F&CS Gives Back to Tulsa Police Department

On June 27, Family & Children’s Services participated in an outreach event to thank the Tulsa Police Department (TPD) and the dispatch team for all the work they do for the Crisis Care Center and the community.   “Crisis Care Center truly appreciates everything the Tulsa Police Department not only does for our agency but also our community,” said Katherine Ronnow of Family &…

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KiDs Grant to benefit basic needs drive for CATS program

KiDs Grant to benefit basic needs drive for Family & Children’s Services CATS program    TULSA, Oklahoma – The Tulsa Kappa Delta Alumnae Chapter was awarded a $3,000 KiDs Grant last week on behalf of Family and Children’s Services to plan and implement a drive to benefit children who are victims of sexual abuse or other traumatic experiences. “We are grateful for…

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Dylan’s Story

Most mental health disorders begin in childhood. Left untreated, they can spiral into serious mental illness, addiction and even early death. Thankfully, treatment is effective and early intervention can put kids on a path to full recovery and productive, healthy adult lives. Dylan’s story is a perfect example of this. Dylan’s story, in his own…

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F&CS joins more than 1,110 communities for National Children’s Mental Health Awareness

On Monday, May 6, Family & Children’s Services (F&CS) will join more than 1,100 communities across the country to raise awareness during the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) National Children’s Mental Health Awareness Day to highlight the importance of children’s mental health. This day shines a national spotlight on the importance of…

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