Celebrating a Century

Interactive Timeline: 1921-2021 Board Presidents: 1928-2023 Board PresidentYear(s) Served and Agency NameExecutive Director/CEO E.H. Cornelius1928 Family Welfare Society John R. Woodard1929-1931 Raymond W. Granger1932-1936 United Relief and Service Assoc. Judge H.L. Standeven1931-1932 Children’s Serv. Bureau (CSB) E.K. Frank1933-1936 (CSB) Rev. E.H. Eckel, Jr.1937-1941 (CSB) Mrs. Robert L. Howard1942 (CSB) C.H. Sweet1943-1944 (CSB) Mark S. Patton1937-1938…

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F&CS Bridging the Gap project receives $5 million grant

Tulsa’s Family & Children’s Services (F&CS) will receive $5 million for a “Bridging the Gap” project as part of the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration’s (SAMHSA) commitment to invest $825 million in Community Mental Health Centers (CMHCs) across the nation. F&CS’s Bridging the Gap project aims to improve transitions of care from inpatient or…

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F&CS communicator receives Bronze Quill Award of Excellence

Natasha Mitchell, Family & Children’s Services (F&CS) communications specialist, has received a 2021 Bronze Quill Award of Excellence in journalism writing for the project “Greenwood Massacre,” which spotlighted the 100th anniversary of the Tulsa Race Massacre for Bartlesville Monthly Magazine. “This project connects Bartlesville and Tulsa because some 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre survivors migrated and…

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Hope Starts Here at F&CS

Family & Children’s Services (F&CS) is proud to announce we are advancing on October 1, 2021 from a Certified as a Community Mental Health Center (CCMHC) to a Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinic (CCBHC). WHAT IS A CCBHC? EXECUTIVE SUMMARY: For F&CS, CCBHC certification means we will be adding new client support services, expanding our…

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