OKMULGEE, Okla. – It took six years of research, dedication and hard work to complete her first book. Kaylee Morrison, a Mvskoke (Creek) citizen of Broken Arrow started writing a book as a way to learn more about her heritage.
Before the MCN SANE Program was established in 2016, MCN Family Violence Prevention Program and the MCN Department of Health joined efforts to identify and resolve gaps in services within the MCN boundaries. One of the challenges they recognized was the lack of victims’ resources available to sexual assault survivors in rural communities; including access to sexual assault exams. In turn, victims would have to travel to Tulsa for a SANE exam.