Community Response Team Receives Funding to Continue Program to Help Tulsans in Need

Tulsa has one of the highest rates of mental illness and suicide in the nation. Despite the enormity of the problem, state funding for public mental health continues to decline, resulting in an under-resourced system for early intervention and treatment. Consequently, highly treatable issues spiral into crisis, overwhelming first responders with emergency calls. Part of…

Details

Thousands of gifts poured in this holiday season for the neediest children and families served by F&CS

You don’t need to look far to experience the warmth and kindness of 200 donors as they provided holiday cheer to Family & Children’s Services’ families in need – 1,234 children and families were treated to an extraordinary surprise Christmas with gifts of clothes, bikes, toys, books, holiday meals and so much more through the…

Details

Brainiac Ball: The Game is Afoot

“Come, Watson, come!” Sherlock Holmes cried. “The game is afoot.” Join Family & Children’s Services at the Cox Business Center on March 9 for the smartest sleuthfest trivia competition and party in town: Brainiac Ball. This event combines brains and benevolence to help the city’s most vulnerable get through life’s greatest challenges. There are three…

Details