Our focus

Policy-oriented, applied, and basic research on families can help to identify the aspects of public policy, societal and familial conditions that warrant action to protect families and individuals. Members of the Oklahoma Council on Family Relations contribute to families and sound family policies in a variety of ways. These include, but are not limited to:

  1. Research on the course of family life and its challenges
  2. Family Life Education in formal and informal settings, training, and certification
  3. Provision of professional guidance, counseling, and therapy
  4. Professional development and evaluation of programs designed to enhance family well-being
  5. Networking opportunities to facilitate change in action, programs, and policy
  6. Advocacy for sound family policies and programs at local and state levels

National Council on Family Relations

The Oklahoma Council on Family Relations is an affiliate of the National Council on Family Relations

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