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How to stay safe at home 

How to stay safe at home  The WRC Family Violence Shelter is open. We are here for you 24/7 when you need us. But we also understand that sometimes it’s safer to stay at home. Or that it may not be safe at home right now, but it’s scarier to leave.   Your reasons for...

WRC Receives Grant from Mary Kay Foundation

The Mary Kay Foundation Honors Domestic Violence Awareness Month by Issuing $3 Million in Grants to 150 Domestic Violence Shelters Across the Country In support of Domestic Violence Awareness Month, The Mary Kay FoundationSM announced awards of $3 million in grants to...

Lori Walke to Keynote WRC Gala

Lori Walke to Keynote WRC Gala Rev. Lori Allen Walke, a native of Moore, Oklahoma, preaches and teaches progressive Christianity at Mayflower Congregational UCC in northwest Oklahoma City. Lori was a scholarship athlete for Oklahoma State University, where she...

Sarah’s Story

Sarah, a young, single woman, found herself among friends one evening. They were hanging out at a private home, doing the things that young adults do. Laughing, sharing stories, enjoying a glass of wine, and each other. One by one, friends left. And as Sarah sat on...
Ways to Help Prevent Dating Violence

Ways to Help Prevent Dating Violence

Dating Violence ___________________________ Dating abuse is defined as physical, emotional, verbal, sexual violence, or stalking in a dating relationship. Dating abuse can occur in person or electronically and can occur between current or former dating partners. A...