Hear the stories behind the giving.
We are your extended family.

The COPES (Community Outreach Psychiatric Emergency Services – 24/7 telephone and mobile crisis service) team helps people find light on their darkest of days.

In 2018, COPES helped more than 11,600 adults and children find hope when there seemed to be none. Watch the video to hear a story about a man whose life was not only changed – but saved – by COPES.

If you or someone you know is experiencing a mental health crisis, please call us at 918.744.4800.

Through rain or shine, F&CS wraps around children, families and communities. F&CS therapists are embedded in 46 Tulsa-area schools and 13 Headstart programs to work with children in low-income environments. Many of these children, like John in the video above, just need a little extra support.

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The Community Response Team, a partnership between Tulsa Police Department, Tulsa Fire Department/EMSA, Family & Children’s Services COPES team and the Mental Health Association, provides a more effective response to mental health emergency 911 In the first 6 months of the program, the CRT responded to 80 suicide calls – and not a single one of those individuals completed their suicide attempt.

It’s no exaggeration to say that the CRT is saving lives in our community.

Giving is not just about making a donation, it’s about making a difference.

Family & Children’s Services helps those who might not have anywhere else to turn or have lost their way.

Your generosity helps us bring an abundance of hope and healing to families and clients through life’s difficult challenges. We are their extended family and you are our extended family.

Thank you, and happy holidays from our family to yours.