0n May 22 at 7:30 p.m., Family & Children’s Services will present a special screening of Suicide The Ripple Effect at Southroads 20 located at 4923 E 41st St. Tickets are $12.50. With strong endorsements from some of the world’s leading suicide prevention experts, this film has screenings planned around the world. “Kevin Hines’ Suicide…Details
A few of our Women in Recovery participants did an awesome job assisting R&G Family Grocers with their event last Saturday, helping make it extremely successful! Way to go, WIR ladies!
The women sometimes come in withdrawn, reticent and quiet. But by the end of their time taking GED courses at Women in Recovery, many are espousing the positive effects of the classes and sharing stories of perseverance through obstacles. The GED program has been around for nine years, according to Dianne Hughes, program director of…Details
Kiera Jackson, a student at Oklahoma State University majoring in Sociology, is an intern at Family & Children’s Services and spent 200 hours between May and August offering her services to the agency. Kiera assists specifically with the Parenting, Marriage and Relationship classes, helping clients learn effective strategies and develop quality techniques to help improve…Details
Family & Children’s Services newly expanded Resource Room, located at our Sarah and John Graves Center on Harvard, is a valuable resource and one-stop-free shop for individuals needing clothing, hygiene products, bus tokens, healthy meals and more. Resource Room manager Andrew Ahles said, “I think the Resource Room is our effort to help take care of our…Details