The CARE CEnter's response to covid-19:

Dear CARE friends,

The health and safety of our children, families and staff is of the utmost importance to us. Based on advice from the National Children’s Alliance as well as federal and state health authorities, The CARE Center will be closed to the public Wednesday, March 18 through Friday, April 3. All CARE Center employees will continue to work remotely and be available via email.

This was not an easy decision as The CARE Center’s daily services are vital to so many children and families, but we know we have a responsibility to help slow the spread of Covid-19. Unfortunately, we also know that with the temporary closing of schools and youth-serving organizations comes a likely spike in crimes against children – especially in this stressful climate. With that being said, we will maintain limited on-site staff for our most urgent cases.

How can you help?
Please consider making a gift of significance so that we can continue providing our critical services to Oklahoma County’s smallest citizens during these uncertain times.

With this ever-changing situation, our plans may change too; we will continue to communicate any developing information. If you have questions, feel free to contact me at

Please stay safe, 
Stacy McNeiland, CEO

We Educate

Education is the answer to ending child abuse. Our education programs provide adults and children the tools they need to identify and prevent child abuse. 

We Heal

Children come first in everything we do. We help children find courage, summon bravery, and tell their story. 

Together, we can end child abuse in oklahoma county.