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Neighborhood Service Organization Inc
24376 Millcreek Ct
Neighborhood Service Organization (NSO) was established in 1955 as a private, non-profit human service agency. Focused on being "always within reach," we serve consumers across metropolitan Detroit through accessible programs designed to strengthen and em
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Organization President Stacey ...
Organization President Stacey Ninness said the group offers dental care, rent assistance and apartments for homeless Oklahomans.
by Jaclyn Cosgrove Modified: August 15, 2015 at 9:00 pm • Published: August 15, 2015
A mother with two children said she
had been in so much pain, she
own tooth out.
was homeless, without money for a dental appointment.
Photo - Stacey Ninness, Neighborhood Services Organization president and CEO. [Photo by Doug Hoke, The Oklahoman]
Stacey Ninness, Neighborhood Services Organization president and CEO. [Photo by Doug Hoke, The Oklahoman]
That woman and her story has stuck with Stacey Ninness, president and chief executive officer of Neighborhood Services Organization, over the past 10 years.
"You just think about that and how I'm able to call and say 'I need a dental appointment,' or ... 'Hey, I need to take off today because I'm in so much pain, I've got to go see my dentist,'?
"That impacted my thought process a little bit differently, that this mom is here and she
didn't even know we were around, and that we had a dental clinic."
Neighborhood Services Organization
is a 95-year-old nonprofit that serves at-risk and homeless residents in Oklahoma City.
answered a few questions about the services that the organization provides.
"You don't realize Oklahomans don't have the access to dental care that they should have," Ninness
This advice comes from Stacey ...
This advice comes from Stacey Ninness, who as a three-time honoree was inducted into the Chain of Distinction at Thursday night's Oklahoma's Most Admired CEOs event in downtown Oklahoma City on February 12, 2015.
"Commit to admitting your failures, learning from them and then moving on without letting them define you," said Ninness, president and CEO of Neighborhood Services Organization.
was among 34 executives recognized at The Journal Record's sixth-annual Oklahoma's Most Admired CEOs event at the Skirvin Hilton Hotel on Feb. 12, 2015.
The honorees are profiled in the Oklahoma's Most Admired CEOs magazine
Stacey Ninness, ...
Stacey Ninness, Neighborhood Services Organization Inc.
"We're so thankful to Impact Oklahoma ...
"We're so thankful to Impact Oklahoma for the grant for the kitchen and for the widespread support of the Carolyn Williams Center," said Stacey Ninness, NSO president.
Making an Impact | Oklahoma City Community Foundation
Ms. Mickey, left, stands with Terry Simmons and Stacey Ninness, president and CEO of Neighborhood Services Organization that operates the Palo Duro residences in Oklahoma City. Palo Duro I and Palo Duro II provide housing for formerly homeless adults who are dealing with a mental illness. Ms. Mickey has been a resident since 2003 when she came to NSO for assistance. During Fiscal Year 2014, Terry recommended a grant from his advised fund to NSO.
Ms. Mickey, left, stands with Terry Simmons and Stacey Ninness, president and CEO of Neighborhood Services Organization that operates the Palo Duro residences in Oklahoma City.
"Without gifts from people like Terry, NSO wouldn't be able to help homeless individuals suffering from mental illness find a place to call home," says Stacey Ninness, president and CEO of NSO.