Volunteers assemble activity bags for F&CS programs

Thanks to the generosity of QuikTrip and Raising Cane’s, 25 volunteers assembled 1,369 activity bags recently to distribute to F&CS Child Abuse and Trauma Services, CHBS and Women in Recovery/Women’s Justice Team clients.  “We are grateful for this wonderful donation from QuikTrip and its team members that have stepped up to help our Family & Children’s Services’ (F&CS) kids in four program areas who need immediate support,” said Tom…

Women in Recovery’s Remote Microcosm

On March 28, Mayor G.T. Bynam issued a “shelter in place” order for Tulsans to stop the spread of COVID-19. The week prior, Family & Children’s Services (F&CS) had already transitioned most programs to remote services including telephonic and teletherapy. For F&CS’s Women in Recovery (WIR), an alternative to incarceration program, eliminating face-to-face contact for…