Adam Brooks has served on The CARE Center’s Board of Directors for the past four years, and he’s chair of the Executive Support and Training committee. Learn more about how Adam first got involved at The CARE Center!
The CARE Center is Oklahoma County’s child advocacy center committed to helping children find their voice and begin to heal after abuse.
When a child experiences abuse, law enforcement or DHS refers to The CARE Center for our victim services of forensic interviews, medical exams, family advocacy, and mental health services.
We work together with our multidisciplinary team of law enforcement investigators, child protective service workers, assistant district attorneys, medical professionals, mental health professionals, and family advocacy personnel on the investigation, treatment, and management of child abuse cases. We are here to ensure the best possible outcome for children, while creating a caring, supportive, and safe environment for the brave children we serve.
Child advocacy centers serve more than 370,000 children each year and Oklahoma child advocacy centers served more than 7,000 children in 2017.
Every child has a future, we educate. Every child has a voice, we listen.
To end child abuse in Oklahoma County.
Types of Abuse
We Are the Child Abuse Experts
At The CARE Center, we believe every child has a voice, and we are here to listen. In an effort to support the healing process, we have created a calm, child-centered space, and in partnership with our multidisciplinary team, we offer holistic care for every child who visits The CARE Center.
Holistic care is provided at no cost to children and their families.
We Make an Impact
Throughout the years, we've helped thousands of children and families confront and overcome abuse and neglect.
2020 Victim Services impact
What an Appointment Looks Like:
Mental Health Services
The CARE Center treats all clients & employees equally regardless of race, color, national origin, sex, religion, and disability. If you’d like to submit a discrimination complaint, please click the link below.
For questions, please contact VP Traci Schwartz at email@example.com or 405.236.2100.
Since 2014, Gina has served on The CARE Center board, contributing as Board Development chair, co-chair for Brave Ball and other committees. Learn more about how Gina first got involved at The CARE Center!
Denise Cramer serves as Vice President and Trust Advisor for Bank of Oklahoma. She also serves on The CARE Center’s Board of Directors. Learn more about how Denise first got involved at The CARE Center!
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