Isolated. Overwhelmed. Confused. Parents of children with mental health conditions shoulder heavy emotions, maybe no more so than at the beginning of a child’s journey into treatment and recovery.
More dads than ever before are staying home while moms work and Oklahoma City father Jimmy Morris is one of them.
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MetroFamily asked local photographer and owner of Prints Charming Photography, Christian Sangree, how to take the best photos of your kids at events.
Arise Ministries will host their 13th annual conference for single moms, Survive ‘N’ Thrive Unplugged, from 8:15 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. on June 24 at Crossings Community Church (14600 Portland Ave.).
According to Oklahoma Fosters Initiative, there are nearly 9,600 Oklahoma children in state custody. Between 45-55 percent coming into foster care need recruited foster homes. Minority homes are especially needed.
Have you been to The National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum lately? Many of us remember loading up in the big yellow bus to visit the museum for our elementary school field trips.
The event on June 24th will encourage kids to learn about STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, Math) topics through hands-on expo booths hosted by local organizations and short, kid-friendly workshops about subjects such as robotics, coding and geoscience, taught by trained leaders.
According to the Oklahoma Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services (ODMHSA), Oklahoma has some of the highest rates for mental illness, ranking third in the country.
The YMCA of Greater Oklahoma City hosts a free community event to inspire more kids to keep their minds and bodies active this summer.