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OBHC, Oklahoma City Campus
WaySearch http://www.obhc.org 16301 South Western
73170 Oklahoma City
Administrator/Director: Rod A. Phillips
Contact Person: Cathy Wrangle
Sponsor: Baptist General Convention of Oklahoma
Location & geographic area served: Oklahoma City (Cleveland County); Serving Oklahoma
Major source of funding: Baptist Beneral Convention of Oklahoma
Third Party payments accepted: No
Type of License: Child Care Institution
Professional memberships: OkCARE, SWA, & CORE
Gender/Age of Children Accepted: Girls ages 2 to 18; Boys ages 2 to 7.
Facility, Living and Eating arrangements: Six cottages of 8 children each with house parent couple. Two children to one bedroom. Cooking, laundry and nurturing in family style settings.
Overview of program/Therapeutic model: Servies include: Christian group living similar to a Christian family home with children required to attend church with cottage.
Types of referrals accepted: Deprived, INS, Parental Contracts & Non-Pay Service Agreements with DHS.
Admission procedure: 1. Written Application. 2. Personal interview upon appointment. 3. Physical exam completed. 4. Psychological exam (when requested). 5. Immunization record. 6. Signed contract by legal guardian or Court order. 7. Pre-arranged date of admission.
Average time for admission: Day after interview.
Requirements of child: Child must express his willingness to accept the placement an dparticipate in program.
Requirements of parents/guardians: Expected to participate in developing a plan of care, setting goals for the child; in family conferences, work toward resolving their child's permanency needs.
Requirements of placing agency: Willingness to work with parents and proved after care follow-up. Be supportive of OBHC program and policy.
Mandatory admission requirements: Physical exam, psychological exam (when requested), immunizatin record.
Visitation policies: Visitation 9am until 6pm on two Saturdays per month. Vacatoin visitation periodically as planned. Release evaluated by OBHC staff, child an dfamily every 6 months.
Other services provided:
A. Counseling: Counseling provided through referral to community agencies.
B. Education: Public schools, Vo-tech and tutoring program. Qualified high school graduates from OBHC assisted tghrough college or Vo-Tech school.
C. Vocational: Life skills training available on campus and outside and on campus employment.
D. Medical: Area hospitals and clinics. Family responsible for payment of bills.
E. Recreational: Full range of activities both on and off campus.
F. Foster Care: Adoption services available.
G. Treatment Plan: Plan of care formulated for each child in consultation with OBHC staff, the client and family.
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