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.
With more than 32 years of experience providing services to victims of child abuse, The CARE Center is working to end this epidemic by educating children and adults. Through our two abuse prevention education programs, we give adults and children the tools they need to identify and prevent child abuse.
To end child abuse in Oklahoma County.
ROAR has been endorsed by the Oklahoma State Department of Health and the Oklahoma State Department of Education.
Oklahoma supports Erin’s Law, which requires all public schools implement a prevention-oriented child sexual abuse program.
Who should learn about child abuse?
Day Care Centers
Foster Care Agencies
Recognizing & Reporting Child Abuse & Neglect is our child abuse education training designed for any adults who work directly with children.
This FREE program teaches adults how to recognize the signs, symptoms, and risk factors of abuse as well as how to respond to and safely report suspected abuse. Schedule a training at your location, attend training at The CARE Center, or train online.
This training fulfills the requirement for mandatory reporter training for the state of Oklahoma.
ROAR is The CARE Center’s child-based education program that teaches children ages 4-8 how to protect themselves from abuse. The interactive and easy to implement lesson is designed to be taught in a classroom or group setting.
Rex and his animal friends take children on journey to find his ROAR, a simple and memorable acronym that teaches children that their bodies are their own and empowers children to stand up against abuse.
2022 Impact Numbers
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.