F&CS achieves national re-accreditation

Family & Children’s Services (F&CS) has achieved national re-accreditation through the New-York based Council on Accreditation (COA).  F&CS was expedited through the re-accreditation process and did not receive any out of compliance ratings in any of the fundamental practice standards. F&CS was recognized as an outstanding provider, meeting high-performance standards by delivering the very best…

F&CS communicator obtains 2020 Bronze Quill Award of Merit

Natasha Mitchell, F&CS communications specialist, has received a 2020 Bronze Quill Award of Merit – Social Media Programs from IABC/Tulsa. Natasha, who joined F&CS in 2018, handles the agency’s external social media channels and assists with internal and external content management. The Tulsa Chapter’s International Association of Business Communicators’ (IABC) Bronze Quill Awards recognize outstanding…

Program offers F&CS clients reentry support during COVID-19

The Returning Citizens Stimulus (RCS), a new program through the Center for Employment Opportunities (CEO), supports 32 Tulsans who have been released from incarceration in the past 12 months and are unemployed or underemployed. The program started in April as a result of COVID-19. The Family & Children’s Services Women’s Justice Team (housed within the Women in Recovery – WIR – program)…

F&CS awarded second $4M federal grant for CCBHC

The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) announced that Family & Children’s Services (F&CS), the largest Community Mental Health Center (CMHC) in Oklahoma, will continue as a CCBHC (Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinic). Grants will fund increased access, high-quality community behavioral health services and advanced integration with physical health care for Tulsa’s under-served…