Kendra Scott will host a “Virtual Giveback” to benefit the Mental Health Association Oklahoma for mental health month on Monday.
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A number of inmates are set to be released this week from South Jersey jails after an order was signed by a state judge aimed at mitigating the risk of COVID-19 spreading through the facilities statewide.
Finished last year, the project will receive the 2020 Audrey Nelson Community Development Award during the National Community Development Association's meeting Friday in Washington, D.C.
An average of 22 veterans per day kill themselves, according to a 2012 study by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs.
"I hope that the one thing that comes out of this is, and that Joshua didn't die in vain, is to realize what the core, fundamental underlying problem is," Sheriff Vic Regalado said. "It's not law enforcement. In the state of Oklahoma we have cut millions from mental health treatment."
Easter will be special for at least 750 recipients selected for baskets in the Live Local, Give Local project.
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The Mental Health Association's Employment First program provides personalized case management and mentorship, she said.
The backpacks included blankets, gloves, hats, socks and hand warmers.
Using available resources and ingenuity could be the magic wands needed to start getting people with mental illnesses out of jails.
Eyes wide open, the homeless veterans surveyed the surroundings in disbelief while walking through the Yale Apartments front door.
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The large, tidy house in a quiet Tulsa neighborhood gives its residents a refuge and hope while at the same time demanding discipline.
House Bill 1697, named for slain Labor Commissioner Mark Costello, allows for court-ordered out-patient treatment of certain adults with severe mental health conditions.
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Tulsa will host a conference to eliminate homelessness by the end of the year.
The new court is a spinoff of the Misdemeanor Domestic Violence Court, said Judge Doug Drummond. No cases are expected be heard on that docket, perhaps until April, when filed cases make their way through the arraignment process and are assigned accordingly.
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The sweet item was carefully placed in sacks that went to 750 designated people in Tulsa’s “Live Local, Give Local” program.
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Expect fashion, fun and talent at the 12th annual Talent and Fashion Showcase coming up May 1. The free event is not a fundraiser but a "positive hug" for the community.
"In one way, each situation is a little unique, a little different. But sometimes in the aftermath, we don't really know because we don't have anyone to talk to," said Mike Brose of Mental Health Association Oklahoma.
In two decades, Tulsa's Mental Health Association went from a $350,000 budget and staff of five to a statewide organization employing 150 people within a $10 million budget.