Children’s Advocacy Centers of Oklahoma is a membership organization. A full listing of our current membership can be found HERE.

Oklahoma has 20 Child Advocacy Centers (CACs) which are all accredited by the National Children’s Alliance.

Additionally, there are 37 Free Standing Multi-Disciplinary Teams (FSMDTs) across the state. FSMDTs are overseen by the Oklahoma Commission on Children & Youth.

The map is a representation of the locations of our CACs and FSMDTs.

CACO's Membership Tiers are as follows:

Member Program Qualifications for Full Membership
a. Identifies as an Oklahoma Child Advocacy Center.
b. Is an Accredited Member of the National Children’s Alliance.
c. Is an Oklahoma Child Advocacy Center in the District Attorney’s District that receives child abuse multidisciplinary account (CAMA) funding as the center.
d. Has paid its annual dues.
e. Has submitted annual Membership Declaration Form.

Member Program Qualifications for Associate Membership
a. Identifies as a developing Oklahoma Child Advocacy Center.
b. Has paid its annual dues.
c. Has submitted annual Membership Declaration Form.

Member Program Qualifications for Affiliate Membership
a. Identifies as a functioning Oklahoma Free Standing Multidisciplinary Team that meets affiliate requirements of the National Children’s Alliance.
b. Is a Native American Child Abuse Investigation Team.
c. Has paid its annual dues.
d. Has submitted annual Membership Declaration Form

If you would like more information regarding the creation of a Free Standing Multidisciplinary Team (FSMDT), the Child Advocacy Center accreditation process, or CACO Membership please contact CACO’s Executive Director, Carrie Little.
clittle@cacok.com
918-805-0010