The mission of Tulsa Boys' Home is to provide the highest quality residential care for boys needing placement outside their home, for the purpose of developing well-adjusted, responsible adults and strengthening the family. Its first two boys were found sleeping in trash boxes in an alley. Tulsa Boys' Home was the first and remains the largest residential treatment facility serving troubled boys in Oklahoma. We deliver residential services to 64 boys between the ages of 11 to 18 and sometimes their families on a daily basis. At the Tulsa Boys' Home, 40 of our boys are placed by the Department of Human Services, and the other 24 are privately placed by parents or legal guardians. We actively seek and value diverse perspectives and life experiences in our volunteers. We provide an environment here at TBH where our volunteers feel welcome and appreciated. Our amazing volunteers exemplify the generous spirit of unselfish giving.
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The Ministry of Social and Family Development, which runs the home, said nobody was injured in the incident. The ages of the boys arrested at the home, which houses at-risk youths aged between 12 and 19, were not revealed. Residents living near the home, which is in Jurong West Street 24, said they became aware of a loud commotion on Tuesday night that lasted more than an hour from around 10pm. We could see people running in some of the rooms.
For many families, placing their child in a residential program is absolutely the right choice and the best chance to help their son, while they can. So, please consider the following questions as you make this difficult decision:. Boys Homes admit students of any color, race, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of color, race, national and ethnic origin in administration of its admissions policies, educational policies, scholarships, and athletic and other school administered programs.
We provide the youths with the opportunities to socialize, learn strategies and skills to cope with their traumas and lives. We depend on the generosity and support of both our public and corporate donors to fund our programmes. Contribute today! Be wary of impersonators. Please check with us to see if there is an on-going event. Click here to find out more about the YouthReach 10 Appeal! We thank you for your understanding and please contact us at or info boystown. Learn more about our 6 key services — residential care, fostering, youth outreach, clinical intervention and adventure therapy through this video! Crossroads is a documentary that traced the lives of four of our boys over course of a year. It was featured in Channel News Asia and was also telecast across 26 other countries.