Collect Comfort Items

With schools back in session and more teachers seeing students again, CAN board and supporters are asking for comfort item donations. Since the beginning of this year, CAN has seen an average of approximately 163 kids a month, up 16% from 2019. And for every child who visits the Children’s Advocacy Center, CAN provides a […]

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Albus Turns 2!

CAN’s therapy dog Albus, or @albusthedoodledore2122 as he’s known on Instagram, turned two last month and the community helped him celebrate. Albus, a white Goldendoodle with giant teddy bear vibes, was donated to CAN in 2019 for the purpose of providing therapeutic services to the CAN staff and partner agencies housed at the Children’s Advocacy […]

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IREM Foundation and Leinbach Company matching gifts up to $16,000

UPDATE: $1495 of $16,000 goal raised as of July 15, 2020 IREM’s 37th annual fashion show and fundraiser that was canceled due to COVID-19 not only meant the loss of an evening gathering with friends, it also meant the loss of a substantial donation to the Child Abuse Network. For years, IREM’s fashion show has […]

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Child Abuse Network recognizing Child Abuse Prevention Month, increasing education efforts amid coronavirus precautions

Monday, March 30, 2020 (Tulsa, OK) – The Child Abuse Network celebrates April’s status as Child Abuse Prevention Month every year as an opportunity to educate the public of CAN’s role in child abuse investigations and how to report abuse, and with current global events, that message is becoming even more critical. “The community response […]

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A message from the President and CEO

In an effort to keep the transmission rate of COVID-19 as low as possible, last week the Child Abuse Network made the decision to implement protocols designed to protect children and families, our staff and the community partners we interact with daily. Effective 3/16/2020, CAN has transitioned almost entirely to remote operations. Forensic interviews and medical exams […]

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