The Tulsa Partnership for Children’s Behavioral Health provides leadership and ongoing collaboration to support an accessible system of care for children, youth, and families, ensuring emotional, behavioral and social wellness by promoting family-driven integrated comprehensive services.
January 2017 | Dr. CJ Huff from Bright Futures, USA was the speaker at our January 2017 Tulsa Partnership for Behavioral Health meeting. Dr. Huff presented a case study in which Bright Futures strategies greatly improved student success in a high poverty school district in Joplin, MO. Read more about Dr. Huff’s work and the Broader Bolder Approach to Education.
October 2016 | Robin Hicks, Program Manager for Children’s Behavioral Health, collaborated this past year with Intensive Technical Assistance Grant (IDTA), Tulsa County Juvenile Division District Judges, Department of Human Services, Oklahoma Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services (ODMHSAS), and substance abuse treatment providers to pioneer a new drug testing protocol, first identifying issues within our child welfare system, such as the ongoing needs of families involved affected by substance abuse.
August 2016 | We organized “Understanding Trauma and its Effect on the Classroom” in partnership with CSC’s Center for Community School Strategies, drawing over 120 participants across seven school districts and several community organizations.
Our team has compiled a list of recommended resources related to children’s behavioral health:
The Tulsa Partnership for Children’s Behavioral Health provides leadership and ongoing collaboration to support an accessible system of care for children, youth, and families.