Other Valuable Partners

 

Office of Juvenile Affairs

The Office of Juvenile Affairs supports our Community at Risk Services (CARS) and through Legislative Appropriation. 

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Oklahoma Department of Health And substance Abuse Services

Many of our 

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Oklahoma Healthcare authority

One of the ways Moore Youth and Family is able to offer counseling services at no or little cost is with the help of Medicaid benefits.  Click the link below to see if you or other family members are eligible for Medicaid behavioral health service benefits.  

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City of moore community development

Moore Youth and Family receives support from the City of Moore Community Development Block Grant. This grant helps supports our Community at Risk Program and Early Intervention Program.

 

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district attorney's association

The District Attorney's Association funds our Victims of Crime Assistance program. This grant enables us to see children between the ages of 6 and 21 who have experienced or witnessed a violent crime. Family counseling is also a part of the support offered under this program. 

 

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Moore Public Schools

Moore Alternative School and Treatment (MAST) is the result of a collaboration between Moore Public Schools and Moore Youth and Family Services. This program is available to students who have been suspended from Moore Public Schools and/or would benefit from behavioral health services while attending school. 

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