Oklahomans in need of legal assistance with civil matters receive help from lawyers at Mary Mahoney Memorial Health Center’s Saturday clinics.
Oklahoma’s Children First partners with first-time, low-income moms and families to build safe, stable, healthy homes for children.
While Congress debates the future of the Affordable Care Act, many citizens fear they will lose coverage.
A recent audit at the Oklahoma County Sheriff’s Office revealed $3.36 million worth of missing property.
Oklahoma ranked No. 8 most diseased state in the county for sexually transmitted diseases.
“We talk about reading being at the heart of what we do, but learning is really at the heart of what we do,” Rogers said.
Opgrande unironocally called the scheme “ironic.”
“This is why we teach the classes,” Dykstra said. “You, as parents, are the first and most important teachers in your children’s life.”
Community support and parental involvement in these districts add to students’ ability to succeed.
Lawyers assist patients with various issues, leading to better and often cheaper health care outcomes.