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Supportive Counseling Services
Find your light.
We offer high-quality, affordable counseling services for people of all ages who need help with life’s challenges. Our services are provided on a sliding scale, which means sessions fit most budgets. Learn more or call 405-528-7721 to set up an appointment.
Help Your Child Learn and Grow
Enroll in your child, from birth to 5, in one of Sunbeam’s learning centers.
Learning begins long before a child starts kindergarten. Sunbeam is a leader in early childhood education, preparing children and their families, prenatal to five, to enter kindergarten with the skills necessary to be ready for school and life. Our programs are designed for pregnant women, children 0-3, and then 3-4 year olds in our Pre-K collaborations classrooms.For more information about enrolling your children, age birth to 5, contact Betty Wilson, 405-609-3308, at email@example.com, or Trenna Grayson, 405-605-8232 at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Help in your home.
If you are pregnant and/or caring for your children, birth to three, in the home, Sunbeam’s Home-Based Early Childhood program offers support to guide you through the stages of your baby’s development. The goal of the program is to increase your knowledge and confidence in understanding this stage in your baby’s life, strengthening your bond, and connecting you with the resources available to you in the community. Learn more.
Sunbeam supports parents and caretakers to have access to community resources to help you strengthen your family and yourself. Learn more.
Supportive Services for Seniors
Find help in your home.
The Senior Companion Program provides companionship for home-bound senior adults. With the goal of helping seniors stay in their home for as long as possible, Senior Companions provide quality, in-home support and companionship to individuals who cannot afford nursing home care. Services may include: light housekeeping, meal prep, conversation, and playing games. To learn more about how to request a Senior Companion for your loved one, contact Marien Breckenridge at email@example.com or 405-609-8930.
Help is here for caregivers.
The Caregivers Fundamental Program provides support groups, assistance, and counseling to families caring for loved ones. If you are living with and caring for a loved one 60+ and living in Oklahoma, Cleveland, Canadian, or Logan counties, our program is available to you.
- Respite Care: Occasionally you may need time away from your responsibility as primary caregiver. Sunbeam offers relief so that you can have a break for short periods of time.
- Resource Assistance: Assists caregivers in accessing benefits and services available to senior adults in the community.
- Caregiver Training: These training help caregivers with stress reduction, clear communication, caregiver self-confidence, balanced living, and tough decision-making.
- Support Groups: Caregivers can connect with other caregivers who understand what they are going through.
- Counseling: Caregivers have access to Sunbeam’s counseling services to help cope with life’s challenges or other issues related to caregiving responsibilities.
Are you a grandparent raising your grandchildren?
Sunbeam empowers and supports grandparents through support groups, school supply assistance, holiday assistance, and other resources. If you are raising your grandchild(ren) in the absence of the parent(s), living in Oklahoma, Cleveland, Canadian, or Logan counties, we can help you. Learn more.
Keep your loved ones safe with Care Trak.
The Care Trak system is a bracelet that works as an emergency locator transmitter. Individuals who have been diagnosed by a doctor with Alzheimer’s disease, dementia, autism, Down syndrome, traumatic brain injury, or cognitive impairment qualify to receive the Care Trak bracelet. Individuals must also be an Oklahoma City resident, have full-time caregiving and supervision, and no longer drive but who are at risk of wandering by foot. For more information contact Talena Ford at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 405-609-6551. Learn more.