At Palomar, we, alongside our partners, offer a variety of medical services, including trauma-based mental and physical health care.
The Oklahoma Humane Society will be building their first on-site, emergency animal housing for pets of domestic violence survivors thanks to a $30,000 donation.
We collaborated with Oklahoma Humane Society to create the Animal Advocacy Program to provide crisis services to animals affected by domestic violence. Read through to learn more about the program.
If you’re a parent or guardian stuck at home with children due to the COVID-19 pandemic, you might be searching for reading recommendations. This might be especially true if you’re raising children who have experienced trauma.
Several of our partners, including YWCA OKC and The Homeless Alliance, provide emergency shelter and housing assistance. You can receive help with emergency or permanent relocation at Palomar.
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