Support of a loved one can make a big difference in the life of a child abuse victim. Begin the healing with those three words. Less than 3% of children lie about being a victim of child sexual abuse.
Kids’ Space has a Darkness to Light facilitator on staff! Child sexual abuse is too common, we can’t afford to ignore it.
Kids’ Space has been growing over the past few years in order to meet the needs of more children in our community. In 2011 Kids’ space provided services to approximately 300 child abuse victims. In 2015 Kids’ Space provided services to 724 child abuse victims. We’ve introduced new services based off community need, such as Drug Endangered Children’s Services, Children’s Prevention Education and Internet Crimes Against Children. We now have 6 full time employees and co-locate with Law Enforcement from the Muskogee Police Department, two Trauma Focused Therapists and Indian Child Welfare.
Gumdrops, Lollipops as sweet as can be…It’s the Kids’ Space Daddy Daughter Dance, come celebrate with me!
Plan on joining us on February 18, 2017 for the 14th annual Daddy Daughter Dance at The Castle of Muskogee. There will be 2 different dance times to choose from this year.
First Dance Option 3:00pm-5:00pm
Second Dance Option 7:00pm-9:00pm
Ticket Sales will begin December 15, 2016
Check back for more information on ticket sales by December 1.
We can’t wait for another GREAT Trap Shooting Tournament at the Connors State College Gun Range in Warner, OK this MAY 27, 2017. Registration will begin this January 2017, check the website for updates
The advocates at Kids’ Space have given me the strength and courage I need to help my daughter and I get through this.
They really care about my son. He feels like he can be himself when he’s at Kids’ Space.
They helped me understand I’m not the only one. I am most grateful they helped my mom deal with my abuse. She was so sad. Now we are both getting better everyday.
My little girl enjoys all the bright colors and the toys at Kids’ Space, I think the environment helps to make my daughter feel comfortable.
It’s hard to trust anyone after something like this happens to your child. I trust my advocate at Kids’ Space though and that helps SO much.