WIR program celebrates 36th graduation

Family & Children’s Services Women in Recovery (WIR), an intensive outpatient alternative to incarceration for eligible women facing long-term prison sentences for drug-related offenses, graduated 13 women in its latest class. This remarkable group consists of mothers and grandmothers of 30 children and three grandchildren. The 13 graduates overcame 197 collective years of addiction to…

Women in Recovery to benefit from Just Home Project

Tulsa has been selected as one of four communities/entities to participate in the launch of the Just Home Project, a national program designed to advance community-driven efforts to break the link between housing instability and jail incarceration.The program will benefit local community partners including Family & Children’s Services (F&CS) Women in Recovery (WIR). “Family &…

Celebrating a Century: Saving Families

How Family and Children’s Services program helped a mother and daughter by Morgan Phillips, Tulsa People Magazine photo by Michelle Pollard PART 7 OF 7 ARTICLES IN THE SERIES. Sonya Pyles and her daughter, Arianna Pyles, might still be stuck in the intergenerational cycles of incarceration and addiction if not for Family & Children’s Services. Both are…