How We Help

At The Children’s Center Rehabilitation Hospital we see the survivors of childhood tragedies. As we lead Safe Kids Oklahoma, it is our mission to see that more children grow up to reach their full potential and to avoid tragedies when possible.  We provide dedicated and caring staff, operation support and other resources to assist in achieving our common goal: keeping your kids safe. We serve the community by implementing evidence-based programs. Safe Kids Oklahoma hosts safety events, conduct workshops in everything from schools to hospitals as we advocate for safety and distributes materials according to community needs.

Car Seat Safety Guide

Experience this intuitive car seat guide for valuable tips and answers to questions on car seats safety. This guide is uniquely designed to to educate you on what you need to know about car seats.

Some Things We Do

Community Car Seat Checkup events – Free car seat inspections provided throughout western Oklahoma. COVID-19 precautions will be followed. For an appointment contact us at childpassengersafety@tccokc.org.

Child Passenger Safety– Educational opportunities are offered in English and Spanish. Car seats available at discounted for those who qualify.

Bike & Pedestrian Safety – Partnering with families and schools for Bike Rodeos and safety projects.  We have Spot the Tot educational activity for community events. Rail safety materials available.

Water Safety – Free safety materials distributed to parents and caregivers. Families are invited to participate in the Personal Floatation Device (PFD) loaner program throughout lakes in Oklahoma as well as Water Watcher programs.

ATV Safety – Encouraging knowledge through providing safety education and injury prevention information as related to all-terrain vehicles (ATVs)

Need a new car seat?

We do our best for those who may have trouble getting a car seat. If you are in need of a discounted car seat, please note the following guidelines below:

  • Seats are only for the legal guardian of the child
  • Family must receive some form of government assistance
  • Child must be present or expectant mother within six weeks of delivery
  • Vehicle used most often to transport the child must be present at the time of distribution

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