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Call Rape, Inc.
Tulsa, Oklahoma Tulsa
The mission of Call Rape is to reduce the impact and occurence of sexual violence.Crisis calls are answered by staff or trained volunteers. Crisis line workers offer crisis intervention and problem solving assistance. Anyone affected by sexual assault may call for help.
Child Abuse Response & Evaluation Center
The mission of the CARE Center is to protect and assist child victims of suspected sexual and severe physical abuse through expert multidisciplinary response intervension in an environment that is child sensitive, supportive and safe.
National Organization for Victim Assistance
The National Organization for Victim Assistance is a private, non-profit, 501(c)(3) organization of victim and witness assistance programs and practitioners, criminal justice agencies and professionals, mental health professionals, researchers, former victims and survivors, and others committed to the recognition and implementation of victim rights and services. Founded in 1975, NOVA is the oldest national group of its kind in the worldwide victims¿ movement. NOVA¿s mission is to promote rights and services for victims of crime and crisis everywhere.
National Sexual Violence Resource Center
Serving as a central clearinghouse for the voluminous resources and research, the NSVRC provides a place to turn to for information, help and support. The NSVRC will influence policy, practice and research by providing greater interaction, investigation and review, and by promoting awareness within the anti-sexual violence movement. The University of Pennsylvania, the NSVRC's research partner, will provide review, analysis and synthesis.
Oklahoma Department of Human Services, Child Abuse
Clinton: (580) 323-3333
Lawton: (580) 250-3750
Oklahoma City: (405) 713-6245
Ada: (580) 310-7075
Muskogee: (918) 684-5333
Tulsa: (918) 592-0811
Oklahoma law requires anyone who has reason to believe a child has been abused or neglected to report it to authorities. Afterhours statewide child abuse/neglect hotline: 800-522-3511
Prevent Child Abuse Oklahoma
Phone:(405) 525-0688 or (800) CHILDREN
Prevent Child Abuse Oklahoma is a statewide volunteer, private, non-profit organization of concerned citizens working with local, state and national agencies and organizations to disseminate knowledge about child abuse prevention and to aid in establishing child prevention programs in communities statewide. PREVENT CHILD ABUSE Oklahoma efforts focus mostly in primary and secondary prevention through education, public awareness, advocacy and prevention programs. In recent years, thousands of Oklahoma children, parents, community organizations, and professionals have benefited from PREVENT CHILD ABUSE Oklahoma activities.
Rape Abuse & Incest National Network (RAINN)
Operates a 24 hour, national hotline for referral to services nearest the caller.
Sexual Abuse Nurse Examiners (SANE)
The Exchange Club Center for the Prevention of Child Abuse
Mission - To prevent both physical and emotional abuse of children.
The Oklahoma Coalition Against Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault
2525 NW Expressway, Ste. 101
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73112 Oklahoma
Veterans Sexual Trauma Counseling Program
Oklahoma City Phone: (405) 270-1584
Tulsa Phone: (918) 748-5105
The Vet Center provides individual, group, marital, and family counseling for male and female veterans (with other than dishonorable discharges) who experienced sexual trauma while serving on active duty. Sexual trauma includes rape, sexual assault and/or batter, or sexual harassment.
YMCA Crisis Services, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Domestic Violence Victim Assistance Program: (405) 297-2881
Rape Crisis Center: (405) 947-4506 or (405) 943-RAPE (7273) (24 hour hotline)
Domestic Violence Shelter: (405) 949-0907 or (405) 949-1866 (24 hour hotline)
Domestic Violence Community Support Group: (405) 647-4506 or (405) 947-4506 (Admittance)
Third Phase Men's Group, a part of the Crisis Intervention Services: (405) 947-4508
Breaking the Cycle: (405) 947-4506 or (405) 947-4508