Stop the hurt,
start the healing.

Providing collaborative intervention services to child abuse victims, so they are encouraged to embrace a future driven by hope.

For many children, summer break is a time for water slides, snow cones, and incredible fun! For others, summertime can represent the highest opportunity for domestic abuse. 

We invite you to join our“Summer of Hope” campaign. Our goal is to raise $300,000 by the summer’s end to continue providing essential support, including medical evaluations, mental health treatment, and advocacy. Your help is crucial and invaluable in bridging the gap

What to expect
at the CAN Center

A Safe Approach

Most often, children come to the Child Advocacy Network within the first three days after their abuse has been reported. Here, the multidisciplinary team of agencies provides a variety of services to investigate child abuse with minimal trauma to the injured child. The result? A safe, child-friendly approach to help begin the healing.

Multidisciplinary Teams

Tulsa’s Children’s Advocacy Center promotes a multidisciplinary approach to child abuse investigation. The multidisciplinary team of professionals works from one central location to investigate reported child abuse. This approach allows the team to immediately share information and eliminate duplicate efforts. As a result, investigations are expedited and children can begin their healing sooner.

Services & Programs

Most often, children come to the Child Advocacy Network within the first three days after their abuse has been reported. Here, the multidisciplinary team of agencies provides a variety of services to investigate child abuse with minimal trauma to the injured child. The result? A safe, child-friendly approach to help begin the healing.

Abused children
need your help

Donate

There are many way to donate to Child Advocacy Network. Learn more about the potential ways to give.

Volunteer

As a CAN volunteer, you choose how to be involved. Volunteers help with special projects, fundraising campaigns, landscape and facility improvements and other tasks.

Education

Learn more about the typical signs and causes of abuse and learn how to respond to a child’s disclosure of abuse.

Abused children
need your help

Donate

There are many way to donate to Child Advocacy Network. Learn more about the potential way to give.

Volunteer

As a CAN volunteer, you choose how to be involved. Volunteers help with special projects, fundraising campaigns, landscape and facility improvements and other tasks.

Education

Learn more about the typical signs and causes of abuse and learn how to respond to a child’s disclosure of abuse.

Giving hope to over 42,000 children in the
 Tulsa community for over 35 years.

Giving hope to over 42,000 children in the 
Tulsa community for over 35 years.

How does the 
Child Advocacy 
Network operate?