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Oklahoma City

Non Legal Resources

Jacqui Ford Law is ready and willing to fight for your rights if you’ve been accused of a crime. Our team works closely with every client to listen to and understand their story. We commit to each client, and for over a decade, we’ve helped thousands of clients fight their charges and get to the light at the end of the tunnel.
We also encourage you to explore a vast array of resources available to help you understand your rights in Oklahoma. Below, we have included some resources that may be helpful. This is not an exhaustive list, but it should help empower you to be an informed advocate.

A Chance to Change offers individual, family, and group counseling for adolescents, children and adults struggling with a variety of issues, including substance use, family and marital issues, anxiety and depression, trauma, and more.

Freedom Oklahoma works to secure lived equality and legal protection for the LGBTQ+ community in Oklahoma through advocacy, education, and empowerment in the civic process.

The American Indian Chamber of Commerce Oklahoma advocates for economic growth of Indian country in Oklahoma through by focusing on bringing together Native business owners, tribes and resources together.

Native Alliance Against Violence serves as Oklahoma’s tribal domestic violence and sexual assault coaltion, working with tribes to develop and promote state, local, and tribal legislation and policies for best practices for responding to domestic and sexual violence.

Oklahoma State NAACP works to ensure the political, educational, social and economic equality of rights of all persons and to eliminate racial hatred and discrimination in the state of Oklahoma

Black Lives Matter Oklahoma City is an extension of the global BLM movement. Their website provides resources and information that highlight racial disparities and
 injustices and advocate for racial equity.

Court Assistance Programs, Inc. is an offender-paid, non-residential, criminal intervention and education program providing both pre-trial and post conviction services. They offer arrest specific education services to the offender and accountability monitoring and reporting to the court.

YWCA Oklahoma City is Oklahoma County’s only service provider for victims of domestic violence, sexual assault and stalking. They provide all kinds of resources, including a shelter for victims and their children.

Palomar partners 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.