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Connecting and Networking Resources
These resources are intended to help individuals and families connect to other individuals and families for support and mentoring.
The Oklahoma Family Network (OFN) focuses on supporting families of children and youth with special needs through emotional support, resource navigation, and ensuring quality healthcare for all children and families through strong and effective family/professional partnerships.
Visit Oklahoma Family Network (OFN).
Oklahoma People First is a non-profit, state wide, self-advocacy group run by, and for, people with developmental disabilities. There are 18 chapters in the state of Oklahoma. Our motto is: "Nothing about us, without us."
Explore the Oklahoma People First website.
Sibshops are opportunities for brothers and sisters of children with physical, developmental or intellectual disabilities or mental health concerns, to obtain peer support and education within a recreational context.
Oklahoma has 15 Sibshops across the state and a statewide coordinator.
Learn more about Sibshops at Sooner SUCCESS.
TARC provides education, advocacy, and support to empower people with developmental disabilities through the various programs.
Read more about TARC programs.
Resources are informational only and in no way imply approval or endorsement by the Council.