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Abuse and Crisis Intervention

211 Tulsa HelpLine
211 or 918.836.4357
Assessment & referral to human service organizations that can best meet callers needs. Phones are answered 24 hours a day.

Adult Protective Services
Department of Human Services (24-hour hotline)
Investigation of suspected physical or emotional abuse, neglect, or financial exploitation.
Creek County:
(918) 746-3300
(800) 572-6834 toll-free
Osage County:
(918) 287-2956
(800) 884-1573 toll-free
Tulsa County:
(918) 430-2320
(800) 734-7509 toll-free

Ann Patterson Dooley Family Safety Center
3010 S. Harvard Ave., Ste. 200; Tulsa, OK 74114
(918) 742-7480, FAX (918) 742-2870
Offers civil, criminal, health, and social services for victims of
domestic violence.  On-site representatives from police department
and district attorney's office assist with emergency  protective orders
and reports.  Emergency protective orders are filed between
9 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. Spanish-speaking staff.

Attorney General's Fraud Control Unit
440 S. Houston Ave., Ste. 505; Tulsa, OK 74127
(918) 581-2885; (405) 521-4274; FAX (405) 528-1867
Investigates and prosecutes crimes of physical abuse, neglect, and
financial exploitations of Medicaid clients.

Call Rape
4300 S. Harvard Ave., Suite 100; Tulsa, OK 74135
24-Hour Crisis Line: (918) 7HELPME (743-5763)
(918) 585-3163; FAX (918) 584-1835
Offers counseling for victims of sexual assault and their families,
prevention, education, support groups, and telephone crisis line

CSD of Oklahoma (Communication Service for the Deaf)
TTY/(888) 252-1017 toll-free; TTY/Voice (800) 717-1958 toll-free
Videophone CSDTULSA.TV
FAX (605) 367-5958 (Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.)

Connects domestic violence and sexual assault victims who are deaf
or hard-of-hearing to needed help and resources.

Domestic Violence Intervention Services (DVIS)
4300 S. Harvard Ave., Ste. 100; Tulsa, OK  74135
24-hour Crisis Line: (918) 7HELPME (743-5763
(918) 585-3163; FAX (918) 584-1835
Services include crisis; advocacy; support and education,
including outpatient counseling (group and/or individual) for
survivors and perpetrators of domestic violence; assistance with filing
protective orders; crisis shelter; transitional housing and supportive
services for families that are homeless due to domestic violence.
Sliding fee scale. Medicaid. Insurance. No eligible person denied
service. Additional locations in Broken Arrow, Sapulpa, and Tulsa.

Federal Bureau of Investigation
3301 W. Memorial Rd.; Oklahoma City, OK 73099
(405) 290-7770; FAX (405) 290-3885
investigates Internet-based abuse or fraud

OK VINE: Oklahoma's Criminal Tracking and
Victim Notification System
Provided by the Oklahoma Attorney General
(877) 654-8463 toll-free
Victims of crime may register to be notified of the release of
offenders from county detention facilities, county jails, and the
Oklahoma Department of Corrections.

Osage Nation Adult Protective Services
255 Senior Drive; Pawhuska, OK 74056
(918) 287-5335; (800) 460-4615 toll-free
Investigates abuse claims involving a Native American adult within tribal jurisdiction

24-Hour Help Line: (800) 522-7233 toll-free
Safeline is the Department of Mental Health's 24-hour toll-free help
line. Offers information about domestic violence and sexual assault. 
Callers are referred to crisis intervention and shelter services, offered
information on filing a victim protective order, and educated about
their rights.  Calls are free and confindential

Tulsa County District Attorney
Tim Harris

500 S. Denver Ave., Suite 900; Tulsa, OK 74103
(918) 596-4805; FAX (918) 596-4830
Investigates and prosecutes complaints of abuse.