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National Resource Center for Youth Services: Oklahoma Successful Adulthood Program

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Every third Tuesday of the month, OKSA hosts office hours to answer all your questions.

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Teen Conference 2022

University of Oklahoma, Norman, OK
June 15-17, 2022

Registration Now Open!

Upcoming Events

Safe and Supported Spaces for LGBTQIA+ Youth

May 31 - June 1, 2022
Tulsa, OK

Using a variety of learning activities and open discussions, participants will explore LGBTQIA+ history and how it impacts the LGBTQIA+ community today.

Understanding All Things Sensory

June 9, 2022
Tulsa, OK

This training will build a foundational understanding of sensory development and how this impacts one's ability to thrive and attach. We will explore what sensory needs may look like and what needs lie beneath a child's behavior.

Helpful Information

 

Pandemic Eligibility Extended to Age 23!

Although OKSA services normally end on a young adult's 21st birthday, recent federal legislation allows OKSA to continue providing services up to their 23rd birthday until September 30, 2022.

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Pandemic Gift Cards Assistance

Were you 14 to 26 years old, and an alumni of Oklahoma foster care during 2021? You may be eligible for a one-time Visa gift card from OKSA!

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Youth Development Funds Request Form

Eligible youth can access funds from 14 to 21 years old. Funds are subject to approval and should support a young person's goals and efforts toward transition.

Right-Click to Download YD Request Form

 

FAFSA 2022-2023 Applications

Students who fill out a FAFSA form will qualify for other kinds of scholarships and grants, including forgivable federal loans. Often, students who apply for FAFSA will gain an edge in the college admissions process as well.

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