To download the pdf click the follwing Health 2016. View the full 2016 Legislation here.
Oklahoma Institute for Child Advocacy 2016 Legislative Session Highlights For Children, Youth and Families FOSTER CARE The Department of Human Services Pinnacle Plan: The FY 2017 budget includes SB 694, which requires the Department of Human Services to appropriate funds to… Read More
OICA has created a Parent Toolkit fact sheet in collaboration with Oklahoma Eating Disorder’s Association. To download and view in full follow the link OEDA infographic.
The health and prosperity of Oklahoma’s families and communities requires an investment in early experiences and supporting relationships between infants, toddlers and their caregivers and is a primary prevention strategy to paying for negative health and social outcomes later. The… Read More
Governor Mary Fallin addressed the State of the State this week and released the proposed 2015 executive budget calling for cuts to most state agencies as a result of the $170 million revenue shortfall. What does this mean for Oklahoma’s… Read More
Okla. Congress Fails to Support Insure Oklahoma Health Program Lawmakers ended the session without acting on Fallin’s request to approve a measure that would provide health insurance for nearly 9,000 low-income Oklahomans who are set to lose their… Read More
Today, the Oklahoma Institute for Child Advocacy is proud to partner with the Annie E. Casey Foundation to release the 2013 KIDS COUNT Data Book, which measures the well-being of our nation’s children and profiles Oklahoma’s ranking on a series… Read More
Today, the Oklahoma Institute for Child Advocacy is proud to release our latest Kids Count Issue Brief on Oklahoma’s Changing Demographics: A Catalyst for a Pro-Growth Oklahoma. The purpose of the issue brief is to provide a picture of… Read More