Services

Click on any service title for a more detailed description of that service.

Emergency Youth Shelter



A place of temporary care and supervision for youth who do not have a more appropriate place to live, with access to professional counseling to the youth and families.

First Time Offenders (FTO)



An educational training group for youth who have committed a minor offense.

CARS

 



Professional counseling for the youth and families of NOYS' service area.

Family Resource Program



The program provides in-home and center-based educational activities that encourage pre and post natal care, and assist young parents in developing parental skills and knowledge.

Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA)

 

The CASA program trains and supervises CASA Volunteers that advocate for the "best interests" of an abused or neglected child in the courtroom.

Trauma Informed Therapy

 

A program that serves children ages 3-18 who are experiencing symptoms of PTSD after a traumatic life event.

Total Dad Program

 

Parents are taught communication skills, appropriate discipline techniques, and a basic understanding of age appropriate behavior.

Continuum of Care

 

The North Central Oklahoma Continuum of Care is a coalition of shelters, faith based programs, social service agencies, public officials and interested citizens who work to serve the homeless, assisting through supportive service tools to develop self-sufficiency. For many individuals and families they have never received or needed assistance. Additionally, many have struggled, feel hopeless and lost, never experiencing the opportunity to live independently happy lives. The CoC coalition, members and partners also work together to assist with rent and utility payments to prevent families from falling into homelessness. The Continuum covers an 8 county area, including Creek, Garfield, Grant, Kay, Noble, Osage, Payne, and Pawnee Counties.

ESG

 

EMERGENCY SOLUTIONS GRANT PROGRAM

Strengthening Families Program

 

14 week class for parents and children to learn constructive ways to improve and strengthen family bonds.

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