The fantastic team at Family Builders works diligently every day to help provide healing to our community, and each one has a deep passion for our mission. In our last Meet the Team blog, we introduced you to our Director of Community Education & Outreach, Britnee Joyner. This time, I’d like to introduce you to Gail Cato-Strong, our Family Counseling Therapist and Clinical Director.Read More
At Family Builders, our incredible staff is the foundation that supports our mission. In our last Meet the Team blog, we introduced you to one of our group facilitators, Katrina Zmaila. Next up, I’d like to introduce you to Britnee Joyner, our Director of Community Education & Outreach.Read More
It’s back to school time again! For some kids, it may be a new environment. For others, it will be full of old friends.
Regardless, kids need a safe environment to grow and thrive. What can you do to make things safe for your kids and others?
An important step in making schools safe is recognizing when a situation is bad. Family Builders offers education for all ages when it comes to spotting and stopping dangerous situations.Read More
We celebrate families every day at Family Builders. And this time of year is a special time to appreciate fathers in particular. If you are looking for a father/child activity, here are some ideas.Read More
Due to unforeseen circumstances, Chalk the Walk has unfortunately been cancelled. Stay tuned for information on more events coming soon! Family Builders is set to host our annual Chalk the Walk sidewalk chalk art community event on Saturday, June 8 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Chalk the Walk will be held at the SandRidge…Read More
You and your loved ones, colleagues, and peers are invited to join us for our annual Hope for Families luncheon. This year’s luncheon will be on Wednesday, April 17, 2019, from noon to 1:00 p.m. at the Oklahoma History Center, 800 Nazih Zuhdi Drive in Oklahoma City. The event is free and open to the…Read More
It’s important to have regular conversations with your children about various safety topics, though some safety conversations are easier to have than others. While it’s not the easiest discussion to have, talking to your children about sexual abuse prevention is a really important conversation. It can help them know how to deal with it if the situation arises.Read More