About Us

CCFI Mission statement

Center for Children and Families, Inc. (CCFI) began in 1969 as a shelter for youth, from birth to 18 years old, who needed a safe and nurturing place to stay while waiting to be placed in foster care. Known then as Juvenile Services, Inc. (JSI), we met a vital need in the community while laying the foundation for our mission “to improve the lives of children.” 

Today, CCFI continues to serve children and their families who have experienced or are at risk of experiencing child abuse, neglect or other adverse experiences. Every day we dedicate our lives to create better and brighter futures for children and families in our community. Our work is based on the essential truth that healthy, supportive relationships form the basis of every baby and child's development and success in life.

Join us in our mission as we work toward giving all children the relational building blocks they need to grow into happy, healthy adults. Together, we can work toward giving every child in our community the opportunity to achieve his or her full potential. 

What We Do

CCFI offers strength-based programs and services to aide and educate families coping with abuse, neglect, divorce, separation, teenage pregnancy, a lack of quality out-of-school care, and/or other adverse experiences.

While our continuum of care is broad, with services ranging in intensity, our focus has always been to ensure that all children have safe, secure, nurturing environments and caring adults in their lives.

Heal Children

We provide hope and healing to children, youth and families who have experienced all forms of abuse, neglect, and/or other traumatic experiences. Children’s play therapy, family therapy, therapeutic groups, and individual counseling help children and their biological, foster and/or adoptive parents achieve safe, stable and healthy family relationships. Counseling services are available to children and families throughout Cleveland County and surrounding communities.

Empower Youth

Our goal is to ensure that every child and youth living in Norman has access to safe, enriching out-of-school opportunities to support their social and emotional development, enhance and enrich their academic experiences, and help them realize their full potential as productive, caring, and responsible citizens. After-school services are available to children and youth ages 6 - 18 through Boys & Girls Club of Norman.

Strengthen Families

Every family has strengths and challenges that impact the lives of their children. CCFI supports healthy parent-child relationships and family functioning through parent education and support services, supervised visits and exchanges, home visitation for parents of babies and young children, and case management and referral services.  Services are available to families in Cleveland, Pottowatamie and Oklahoma Counties.



Annual Supporters

CCFI recognizes and thanks all donors who made a difference in the lives of children and families.  *Champion donors have committed to pledge $5,000 or more to help sustain our programs and services. 

Advocates
$5,000 - $9,999

*Arrow Oil and Gas, L.L.C.
*Dr. Shelba J. Bethel
*Bio-Cide International, Inc.
Shirley & Arthur Breipohl
*Barbara & Jay Scott Brown
*Crawley Family Foundation
*Danielson Fuel Services
*The Farzaneh Family
*First Fidelity Bank
*Fowler Holding Company
*Jill & George LeVan
Oklahoma Alliance of Boys & Girls
     Club, Inc.
*Richard L. and Charlotte Reynolds
     Family Foundation
*Jane & Michael Sigmon
Susan K. Hill Living Trust
*Therapy in Motion/Cindy Merrick
*Top of the World *
JJ & Tony Waggoner
1 Anonymous Donor

Visionaries
$100,000+

*Anne & Alan Brinkley
Oklahoma Department of Human Services
Oklahoma Department of Mental Health
     and Substance Abuse Services
Oklahoma District Attorney's
     Council - VOCA
Oklahoma State Department of Health
United Way of Norman

Investors
$50,000 - $99,999

*The JoAnne Loeffelholz Miller Family
Norman Youth Foundation, Inc.

Sustainers
$25,000 - $49,999

Cresap Family Foundation
Herbalife Family Foundation
Kirkpatrick Family Fund
Norman Public Schools
Oklahoma Bar Foundation, Inc.
Oklahoma City Community Foundation
*Tom Russell Charitable Foundation

Guardians
$10,000 - $24,999

Red River Community Corps, Inc.
*Republic Bank & Trust
*Kathryn Roberts & Steve Rogers
Sue Wilson Charitable Fund
*Vernon L. Smith and  Associates, Inc.

*The Anne and Henry Zarrow Foundation
City of Norman
*Dobson Family Foundation
James M. Cox Foundation
Kappa Kappa Gamma
Norman Board of Realtors


 


*Lisa & Chuck Long
*Donna & Robert McArthur
*Jenna & Mike McIntosh
*Rhonda & Noble McIntyre
*Judy (D) & Gene McKown
*Katie & Will Merrick
*Linda & Keith Miller
*Mayor Lynne Miller
*Christian & Steve Morren
*Deborah Murphy
*Payam Nael
*Kandi & Rick Nagel
*The Honorable Jequita Napoli &
     Mr. Albert L. Napoli, Jr.
*Jennifer & Brandon Neary
*Kathy & Jeffrey Nees
*Jennifer & Richard Newell
Lindsi & Stevie Niebur
Norman Pediatrics Associates
*NorthHaven Church
*Dr. Marilyn Ogilvie
*Oklahoma State Bank
Jean Parker
*Kristen & Casey Partridge
Peach Crest Ranch
*Deidra & Fred Peters
*Petersen, Henson, Meadows,
     Pecore & Peot, P.C.
Potts Family Foundation, Inc.
*M. June Price
*Sharon & Bill Pyeatt
*Diana Price & Mike Rainer
*Melany Dickens-Ray & Kent Ray
Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma
*Sharon & Rick Rentzel
*Dana & Sean Rieger
*Lindy & John Ritz
*Anne Roberts
*Melissa Scaramucci
*Kathleen & Scott Shuler
*Simon Fletcher Foundation
*Richard E. Smalley III
*Karen & Stewart Smith
*Katie Barwick-Snell & Daniel Snell
*Beth & Senator John Sparks
*Sports Talk 1400
*Kate Stanton
*Cherie & Bob Staples
*Katie Fitzgerald & Bradley Stevenson
*Tina Stinson
*Brandi & David Sullivan
*Helen Swope
*Lisa & Sam Talley
*Julie & Sherwood Taylor
*Terry's Market, Inc.
Tinker Federal Credit Union
*Tina Kambour & Zev Trachtenberg
Wayne and Connie Leiker Family Foundation *Vawter Real Estate, Inc.
*Representative Emily Virgin
*Mary & Jim Waggoner
*Zandrea & Bryan Waldenville
*Richard Wedel
*Becky & Jason Willeford
Jaci Williams
*Lea Ann & Steve Williams
*Erin & Jon Williford
*Kay & William Woods
*Angie Wright
*Donna Vint & Harry Wright
9 Anonymous Donors

Mentors
$1,000 - $4,999

*Renee & Jim Adair
*Amanda & Stephen Alexander
*Steffani & Sam Allen
Aria Real Estate Group
*Heather & Ed Baker
*BancFirst
*Erin & Eric Barnhart
*Carol & Scott Bauman
Maryde & William Bedenbaugh
*Jessica & Josh Blyden
*Susan & Terry Boehrer
*BOLD Multimedia
*Kris & Todd Booze
*Darlene & Charlie Bowline
*Klaire Brassfield
*Jody & MacKenzie Britt
*Lynann Sterk-Brooks & Brandon Brooks
Debbie & David Bugg
*Judy & Jim Burns
*Cabbiness Engineering, L.L.C. 
*Tatianna Cannon
*Grady Carter
*Barbara O'Brien & Michael Carter
Stefanie & John Chace
*Julia Chew
*Sharri & Steve Clark
*Diane & Van Cline
*Pam & Gary Clinton
Communities Foundation of Oklahoma
*Janet & Steve Corley
*Sheryl Coulter
*Lisa Cox
*Rita Claros & Mark Cox
*Molly & Jim Crawley
*Jenny & Edward Dakil
*Allison Daugherty
*Dewberry Law Firm
*Beverly & Donald DeWitt
*Lisa & Kelvin Droegemeier
*Ruth Ann Edwards
Jackie L. Engleman
Windi Epperson
Julie Ewing
*Amanda Everett
Ferguson Management Group
*Cyndi Fields
*Eric Fleske
First Baptist Church
First Christian Church
*First United Bank
*Kelly Forristall
Kim & Scott Frakes
*Ashley Adair-Garner & Jared Garner
*Kim & John Giebler
*Lisa & Fred Gipson
Goodtimes Beef Jerky, L.L.C.
*Ben Graves
Hal C. Smith & Associates, Inc.
*Samia & Joseph Harroz, Jr.
*Judi & Bob Hartsock
*Kathy & Randy Hays
Hibdon Tires Plus
*Susan & Mike Hilgenfeld
*Vickie & Terry Hill
Hitachi Computer Products
*Amy & Mike Hobson
*INSURICA Norman
*Tamara & Dave Iske
*Donna & Rhett Jackson
January Environmental Services, Inc.
*Jeanne & Joseph King
Deborah A. Kitchens
*Brian Krause


 


Karen & Ronald Kirkpatrick
Jo Knapp
Barb & Lon Kruger
Kwik Kar of Norman
Marcie McClendon
Meraki Real Estate
Kenneth Merrill
Amanda Miller
Kelley & Bob Miller
Kelley & Scott Nedbalek
Keith Nedwick
*Carol & Keith Reames
*Cindy & Jim Rosenthal
*Paula & Ray Smalling
*Dr. Sara Spurlock & Jay Spurlock
Suzy Allen & Doug Sterk
*Julie & Paul Stewart
Katherine Anne Taylor
Casey & Bryan Vinyard
Maniva Viravong
Martha & Jim Wade
Robert C. Wells, DDS
Amy Williams
*Sarah Williams
Linda Terrell & David Wilson
*J. Rodney Young
Anonymous Donors

Friends
$500 - $999

Arvest Bank
*Liz Biolley
*Jane Bowen
*Rickey & Kevin Boyle
*Alexis & Cliff Brendemihl
Kathryn & John Brigance
Betsy Brown
Buffalo Wild Wings
*Debby & Larry Burns
Campus Corner Association
Cervi Family Foundation
Cleveland County Abstract
Cleveland County Bar Association
Leslie Osburn & John Cornwell
Dental Design Studio, L.L.C.
*Lisa & Mike Dionisio
Sherri & David Durica
Jennifer Edwards
Julie & Larry England
Gloria Jean & Phil Fenn
First Presbyterian Church
Carrie Zeman & Gregory Gilkey
Melissa & Marshal Gimpel
Ground Zero K-9 ETC Foundation
Holly & Lisanne Iker
INOK Investments, L.L.C.
Bob Kendrick


Additional Champion Donors

Bob Stoops Champions Foundation, Inc., Trisha Bunce, Don Cretsinger, Dolores & Hiram Fitzgerald, Glenn Foster, Cary Joy Hans, Insurance Solutions by Irwin Agency, Aisha Ali & Ali Jaffrey, Joan Johnson, Sharon & Tom Johnson, Journey Church, Bonnie & Kevin Kloesel, Leslie & Tyler LaReau, Sheri Martin, Amy & Ted Newton, Julianna & Kevin Osuna, Wendy Perry, Anne Roberts, Rodney Thorton, Janet & Stephen Tremaine and Velie Law Firm.

 

 

CCFI Board of Directors

Board Officers

MacKenzie Britt
Board President

Bryan Waldenville
Board Vice President

Richard Smalley
Board Treasurer

Kathryn Roberts
Board Secretary

JJ Waggoner
Boys & Girls Club Liaison

 

Mike Lawson
Lisa Long
Cindy Merrick
Ted Newton
Barbara O’Brien
Casey Partridge
Deidra Peters
Sharon Rentzel
Jeri Saliba
Michael Saliba
Kate Stanton

Board Members

Aisha Ali
Steffani Allen
Catie Barton
Sharri Clark
Beverly DeWitt
Lisa Dionisio
Jennifer Edwards
Tommy Fazendin
Beth Gatewood
Marshal Gimpel
Sharon Grissom
Samia Harroz
 


2016 - 2017 Meeting Schedule

  •  Monday, August 28, 2017 | Annual Meeting | 5:30 - 7:30 p.m.
    Location To Be Determined


2016 - 2017 Meeting Minutes

October 2016
November 2016
No meeting was held in December 2016
January 2017
February 2017
March 2017
April 2017
May 2017

Careers

Academic Success Coordinator

Temporary, Full-time Oklahoma Serves AmeriCorps Member

Center for Children and Families, Inc. (CCFI), based in Norman, Oklahoma, seeks an experienced and enthusiastic youth development professional to fill the role of a Full-time AmeriCorps member for Boys & Girls Club of Norman.

The Full-time AmeriCorps member will have the responsibility coordinating the Boys & Girls Club of Norman’s Academic Success program area.  This AmeriCorps member will work under the direct supervision of the Boys & Girls Club of Norman’s Unit Director.  The Academic Success aspect of Boys & Girls Club of Norman is geared towards strengthening the academic achievement of each member that enters our doors. This program incorporates Power Hour, which is centered on homework help, tutoring, and planning and implementing academic based activities.  This position will incorporate strengthening the partnership with the schools in our community to work directly with teachers and counselors. This position will actively seek out communication in regards to current lessons, student grades, and working to better provide a support system to the youth and families in our program. This position will require attending trainings, researching, developing and overseeing the implementation of core program components for the promotion of academic integrity and connection to the school system. In addition to direct work with youth, this position will be trained to engage with parents to help identify case management needs or information and referral opportunities to support a healthy child/parent relationship and the needs of the families that are served. 

Compensation for this position is in the form of a semi-monthly living allowance with an education award at the end of 1 year of service.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS

  • Must be a U.S. citizen at least 18 years of age with a minimum of a high school diploma or GED. 
  • One year of youth development experience preferred.
  • Some post-secondary (college) education or training is preferred.

REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, & ABILITIES

  • Knowledge about and experience working with children living in generational poverty, children with challenging home or community environments, and/or children who have experienced trauma. 
  • Ability to initiate and maintain positive relationships with children, youth and parents.
  • Ability to communicate effectively with others orally and in writing.
  • Ability to work as a team with staff and volunteers.
  • Ability to be flexible and adapt to organizational change.
  • Ability to work at least four evenings per week until 7:30 p.m.
  • Must pass criminal history and other background checks 

TO APPLY  
Please send current resume and three professional references to Vernon Hooks, Boys & Girls Club of Norman Unit Director, vhooks@ccfinorman.org or Center for Children and Families, Inc. (CCFI) ATTN: Vernon Hooks, 210 S. Cockrel, OK 73071.  www.ccfinorman.org

 

Youth Development Leader Positions

Part-time, AmeriCorps Positions

Boys & Girls Club of Norman (BGCN) at the Center for Children and Families (CCFI), seeks part time AmeriCorps youth development leaders to provide quality out of school time services to children and youth living in low income neighborhoods.   

Center for Children and Families is one of Cleveland County’s oldest and most successful independent non-profit agencies, offering a wide range of therapeutic and social services to vulnerable babies, children, youth and families.  CCFI is a growing agency and has opened a newly renovated 24,000 square foot facility located in the heart of Norman. 

Successful candidates will make a one year commitment to working with youth and their families in Boys & Girls Club of Norman programming beginning September 5, 2016. Compensation for these positions is in the form of a semi-monthly living allowance with an education award at the end of 1 year of service. Extensive training is provided.  Typical work hours 2:30pm-7:30pm Monday through Friday during the school year services and all day (8am-5pm) Monday thru Friday during summer services. The service calendar is aligned with Norman Public Schools and OU calendars wherever possible.

 SUMMARY OF ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS

  • Serve as a member of a team of staff and volunteers providing out of school time mentoring services for a group of children and youth.
  • Assist with planning and preparation for youth activities such as arts and crafts, sports, games, and presentation of a social and emotional learning curriculum.
  • Participate in staffing of large group outreach activities for children and youth.
  • Provide support to families using strengths based approach.

 
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS

  • At Least 17 years of age and US Citizenship or US National or Lawful Permanent Resident Alien
  • High School Diploma or GED or agree to obtain one in writing while serving
  • Experience working in a multi-cultural setting; bilingual Spanish preferred
  • Additional education, youth development and leadership experience is strongly preferred.

 REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, ABILITY

  • Ability to maintain positive relationships with children and youth
  • Ability to communicate effectively with others orally and in writing.
  • Ability to work as a team with staff and volunteers.
  • Ability to be flexible and adapt to organizational change.

OTHER REQUIREMENTS

  • Must pass criminal history and other background checks 
  • Available positions contingent upon notification of funds.

TO APPLY
Send current resume and three professional references to Vernon Hooks, Boys & Girls Club of Norman Unit Director at vhooks@ccfinorman.org  or Center for Children and Families (CCFI) ATTN: Vernon Hooks, 210 S. Cockrel Avenue, Norman, OK 73071

 


Work Study

Client Service Representative

Part-Time, Hourly

Center for Children and Families, Inc. (CCFI), in partnership with the OU Federal Work Study program, seeks one reliable student to serve as the Administrative Assistant. An Administrative Assistant is an individual that provides reception and support services in the front office on an ongoing and regular basis. This position directs incoming calls and clients as they walk in and provides wide array of other administrative support as needed.

Center for Children and Families is one of Cleveland County’s oldest and most successful independent, private non-profit agencies, offering a wide range of therapeutic and social services to vulnerable children, youth and families. CCFI is a growing agency that has recently moved into a newly renovated 24,000 square foot facility located in the heart of Norman.

SUMMARY OF ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS

  • Responsible for opening /closing procedures of the office
  • Serve as the agency’s primary point of contact for visitors and clients
  • Provide customer service to clients in person and over the phone 
  • Process class enrollments and payments
  • Perform basic clerical duties, including answering phones, copying, filing, etc.
  • Manage upkeep on common areas –cleaning/straightening/organizing
  • Assist with Baby Pantry tasks
  • Provide task support to Office Manager as needed

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS

  • Must be currently enrolled in the current FALL 2017 Term as a student at the University of Oklahoma. Hiring contingent upon verification of current student status.
  • Must have received and accepted a work study award for the FALL 2017 semester.
  • Ability to work during business hours, 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Monday-Friday (specific hours flexible around the student’s class schedule).
  • Willingness to commit to a regular schedule for a minimum of three days per week over current semester period.
  • Customer service experience and bilingual proficiency preferred

TO APPLY
Please click here to apply. 

For more information, please contact Kristal Johnson, Office Manager at 405-364-1420 or kjohnson@ccfinorman.org.

 

Administrative Assistant

Part-Time, Hourly

Center for Children and Families (CCFI), in partnership with the OU Federal Work Study program, seeks two reliable students to serve as Administrative Assistants. An Administrative Assistant is an individual that provides provides clerical, data entry, and technical support to several staff positions. In addition there is the physical task of weekly organization and light cleaning of children’s play therapy rooms.  Alternate position could include occasional handling of PC equipment based on applicant’s interest and experience.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Ability to work during business hours, 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. Monday-Friday (specific hours flexible around student’s class schedule).
  • Willingness to commit to a regular schedule for a minimum of three days per week over current semester period.
  • Familiarity with editing documents using full range of Microsoft Office Suite and Adobe Acrobat
  • Data Entry experience preferred but not required
  • Basic PC knowledge to assist with general IT requests such as moving computers preferred but not required 

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS

  • Must be currently enrolled in the current FALL 2017 Term as a student at the University of Oklahoma. Hiring contingent upon verification of current student status.
  • Must have received and accepted a work study award for the FALL 2017 semester.

TO APPLY
Please click here to apply. 

For more information, please contact Kristal Johnson, Office Manager at 405-364-1420 or kjohnson@ccfinorman.org.


Internships

A variety of different internship opportunities are available year-round for individuals seeking training to gain professional experience or fulfill a degree requirement.  

Administrative Intern

The Administrative Intern provides a wide array of support functions to be determined by academic goals, background and agency needs.  

Summary of Essential Job Functions

  • Data entry into various data bases related to human resources, client service billing, client outcome data, etc.
  • Assist with project management for key projects
  • Front office back up support including greeting clients, answering phones, enrolling clients in classes, etc.
  • Misc. clerical tasks such as copying, faxing and scanning
  • Assist administration and program staff as needed


Other Requirements

  • Ability to volunteer during standard business hours (8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m., Monday – Friday)
  • Willingness to commit to a regular schedule for a minimum of two days per week (6-10 hours) over a three month period.
  • Must pass criminal history and other background checks
  • Agency trainings

To Apply
Send current resume to Melanie Hetherington at mhetherington@ccfinorman.org or Center for Children and Families, Inc. (CCFI) ATTN: Melanie Hetherington, 210 South Cockrel Avenue Norman, OK 73071


Mission Advancement Intern

The Mission Advancement Intern is supervised by the Mission Advancement Director and works collaboratively with the entire Mission Advancement team as well as designated CCFI administrative and program staff.

 Summary of Essential Job Functions

  • General record keeping and data entry
  • Ongoing completion of background checks and training for incoming or expired volunteers
  • Attend outreach/engagement events (civic, corporate, educational, etc.)
  • Assist with planning and implementing year-round benefit events and fundraisers
  • Assist the Mission Advancement team as needed

Other Requirements

  • Ability to volunteer during business hours (8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m., Monday – Friday)
  • Willingness to commit to a regular schedule for a minimum of one day per week over a 4-6 month period
  • Must pass criminal history and other background checks

Current Openings
All positions are currently full.


BGCN Youth Development Professional
Academic Year

This is part-time position provides youth development services to Boys & Girls Club of Norman.  This position involves researching, coordinating, planning, preparing and facilitating activities for Club members.

Summary of Essential Job Functions

  • Provide leadership for a team of staff and volunteers providing out of school time mentoring and other services for Club members.
  • Coordinate planning, preparation and facilitate activities including arts and crafts, sports, games, and presentation of a social and emotional learning and other curricula as assigned.
  • Provide support to Club members and members’ families using strengths based approach.
  • Complete Incident Reports as needed.
  • Use behavior management skills, structure, and positive leadership to act as a caring adult role model for youth.
  • Participate in processing and clean up after services.

Education & Experience Requirements
Minimum requirements include a high school diploma or GED and at least one year of related experience. Additional education, youth development and leadership experience is strongly preferred.

Other Requirements

  • Ability to work during the academic school year (Monday – Friday, 2:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.)
  • Must pass criminal history and other background checks
  • Attend all required program staffing and other meetings, workshops and trainings

To Apply
Send current resume to Vernon Hooks at vhooks@ccfinorman.org or Center for Children and Families, Inc. (CCFI) ATTN: Vernon Hooks, 210 South Cockrel Avenue Norman, OK 73071


Practicums 

A variety of different practicum opportunities are available for undergraduates and graduate-level students seeking training to gain professional experience or fulfill a degree requirement. For more information, please direct all inquiries to contact@ccfinorman.org.

 

Champions for Children Campaign

In August of 2014, Center for Children and Families announced that it raised over $3.9 million during the Champions for Children Capital Campaign to complete the purchase and renovation of a facility specifically designed to improve and expand services for children and families.  

The renovated facility, located at 210 S. Cockrel, is the first agency-owned building since CCFI’s inception in 1969. This facility has allowed CCFI to double the time children and youth can participate in after-school and summer services; expand its therapeutic program for children who have experienced child abuse, neglect, or other traumatic experiences; and integrate prevention and education services for families under one roof. The new facility has also allowed for the expansion of community partnerships, which CCFI considers to be a critical strategy for addressing the complex needs of children and families.

Center for Children staff, Board of Directors, clients, and supporters are all immensely appreciative of the following foundations and donors who made this project possible.

Visionaries ($100,000 - $499,999)

John Campbell, Sr.
Le Tour de Vin: Cross Timbers, Norman & Sooner Rotary Club
Norman Youth Foundation
Sarkeys Foundation
Tom Russell Charitable Foundation

Legacy Donors ($500,000+) 

Anonymous
The J.E. and L.E. Mabee Foundation
The JoAnne Loeffelholz Miller Family

 

Sustainers ($25,000 - $49,999)

Anderson-Vukelja Foundation
Arrow Oil and Gas
Shelba J. Bethel
Bio-Cide International
Barbara and Jay Scott Brown
The Sharri and Steve Clark Family
Cleveland-McClain County Medical Alliance
Crawley Family Foundation
Fowler Holding Company
Herbalife Family Foundation
Jill and George LeVan
Cindy Merrick
Norman North High School SPUD
Republic Bank & Trust
Bob Stoops Champions Foundation
Top of the World
Vernon and Lori Smith Family

Investors ($50,000 - $99,999)

The Farzaneh Family
Eric Fleske
E.L. and Thelma Gaylord Foundation
Norman High School - Tigerpalooza
Kathryn Roberts & Steve Rogers
The Anne and Henry Zarrow Foundation
The Kirkpatrick Family Fund
The Phillip Boyle Foundation
Sonia Seabrook Gans
The McKinney Partnership

Guardians ($10,000 - $24,999)

Anonymous
Dobson Family Foundation
First Fidelity Bank
Jimmie Forister Trust
The Graves Family
Ideal Homes
Insurance Solutions by Irwin Agency
Journey Church
Judy and Gene McKown
NorthHaven Church
OEC Foundation
The Oliver Foundation
Richard L. and Charlotte Reynolds Family Foundation
Jaci McAfee Williams
Sooner Copy Machines

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

Advocates ($5,000 - $9,999)

Anonymous
Renee and Jim Adair
Jamie Belknap
Amy and Courtney Brackin
Shirley and Art Breipohl
Linda and John Campbell, Jr.
Janet and Steve Corley
Rita Claros and Mark Cox
First American Bank
Gymboree Play & Music of Norman
Judi and Bob Hartsock
Immuno Mycologics (IMMY)
Donna and Rhett Jackson
The Kerr Foundation
Lisa and Chuck Long
unter Miller Family
Lisa and David MillingtonKandi and Rick Nagel
Libba Smith
Lisa and Sam Talley
Kay and Bill Woods
The Forest Group
Katie and Will Merrick
Deidra and Fred Peters
Waggoners Heating and Air

Mentors ($1,000 - $4,999)

Mehdi Azimi
Artman Appraisal Company
The Bank of America Foundation
Erin and Eric Barnhart
Bob Usry and Sons
Susan and Terry Boehrer
Jody and MacKenzie Britt
Debby and Larry Burns
Margaret Cejda
Cleveland County Abstract
Pam and Gary Clinton
Jane and Manning Close
Craig & Streight Orthodontics
Angela and Patrick Dorney
Jennifer Edwards
Ferguson Buick - GMC
First Presbyterian Church
Dolores and Hiram Fitzgerald
Judith and Don Garrett
Samia and Joseph Harroz, Jr.
Samia Harroz Design
Kathy and Harold Heiple
Joan Johnson
Karen and Ronald Kirkpatrick
Bonnie and Kevin Kloesel
Lashar Home Comfort Systems
Judith Evans and Perry Lovelace
Paulette and Tom McCaleb
 

 


Jenna and Mike McIntosh
Linda and Keith Miller
Patricia Gilman and Paul Minnis
Diane and Phillip Moershel
Oklahoma Hospitality Club
Orthopaedic and Sports Medicine Center - Norman, P.C.Barbara and Steve Owens
RBG, Inc.
B.K. Reed
Kirk Reed
Lindy and John Ritz
Martha and Donald Roberts
Royal Printing Company
S.P. Rieger, LLLC
Jeri Saliba
Mary and Don Sherman
Richard Smalley, III
Kate Stanton
Cherie and Bob Staples
Katie Fitzgerald and Bradley Stevenson
Mary Louise and Don Symcox
Pam and Robert Talley
Glenda Thomas
Walton Family Foundation
Barbara and Scott Alan White

 

 

 

We would also like to thank our dedicated Campaign Cabinet, the McKinney Partnership Architects, Republic Bank & Trust, Sun Construction Services and Grossman and Keith Engineering for their commitment and leadership of this project. 

BUILDING COMMITTEE

Jim Adair
Mehdi Azimi
Mackenzie Britt
Mark Cox

CAMPAIGN CHAIRS

Cindy Merrick
Chuck and Lisa Long
Honorary Chair
Sherri Coale

CABINET MEMBERS

Jamie Belknap
Darlene and Charlie Bowline 
Anne and Alan Brinkley 
John Campbell Sr.  
Bridget and Adam Childers
Pam and Gary Clinton
Molly and Jim Crawley
Sam Fulkerson 
Jeanne and Joe King  
Judith Evans and Perry Lovelace 
Gene and Judy McKown
Marrae and Dan Quinn  
Patti Rogers    
Scott Shuler 
Katie Barwick Snell and Dan Snell 
Linda Terrell     
Jaci Williams

Shelba Bethel
Amy and Courtney Brackin
Mike Bumgarner
Robert Castleberry
Sharri and Steve Clark
Janet and Steve Corley
The Farzaneh Family
Donna and Rhett Jackson
Jill and George LeVan
Andrea and Randy Marler
Steve Owens
Lindy and John Ritz
Cindy and Jim Rosenthal
Libba Smith
Mary Louise and Don Symcox
Chuck Thompson

Location

210 S. Cockrel Ave., Norman, OK 73071
(on the corner of South Cockrel Ave. and East Eufaula St.)

 
 

Contact

Phone: 405-364-1420
Fax: 405-364-1433

Monday - Friday
8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

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Newsroom

Welcome to the Center for Children and Families newsroom, where you'll find recent and archived press releases, announcements and other valuable information about our agency. For more information regarding media relations, please contact Amanda Pulis at 405-364-1420 or apulis@ccfinorman.org

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Staff Directory

CEO & Directors

Chief Executive Officer
Brandon Brooks

Assistant Director of Financial Operations
Katherine Keith

Assistant Director of Program Operations
Tiffany Wells, MS

Boys & Girls Club of Norman Assistant Director
Carlye McQuiston, MSW

 

 

Boys & Girls Club of Norman Unit Director
Vernon Hooks

Clinical Director
Fran Roberson, LCSW, LMFT

Mission Advancement Director
Jodana Borden

Operations Director
Liz Biolley, MA


Program Staff

AmeriCorps Members
Harry Fulkerson
John Thompson

Quincy Haynes

BGCN Program Coordinator
Rasheida Collins, MS

BGCN Program Coordinator
Tayler Taliaferro

Client Intake Coordinator
Sarah Kamis

Divorce & Co-Parenting Lead Clinician
Stephanie Pierce, M. Ed.

Divorce & Co-Parenting Program Coordinator
Debbie Marshall-Gill

Parent Educator
Lisa Linke, M. Ed.

Parent Educator
Meg Standefer, MSW

Kids Cafe Coordinator
Elliot Springer

 

 

 

Parents Assistance Clinician
Kayla Whitlock, LPC

Parents Assistance Lead Clinician
Ashley Muns, LPC

Therapist
Craig Long, LPC-S

Lead Therapist
Jessica Hodges, LCSW

Therapist
Katherine Bowling, LMSW U/S

Therapist
Kelley Nedbalek, LCSW, IMH-E (IV) 

Therapist
Lee Brandon, LMSW U/S

Youth Development Professional
Katherine Wolf

Youth Development Professional
Summer Taylor


 


Administrative & Support Staff

Client & Volunteer Support Coordinator
Melanie Hetherington

Client Service Representative
Jordan Parker

Executive Assistant to the CEO & Donor Relations Coordinator
Paige Uhr

 

 

 

Marketing & Communications Coordinator
Amanda Pulis

Systems Analyst
Rachelle Cook

Office Manager
Kristal Johnson

 

Training Opportunities

CCFI periodically offers enrichment opportunities for therapeutic and social work professionals. Many training sessions also provide Continuing Education Credits. To view our current training opportunities, please click on the title(s) below:

 

Understanding Social Class- Bridging Differences for Service Delivery
Presented by Fran Roberson, LCSW, LMFT
Friday, September 22, 2017   |   9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.