Children’s Hope

One Miracle After Another

May 1, 2023
One Miracle After Another by Brooklyn Learned

My daughter is so loved, healthy and happy. In the past, I have not been a very good mom. Thanks to OBHC, my daughter will never have to know the old me.

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A Close-Knit Community

October 1, 2022

“I have never had anyone root for me in this way. I love the ladies in my cottage and the family advisors on campus. They have made such a difference in my life.”

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A Whole New Person

September 29, 2022
A Whole New Person

“I never thought I would see the day that I didn’t have to have drugs or alcohol to cope, and now I am genuinely happy, thanks to God and OBHC.”

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You Don’t Know What You’re Missing

August 4, 2022
You Don't Know What You're Missing

“It’s not hard – just come and love on the kids for an hour-and-a-half every Monday,” said Kim. “You don’t know what you’re missing.”

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A Unique Role

August 1, 2022

Because Jessica Nichols was once a mom in Children’s Hope, she understands what the moms in the cottage are going through in a way others cannot as she serves as a family advisor on the Owasso campus.

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Light in the Darkness

July 1, 2022

Being at Children’s Hope is helping Katherine to make the necessary changes needed to maintain long term sobriety and properly parent her children. “OBHC is a light in the darkness, and I have found full-on hope…”

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A Good Story

March 1, 2022

Tinlee and her sister, Leila are grateful to live at OBHC. “My mom is happy again. So she can help us and have fun with us. It makes us feel safe like when my dad was alive.”

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Loving Every Second

September 1, 2021

“We used to live with my Grandpa,” Aleigha explains, “but someone told my mom about this place and she thought it would be a good place for us to live. Plus, she could go to school to learn how to help the dentist.”

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Happy Together

June 1, 2021

Amelia loves “just everything” about living at OBHC. “There are lots of people, lots of friends, lots of family, and it’s a really helpful place for my mom.”

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