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    • 3909 North Classen, Suite 101
      Oklahoma City, OK, 73118

      Ph: 405 236-5437
      Fx: 405 236-5439

    • To provide leadership throughout the state to stimulate change for children and youth to affirm the value and vulnerability of children and youth by raising awareness of their needs, and by promoting public policies, programs and preventive strategies to ensure that they reach their full potential....

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Oklahoma Institute for Child Advocacy  posted a new status.

We are very excited to be partnering with Sunbeam Family Services this year! Join other community and state leaders as we pave a positive path for Oklahoma’s most vulnerable children, youth and families during the annual Kids Count Conference on September 9-10 at the University of Central Oklahoma. ...
Act Today. Change Tomorrow. Registration details coming your way soon!... Go To Post

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Oklahoma is one of about 18 states that make immunizations voluntary for school attendance. But that could soon change.... Go To Post

Facebook Icon Facebook Post 6/9/2015
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Oklahoma Institute for Child Advocacy  posted a new status.

Do you like Instagram more than Facebook?? Follow us on Instagram! It's going to be fun!...
Founded 30 years ago, our voices for Oklahoma's future protect children by creating awareness, taking action and changing policy in Oklahoma.... Go To Post

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Oklahoma Institute for Child Advocacy  posted a new status.

The Oklahoma KIDS COUNT Data Center is Oklahoma’s premier, most comprehensive data source for child well-being in our state that is used by thousands individuals each year, including policymakers state agencies and community leaders. KIDS COUNT data raises awareness, tracks progress and highlights a...
Best source for child and family well-being indicators in the United States. National, state, county, congressional district, and city data. Economic well-being, education, health, family structure, and community data. Data by race, sex by age. KIDS COUNT Data Book.... Go To Post

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Oklahoma Institute for Child Advocacy  posted a new status.

If you’re interested in giving back to your community, volunteer with Sunbeam Family Services. They are still in need of 100 volunteers for the Educare carnival on June 12. If helping children have a fun, memorable experience sounds exciting to you, sign up now at http://goo.gl/forms/Yhgt8d1mnn....
If you’re interested in giving back to your community, volunteer with us! Sunbeam is still in need of 100 volunteers for the Educare carnival on June 12. If helping children have a fun, memorable experience sounds exciting to you, sign up now at http://goo.gl/forms/Yhgt8d1mnn.... Go To Post

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Pediatricians are trying to gently shape child-rearing styles so that kids living in poverty have a chance to succeed.... Go To Post

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“I've come to the frightening conclusion that I am the decisive element. It's my daily mood that makes the weather. As a parent or teacher, I possess a tremendous power to make a child's life miserable or joyous. I can be a tool of torture or an instrument of inspiration. I can humiliate or humor, h... Go To Post

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Answer by Joyce Fetteroll, electrical engineer and unschooling mom: It depends whether you want a child who acts well-behaved or a child who makes thoughtful choices on how to behave. The first is relatively easy. When a child misbehaves, choose your favorite form of punishment. Repeat. The downside... Go To Post

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Oklahoma Institute for Child Advocacy  posted a new status.

About 57,000 kids in foster care are going to bed without a family tonight. In a new report, KIDS COUNT highlights the need to ensure that loving, nurturing and supportive families are found to help raise these children. #kidsneedfamily...
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Oklahoma Institute for Child Advocacy  posted a new status.

OICA currently has a highly anticipated infographic in the works to illustrate the top five preventable causes of death. Vehicular deaths were number two on the list provided by the Child Death Review Board. We will be posting the infographic soon, so stay tuned to find out what the rest were....
OKLAHOMA CITY - Many Oklahoma parents are voicing their opinion on a bill that could change how their children are seated in the car. The author of the bill says the goal is to protect children. “...... Go To Post

Facebook Icon Facebook Post 5/19/2015
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Oklahoma Institute for Child Advocacy  posted a new status.

Today, we release “Every Kid Needs a Family: Giving Children in the Child Welfare System the Best Chance for Success,” a new KIDS COUNT report. Download today and find out why #kidsneedfamily and how we can collectively make it happen....
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Oklahoma Institute for Child Advocacy  posted a new status.

This week, we’re helping to release a new KIDS COUNT policy report on why #kidsneedfamily and how we can do better for kids in #fostercare. Make sure you’re following Casey and your state KIDS COUNT organization to join the conversation on social media....
Learn how to connect with KIDS COUNT and the Casey Foundation on social media.... Go To Post