. Robinson, who stepped down at last week’s board meeting, received a child’s painting as a token of F&CS’ gratitude. Thank you, Adam, for all you do and continue to do for F&CS.
Women in Recovery participants don’t just recover from substance abuse. They also gain skills that will help them land jobs once they graduate. That’s why Women in Recovery, operated by Family & Children’s Services in partnership with the George Kaiser Family Foundation, wouldn’t be complete without a job training partnership with Tulsa Community College. Heather More »
Family & Children’s Services Brainiac Ball trivia night, auction and fundraiser made the Tulsa World Sunday. Click below to read the coverage. Thank you to everyone who helped make the event at success. http://tinyurl.com/oxs9acb
Did you know children who grow up with a father figure have better abilities to reason, plan and remember? While women play unique vital roles in child development, research shows fathers, or father figures, such as an uncle, family friend or role model, play an important role in helping kids develop such abilities later in More »
TULSA, Okla. – Family & Children’s Services trivia and auction night, Brainiac Ball, raised more than a half million dollars for Tulsans in need, a record amount in the event’s 12-year history. (CLICK HERE TO VIEW EVENT PHOTOS) The ball, which took place May 30 at the Cox Business Center in downtown, raised $611,965, More »
Last month’s record-breaking White Party results made the Tulsa World over the weekend. Did you see the story? Here it is below. http://www.tulsaworld.com/scene/peopleandplaces/people-places-family-children-s-services/article_a97a69b2-4492-51d4-be8c-9f8b2b3c1adb.html
TULSA, Okla. – The University of Oklahoma’s Anne and Henry Zarrow School of Social Work has named Family & Children’s Services’ Claudia Arthrell its social work practice professional of the year. Arthrell, who oversees eight F&CS programs, including Family Life Education and the Tulsa County Family Court Program, will be honored along with six other More »