We provide advocacy services, courtroom support, medical advocacy, information, referrals and emergency victim support 24 hours 7 days a week.
All of our advocacy services are free.
No, we can help all crime victims in our jurisdiction and surrounding areas regardless of race or gender.
No, we can help all victims of crime.
The Oklahoma Crime Victim Compensation Program can help victims of crime with medical/dental bills, funeral expenses, future economic loss, traditional American Indian services, income loss, loss of support, counseling, crime scene cleanup and replacement services. One of our advocates can help you determine if you qualify for this or other programs, and can help you with the application process.
Yes, there is no requirement that you report to law enforcement to obtain our services.
No, you do not have to file a protective order.
A safety plan can help you strategize what to do to stay safe in the midst of an emergency situation.
A service plan is a plan working towards goals you have set out for you and your family.
A written or oral statement presented to the court at the Defendants sentencing. Victims and/or survivors have a legal right to inform the judge about how the crime has affected their lives and can ask that a defendant receives a particular sentence.
One of our Advocates can assist you in finding out the status of your case and explain the process.
You may search for an offender and sign up for victim notification services through VineLink which is a free and confidential service. You can sign up to be notified by phone or email. One of our advocates can walk you through the process.