Don’t feel alone. There is help through Sara’s Project.
Address: 816 16th Avenue NW, Ardmore, OK 73401
At Sara’s Project, we are here for you! Whether you need us for advice, training, or any of our services offered, we want to be there in your time of need.
Our advocacy center, Sara’s House, provides medical exams and forensic interviews to children. Law Enforcement, Child Welfare or the District Attorney’s Office may call our office to schedule one of those services.
If you’re a parents or caregiver, you can call with questions regarding the process of these resources, or for assistance in navigating the legal system pertaining to your child’s case. You may also call our office if you are faced with a need, from counseling services, clothing, food or any other way we can assist you. Although we do not directly provide these particular services, our Family Advocate can help reach out to the programs within our community that do provide these services.
Through Sara’s House, we also see adult victims of sexual abuse. Law Enforcement, The Family Shelter, the Emergency Room or the individual may contact us to administer a Forensics Collection Kit.
Sara’s Project also provides resources in the form of the education of Suicide Awareness and Prevention. Schools, Counseling Offices, Business or Individuals may contact our office to inquire about or to enroll in the multiple trainings we offer year-round, or schedule a training designed specifically for your group’s schedule. We also offer Crisis Management education to schools. If you’re a School Counselor, Principal, Superintendent or School Board Member please feel free to call for more information, enroll in one of our trainings or schedule a training specifically for your school.
Family Shelter Crisis Line
If you or someone you know has been a victim of sexual assault, please contact the Family Shelter Crisis Line. The Crisis Line Operator will activate SART.
National Suicide Hotline
The National Suicide Hotline and the Oklahoma Child Abuse Hotline are very helpful resources. If you or someone you know is feeling suicidal, or if you are concerned someone you care about may be having suicidal thoughts, we encourage you to reach out to The National Suicide Hotline.
Child Abuse Hotline
If you believe that a child/children may be victim to child abuse or neglect, we encourage you to reach out to the Oklahoma Child Abuse and Neglect Hotline. You do not need proof—concern is enough to make the call.