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Parent Child Center of Tulsa, Inc. Organization Name provided in the GuideStar Exchange* as of 03/06/2013: Parent Child Center of Tulsa, Inc.

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Parent Child Center of Tulsa, Inc. Organization Name provided in the GuideStar Exchange* as of 03/06/2013: Parent Child Center of Tulsa, Inc.

Organization Name as listed in the IRS Business Master File as of 12/08/2014: PARENT CHILD CENTER OF TULSA INC

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Also Known As: PCCT
Physical Address: Tulsa, OK 74119 
EIN: 73-1113167
Web URL: www.parentchildcenter.org 
NTEE Category: P Human Services
P40 Family Services
P Human Services
P30 Children's and Youth Services
P Human Services
P43 Family Violence Shelters and Services
Ruling Year: 1981 


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Mission Statement

Mission Statement  Our mission is to prevent child abuse and neglect through education, treatment and advocacy.   The key to preventing child abuse and neglect is early intervention with parent education. We focus on fostering strong attachment in the parent/child relationship by helping parents learn about their child’s needs and developing the skills to safely and effectively meet those needs. We also help parents and children heal from hurts they have suffered in the past and thus prevent perpetuation of a cycle of abuse and neglect.   The Parent Child Center serves children ages 0 to 12, with distinctive expertise in trauma treatment for infants and toddlers ages 0 to 3.  Our vision is that every parent is equipped to provide the safety and nurturing that is necessary for their child’s healthy physical and emotional development. Then, we believe, children will have the best opportunity to thrive, learn and grow up to become responsible adults, productive citizens and loving parents themselves one day.  History  The work of The Parent Child Center (PCC) has been ongoing since 1972. We reached over 46,000 parents and children in 2012 with at least one of our programs or services.   When Colorado pediatrician C. Henry Kempe, M.D., first coined the phrase “battered child syndrome” in the mid-1960’s, medical professionals across the country took notice. In Tulsa, nurses and physicians at St. Francis Hospital responded to this alarming trend by founding a Tulsa chapter of Parents Anonymous in 1972. This group was granted 501(c)(3) status in May 1981 and operated under the Alliance to the Tulsa County Medical Society for several years. In 1984, it received United Way funding and, in 1987, was renamed Child Abuse Prevention Services (CAPS).  Also in Tulsa, Hillcrest Medical Center launched the At Risk Parent Child Program began in 1974. Pediatrician Donald Pfeiffer, M.D., and Cathy Ayoub, R.N., established one of the nation’s first “SCAN teams” to screen families of newborns for risk of abuse and neglect. Those screened at high risk were offered home visits with a hospital social worker to learn about caring for their new baby.   To better serve clients by offering related services within a single comprehensive agency, these programs merged in May 1990, at the urging of Tulsa Area United Way, to become The Parent Child Center of Tulsa.   PCCT completed a $3.2 million dollar capital/endowment drive in 1996 and moved into a new home at 1421 South Boston Avenue. In 2006, Desiree Doherty was named Executive Director, succeeding Claudette Selph, visionary founding Director from 1990 to 2006.    Since 2008, the agency has been nationally accredited through the Council on Accreditation (COA) which oversees child and family behavioral health services.  Accreditation provides reliable and objective verification of credibility, integrity and achievement, assuring: strong financial controls are in place; best practice methods are being followed; high standards of organizational and management oversight are practiced; and services are client focused, mission driven and outcome oriented in all aspects.     Today, The Parent Child Center is considered a leader among Tulsa area nonprofits in the areas of best practice, quality improvement and outcome evaluation.

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Ms. Desiree Doherty

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Desiree Doherty, B.S. Social Work (Oral Roberts University), M.S. Adult Education (Oklahoma State University), became Executive Director of The Parent Child Center of Tulsa in 2006 after serving as PCCT's Development Manager and as Executive Director of Operation Aware of Oklahoma. Her background is primarily in community health education, marketing, fund raising and volunteer leadership. Her career included 18 years with Hillcrest Healthcare System in Community Relations and 5 years in Employee Relations and Training with Dowell Oilfield Services. Desiree was a member of Leadership Tulsa Class XXII.

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EDUCATION SERVICES: Parenting Resource Library offers books, videos, and journals to help families learn about parenting and child development. PREVENTION SERVICES: Parenting education classes and support groups are held at the Center and at community locations convenient to those we serve. Healthy Families: Home-based services include individual parent education to foster the child?s cognitive and physical development and support in applying skills learned in support groups, parent/child interaction education, ongoing assessment of home safety, and assistance with other family needs. Safe Care: Intensive home-based program for pregnant women and parents of young children who have experienced substance abuse, mental illness, developmental delay, domestic violence, etc, placing their children at very high risk for abuse or neglect. Healthy Start: Education and support services for pregnant women at OSU and OU Women's Clinics to help moms-to-be and new moms learn about their child's development and health, safety and nutrition needs, as well as the dangers of smoking domestic violence, and substance abuse for their children. CRISIS SERVICES: Shelter Program for High-Risk Families: Counseling, crisis intervention, and family support groups for homeless families residing at the Tulsa County Emergency Shelter. 24-Hour Crisis Line is provided by master's level therapists in response to calls from the public at any time of the day or night. TREATMENT SERVICES: Child Therapy and Individual Counseling is provided for children recently abused and their families to help children begin to heal. Healing Angry Adolescents serves middle and high school age students who have been identified as being at risk of juvenile delinquency or who have become involved with the Tulsa County Juvenile Bureau. Supervised Visitation and Exchange is provided for families in which abuse or neglect has been alleged and there is a court order to conduct visits and exchanges under qualified supervision in a safe environment to protect children from further abuse. Individual and Family Therapy is provided by master's level therapists for problems related to current or past abuse, parenting issues, and relationship problems having an impact on children. Counseling and Parenting Education is provided for adults who have committed or are at risk of committing child abuse or neglect.

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Expanded services at the Tulsa County Emergency Shelter to include an additional parent/child interaction group and broader volunteer opportunities in this outreach to families in crisis. Also presented to the 14th Annual Oklahoma Conference on Child Abuse and Neglect on ?Shelter Families: from Crisis to Connection?

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Kids On The Block Puppets:  Trained volunteers present skits in elementary schools with child size puppets to teach children what to do if they don’t feel safe and how to get hel” helping them learn practical, tangible and meaningful ways to help keep children safe.   Never Shake A Baby:  Hospital outreach to parents of newborns, teaching tips for safe responds to challenging infant behaviors, such as calming a crying baby and the dangers of shaking a baby.   Parenting Resource Library:  Books, DVD’s, videos and journals to help families learn about parenting and child development.   Speakers Bureau:   Education for community groups about recognizing and reporting child abuse and neglect, and related topics.

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Healthy Start: Education and support services at women’s health clinics for moms-to-be and new moms to learn about their child’s development and health, safety and nutrition needs, as well as the dangers of smoking, domestic violence, and substance abuse for their children.   Great Beginnings Tulsa: Home visiting for parent education on effective parenting skills, nurturing parent/child interactions, ages and stages of child development, home safety to reduce child accidents, child health, and assistance with other family needs.  A Healthy Families America model program.    SafeCare®:  Intensive home-based program for pregnant women and parents of young children who have experienced substance abuse, mental illness, developmental delay or domestic violence, placing their children at very high risk for abuse or neglect.   Shelter Outreach: Crisis intervention, parenting support groups and children’s nurturing activities for homeless families with young children residing at the Tulsa County Emergency Shelter.    Support Groups:  Parenting education classes and parent support groups held at community locations for families with children from newborn through age 5.

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Counseling Groups:  For adults who have abused or neglected their children, or for whom a report of allegation has been filed with Department of Human Services.  PCC offers three 12 to 15 week programs on emotional regulation, compassionate parenting, responsible parenting, and nurturing parenting skills.  Group is also offered at David L. Moss Correctional Center for women in jail who will be reunited with their children upon release.   ·        Individual Counseling:  Counseling provided by master’s level therapists for problems related to current or past abuse, parenting issues, and relationship problems having an impact on children.      Child Therapy:  Therapy for infants and young children who have been abused or neglected, who have witnessed violence in their home, who have been exposed to trauma or who have other serious behavioral problems that increase their risk for abuse or neglect.   Healing Angry Adolescents: For middle and high school age students who are identified as being at risk of juvenile delinquency or who have become involved with the Tulsa County Juvenile Bureau.   ·        Supervised Visitation and Exchange:  For families in which abuse or neglect has been alleged and there is a court order to conduct visits and exchanges under qualified supervision in a safe environment to protect children from further abuse or distress due to conflict in the family.  A member of the National Supervised Visitation Network.

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·        24-Hour Hotline 599-7999:  Master’s level therapists are available to respond to calls from the public at any time of the day or night, 365 days a year.

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Impact Summary from the Nonprofit

IMPACT STATEMENT  The Parent Child Center has had a significant impact on the lives of thousands of children and families over the past 20+ years. PCCT provides high quality, effective programs for children and parents at risk for abuse and neglect. Our results are documented through our national accreditation, our annual Tulsa Area United Way site visit, and our annual program evaluation conducted in partnership with the University of Oklahoma-Tulsa’s Center for Applied Research for Nonprofits. Findings show that:  ·        PCCT Service Effectiveness is a significant predictor of client hope and is associated with higher parent-child relationship quality.              PCCT Service Effectiveness is the best predictor of parent-child relationship quality and mediates the effect of parent stress on relationship quality.    ·        Change reported by client families surveyed included: § 90.9%   I have become a better parent. § 94.7%   I am more confident that I can do things to help my children. § 94.8%   I am able to make better decisions for my children. § 94.1%   I have better understanding of how to care for my children. § 90.7%   I have changed the way I care for my children.
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