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CommunitySvcCouncil May 25
Warrior Partnerhips of Eastern Oklahoma May 25 Newsletter
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In Oklahoma, 40% of youth who need mental health services and 80% who need substance abuse services are not receiving them.
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CIC News: Fertility, Veterans and Capital Spending
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In Tulsa County, 34 out of every 1,000 females ages 15-19 give birth, higher than the national rate of 22/1,000.
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9th Annual Top of the Town Update
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CommunitySvcCouncil May 9
Tell lawmakers: Take the gross production tax back to 7% to help working Oklahoma families –
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CommunitySvcCouncil May 9
In Tulsa, 108 veterans were identified as homeless in a January 2016 survey.
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Warrior Partnerhips of Eastern Oklahoma May 9 Newsletter
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Family Health Coalition - May 2017
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In Jan. 2016, 118 people were chronically homeless in Tulsa. Throughout 2016, A Way Home For Tulsa helped house 87 homeless individuals.
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