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Literal love – F&CS installs Little Free Library at Graves Center

TULSA, Okla. — Family & Children’s Services has joined a worldwide literacy craze inspired by a turn-of-the-century steel magnate turned philanthropist.

WIR Wins Champions of Health Award

Women in Recovery is honored at the 12th year annual Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Oklahoma Champions of Health gala and awarded the highest honor, the Dr. Rodney L. Huey Memorial Champion of Oklahoma Health award. Champions of Health honors individuals and organizations that are making a positive impact on the health of Oklahomans
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Women in Recovery – 16 women graduate

She can look herself in the mirror and like the woman she sees.

Mimi Tarrasch, Women in Recovery Senior Program Director, Named YWCA’s 10 Women of the Year

Mimi Tarrasch, Family & Children’s Services Senior Program Director of Women in Recovery, which seeks to curb the effect of the high incarceration rate of women in Oklahoma and bettering the lives of at-risk children and families in Tulsa has been named YWCA’s 10 Women of the Year. This year, the YWCA will be honoring
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Dentists Donate Time, Services to Women in Recovery

Since 2003, Eastern Oklahoma Donated Dental Services (EODDS) has provided free dental services, preventative dental education and oral health supplies to older Oklahomans and people with disabilities or low income. One of the programs EODDS partners with is the Family & Children’s Services Women in Recovery (WIR) program which is an alternative to incarceration program
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Congratulations to the 12th Graduating Class of Women in Recovery

Family & Children’s Services (F&CS) and the George Kaiser Family Foundation (GKFF) congratulated the 12th graduating class of Women in Recovery (WIR) during a special event at Aloft Tulsa Downtown today. Twenty-two women graduated from the alternative to incarceration program. This class brings the total number of Women in Recovery graduates to 168 since the
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