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The Family & Consumer Science division of Oklahoma State University's Extension services has always been concerned about families...and keeping them strong. Whether it's a family of one or a family of twenty, we stress education...all kinds of education. Finances, nutrition, parenting, safety, and health are just a few of the topics we address on a day-to-day basis. Some of our programs may last weeks, but sometimes, they last only the time it takes to make a phone call. So when you find you need a little help with a family matter, give us a call. Remember, we're here to help.

 

Home & Community Education

Oklahoma Home and Community Education is an organization committed to education about family and consumer issues, community service, and bringing friends together. OHCE members are adults of all ages and gender who are interested in continuing their education in family life skills. In LeFlore County the groups meet monthly for an educational program and to plan various activities and events. There are county, district, and state officers and a strong educational partnership with the OSU Extension Service.


Co-Parenting For Resilience

The Co-Parenting for Resilience program or programs like it are now court-mandated for all parents of minor children in the State of Oklahoma divorcing for reasons of incompatibility. Co-Parenting classes are held in Beaver County monthly. The fee is $35. If you plan to attend a Co-Parenting class please reserve four hours to complete the class. In addition to on-site classes, OSU Extension offers an online option of the Co- Parenting for Resilience class for those participants who have been authorized by their judges to complete this program requirement online.

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