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Archive for — November, 2015

Tulsa County’s contribution to state female incarceration rate falling

TULSA, Okla. — Oklahoma remains tops for incarcerating women in the United States, but Tulsa County’s contribution to that rate is falling, the Tulsa World’s Ginnie Graham reports.

Oklahoma Department of Human Services and F&CS partnership helps foster children

An innovative partnership begun last year between Family & Children’s Services and Oklahoma Department of Human Services is helping foster children with a unique set of needs that can lead to them falling through the cracks.

Dedicated donors give to 24-hour emergency psychiatric team

TULSA, Okla. — Dedicated Family & Children’s Services donors Sarah and John Graves have donated $100,000 to the nonprofit’s 24-7 psychiatric crisis response team.

The money will help COPES – or Community Outreach Psychiatric Emergency Services – ensure the team remains available 24 hours a day.

My Fit Foods’ F&CS donation provides 20 meals daily

TULSA, Okla. – Family & Children’s Services has partnered with a Midtown Tulsa health food retailer that’s benefiting clients in need.

The partnership with My Fit Foods, a Houston-based chain with more than 50 locations in five states, provides F&CS Early Childhood Program clients about 20 free healthy meals – packed with vegetables and other fresh ingredients – per day.

Care Cards sales, events to benefit Family & Children’s Services

Get ready for Care Card events and more to be happening all over Tulsa in the next 10 days. The annual shopping event features local retailers who are participating in the Care Card promotional fundraisers that benefit Tulsa’s Family & Children’s Services. Read the entire Tulsa World article right here. Channel 8 Good Day Tulsa
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