Office Locations/Traveling Areas: Tulsa Main Office, 41st Street Office, Sapulpa Office, Broken Arrow Office, Homes in Tulsa Metro Area/Surrounding Counties
Tiffany’s passion is pouring out love and effort into improving the lives of people within her community. She does this by assisting clients in need and connecting them to resources that can help them meet basic physical needs. This includes referrals to Mental Health resources and support opportunities for those who face Mental Health challenges. Tiffany has spent over 17 years volunteering in the community. Her focus has been helping people who struggle with Chemical Dependency and Adolescent Behavioral health needs. She has also volunteered with Female Inmates who were incarcerated in a NE OK Department of Corrections facility by facilitating life skills and recovery groups. Tiffany spent several years working as an Inpatient Psychiatric Technician in various types of settings including Adult Mental Health Acute Crisis Units, Eating Disorder Treatment Programs, Geriatric Psychiatric Care and Adolescent Behavioral Health Units. In 2015, Tiffany worked with a partner on a non-profit endeavor that connected Domestic Violence victims (who struggled to receive help from public agencies) to private resources across the United States. Tiffany is still very passionate about this cause and has assisted in Domestic Violence Advocacy since 2014. Tiffany is very knowledgeable about private and public resources that can help support clients who face mental health challenges. She believes with the right support and therapeutic intervention, clients can experience a fulfilling life and enjoy inspiring other members within the community.
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Office Locations/Traveling Areas: Tulsa Main Office, Owasso Office
Viora grew up as a disadvantaged youth in a family effected by mental health issues. Her childhood was filled with difficult situations. Disconnected utilities….running extension cords from neighbor’s home for electricity…..borrowing food to the next month. Wondering when Momma was going to come home. Having to fend for herself at a very young age, Viora recognized that even though she couldn’t change her environment she could CHANGE her way of thinking and EMPOWER herself.
During her teenage years, Viora worked with youth in low income housing community centers. This developed into a passion to assist and educate disadvantaged youth and families. She graduated from Langston University in 2004 with a Bachelor’s of Science in Corrections with a minor in Sociology.
As a Case Manager, Viora pledges to work with you to help you get your needs met and help you develop the skills to confidently become self-sufficient.