Far too many Oklahoma children are victimized by neglect, abuse or life-threatening situations each year. For the many taken into custody, the Department of Human Services has the enormous responsibility of placing them with foster, adoptive, or specialized community homes, residential treatment or group home care.
Some of these children are so severely traumatized by physical, sexual and/or emotional abuse, they are unable to succeed in the foster care system. They have lost all faith in their chance for stability and are crippled by their feelings of hopelessness, fear and abandonment. Unlikely candidates for adoption, they move from foster home to foster home, falling through the cracks.
These children are victims of severe abuse and neglect and require intensive counseling to overcome their emotional, behavioral and/or adjustment problems. This is where White Fields steps in to restore hope in these boys’ lives by providing them a long-term home, counseling and guidance. We help these boys learn to develop relationships, grow and move on to lead productive, independent lives.