Domestic Violence

If you feel like you are in immediate physical danger, please call 911.

If think you may be in an abusive situation, it is important that you plan for your safety whether you feel like you can leave or not. There are many resources that can help you.


Domestic Violence Intervention Services (DVIS) offers services for all survivors of intimate partner and sexual violence regardless of race, religion, sexuality, immigration status, age, etc.

  • Call the DVIS 24-Hour Information & Crisis Line (918).743.5763 or (918)-7HELP.ME to speak with an advocate. They can help you create a safety plan that prepares you to respond or flee a possible/current crisis situation. Along with this, we can help you find resources specific to your situation.
  • Text the DVIS Help Line from 8 PM-1 AM. Text SAFE to 207-777 to speak with an advocate over text. They can help you prepare create a safety plan that will help you in crisis situations.


24-Hour Information & Crisis Line DVIS


8 PM-1 AM Text Help Line DVIS

Text SAFE to 207-777

24-Hour Crisis Line for Native Americans StrongHearts Native Helpline

1-844-7NATIVE or 1.844.762.8483

Where to find the closest crisis center/shelter Oklahoma Coalition Against Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault


Where to file a protective order, get legal support in custody and divorce cases DVIS Legal/Family Safety Center


Legal support for naturalization and immigration cases YWCA


Mental Health Resources/Services Mental Health Association of Oklahoma



For more resources, call 211 or reach out to us at (918)-7HELP.ME or (918)-743-5763

You have a right to healthy relationships regardless of your gender identity, sexual orientation, socioeconomic class, immigration status, age, or race. Help is available. We believe you.