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.
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…Details
F&CS’s Women in Recovery (WIR) is an intensive addiction and trauma treatment program for women involved in the criminal justice system. Diverting women from prison and keeping families together can help break the intergenerational cycle of trauma, addiction and incarceration. WIR saved Sonya from a long-term prison sentence and a life of addiction. But years…Details
After enduring a series of abusive relationships and using drugs as an escape from her misery, Sonya was homeless, helpless and completely hopeless. When she entered F&CS’s Women in Recovery (WIR), her daughter, Arianna – who was a teenager at the time – was headed down the same dark path. Hear mother and daughter talk…Details
You don’t need to look far to experience the warmth and kindness of over 200 donors as they provided holiday cheer to Family & Children’s Services’ (F&CS) 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 annual F&CS Holiday…Details