Human Sciences faculty from Oklahoma State University who specialize in parenting,
marriage and family, mental health, nutrition, and other related areas that help Oklahomans
experience a better life and a brighter future.
Our Extension human scientists focus on the most critical issues facing Oklahomans
including hunger, chronic health, poor finances, degradation of the environment, lack
of safety, housing, family breakdown, and adolescent risky behaviors that cost society
and the state many lives and resources.
A network of trained Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Educators with a presence in all
77 counties and currently delivering co-parenting programs in 57 different counties
across the state. Cooperative Extension is America’s largest network of university
educators dedicated to helping people improve their lives.
To read what other people are saying about the Co-Parenting for Resilience class,
read our testimonials.