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Contact our advocates 24-hours a day by calling our hotline. Calls are confidential and client information is never shared. Our advocates can help callers plan for their safety, answer questions about domestic violence and sexual assault, schedule counseling or other services, and provide information for people in crisis.
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.
Join us for the seventh annual fashion show fundraiser, benefiting the Survivor Resource Network, Inc. March 2nd at the Carolyn Renfro Event Center.
Tickets will once again be only $25, which gives you access to the runway shows and as much food as you care to eat. Read more here or reserve your tickets below now!
This has helped me a lot in valuing myself as a person. After leaving SRN, I'm more confident. I feel empowered living day by day and I'm finally raising daughter in a loving home.K.B.
Thank you for all of your help! This was a true blessing. I am really happy to know there are programs out here like this one. It is an awesome program.K.M.
The staff were honest and so kind with me and my children. I thank all of them for their support. I will always take with me the good things I learned. I will continue to be strong. Thank you!D.F.
While being here I was able to learn that this cycle can be broken and there is hope. My housing situation was of the utmost importance to me and SRN saw to it that I would not be on the street. This place is a gift to DV survivors.R.H.