The Coalition’s mission is to promote protection, justice, and healing for abused and neglected children in
Tulsa County by optimizing systems collaboration, advocacy, training, and best practices.

Membership Partners

The Child Protection Coalition Has 28 Members

General member meetings are open to the public and occur on the 2nd Friday of every other month at 3pm.

Charter Members

The Child Protection Coalition Charter Members are the original
13 organizations that formed as a group in 2003.
These members form a rotating steering committee which governs the Coalition.

Child Abuse Network


Family & Children’s Services

Indian Health Care Resource Center

Oklahoma Department of Human Services

The Parent Child Center of Tulsa

Tulsa CASA

Tulsa County District Attorney’s Office

Tulsa County District Court

Tulsa County Sheriff’s Office

Tulsa Lawyers for Children

Tulsa Police Department

Youth Services of Tulsa

The Coalition has grown from 13 member organizations in 2003 to 26 in 2016.


Bill Passes

We are so happy to report that the Restricted Registry legislation has passed and will be on its way to the Governor soon. The Child Protection Coalition sees the registry as a way to attack the problem of child abuse. Through this legislation,…

We need you to call!

2017 House of Representatives list We are very excited to announce that Senate Bill 717 passed the Public Health Committee on April 4 with an 8-0 vote. Next, the bill will be heard by the full House of Representatives, and we need your…
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CPC Member Spotlight: Indian Health Care Resource Center Assists Native At-Risk Youth

Indian Health Care Resource Center (IHCRC) is a community response to the funding and healthcare disparities of Tulsa’s urban Indian community. Almost 40 years after inception, IHCRC remains dedicated to providing quality, comprehensive healthcare…
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CPC Member Spotlight: The Child Abuse Network - Tulsa’s Children’s Advocacy Center

The mission of the Child Abuse Network (CAN) is to provide collaborative intervention services to child abuse victims, so that they are encouraged to embrace a future driven by hope. CAN serves as the coordinator for the multiple agencies that…

Child Protection Coalition Welcomes New Executive Director

The Child Protection Coalition welcomes new Executive Director, Nellie Kelly! Kelly joined the CPC team on October 24, 2016. Kelly has 14 years of experience serving Tulsa nonprofits, including the American Red Cross, American Heart Association…
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Tulsa County Child Protection Coalition Hosts Foster Care & Kinship Support Conference

In an effort to aid in the support of foster care and kinship families in the Tulsa County area, the Child Protection Coalition hosted a FREE conference on September 24, 2016. This collaborative effort was led by a Child Protection Coalition…
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Tulsa World - Ed Lake: DHS needs citizen help in dealing with foster care challenge

"The Department of Human Services is making steady progress in improving our foster care system in Oklahoma, and we are committed to building on this momentum in the additional time we have been granted to continue this important work. In the…
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OKDHS News Release: DHS, children’s counsel and monitors agree to extend time frame for foster care reform

The expert monitors overseeing implementation of the Department of Human Services’ (DHS) Pinnacle Plan to improve Oklahoma’s foster care system have agreed to a joint request of the department and counsel to the children to extend the…
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CPC Member Spotlight: Sand Springs Home Offers Love and Security to Oklahoma Kids

The driveway onto the property of Sand Springs Home is lined with mature trees, and in the summer is green as far as the eye can see. It has the feel of driving into a park or resort. A visitor will see pristine grounds, houses, and a huge activity…


We are so thankful to our generous donors who help the Child Protection Coalition promote protection, justice and healing for abused and neglected children in Tulsa County by optimizing systems collaboration, advocacy, training and best practices.

As you consider making a tax-deductible donation, we’d like to say thank you.