Palomar provides protection, hope, and healing.
years in operation
The palomar knot is the strongest, most resilient knot one can tie. When pressure and weight are applied, the knot gets stronger.
We consider Palomar to be a community of strength and healing. We seek to offer victims and survivors in Oklahoma City a kind-hearted home where clients and their children come first as they work through the healing process.
Chief Citty, Chief Kuhlman, and Captain Flowers of the Oklahoma City Police Department discuss the idea of a Family Justice Center with founder Kim Garrett.
Chief Citty hosts the first Advisory Board to ask agency leaders their thoughts on a Family Justice Center and decide if there is a need. Chief Citty signs a contract with Alliance for HOPE International to develop an FJC in Oklahoma City.
A team is sent from San Diego to facilitate a comprehensive three-day needs assessment of OKC.
120 individuals representing 47 different agencies and the community came together at Coles Garden.
Oklahoma City hosts its inaugural Camp HOPE with 29 trauma-exposed kids aged 7 to 11 at Camp Classen in Davis, Oklahoma.
The community celebrates Palomar’s Grand Opening with 15 on-site partners.
A MAPS 4 package passes which will allocate funds to build a new Palomar facility.
We envision an Oklahoma City that is free from violence, where everyone feels safe and secure.
together to interrupt the cycle of violence and abuse.
as a catalyst to create a community and culture that is free from violence.
long-term support for victims and their children to heal from trauma.
survivors to thrive.