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Norman H. Asbjornson Lindsey Beeghly R. Christner Mark Davis Sherri D. Davis Brock Eubanks David Eve. Lang, Ph. Terry Rainey Frank R. Rhoades James A. Rodgers, M. Employment Opportunities. We provide residential services to 64 boys between the ages of 12 to 18 and their families when there is a family.
Tulsa Boys' Home grew dramatically during those early years, and by became a charter member of the Community Fund the organization that evolved into the Tulsa Area United Way. Always evolving to meet the needs of troubled boys and their families, TBH is now recognized and nationally accredited as a residential treatment facility for boys with emotional, behavioral, and substance abuse problems. Many of these boys learn to lead productive lives, and credit TBH for breaking the cycle of poverty, abuse, and neglect that is often passed on from generation to generation if no help is available.
First Tulsa Boys' Home: Second Tulsa Boys' Home: Third Tulsa Boys' Home: Fourth Tulsa Boys' Home: Fifth Tulsa Boys' Home: Tulsa Boys' Home: - Current. Re-accreditation is undergone every four years.
Not everyone knows, but Tulsa Boys' Home is a residential treatment facility with hour a day awake supervision, 7 days a week, days a year, including holidays. Its first two boys were found sleeping in trash boxes in an alley.
These audits review compliance with standards established for residential childcare. Cordell Rod Coulter William D. Cutsinger, JR. Michael S. Pitman Thomas A. Vogt J. Chris White Joe Willis.
Tulsa Boys' Home was the first and remains the largest residential treatment facility serving troubled boys in Oklahoma. Smith, Treasurer John Hewitt, Secretary.