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Classes at CAP Tulsa will not resume for the remainder of the current 2019-2020 school year (closed March 23 - June 4). Legacy Plaza and the Support Service Center will remain closed at least through April 30. COVID-19 (coronavirus) updates can be found here. Resources during the closure can be found here. All CAP Tulsa employees can access their work email remotely at


Press Kit

Quick Facts

  • CAP Tulsa, also known as Community Action Project of Tulsa County, is an anti-poverty agency in Oklahoma
  • CAP Tulsa specifically focuses on a two-generation approach that aims not only to prepare young children for future success in school but also their parents through programs designed to increase parenting skills, employability and earning potential
  • We offer high-quality early childhood education services for qualifying families
  • Families in our early childhood education program have access to a family support specialist that helps them to set goals and reach their goals
  • We offer programs for parents such as CareerAdvance® that provides free training for a high-demand healthcare career

Areas of Expertise

  • Poverty
  • Early Childhood Education
    • Curriculum
    • Outcomes
    • Child Development
    • Head Start
    • Kindergarten Readiness
  • Two-Generation Strategies
    • Family Advancement Programs
    • Workforce Readiness
    • Adult Learning
    • Parenting Programs
    • Financial Capability
  • Innovation
    • Processes
    • Organizational Effectiveness and Change
    • Research


For media inquiries, photography/logo requests, or to schedule an interview, please contact:

Rainey Talbot, APR
Director of Marketing, Public Relations & Purchasing

Callie Jo Morey, APR
Communications Specialist