Tulsa announces new police one stop for mental health crises

The Police One Stop expansion will help those experiencing mental health crisis access critical care Today, partners in Tulsa’s mental health crisis system announced an expansion of the CrisisCare Center at 1055 S. Houston Ave., creating a single-entry point for law enforcement to take individuals experiencing mental health crises. The expansion is made possible by…

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Tulsa partnership announces a new effort to address Tulsa’s methamphetamine addiction crisis on a bigger scale than ever before 

The Tulsa Methamphetamine Treatment Continuum is a strategic effort to address Tulsa’s methamphetamine addiction crisis on a bigger scale than ever before, with more funding, enhanced treatment practices and stronger community partnerships. This is an urgent community crisis and we must take it seriously. Methamphetamine has surpassed opioids in killing more Tulsans than any other…

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F&CS COVID Help Line

Family & Children’s Services new ALL ACCESS line helps individuals who have been affected by coronavirus. ALL ACCESS is confidential, anonymous and free and can help with: Stress Management Emotional Support Counseling Services Links to Resources Call 918.712.8096 to learn more and speak with Family & Children’s Services.

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WIR clients continue GED studies thanks to partnership with school district

Valerie has endured a tough life of no stability or structure. She dropped out of school, and due to trouble, was essentially incarcerated.  As with many Family & Children’s Services Women in Recovery (WIR) participants, Valerie learns lifelong skills that she hopes will improve options for her and her son, Ben, aged 6.   In January, Valerie joined the GED program. For her, the program provides structure and stability, and her drive to achieve success is heartfelt and sincere.  “I have learned so much from my classes…

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