Oklahoma City Public Schools leaders take initial steps toward educational equity.
The 2017 Point-in-Time study showed that 118 families in Oklahoma City have no permanent place of residence.
Leaders at the Oklahoma City-County Health Department hope to continue seeing improvement in the years to come.
“Unmet health needs like food insecurity, transportation issues and unstable housing can lead to developing risks for chronic diseases,” she said. “We want to combat individuals increasing their risks of developing chronic diseases through traditional health care with preventable care.”
Aspasia Carlson has tried to encourage attitudes and academic achievement during her time at the local high school.
Oklahoma’s Children First partners with first-time, low-income moms and families to build safe, stable, healthy homes for children.
Children with incarcerated parents face slimmer chances of success than other children, but Little Light Christian School hopes to reverse those odds.
OKCPS’ Northeast Task Force works to develop recommendations for change in northeast Oklahoma City schools.
“The best thing for me is giving them the chance to change, giving them the chance to shine,” Mosley said.
Lawyers assist patients with various issues, leading to better and often cheaper health care outcomes.