Child Advocates of Northeast Oklahoma (CANO) is excited to announce the opening of our new office at 658 S. Lynn Riggs Blvd. in Claremore. As a growing organization, we needed to find a location to better serve our cause. Our new office will provide a space for all of our Claremore staff to be in one location, allowing our work to be more streamlined and efficient.

Child Advocates has benefited greatly from the years spent in the Rogers County Courthouse and is grateful for the time there. Having the opportunity to office in the courthouse has allowed the organization to grow and spread throughout Northeast Oklahoma.

Child Advocates looks forward to this move being yet another opportunity to serve more abused and neglected children than ever before. CANO’s goal is to be the voice of every abused and neglected child in Rogers, Mayes, Craig, Ottawa, and Delaware Counties. This new location is a major step in that direction.

Over the next few weeks, the employees of CANO will be working tirelessly to get settled in the new office in order to get back to the more important work of serving the children. By the first of next year, the office will be up and running at full capacity, ready to serve any child in need.

Child Advocates of Northeast Oklahoma/CASA

Child Advocates of Northeastern Oklahoma is a CASA agency that recruits, trains, and supports community volunteers to be the “voice” for abused and neglected children in the judicial system.

With offices in Claremore and Miami, the organization supports CASA volunteers in five counties in northeastern Oklahoma – Rogers, Mayes, Craig, Ottawa, and Delaware Counties. The agency also serves the courts of the Quapaw Tribe of Oklahoma.

Child Advocates of Northeastern Oklahoma is a member agency of the United Way of Rogers and Mayes Counties and the Ottawa County United Way.

People interested in learning more about CASA can find information about on the agency’s website: To support the work of our CASA volunteers, go to and click on the “donate” button.