About CASA of Northeast Oklahoma

On March 5, 1995, Ryan Luke, a little boy from McAlester, Oklahoma, died from a child abuse-related head injury. Oklahomans were outraged. Many galvanized their outrage into movements to help children.

It was no different in Rogers, Mayes, Craig, Ottawa, Delaware, and Washington Counties. In memory of Ryan Luke, a group of concerned citizens wanted to ensure that children had trained citizen advocates who would visit them in person regularly and speak up when a child's best interests were not being honored. They decided to start a court-appointed special advocate program and Tri-County CASA began serving the 12th Judicial District which includes Rogers, Mayes, and Craig Counties.

History of CASA in Northeast Oklahoma

May 1995 - Tri-County CASA begins serving the 12th Judicial District (Rogers, Mayes, and Craig Counties)

August 2017 - CASA expands to serve Quapaw Tribal Courts

May 2014 - Board of Directors changes name to Child Advocates of Northeast Oklahoma

August 2019 - Board of Directors changes name to CASA of Northeast Oklahoma

September 2015 - CASA expands to serve the 13th Judicial District (Ottawa and Delaware Counties); opens Miami, OK  satellite office

October 2019 - CASA expands to serve Washington County in the 11th Judicial District

(918) 923-7276

658 S. Lynn Riggs Blvd. Claremore, OK 74017
103 E. Central, Suite 500 Miami, OK 74354

Statewide Abuse and Neglect Hotline 800-522-3511

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