In the News

Tulsa Kids: Bringing Down Bullies

Be sure and pick up the August issue of TulsaKids Magazine featuring the article “Bringing Dow Bullies.” It features some of the staff here at PCCT and the work we are doing to stop bullying in Tulsa. You can read the article in the digital edition here....

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2012 Kids Count National Report, Oklahoma Shows Slight Improvement

A new national report it out this morning and despite slight improvement, Oklahoma remains near the bottom in the country for child well-being. “There’s no doubt that economic distress is a critical factor in child well-being” says PCCT Executive Director, Desiree Doherty. Read the full article at the Tulsa World…...

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Dealing with Tragedy – Aurora Shootings

Our hearts and thoughts go out to those impacted by the tragedy in Aurora, CO.  As often is the case following tragedies children will see horrific images on television, through social media and hear conversations from adults and other children about the tragedy.  We will be updating this page with resources for parents…...

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Tulsa People: For Fathers by PCCT’s Steve Hahn

This column by The Parent Child Center’s Steve Hahn appears in the May 2012 Online Edition of Tulsa People The movie “Bully” depicts a sobering, even frightening, view of what some children are experiencing in school, some on a daily basis. The tragic reality of suffering that our children experience in school…...

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Toyland Ball Invite Packet wins award for TU Student

Congratulations to Eryn Sweeney-Demezas! Her hard work on the 2011 Toyland Ball logo and complete invite packet received a Silver Award at the Creative Lightning Awards a creative competition for American Advertising Federation District 10 college students. The competition is hosted by Oklahoma State University. Link: TU Graphic Design Students…...

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PCCT Earns COA Re-Accreditation

We are excited to announce that The Parent Child Center has been nationally reaccredited by the Council On Accreditation (COA), the leading accreditor of social service and behavioral healthcare organizations in the world. COA reaccreditation is an objective and reliable verification that provides confidence for an organization’s service recipients, board members, staff and…...

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HOW CAN WE PREVENT FUTURE TRAGEDIES DURING SUPERVISED VISITS?

The Parent Child Center of Tulsa’s Supervised Visitation (SV) Program is a member of the Supervised Visitation Network, a membership organization of professionals who provide supervised visitation and access services to families. PCCT’s SV Program and the Supervised Visitation Network send our condolences to all of the victims of the…...

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