Team Leader(s) Laura Bloomfield, Noelle Kilgore, Emily Odom, Max Diener
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I have a bio mom who is currently in trial reunification with one of her kids. She has 2 more kids that she is working on getting home also. She is in need of assistance with her high electric bill. The total amount due on 3/21/23 is $563.27. This mother has been making progress towards reunification with her kids and meeting this need would help her tremendously.
Single mother of 3, ages 8 through 13, who is successfully working toward reunification is currently struggling to make ends meet. Mother is interviewing with multiple employers but is seeking an overnight position to be available for her children during the day. Due to the children’s special needs there are occasions they must be picked up early from school due to disruptive behaviors. The electric bill is currently past due with a balance of $268. If her electric gets cut off an additional fee will be charged to reconnect, making it harder for her to become financially stable. The homes primary source of cooling and heating are electrically powered and this would create a challenge to maintain hygiene and prepare meals.
Sibling group of 5, ages 2-12 are celebrating the birthday of the youngest child. The children are currently placed in three separate homes. To allow the children an opportunity to create positive memories with one another a request in the amount of $132 is being made for incredible pizza or another child/family friendly establishment in the Tulsa Area
I have a family who was recently experiencing homelessness due to domestic violence. They rushed into a housing situation to get out of homelessness and it was not a healthy environment. This family has a child who is recovering from brain cancer, due to the sensitive nature of his health he can’t be exposed to unhealthy living. The landlord was not willing to fix the issue and they are being forced to find another home, they will have to be out of the current house by the 21st of March. The family has found another home to move into and has paid the deposit. The family has income coming in but it only stretches to cover the current bills. Mom has not been able to work due to her son cancer but now that he is on the mend she is looking to get back to work soon. The family was able to come up with most of the rent they are needing. However they are a little short and are needing help with the final amount. This family has worked really hard to overcome all the obstacle put in their way. By getting this help it will allow this family to finally be back on track to be independent and it will get then into healthy living environment.
We have a single mother trying to raise three kids. One of which has severe violent behavior issues. The mother had to quit her job due to her kid's behavior. She has not been able to work in the last two months. Therefore, the mother has fallen behind on her mortgage payments and is needing help with paying her mortgage. Please consider helping this parent get back on her feet, any amount of assistance would be greatly appreciated.
This family is in need of a high back booster seat. While she takes the bus most places and is not able to use a car seat, she is provided transportation through LyFT services, or programs she is taking provides transportation and she is required to provide the car seat. The girl is a tall four year old but is still in need of a high back booster seat due to over all size.
This is a family that is moving towards reunification. The mother does not have a car and is dependent on the bus. She is having unsupervised visits with her children and while her family is helping with some of the transportation, there are times she will need to take them to their foster home after they have been at her home. She also needs a bus to get to parenting classes and her other services, as well as to get needs for the household. A monthly bus pass will enable to her to get to all of her services, transport her children when necessary, and assist her in moving towards reunification.
This mom and child are in trial reunification and dependent on the bus. She has multiple services throughout town that she is required to get to, in addition to getting food for her family. A bus pass would be helpful for her to be able to do to this and take one more thing off her shoulders to worry about.
This is for a relative kinship home. The family has two boys and they are in need of both pull ups and diapers. They need pampers size 5 and 7 and pull ups size 4/5T . Price estimate is based on Walmart prices for approximately $40 per package. The boys have very sensitive skin and Pampers is the one the doctor recommends and the only brand that does not appear to make their eczema worse. This family is in a kinship home and moving steadily towards reunification. Any assistance we can provide for them is appreciated. Wipes were not requested but would be appreciated.
The foster family took in a teenage sibling to the child they are fostering, to keep siblings together. The home is small & they are in need of a small or slim dresser for the teen. The dresser does not need to be new.
A non-pain kinship home is requesting assistance in obtaining a few bus passes for the family to get around on a day-to-day basis. The family does not have any transport of their own and relies primarily on the public bus as their means of transport. The family is requesting 3 months' supply of bus passes (The cost per bus pass is $45, totaling to $135). Your help, no matter how small will be very greatly appreciated. Thanks
This case involves 7 children who have been reunified with mom on her single income that consists only of her disability check for a severe spine injury. She is doing a great job of managing money and resources to care for all 8 of them on this very limited amount of money but resources for hygiene products are hard to come by and 4 of these children are teenagers/preteens. Mom would strongly benefit from some help paying for hygiene products, specifically pads, deodorant, soap, lotion, and hair care products for black hair. She has reached out to a local resource that is able to provide these some times but it is a several week wait.
Maternal grandmother/Foster mother in need of gas car. Foster Mother uses van to transport medically fragile foster child to and from appointments. Van takes about $50 to fill up. Any help would be much appreciated!
This mom is currently working her service plan to reunify with her children. She is needing help with transportation. She lives in Tulsa and often utilizes the bus system. She is needing help with getting a bus pass so she can work and attend her services in efforts to reunify with her children.
A foster mom is raising a teen daughter and a teen foster son she is in the process of adopting. She's been a support for this teen through his difficulties for more than a year and has started the official adoption process. In the fall, she had $1,400 stolen from her that she'd pulled from the bank to pay bills during an issue with a fraud alert on her debit card. Before she could get the money orders, the cash was stolen. She is behind on the rent for the rental home from that month and the landlord is unwilling to continue allowing the balance to remain unpaid. She has been paying the rent monthly since the theft and been seeking out resources to help with rent but has been unable to pay the past due balance of $800 because other agencies state they do not have more funds to help with rental assistance. Any assistance toward helping with the rent will preserve this home for this teen and his foster/adoptive sister.
This family has recently entered Trial Reunification and things are going very well. The family had gotten a car to help with transportation and it has broken down. They are working to get it fixed but need to be able to get around until they do. The family is in need of bus passes for the both parents to help get them to services along with being able to get them and the children around to appointments and to run errands, like getting groceries. Please help them out by providing them each with a 31 day bus pass.
Hello Church Network! We are making a request for volunteers as a new agency on 111Project’s CarePortal. My name is Malayna, and I am the Tulsa County Coordinator for PARB which is the (Post Adjudication Review Board). PARB volunteers help monitor and support juvenile court proceedings across the state. The Tulsa County Post Adjudication Review Board has a few vacancies that need to be filled with the right volunteers. You would be a great volunteer if you: 1. Have the capacity to meet once a month to review cases. We have three boards we are trying to fill, all of which meet on one Tuesday a month after 4:30 pm. This board meets at the Tulsa County Juvenile Center in downtown Tulsa. 2. Willing to review active child welfare cases and make recommendations to Judge Dreiling. 3. Have some child welfare or foster care experience which would include your experience with CarePortal 4. Enjoy a behind-the-scenes role advocating for the best interest for children in your community. Requirements: 1. Applicants must live or work in Tulsa County 2. Complete a four-page application and approval process that includes a background check. 3. A three-year commitment to serve. Please respond to this request and I will get back to you on any questions or details you need to be answered. Visit our website for more information.
Location: Tulsa, OK 74103-County:Tulsa-Children Served: 15-Agency: #Oklahoma Commission on Children and Youth-Tier 1: Physical Needs-Estimated Value:$10
FURNITURE NEED!!! This family has one couch in their living room, and a fold out table for the kitchen table. They are in NEED of a new couch, the current one they have is not safe for the kids. This family consists of three young children and their biological parents. The parents have been working hard on creating a safe place for all of their children. They have been making progress but have some physical needs that need to be met to improve their children's well-being. Father works fulltime to provide for the family, while mom is full-time caregiver of the children. The family has physical needs they are unable to take care of, and while the case worker has been working to get the family resources, finding a couch for the family of 5 has been challenging. Being able to receive a couch for this family would provide comfort and a safe place to spend family time together. The families current couch has numerous hazards that are not safe for the young children, but it is currently the only seating in the house. This is where the family spends all of their time together, so a safe and new couch would increase togetherness and continue to give the family hope and cohesiveness as they continue with our parenting program.
Location: Sand Springs, OK 74063-County:Tulsa-Children Served: 3-Adults Served: 2-Agency: #Family and Children's Services-Tier 1: Physical Needs-Estimated Value:$325
This resource family is 2 uncles and a great uncle taking care of their nieces. This family is in need of some dresser drawers for 2 little girls, ages 5 and 6 yo. They would like 2 separate drawers if possible, but would also take 1 larger dresser that could house all of the girls' clothes. Please let me know if you can meet this need.
A married couple are trying to get back on their feet and have made a lot of progress. However, due to past mistakes, they have been having trouble being accepted on a rental agreement. They finally have found a place to rent that would be suitable for when their three small boys are returned but need immediate assistance with the down payment. They are employed and able to keep up on monthly expenses. This is one of the final hurdles in their process of getting their family out of homelessness. They need a total of $900 however any assistance would be greatly appreciated!
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