Second Oklahoma City children’s shelter licensed as existing DHS shelter nears capacity

DHS has obtained a temporary license to open a second children’s shelter in Oklahoma City as its existing shelter continues to operate at near capacity.

BY RANDY ELLIS Published: September 10, 2012
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DHS has obtained a temporary license to open a second children’s shelter in Oklahoma City as its existing shelter continues to operate at near capacity.

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