Disability Advocates of Oklahoma
Disability Advocates of Oklahoma (DAO) was founded in 2000, and was the first to offer parents the combination of Legal & Non-Attorney Child Advocate services. This combination allows families to receive a “two for one” service in the form of Child Advocates who work in conjunction with our Attorneys to provide the very best Legal and Advocate services for all Oklahoma families who are dealing with helping their children with Special Needs.
DAO’s mission is to help Parents obtain highly qualified, yet affordable, Attorneys and Child Advocates in obtaining special education services and benefits for their children with special needs.
Youth Services of Tulsa
Youth Services of Tulsa (YST) has helped Tulsa area youth and their families since 1969. YST constantly adapts to stay on top of the ever-changing, increasingly complex needs of young people, ages 12 to 24. YST is the only Tulsa non-profit organization focused solely on adolescents and young adults. YST programs are focused on counseling, runaway and homeless youth, delinquency prevention, and youth development.
- Adolescent Emergency Shelter
- SAFE Place
- Health Services
- Youth Court
Oklahoma Partnership for School Readiness
Oklahoma Partnership for School Readiness (OPSR) was created to help Oklahoma families access the early care and education, family support, and health and mental health services they need to support their children during their most critical period of development from birth through age five. OPSR facilitates collaborative planning and decision making to increase coordination between programs, to maximize the use of public and private funding, and to pursue policies that improve learning opportunities and environments for Oklahoma’s children.
Dale Rogers Training Center, Inc.
Dale Rogers Training Center, Inc. (DRTC) provides multiple programs for persons with disabilities. From the summer camp program for teenagers and young adults, to paid training opportunities and community employment, these nationally-accredited services are provided by highly-trained staff.
Heartland Regional Genetics Network
Heartland Regional Genetics Network is a group of genetics and newborn screening providers, researchers, industry representatives, public officials, and advocates from Arkansas, Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, Oklahoma, and South Dakota.
Their website provides information and resources to professionals, families, and collaborators to facilitate communication and work within the Network.