Westview Medical Center Provides Generous Donation to Teach Not Punish (TNP) Family Resource Center to Support Students with Behavioral Challenges
Published 11/26/2019 | Reading Time 1 min 10 sec
TULSA, Okla. — One of Tulsa’s nonprofit organizations serving scholars with deficit social and academic skills was recently awarded a $1,500 contribution from Westview Medical Center.
The Westview Medical Center made a generous contribution to the organization’s first annual patron event, “Black Wall Street 1919 Gala” to support TNP programs and services such as the Together Everyone Achieves More Success (TEAMS) Behavior Intervention program.
The Black Wall Street 1919 Gala will be held Saturday, November 30, 2019, from 6 pm to 11 PM at the Doubletree Hotel, downtown, at 616 W 7th St, Tulsa, Oklahoma 74127.
For more information about the Black Wall Street 1919 Gala click here.
TNP serves more than 100 children and their families annually, providing services across the Tulsa area to low-socioeconomic families and scholars with deficit social and academic skills. The organization also includes classroom management training and community engagement opportunities to educators and the community at large. The mission of the organization is to equip families by enhancing access to community resources and support families by providing resources to build resilience during adverse times, which can positively impact family function. For more information about Teach Not Punish visit teachnotpunish.com
About Westview Medical Center
Westview Medical Center opened its doors in 1984. The initial concept for Westview originated with a group of six healthcare professionals. The group’s priority was, and remains today, to be a medical center providing for the healthcare needs of an underserved community. For more information, go to https://westviewmedicalcenter.com/.