Resources

Take 2 Information

Take 2 website

Resonance in the News

Take 2 Café provides jobs and housing for women (2/3/17)

A New Life (1/21/17)

The Weekly Feed: National Pie Day Edition (1/18/17)

Needs and Deeds: Resonance (1/11/17)

People & Places: Resonance Center for Women (7/17/16)

Table Talk: Take2:A Resonance Café opens Wednesday downtown (3/1/16)

New cafe to help recovering women in downtown Tulsa (2/5/16)

Local restaurant to serve Hope (9/30/15)

Take 2 A Resonance Cafe (9/30/15)

Resonance Center for Women to open Downtown Restaurant, (8/20/15)

A Better Way Forward, Page 35 (4/1/15)

Stacked Deck (1/23/15)

The Art of Healing (January 2015)

People and Places: Resonance’s Stacked Deck (1/11/15)

Jennifer Palmer: Oklahoma is our Oyster (11/7/14)

Female Incarceration: Addressing Oklahoma’s Crisis (10/23/14)

Resonance New Board/Advisory Council Members (4/6/14)

Editorial: Margaret Swimmer: Prisons or Schools (3/23/14)

Editorial: Good Diversion (2/12/14)

Resonance eases the way (2/3/14)

Court-alternative program helps graduates change their lives (2/1/14)

Tulsa Drug Court Graduates celebrate second chance at life (1/31/14)

Deidra Kirtley and Jennifer Palmer on Good Day Tulsa this morning talking Stacked Deck and Resonance (11/5/13)

Debbie Gordon on Fox 23′s Great Day Green Country promoting Stacked Deck and Resonance (11/1/13)

Resonance Executive Director Deidra Kirtley shares incarceration facts in Sunday’s Tulsa World op ed article (10/27/13)

Stacked Deck 2013 Announcement in the Tulsa World (10/22/13)

Oklahoma and Incarceration

Changing Laws, Changing Lives (7/19/16)

Ballot Measure Campaign Begins for Criminal Justice Reform (publicradiotulsa.org, 3/10/16)

Okla. Gov. Mary Fallin signs executive order on felony convictions, employment applications (NewsOK, 2/24/16)

Oklahoma’s Great Depression is emotional, not economic (tulsaworld.com, 4/26/15)

Oklahoma Watch: Journey into debt (tulsaworld.com, 1/31/15)

Oklahoma Watch: After prison, many offenders mired in debt (tulsaworld.com, 2/2/15)

Tulsa’s own supermodel, actress, and fashion icon Amber Valletta opens up for the first time ever about the daily struggle of living with addiction (mindbodygreen.com, 7/9/14)

Haunted Pictures of Women in Prison (newrepublic.com, 11/12/13)

Oklahoma’s ‘Mean’ Laws to Blame for High Female Incarceration Rate, Sociologist Says (NewsOK, 10/10/13)

In Oklahoma, an Alternative to Prison for Nonviolent Women (reuters.com, 3/25/13)

Additional Resources

www.nadcp.org
www.oklahomawomenscoalition.org
Ok Dept of Corrections Female Offenders 2013 Annual Report
Mayor’s Commission on the Status of Women Annual Report to Mayor Dewey Bartlett

Outside Helpline

For a wide range of services available to the Tulsa area–food, meals, financial assistance, clothing, prescriptions, eyeglasses/vision care, dental care and children’s services–please call the Helpline at 211 or (918) 836-HELP (4357)