For 75 years, we have provided leadership for community planning and mobilization of resources using a collective impact model to meet health and human service needs.
We convene the community around key trends and issues affecting Oklahomans, promoting data-informed decisions to effectively invest in all people across the lifespan.
We sponsor multiple results-based initiatives, all focused on identifying community needs, analyzing data and formulating steps for improvement and future success.
In 2016, CSC celebrated our 75th year of research, planning and action around improving lives and addressing Oklahoma’s most critical social service, health, education and civic challenges. Today, across 26 initiatives that span six investment areas and more than 100 employees strong, we remain Oklahoma’s trusted planning organization for community improvement.
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The CSC Data Center, fully launching in 2017, is a comprehensive source for data on population trends, socioeconomic conditions and other important community indicators that shine a critical light on the challenges and opportunities facing Oklahomans.
LARC 202: Policy & Practice
Wednesday, July 26, 2017
11:3 0am – 1:30 pm
Morton Comprehensive Health Services
1334 North Lansing Avenue
Highly effective contraception continues to have a positive impact on a local and state level. Join us for lunch, and learn how state and federal policies affect access to these methods and what it looks like on the ground at clinics in Tulsa.
Carly Putnam, from Oklahoma Policy Institute, will be providing a presentation on access, insurance and long acting reversible contraception, present and future.
Followed by a panel featuring local providers and more:
Dr. Lance Frye, MD
Dr. Laurie Hamiliton, DO
Annie Skorupa, APRN-CNP
Delora Marshall, Clinical Specialist at Bayer
Carly Putnam, Policy Analyst at Oklahoma Policy Institute
Lunch will be provided.
Talking Points Toolkits will be distributed.
Family Health Coalition trainings are free and open to the public.