Youth Villages offers YVLifeSet and intensive in-home services to children and families in Oklahoma
Youth Villages began helping children and families in Oklahoma after opening a Tulsa office in 2014 and an Oklahoma City office in 2015.
Youth Villages Oklahoma provides the Intercept intensive in-home services program to 40 children and families in Tulsa through a partnership with the Oklahoma Department of Human Services and the George Kaiser Family Foundation. Funding for the start-up of the Tulsa office is being provided by the Charles and Lynn Schusterman Family Foundation.
The Youth Villages Tulsa office employs about 12 staff members; most are family intervention specialists working with families of troubled children in their own homes an average of three times a week. Youth Villages’ staff is available 24/7 to the children and families they help, working around families' schedules, meeting them before work or in the evening, when the whole family is together.
In November 2015, the State announced a public-private partnership with Youth Villages and the Sue Ann Arnall Family Foundation to provide YVLifeSet to young people aging out of foster care.
- Jessica Moore - Assistant State Director, email
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