Tuesday, December 3rd is #GivingTuesday! We have a day for giving thanks. We have two for getting deals. This year help us create #GivingTuesday. A new day for giving back. On Tuesday December 3, 2013, global charities, families, businesses, community centers, students and more will come together to create #GivingTuesday. Buy A Raffle Ticket A […]
The Parent Child Center has collected 2047 hats for our 2013 Click for Babies Campaign! The grassroots campaign called, CLICK for Babies: Period of PURPLE Crying Caps, invites knitters and crocheters across North America to make purple colored baby caps which will be delivered to families in November and December with the Period of PURPLE Crying, an evidence based […]
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The 2013 Tulsa Area United Way campaign was the largest ever raising over $26 million. PCCT would like to thank Chair Becky Frank for her hard work to make this a record breaking campaign. As a partner agency, all of us at The Parent Child Center of Tulsa are grateful for the amazing generosity of our […]
A recent study by Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis showed how poverty had a powerful impact on a child’s brain, however, they also discovered that the main driver of changes among poor children in the volume of the hippocampus was not lack of money but the extent to which poor parents nurture their children. The […]
Last month, the Board of Directors of The Parent Child Center of Tulsa (PCCT) began a review of the agency’s Supervised Visitation service. In reviewing the program, the Board looked at the agency’s mission focus, core strengths and unique expertise to assess how we can best serve our community and fulfill our mission of preventing […]
Friday, September 6th marked EY’s 10th year of helping PCCT on the Tulsa Area United Way‘s annual Day of Caring. The entire PCCT family thanks EY for their efforts and continued support of our mission.
Thanks to a Winterset 2013 grant from the Osteopathic Founders, The Parent Child Center has two new vans! PCCT staff are using the vans to help expand its home visitation services in the Great Beginnings and SafeCare programs.
Shaken baby syndrome (SBS), also known as abusive head trauma (AHT), is the most dangerous and most common form of abuse in children under one. In an effort to spread awareness about normal infant crying, the number one trigger for the shaking and abuse of infants, the Parent Child Center of Tulsa, is joining a […]
Stacey Leakey, PhD, IMH-E® (IV) | Infant Mental Health Community Consultant This video speaks to our approach in every program at PCCT. Addressing the issue of child abuse & neglect requires that we work smarter. The smartest thing we can do is place our investment of time, energy, and resources in the family, and meet their […]