Month: August 2018

The CARE Center re-earns accreditation

OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLA. (June 13, 2017) – National Children’s Alliance awarded The CARE Center (Child Abuse Response & Evaluation) Inc. re-accreditation following an extensive application and site review process. Accreditation is the highest level of membership with National Children’s Alliance as it denotes excellence in servicing children and families who have suffered abuse. As the …

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What Happens When I Make a Report?

After making a report through the Child Abuse Hotline the following steps will be taken: A Department of Human Services (DHS) supervisor screens the report of child abuse to determine whether the allegation meets the statutory definition of abuse and neglect and whether the report falls within DHS responsibility. DHS is mandated to investigate substantiated …

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Get Your CARE Center T-shirt!

Get your t-shirt today! Show your support for The CARE Center when you wear your extra soft #EndChildAbuse T-shirt. ADULT and YOUTH sizes available. $15 each plus $5 if you’d like us to ship them to you. Contact Camden at or 405.236.2100 for yours today!  

Child abuse expert, Stacy McNeiland, responds to neglect case in Lincoln County

Homeschool group pushes for stronger laws after child abuse case The bystander who reported suspected child abuse and neglect to DHS truly saved this boy’s life. The CARE Center offers a FREE training for adults called Recognizing & Reporting Child Abuse & Neglect that teaches anyone who works with children the signs, symptoms, and risk factors …

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