Emergency Shelter: 405-701-5540 | Rape Crisis: 405-701-5550

Paws for Consent: 2nd Annual Dog's Against Sexual Violence Dog Walk

 

 

 

Join us with your furry friends as we paws for consent to eliminate sexual violence in our community! This will be a fun event for the whole family that includes food trucks, treats, and more! Don’t have a dog? That’s okay! You can “rent” one with one of the rescues that will have available dogs!

Click here to register, support the event, or buy a shirt (humans and dog shirts available!)

 

Welcome to the WRC!

Paws for Consent: 2nd Annual Dog's Against Sexual Violence Dog Walk

 

 

Join us with your furry friends as we paws for consent to eliminate sexual violence in our community! This will be a fun event for the whole family that includes food trucks, treats, and more! Don’t have a dog? That’s okay! You can “rent” one with one of the rescues that will have available dogs!

Click here to register, support the event, or buy a shirt (humans and dog shirts available!)

 

Everyone's Story

 

 

Come once, twice, or every Thursday as we talk about anything, everything, or nothing at all. Each week we will meet at a different spot. Email Joe@wrcweb.net for our location and more information.

A basic needs list can be found on our donate page. We also keep an updated Amazon Wish List so you don’t have to do the heavy lifting.

Paws for Consent: 2nd Annual Dog's Against Sexual Violence Dog Walk

 

 

Join us with your furry friends as we paws for consent to eliminate sexual violence in our community! This will be a fun event for the whole family that includes food trucks, treats, and more! Don’t have a dog? That’s okay! You can “rent” one with one of the rescues that will have available dogs!

Click here to register, support the event, or buy a shirt (humans and dog shirts available!)

 

 

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The WRC Receives funding from the United Way of Norman, and The Attorney General’s office.

Community Sexual Assault Survey


This survey is designed by the Cleveland County Sexual Assault Response Team (SART) in an effort to improve services and identify gaps in our community for people who have experienced sexual assault.  If you have experienced sexual assault and utilized services in Cleveland County, consider completing this assessment. These responses are anonymous and will only be used in aggregate to improve victim response. If you have questions about the survey or its purpose, please contact the Co-chair of the SART, Courtney Foster, at 405-701-5550 or Courtney@wrcweb.net.

WRC Norman OK

Our Mission:

“We believe that women have the right to live in safety, to be treated with dignity, to make choices and to hope.”

Grassroots in nature, the Women’s Resource Center is a non-profit 501 ( c ) 3 organization dedicated to supporting individuals who have experienced violence in the Cleveland County community. With specialized services catered to domestic violence, sexual assault, and stalking, WRC continues to refocus objectives to adapt to the diverse, changing needs of the community.

There is no cost to any of WRC’s services. You do not have to be a resident of the shelter to receive services from WRC.

Our Numbers:

Women's Resource Center
P.O. Box 5089
Norman, Ok 73070
wrc@wrcweb.net

WRC Business line: 405-364-9424
WRC Fax line: 405-364-4888

Domestic Violence Shelter: 405-701-5497
Domestic Violence Crisis Line: 405-701-5540

Rape Crisis Center: 405-701-5550
Sexual Violence Crisis Line: 405-701-5660

 

Employment Opportunities:

Intern Opportunities

We love interns! Due to the lack of space, we need an intern who is flexible with their office space and willing to work from home. We are unable to offer paid internships at this time. The intern will be expected to produce high-quality, professional advertisements...

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Family Advocate

Opening at the WRC shelter. Family Advocate GENERAL DESCRIPTION: The Family Advocate is responsible for aiding individuals and families in the shelter in obtaining all necessary & appropriate services to complete their personal plan for escaping the violence that...

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