Parents Helping Parents provide education, resources, shared experiences, and support to parents whose children are struggling with substance use disorder.
Parents Helping Parents offer in person and virtual support groups.
Partnership to End Addiction is the nation’s leading organization dedicated to addiction prevention, treatment and recovery, they are a diverse community of researchers, advocates, clinicians, communicators and more.
They offer free Parent Coaching for families of youth with substance abuse concerns call: 1-855-DRUGFREE
Peaceful Family Oklahoma provides free child-centered programs to children ages 7-18 and their caregivers, as well as family support groups. They offer the only peer-to-peer program in Oklahoma specifically designed to help children affected by addiction in their families.
Peaceful Family Oklahoma is a nonprofit agency founded to break the cycle of addiction in families. Peaceful Family Oklahoma was founded to help the children of addiction and is the only organization in Oklahoma focused solely on helping children of parents with addiction heal.
Pervasive Parenting Center provides assistance to families in eastern Oklahoma affected by autism and other developmental disabilities. They strive to provide a better life for the families in eastern Oklahoma who are coping with disabilities. Pervasive Parenting Center covers LeFlore, Sequoyah, Haskell, Cherokee, Adair, and Latimer Counites in eastern Oklahoma.
The Pervasive Parenting Center specializes in
- Trainings/workshops for businesses, organizations, communities and schools including inclusion, people first language, emergency personnel training, sexuality, and assistive technology.
- Trainings/workshops for parents and families
- IEP trainings
Savannah Station Therapeutic Riding Program, Inc., a nonprofit therapeutic riding facility located in Yukon, Oklahoma, has been changing lives for people with disabilities since 2013. Savannah Station TRP serves a large population center as the only therapeutic riding program on the west side of the Oklahoma City metro. Savannah Station is a community of humans and horses, ministering fully to individuals and families; assisting them to overcome life’s limitations, to gain social and emotional confidence, and defy disabilities and challenges, while building families and friendships.
Sooner SUCCESS promotes a comprehensive, coordinated system of health, social and educational services for Oklahoma children and youth with special needs…in their Community. Sooner SUCCESS addresses barriers by promoting community capacity and infrastructure spread in communities and at regional and state levels.
- Health Care Transition
- On the Road
- Lifespan Respite Voucher Program
- Supporting Parents with Disabilities
- SUCCESS for life
- Oklahoma Sibling Leadership Network/OK SIBS
St. John the Baptist Catholic Church offers support groups on a variety of topics including:
- Grief Support
- Cancer Support
- Codependents Anonymous
- Survivor’s Support
- Caregiver Support
- Autumn Leaves Memory Care
- Chemical Dependency & Gambling
Adult & Teen Challenge USA works on a Christ-centered model of drug and alcohol recovery. They are concerned with the body, mind, and spirit of those who come to our addiction recovery centers. They endeavor to help people become mentally sound, emotionally balanced, socially adjusted, physically well, and spiritually alive.
The Bridges Foundation was founded in 1964 by a group of parents who wanted a place for their loved one’s with developmental disabilities to gain vocational training, grow life-skills, and increase independence. The mission of the Bridges Foundation quickly became to enhance the quality of life for individuals with developmental disabilities, their families, and our community through training, education, employment services and advocacy.
Today, the agency continues to put this mission into action by providing connections to quality job placements, supported community employment, on-the-job training, and community resources to both the clients and their families.
The National Center for Hearing Assessment and Management (NCHAM) at Utah State University serves as the Early Hearing Detection and Intervention, National Technical Resource Center (EHDI NTRC) funded by Maternal and Child Health Bureau (MCHB) of the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) at the United States Department of Health and Human Services. The purpose of the EHDI NTRC is to provide support to EHDI programs in states and territories also funded by HRSA. The EHDI NTRC helps EHDI programs ensure that children who are deaf or hard of hearing (DHH) are identified through newborn, infant, and early childhood hearing screening and receive the diagnostic and early intervention services they need. To achieve these aims, the EHDI NTRC provides programs and professionals with:
- Technical assistance
- Access to information about evidence-based practices
- Partnership opportunities with national EHDI systems of care organizations and other key stakeholders, including those that represent and/ or serve families with children who are DHH.