Advocacy

The Oklahoma State Department of Health Eliminates Programs Protecting Children

The Parent Child Center of Tulsa (PCCT), along with eight other agencies across the state of Oklahoma were distraught to receive formal notification Monday, October 16th that the Oklahoma State Department of Health is cancelling all contracts to provide Parents As Teachers home visitation services through the Office of Child…...

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Kids Count: Oklahoma shows slight improvement in national ranking on child well-being

Oklahoma moved up two spots in an annual national report that ranks states on child well-being. The state ranks 37th in the 2016 Kids Count Data Book released by the Annie E. Casey Foundation. That’s an improvement from 39th the last two years and a change from 36th and 40th…...

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Safe Babies Court Team: Serving Vulnerable Children

In Tulsa County on any given day, over 700 infants and toddlers age 0-3 wake up each morning in the legal care of the Department of Human Services. These children have been placed in foster care because they have experienced some type of abuse and/or neglect in their family of…...

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PCCT & Parent Promise Meet with Governor Fallin

The Parent Child Center of Tulsa and Parent Promise of Oklahoma City visited with Governor Mary Fallin yesterday at the state capital about preserving the Office of Child Abuse Prevention services in 28 counties across Oklahoma for almost 800 children and families. Pictured (L to R): Paul Chama, Ponca City,…...

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Field of Flags Honors Oklahoma’s Children Lost to Child Abuse and Neglect

Annual event increases awareness for Oklahoma’s need to investment in child abuse prevention programs at this critical time: substantiated cases of child abuse and neglect have doubled since 2010 to reach more than 15,000 cases in 2015. April 22, 2016 (Oklahoma City, OK) – On Monday, April 25 at 9 a.m. on…...

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Dianna’s Story

Everyone has a story to share and we’re honored to share Dianna’s story. We have some very brave clients at The Parent Child Center of Tulsa and Dianna is certainly one of them. Help us make more stories like Dianna’s possible. [button color=”red” size=”big” alignment=”none” rel=”follow” openin=”samewindow” url=”https://secure.payconex.net/parentchildcenteroftulsainc/pay/?f=3″]Donate Now[/button]...

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2014 Oklahoma Kids Count Data Book

The Annie E. Casey Foundation has released the 25th Edition of The Kids Count Data Book, which assesses child well-being throughout the U.S. by examining national trends among 16 key indicators.  You can read the full report here.  Below we have compiled links to various sites covering the report.  From the…...

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PCCYC Place Pinwheels for Prevention

PCC Youth council members posted pinwheels on The Parent Child Center campus to mark the start of Child Abuse Prevention Month. Each of the 1,658 pinwheels represents a substantiated case of child abuse that occurred in Tulsa County during 2013....

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Desiree Doherty: A unique partnership and a unique opportunity – Project East Tulsa

Desiree Doherty, Executive Director of The Parent Child Center talks about Project East Tulsa Double the Difference.  You can make a donation and get it ‘doubled’ now! [button color=”#295F67″ border=”#555″ size=”large” link=”http://www.tulsacf.org/?fund=61″]Give Now[/button] Share with a friend! [fbshare type=\”button\” float=\”right\”][twitter style=”none” float=”left”] [google_plusone float=”left”][linkedin_share style=\”none\” float=\”right\”]...

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A special video from Desiree & Tom

Desiree Doherty, Executive Director of The Parent Child Center and Tom Taylor, Executive Director of Emergency Infant Services talk about Project East Tulsa Double the Difference.  You can make a donation and get it ‘doubled’ now! [button color=”#295F67″ border=”#555″ size=”large” link=”http://www.tulsacf.org/?fund=61″]Give Now[/button] Share with a friend! [fbshare type=\”button\” float=\”right\”][twitter style=”none” float=”left”] [google_plusone…...

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