Palomar provides protection, hope, and healing.

We partner with other community agencies to provide wraparound services to victims of domestic violence, child abuse, sexual assault, stalking, elder abuse, and human trafficking. We are a Family Justice Center, which means that we collaborate with our partner organizations, many of whom have offices in our building, to fulfill our mission.

Our Story

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.

Our Vision

We envision an Oklahoma City that is free from violence, where everyone feels safe and secure.

together to interrupt the cycle of domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking, human trafficking, child abuse and elder 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.
offenders accountable.
survivors to thrive.

Our Guiding Principles


To provide victim-centered services that promote victim autonomy and empowerment.


To increase safety, promote healing, and foster empowerment through services for victims and their children.


Utilize a multifaceted treatment approach that meets the needs of the whole person.

Survivor Driven

Shape services to the need of clients.


Survivors have the right to choose their life’s direction.

Embrace Change

Evaluate and adjust services by including survivors input and evidence-based best practices.


Maintain close working relationships among all collaborators/agencies.


Acknowledge the profound impact of trauma, which shapes all aspects of services.


Develop a Family Justice Center community that values, affirms, recognizes and supports staff, partners, volunteers and clients.


Offer survivors, and their children, a place to belong even after the crisis intervention services are no longer necessary.

Offender Accountability

Increase offender accountability through evidence-based prosecution strategies.


Integrate primary, secondary, and tertiary prevention approaches into all initiatives, programs and projects.


Commitment to the utilization of culturally relevant service approaches with respect for diversity and promotion of inclusion.


Acknowledging the complexities of trauma and healing, we know that we can develop creative solutions and accomplish more for survivors when we work together as a united team.

Our Impact

In 2019 in Oklahoma City, there were 37,401 calls to 911 because of domestic-related incidents. That’s 1 in 6 homes. We’re working to treat the underlying cause, break the cycle of abuse, and heal our community. 

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