If you are in immediate danger or distress, please call 911. Other resources are listed below:
Family Safety Center (Tulsa County)
24-hour emergency phone: 918-743-5763
Free and confidential services include assistance with emergency protective orders, assistance with law enforcement reports, chaplain services, civil legal assistance and advice, consultation with District Attorney staff, counseling referral for adults,forensic medical, interpretation services, referral for children, referral for immigration services, referral to safe, confidential emergency shelter, and safety and prevention education. Emergency Protective Orders: Effective March 20, please call 911 if you need an emergency protective order.
Child Abuse Network
Providing forensic interviews and medical exams for urgent needs. Staff working remotely and triaging cases as needed. As always, we are only providing services to children/families referred through law enforcement and/or DHS investigators. Please report suspected abuse to DHS hotline (1-800-522-3511) or local law enforcement.