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Oklahoman children were confirmed to be victims of abuse in 2017.

Family Builders served over 2,200 people in fiscal year 2017-18.

Family Builders provided over 30,000 hours of services to families.

We exist to abuse.

Every year in Oklahoma, too many families are torn apart by abuse and violence, and too many children suffer the consequences.

At Family Builders, we are dedicated to breaking the cycle of abuse. We know what works and we invite you to join us in healing families after abuse.

Parenting Programs

Parenting is a learned skill, and at some point, all parents need help.

Community Education

We're working to engage more members of the community in combating child abuse & neglect.

Batterers Program

We offer a Batterer’s Intervention Program certified by the office of the Attorney General.

Co-Parenting & Divorce

Divorce can have a devastating effect on children - be the change.

What's New at Family Builders

Upcoming Events:

June 18th 2023

Fathers Day Festival - Please join us for our Annual Father's Day Festival. We will be at Scissortail Park on Sunday, June 18th from 11 am to 4pm. There will be Inflatables, Games, Local Vendors, Music, Live Entertainment Raffle, Food Trucks, and more activities for the whole family to enjoy! Admission is FREE. Call us at 405-232-8226 or email for sponsorship, vendor, or volunteer information.

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2022 Family of the Year

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Parenting tips: Back-to-school edition

August 12, 2022
As the summer days dwindle, back-to-school season has fallen upon us. Aside from gathering school supplies, new clothes, and all of the other back-to-school preparations,...

How to Take Control of Personal Accountability

May 16, 2022
Abusive behaviors are learned and can sometimes be coping mechanisms for the abuser. When people do not take accountability for their actions, they often become...

Child abuse prevention month – April 2022

April 4, 2022
In 2020, the Oklahoma Department of Human Services received and reviewed 67,185 child abuse reports. Of those reports 23.2% were substantiated, meaning there was evidence...