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24 hour crisis helpline: 405-624-3020 or 1-800-624-3020

Services

If you are experiencing an emergency, please call 911.

If you need immediate victim supportive services please call our 24-hour crisis helpline at 405-624-3020.

If you would like to learn more about these programs and how we can help please call us at 405-372-9922.

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Shelter

SAFETY. Victims and their children can stay in our emergency shelter where all of their basic needs are provided. A caring advocate team is ready to help them through the emotional devastation left after violence.

Advocacy

HOPE. Advocates meet with victims who come to us in crisis. Many are referred by police after a violent incident has occurred at home. During these meetings advocates help families plan for safety, assist with filing an emergency protect order, offer our organizational services, and help meet the immediate needs of our clients.

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Counseling

Counseling

EMPOWERMENT. Our counseling team provides services to victims and children at no cost. A trained and licensed team of counselors provides therapeutic support to help families work through the trauma of victimization and find empowerment as survivors.

Support Groups

Counselors provide therapeutic support group sessions to survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault. These sessions are designed to help victims continue to process their trauma and work toward empowerment while feeling the support of others who have also experienced violence.

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If you are experiencing an emergency, please call 911.

If you need immediate victim supportive services please call our 24-hour crisis helpline at 405-624-3020.

If you would like to learn more about these programs and how we can help please call us at 405-372-9922.

Parent Education

Parenting Education group sessions are offered to families in an atmosphere of acceptance with a focus on supportive training. Group members are encouraged to participate and share experiences. There is a fee for this class.

Parent Education
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Batterer’s Intervention: A Program to End Family Violence

MENders is a 52 week educational program designed to encourage abusers to confront issues of anger, assertiveness, self-esteem, marital conflict, depression, program solving and life style changes. There is a fee for this class.

Prevention

Our Prevention Program Coordinator meets with young people in the classroom to discuss topics related to healthy dating relationships, recognizing the signs of an abusive relationship, anti-bullying, and using positive tools to make good choices.

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Children's Center

Our children's center is a safe place for all children in our community. Open four days a week and free to the public, please call ahead to reserve your space.