Oklahoma Leadership Team
Jason Cecil – Director of National Recruitment
Rachelle Roosevelt – Executive Director of Foster Care
Shay Collins, Vice President of Performance and Risk Management
Shirley Dwyer, Chief operations officer
Dr. Melissa Briggs, Executive Director: Pathway Family Services, LLC
Michael Patrick, Chief executive officer
Rachelle Roosevelt, Executive director: TFI Family Connections, LLC and Texas Family Initiative, LLC
Board of Directors
Teresa Clounch, Chair
Accreditations & Affiliations
Council on Accreditation
TFI is accredited in adoption, foster care and kinship care services, case management and outpatient mental health services.
Alliance for Children and Families, LLC*
Children’s Alliance of Kansas, LLC
Missouri Coalition of Children’s Agencies, LLC
Nebraska Association of Behavioral Health Organizations, LLC
United Way of the Flint Hills, LLC
*CEO Michael Patrick serves on the Board Membership Committee
TFI Family Connections, LLC is a licensed child placing agency Oklahoma.
State of Kansas Department of Health and Environment, License 766
State of Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services, License CPA038
State of Oklahoma Department of Human Services, License K860000352
State of Texas Department of Family and Protective Services, License 1533903-9631
Our mission is about strengthening families. To achieve this, we do all we can to continuously improve the quality of all our services throughout TFI Family Connections.
Quality improvement allows TFI to facilitate internal reviews of program and administrative departments. These reviews help us design training and education programs for staff and retain a focus on program outcomes through a continuous quality improvement process. Management of reviews, reporting of audits and program improvement plans help TFI and its companies build upon success and identify needs early.
Within TFI quality improvement, we monitor child placing licenses for all companies, coordinate with external agencies on compliance and provide a structure for quality improvement activities in programs. Some pieces inside the quality improvement program include organizing and assembling provider meetings with stakeholders, managing the client satisfaction survey process, discussing contract issues, outcomes and quality of services and providing reports on agency compliance.
In addition, quality improvement coordinates regulatory agency audits from Council on Accreditation, Kansas Department of Health and Environment, Department of Children and Family, Kansas Department of Aging and Disability Services and other child welfare community-based service providers.
TFI Family Connections, Inc. strives to protect the privacy and safety of all families with which we work. To aid in this, we use stock photos to represent children and family clients. Outside of select stories provided with consent of past clients, stories shared are representative of the work we do and the impact of that work; but names, specific details and other identifying aspects of such client stories are changed to protect privacy and safety.