Empowering individuals, educating the community, and advocating for justice to end domestic violence, sexual assault, and child abuse.
Our qualified and compassionate staff and volunteers serve the community 24/7, 365 days a year, working to end domestic violence and sexual assault.
The Survivor Resource Network, Inc. (SRN), located in Ponca City, has been helping to combat domestic violence and sexual assault for over 20 years. The most recent data places Oklahoma sixth in the nation for domestic violence related deaths per capita. Nation-wide statistics estimate that one in four women will be victims of domestic violence and sexual assault at least once in their lives. Rural women are at an increased risk and Native American women experience intimate partner violence at double the normal rate. The staff and volunteers of SRN are working hard to end this plague and ensure safety for all families through prevention, education, treatment, and support.
SRN offers victims of abuse a 24-hour hotline answered by trained victim advocates, an emergency safe shelter in a confidential location, case management, counseling, support group, and court advocacy. Our volunteers are on-call 24 hours to activate the local sexual assault response team. Our advocates assist victims of sexual assault in navigating the process of reporting the crime, submitting evidence, and undergoing a medical examination. In addition, our staff ensures access to counseling for sexual assault victims. Additionally, the Domestic Violence Program offers education and training to groups throughout the community such as public schools, law enforcement, and anyone and everyone who is willing to learn!
Our qualified and compassionate staff and volunteers serve the community 24/7, 365 days a year, working to end domestic violence and sexual assault. We are funded and supported by the Office of the Attorney General, the Victims of Crime Act, the United Way, and private contributors. The team at SRN urge you to contact us if you or someone you know needs our services, and consider how you can get involved to take a stand against violence in our community. Donations are always accepted and committed volunteers are crucial to our vital programming. For more information, services, or to join the team, call 76ABUSE (762-2873).
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