Crime Victims Services - Sexual Assault / Abuse
Phone: (928) 674-8314
After hours, weekends, and holidays: (928) 674-7091.
ADABI is a private, non-profit, community-based domestic violence and sexual assault program offering 24 hour, 7 days a week crisis intervention through direct contact or telephone. This includes addressing victims immediate needs for shelter and safety by providing emergency financial assistance, safety planning, transportation to shelters or safe homes, and legal and personal advocacy and traditional healing services. ADABI offers other services such as support groups, outreach programs, community and prevention education, continuous case work, follow up services, referrals, information, and network connections to other appropriate services for victims and their children. After hours (5:01pm – 7:59am) and on weekends and holidays, services can be accessed through the Chinle Indian Health Service Emergency Room either in person or by calling them directly at 928-674-7091.
Administration of Resources and Choices
Crisis Line: (520) 566-1919
Non-emergency Line: (520) 623-3341
Administration of Resources and Choices (ARC), a nonprofit incorporated in Arizona, has provided statewide services for seniors since 1996. Late-Life Victim Services are offered to all persons 55+ who reside in Pima County through our 24/7 crisis line, 520-566-1919, and non-emergency number 520-623-3341. Late-Life Victim Services include domestic violence, elder abuse, sexual assault, stalking, dating violence, adults molested as children and economic exploitation and fraud to both female and male victims. ARC specializes in overcoming barriers and serving underserved populations: disability, special needs, rural areas, both genders, etc. All staff has master’s level degrees and provide services to ensure that older adults needs for healing, safety, justice and economic stabilization are fully addressed. Services include, but are not limited to: 24/7 hotline response; emergency shelter at the appropriate level of care (safe house, directed care, hands-on care, dementia care), safety planning, orders of protection, advocacy, victim compensation, individual and group support, justice system support, case management, emergency medication, hygiene items, clothing, information and referral, medical, legal, assistance with permanent senior housing and follow-up services. If a senior is transported into Pima County via emergency responder from other counties and/or tribal areas, all services are provided as if the older adult was a resident of Pima County. ARC, also, specializes in community education for law enforcement, health care professionals, faith communities, incarcerated women, businesses, training centers, refugees, immigrants, nongovernmental and governmental agencies and neighborhoods increasing knowledge regarding the identification, safety, support, understanding, reporting, needs and resources for victims of crime.
24-hour Hotline: (928) 373-0849
Amberly’s Place is a non-profit victims center providing a full range of bilingual services to victims of domestic violence, elder abuse, adult sexual assault, & child physical/sexual abuse. Our service area includes all of Yuma County & areas bordering part of Imperial County, CA. Highly-qualified, bilingual crisis advocates support victims through the initial trauma of reporting the crime, responding 24/7, on-scene or at the safe, efficient, victim-friendly center. The center is decorated in warm, tranquil colors and furniture, a large children’s playroom is available as well as two private forensic interview rooms & a modern forensic medical exam room & equipment. Offices are provided for area law enforcement & child protective services. Amberly’s houses 5 on-call (SANE) medical staff and 3 full-time victim advocates who tailor services to meet the needs of each victim. Services include on-scene & hotline crisis counseling, criminal justice support/advocacy, follow-up contact, information & referral, assistance in filing compensation claims, emergency legal and personal advocacy, & referral for therapy. A training program for volunteers, assist advocates with 24/7 coverage. Advocates take part in daily city court calls to offer help to victims who have not received crisis services during the initial report. Victims may access the center through self-referral via website or telephone (see above), referral from law enforcement or another agency.
A New Leaf
Phone: (480) 969-4024
CONTACS: 1-800-799-7739 (Shelter placement assistance)
A New Leaf’s victim services programs offer the following domestic violence and sexual assault advocacy programs to the community: a twenty-two bed domestic violence shelter in Mesa; an eighty bed crisis and transitional domestic violence shelter in Glendale;
Domestic violence support programs including:
- The Domestic Violence Safe Temporary Overflow Program (DV STOP)
- Counseling for victims of sexual assault at Family Advocacy Centers located in Phoenix, Mesa and Glendale.
- Court Advocacy to assist victims of domestic violence with orders of protection, court accompaniment and referral assistance.
The shelter programs are also able to accommodate victims throughout Arizona as well as other states for victims who need to relocate.
Colorado River Regional Crisis Shelter
Crisis Line: 1-888-499-0911
Local Crisis Line: (928) 669-0107
Business phone: (928) 669-8527
Colorado River Regional Crisis Shelter opened its shelter on July 4, 1997 & since that time has worked to develop comprehensive services to meet the needs of victims of domestic violence and sexual assault crimes. Most of our clients are residents of La Paz County, but others come from adjoining counties of Western Arizona. CRRCS operates a non-profit, 23-bed crisis shelter and a 24-hour hotline. Our services include: residential services, crisis counseling, safety planning, DV/SA education, support groups, personal/criminal justice advocacy, childcare, and transportation. We offer links to housing, legal services, financial assistance, GED/job-readiness/vocational training, and referrals to mental health therapy including substance abuse services. Our Transitional Housing program consists of a 4-unit complex opened in 2003, and we also offer non-residential services such as monthly DV/SA education/awareness training for rural communities, confidential one-on-one advocacy, weekly group sessions for survivors, and community-based crisis intervention. We offer culturally sensitive services with bilingual staff & materials, and accommodate and encourage the cultural, social, and spiritual support systems victims use as part of each person’s unique healing process.
The D.O.V.E. Center
Hotline: (435) 628-0458
Phone: (435) 628-1204
The D.O.V.E Center provides services to all victims of domestic violence and sexual assault/rape regardless of economic status, culture, race, religion, or ethnicity. The Dove Center's victim service program provides crisis intervention and services to residents living along the Arizona Strip/Mohave County. This includes Colorado City, Centenial Park, Littlefield, and Beaver Dam. Services offered: safe shelter, 24-hour hotline and mobile crisis response team, individual crisis counseling and case management for domestic violence/rape, domestic violence support groups, parenting intervention program, court advocacy/victim compensation assistance and community education and outreach. Victims can contact the Dove Center through law enforcement or the numbers listed above.
EMPACT - SPC
Hotline: (480) 736-4949
Hotline: 1-800-656-HOPE (Toll-free)
EMPACT-SPC, a partner agency with La Frontera, Inc., was founded in 1987 to provide community-based suicide prevention, family systems-based crisis intervention, and counseling services. The agency believes in the intrinsic value and goodness of the individual, family, and the community. We affirm the power of healthy families and communities as the foundation of positive change. Behavioral health and wellness are a function of healthy relationships in families and communities. Through VOCA funding, EMPACT-SPC began the Sexual Assault Program in 2002 in response to a community need, expanding the agency’s scope of practice to include targeted services for victims of sexual assault and child sexual abuse; in the fall of 2006 our department name was changed to Trauma Healing Services, thereby more accurately describing the services we provide within the larger agency. In accordance with this name change, in FY 2008 we created services available to victims of domestic violence and hate crimes in addition to sexual assault. We provide a comprehensive array of integrated services to victims of sexual or domestic violence and their loved ones, including 24/7 face-to-face crisis counseling and follow-up through mobile crisis teams, as well as crisis hotline counseling and information-referral through our 24/7 Sexual Assault Hotline. In addition, licensed therapists provide individual and group therapy and trained case managers/advocates provide personal advocacy. We also collaborate with community agencies and provide community outreach and training services. All services are free of charge and available in-office in Tempe or Glendale, and in-home throughout Maricopa County.
Glendale Police Department Victim Assistance
West Valley Advocacy Center (WVAC)
Glendale’s Victim Assistance program, founded in 1975, serves individuals who are victims of crimes occurring in the City of Glendale as well as Glendale residents who are victims of crimes occurring in other locations. The Victim Services program in Glendale provides crisis response to police emergencies 365 days per year, court support on misdemeanor arrest cases, outreach to victims of domestic violence, sexual abuse, armed robbery, homicide, aggravated assault, and support/information to victims of all types of crimes. Glendale's Victim Assistance program supports the West Valley Advocacy Center, a “one-stop” facility designed to provide coordinated and comprehensive services to crime victims in a safe and comfortable setting. Through a partnership with other criminal justice, social service, and mental health agencies, the WVAC provides services to victims and law enforcement agencies throughout the West Valley. The services of the West Valley Advocacy Center are focused specifically on sexual abuse, domestic violence, and crimes against children. A New Leaf provides therapeutic services, including child and adult therapy, as well as empowerment groups for teen girls and women, at the West Valley Advocacy Center. The West Valley Advocacy Center is located at 6829 N 57th Avenue, Glendale, Arizona.
H.A.V.E.N. Family Resource Center
Phone: (928) 505-3153
Located in Lake Havasu City, Haven Family Resource Center is a non-profit family advocacy center that provides services to victims and family members of child abuse, sexual assault, domestic violence, elder abuse, suicide, and homicide in collaboration with local law enforcement agencies, Child Protective Services, and other local social service agencies. Victim services include confidential medical exams, forensic interviews, personal advocacy, legal advocacy, crisis counseling, and support groups.
HAVEN offers a child friendly atmosphere with a playroom, private medical exam room and comfortable interview rooms. Emergency needs such as personal hygiene items, clothing, and food are provided.
24-hour Crisis Line: 1-800-347-7135 or (928) 855-8877
Office Phone: (928) 453-5800
Interagency Council began in 1983 as a network for all volunteer social services in the Lake Havasu City area. It has since grown into an agency with 36 staff that provides a variety of services through 26 different programs to individuals in Mohave County and on a limited basis in La Paz County. Interagency Council’s victim service program was established in 1986. We provide services to (1) adult victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, assault, child molestation, and elder abuse; and (2) child victims of physical abuse, sexual abuse, and domestic violence. Services offered that are directly related to victims include: crisis hotline, response and intervention (24 hours a day/7 days a week); individual and group counseling and support work by certified counselors; lay legal and court advocacy and referrals to free legal services; victim compensation assistance; emergency shelter beds for women and children; long-term transitional housing; and personal advocacy. Other Interagency Council services offered to victims include: financial assistance for rent, mortgages, utilities, and deposits; transportation assistance; community food bank; parenting classes; financial fitness classes; individual and group counseling for substance abuse issues and a relapse prevention program; Healthy Families Arizona; respite care for elderly victims with dementia; Big Brothers Big Sisters; Holiday Adopt a Family; and referral information to other agencies’ services. Victims can contact Interagency Council 24 hours a day through the Crisis Line (1-800-347-7135 or 928-855-8877), or through the Police Department, Sheriff's Department, Bureau of Land Management Law Enforcement, or the State Parks Law Enforcement. The office, located at 1940 Mesquite Avenue, Lake Havasu City, AZ 86403, is open 8am to 5pm Monday through Friday.
Jewish Family and Children’s Services - Project Safe Place
Phone: (520) 886-5111, ext. 426
Project Safe Place (PSP) is a gender-specific, community-based program for girls and young women, ages 8-18, who have been sexually, physically and/or emotionally abused, and their families. Recognizing sexual and physical violence as a critical problem in the Pima County community, Project Safe Place empowers young women who are victims of violence to choose healthier coping behaviors before they too become an adult statistic. Through intensive individual and peer counseling, parent education, and mentoring, the girls and their families learn how their traumatic experiences affect their emotional, behavioral and family functioning and develop positive, healthy ways to manage their feelings and behaviors.
Project Safe Place has provided intensive individual, group & family counseling & case management services, parent education & family mentoring to girls ages 8 - 18 with histories of sexual &/or physical abuse, & their families since October 1996. Program services are available to residents of Pima County regardless of race, religion, sexual orientation or gender identity. Project Safe Place services are designed to facilitate healing & recovery from crime victimization by providing psychoeducation; skill development; structured activities; ongoing stable & consistent support; teaching coping skills including resiliency, enhancing self-sufficiency and promoting individual success. Project Safe Place is the only program in Pima County which provides comprehensive, gender-specific programming for this extremely vulnerable, at-risk population. Program services are easily accessible to all persons. JFCS is open Monday-Thursday until 8 pm and Friday until 5:00pm in order to facilitate access to services. Referrals may come from a variety of sources or clients may self-refer.
Las Familias was founded by a community collaboration in 1983 specifically to address the needs of individuals in Pima County victimized by childhood sexual abuse. The agency merged with Arizona's Children Association in 2004. Las Familias is an outpatient clinic licensed by the State of Arizona and nationally accredited by the Council on Accreditation(COA).
Those eligible for victim services include: child and adolescent victims of sexual abuse, children and adolescents who act out sexually or are suspected of having been sexually abused, non-offending parents, siblings of victims of sexual abuse, extended family members, adults molested as children, spouses and significant others of adults molested as children.
Healing services include: information and referral; crisis support; crime victims' assistance; psycho-social education; individual, family, group and play therapy; case management; and follow up. Victims' services are structured around three programs¡ Extended Crisis Services, Children's Treatment, and the Adults Molested As Children Program.
Adult victims can contact Las Familias directly by calling the Intake Coordinator during regular business hours at (520) 327-7122 x1221. Las Familias is located in Central Tucson at 3618 E. Pima St. The Intake Coordinator answers questions, offers immediate assistance, and either refers the client to a more appropriate agency or sets up an intake appointment. Those calling on behalf of child victims are referred to Child Protective Services and the appropriate law enforcement jurisdiction for completion of the investigation. The investigative entity, Advocacy Center, or other mental health providers refer child victims.
Mt. Graham Safe House
24-hour Crisis Hotline: (928) 348-9104
Mt. Graham's Safe House (MGSH) was established in December 1995 and has become a rural regional program. The service area contains Graham and Greenlee Counties and the San Carlos Apache Reservation. MGSH is the only 24-hour secured facility within a 100+ miles radius. MGSH employs 3 bilingual personnel to assist with any Spanish, Apache speaking persons with one staff as member of the San Carlos Apache Tribe located at a satellite office in San Carlos. MGSH provides emergency shelter, transitional housing, advocacy, food, clothing, lay legal assistance, transportation, and other services as needed to victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, and stalking.
Northland Family Help Center
24-hour Crisis Line: (928) 527-1900
24-hour toll-free Crisis Line: 1-877-634-2723
Phone: (928) 527-1900
Administration: (928) 774-4503
Northland Family Help Center provides: A 24-hour crisis line, domestic violence shelter for women and their children, short-term shelter for children, professional counseling for victims of crime, legal advocacy for those dealing with domestic violence, and community education for sexual violence prevention. Most of our service consumers reside in Coconino County and the greater Northern Arizona region, including on Native American tribal lands. We focus our services on victims/survivors of domestic and sexual abuse, adults and children, female and male.
Page Regional Domestic Violence Services
Phone: (928) 645-5300
Page Regional Domestic Violence Services extend in an 80-mile radius of Page that includes the northern Navajo Nation: LeChee, Kaibito, Shonto, Inscription House, Coppermine, Gap, Bitter Springs, Cedar Ridge, in Page, Glen Canyon National Recreation Area in Arizona, and Big Water and Church Wells in southern Utah. PRDVS is the only domestic violence/sexual assault program in this region.
Another Way Victim Service Program provides to victims of domestic violence and sexual assault: 39 emergency shelter beds, crisis counseling, case management, group process, advocacy, criminal justice support, emergency legal advocacy, assistance filling out compensation claims, and information, twenty-four hour emergency response team, referral, and connection to community services. The agency has a job-training program and 2 child advocates to provide enrichment activities for children in the shelter.
Page Regional Domestic Violence Services provides crisis response 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, either through the Emergency Mobile Response Team (EMRT) that can be reached by calling Page or Tuba City police dispatch, or a crisis advocate that can be reached at 928-645-5300. Email is email@example.com
Southern Arizona Center Against Sexual Assault
Phone: (520) 327-7273
24-hour Crisis Line: (520) 327-7273 or 1-800-400-1001
The Mental Health Services Program has been licensed by Arizona Department of Health Services since 1999 and offers intensive outpatient psychotherapy to crime victims in order to reduce the trauma of sexual assault. Trauma is an overwhelming emotional experience of shock, horror, and helplessness. It can create substantial and lasting damage to a person’s psychological and relational potential. Trauma affects the architecture of the brain. Cognitive, emotional, physical, behavioral, interpersonal, and spiritual dimensions can be shattered for the rest of a person’s life.
Staff therapists are all licensed by Arizona Board of Behavioral Health Examiners and provide individual, couple, family, and group therapy related to all mental health issues resulting from sexual trauma.
Psychotherapy is designed to help survivors and secondary survivors increase their coping skills; improve social, emotional, and behavioral dysfunction; improve the quality of their relationships; and increase their capacity to build a support system. The client and therapist in collaboration create a Treatment Plan with measurable goals and objectives. All therapy goals and objectives are targeted toward helping people function optimally at home, at work, in school, in their families and other relationships, and as productive members of our community. As a result of VOCA funding, four staff therapists are also able to offer all clients Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) as an aid to their therapy.
The Su Voz Vale – Your Voice Counts Program
Southern Arizona Center Against Sexual Assault
Phone: (520) 434-0195
24-hour Crisis Line: (520) 327-7273 or 1-800-400-1001
The Su Voz Vale - Your Voice Counts Program of the Southern Arizona Center Against Sexual Assault is the only bilingual and bicultural program of its kind providing comprehensive, free sexual violence services to underserved Latino/Hispanic communities in south, southwest and west Tucson and Pima County. The client population is anyone from the service area who has a history of sexual assault or sexual abuse. Most program participants are low income and primarily women, single heads of households and their families. Most are limited English or monolingual Spanish-speaking immigrants. Clients range in age from 12-85 years.
The services of the program include immediate telephone and/or walk-in crisis intervention, connection and referral, follow-up, ongoing, complex personal advocacy, individual, couple, when appropriate, family and group therapy, a non-therapeutic support group, long-term transitional housing, and community education and outreach. All services are available in English and Spanish.
Southern Arizona Center Against Sexual Assault - Crisis Services
Phone: (520) 327-7273
24-hour Crisis Line: (520) 327-7273 or 1-800-400-1001
TTY: (520) 327-1721 or (520) 235-3358
Since 1974, The Southern Arizona Center Against Sexual Assault’s Crisis Services program has offered a crisis hotline to victims of sexual violence and their loved ones. “No-appointment” walk-in services to primary and secondary victims are available during regular business hours. Follow-up phone services are offered to all clients, including 30-45 day evidence notification for victims who received a medical-forensic exam, but did not report to law enforcement (in these cases, the County Attorney may decide to destroy the kit per Pima County protocol). In 1995, the Center spear headed the Sexual Assault Resource Service (SARS), a coordinated community response with law enforcement, emergency departments, prosecutors, crime labs, and other service providers. SARS provides a unique approach to victims of sexual violence in Arizona, by coupling a specially-trained SARS Advocate with a specially-trained Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner (SANE) who provides a medical-forensic exam. Populations served include men, women and children who are recent survivors, adults who were molested as children, domestic violence,and stalking survivors. Victims include all ethnic, racial, gender, income and disability backgrounds. The Center provides services to residents of Southern Arizona. The Center also provides crisis services which include a 24 hour/7 day a week crisis hotline, crisis intervention, walk-in, follow-up, advocacy, and hospital-based (SARS) services.
Valley Youth Organization – Stepping Stones Domestic Violence Shelter
24-hour Advocacy Lines: (928) 445-4673
Business Office: (928) 772-4184
Strategically trained specialists/advocates are available to respond 24/7 to women and children who are victims of sexual assault, domestic violence, child abuse & other forms of victimization in West Yavapai County. We provide 24/7 emergency safe shelter, advocacy, crisis intervention, triage & stabilization, follow-up, personal advocacy, emergency financial assistance & safety planning. Victims usually contact us by referral from Child Protective Services, our 5 law enforcement entities & Yavapai County Attorney Victim Witness office. Secondarily, they are referred by local social service agencies or self-referred. Victims may visit our website listed above to find potential danger assessments & information to help them make decisions. We do significant community outreach, education & coordination to try to improve service delivery to victims of crime.
Verde Valley Sanctuary
Phone: (928) 634-2511
The Verde Valley Sanctuary (VVS) serves victims of domestic violence and sexual assault in the towns and rural areas of the Verde Valley of north-central Arizona, including the Yavapai-Apache Reservation. Our rural service area encompasses roughly 3,500 square miles and a total population of approximately 47,000. VVS provides emergency shelter, crisis intervention, a 24-hour hotline, counseling, child care and child therapy, legal advocacy, Hispanic outreach and translation, and youth prevention programming to women and families who have experienced domestic violence.
White Mountain Safe House
Phone: (928) 367-6017
White Mountain SAFE House (WMSH) is a private, non-profit organization which provides shelter and support services for women and children who are victims of domestic violence and/or sexual assault. Regions served: Navajo and Apache counties as well as the Navajo Nation, White Mountain Apache and San Carlos Tribes. Within this area WMSH is the only full service residential Domestic Violence shelter program.
The victim population served in each category include:
- Domestic Violence
- Sexual Assualt
- Elder Abuse
- Child Abuse (sexual, physical, past and present)
- Dating Violence and Stalking
The comprehensive services of White Mountain Safe House include:
- A 28 bed facility providing emergency shelter for women and their children for up to 120 days.
- Victim Support, Advocacy, Social Work, and Case Management including Individual and Group Sessions for Shelter residents (women and children) and Non-residents.
- Crisis Intervention with a 24 Hour Crisis Hot Line manned with trained advocates; trained on-call staff and volunteers to respond in person to hospitals, law enforcement and community agencies to provide face-to-face crisis intervention services to victims.
- Community Education and Referral Services.
Yavapai Family Advocacy Center
Phone: (928) 775-0669
The Yavapai Family Advocacy Center provides a coordinated delivery of multi-agency response to victims and serves all of Yavapai County, including the Yavapai Prescott Indian Tribe and the Yavapai-Apache Nation. Victims of child/adult abuse/neglect, sexual assault and domestic violence are referred by law enforcement, Child Protective Services or the County Attorney. Services available to victims include: forensic medical examinations, forensic interviewing, court advocacy, victim compensation assistance, legal advocacy (assistance with Orders of Protection, and civil legal referral), crisis counseling, social advocacy (food, shelter, clothing etc.) and Child Protective Services resource coordination. The Yavapai Family Advocacy Center is an accredited member of the National Children's Alliance and a member of the Arizona Child and Family Advocacy Network.