Noticias y recursos
Our YP Board consists of young adult volunteers ages 23 – 40. Being a part of this group provides them with opportunities to grow their own personal network and encourages them to support CARE through fundraising and raising awareness for our mission to end child abuse.
As a child advocacy center, we felt a responsibility to provide ideal mental health treatment for all our brave visitors. Luckily, we found the ideal team for this task.
We firmly believe that prevention education is crucial in ending child abuse in Oklahoma County. In today’s technology-driven world, one concerning issue often overlooked is the detrimental effect of social media and the internet on children.
This month, we have delved deep into the heart of The CARE Center’s mission and its unwavering commitment to combating child abuse. We reached out to our Victim Services department to learn more about what they do and the kids they serve. Join us as we discover the incredible strength and unwavering compassion required to support victims of child abuse, their resilient caregivers, and their families in their pursuit of healing and justice.
As we commemorate Mental Health Awareness Month, we sat down with our esteemed Mental Health Department to glean their invaluable insights and advice. Join us on this insightful journey, as our experts shed light on the importance of mental well-being in the lives of the affected children and their families.
In an age of digital dating, shopping with just a click of a button and unlimited access to the world’s information, we often forget about the risks associated with the internet.
We recently had the opportunity to sit down with them and ask some questions about their important work. In this blog, we’ll share their insights and highlight some of the amazing things they do to help keep our children safe.