Crime Victims Services - Other Victim Service Agencies
Arizona Voice for Crime Victims
Phone: (480) 600-2661
Phone: (480) 965-5640
Arizona Voice for Crime Victims (ACVC) was established in 1996. AVCV collaborated with ASU College of Law to form the Crime Victims' Legal Assistance Project. The Crime Victims' Legal Assistance project utilizes pro bono lawyers and law students to provide legal advocacy and social services to crime victims. Social workers and student interns provide necessary social service support and advocacy throughout the criminal justice process. AVCV volunteers teach law students and lawyers about victim rights. AVCV's goal is to advocate on behalf of crime victims and to increase the Nation’s and State’s awareness of victims’ rights. AVCV also provides social service support and crisis intervention to victims of crime.
AVCV services are available to all crime victims in the state of Arizona. AVCV also provides victims rights training to lawyers, victim advocates, students, the judiciary, law enforcement, and business and community leaders throughout the state of Arizona.
To achieve this purpose, AVCV has four major areas of activities:
- Free legal representation in the criminal justice system for crime victims.
- Crisis intervention and social service support for victims throughout the justice process.
- Educational programs that focus on victims’ rights and advocacy.
- Collaborative community programs that integrate other victim services organizations throughout Arizona.
The office is located at ASU College of Law in Tempe, and is staffed during business hours Monday through Friday, 9am to 4pm. The phone number is (480) 965-5640 and the Arizona Voice for Crime Victim number is (480)600-2661. Voice mail is available, and is checked regularly. The office is closed on all major holidays. We can also be reached via email, email@example.com.
HomeBase Youth Services
Phone: (602) 254-7777
HomeBase Youth Services was founded in 1991 to address the needs of homeless youth ages 18-21, who are living on the streets of Arizona. The majority of youth served in our programs have been victims of child abuse, molestation in childhood, domestic violence, physical assault, and child sexual abuse. HomeBase Youth Services maintains three facilities in which programs are administered in the Phoenix metropolitan area: the Outreach Center, the Nicholas Transitional Living Center, and the Independent Living Center. HomeBase offers a complete continuum of care for at-risk and homeless youth. Programs include Prevention, Street Outreach, Mobile Medical Outreach, an Outreach Center, a Transitional Living Program, an Independent Living Program, Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services, Life and Employment Skills Training, Education Services and Workforce Initiative. Within these programs, HomeBase Youth Services offers crisis counseling, follow-up contact, group treatment and support, transitional housing, information, referral, and connection, criminal justice support, emergency financial assistance, food, clothing, and bus tickets, assistance in filing compensation claims, personal advocacy, substance abuse counseling, and street outreach. HomeBase Youth Services' comprehensive programs address the interrelated problems of homelessness, drug addiction, mental illness and crime victimization in an environment in which youth feel safe and are willing to accept help. While most clients come primarily from Maricopa County, some come from out of state. Clients can reach HomeBase by calling the Outreach Center at (602) 254-7777.
Trauma Intervention Programs of Arizona
Phone: (928) 445-4655
Phone: (928) 300-8497
The Trauma Intervention Programs of Arizona, Inc (TIP) has been serving Yavapai County since 2000. The program is a group of volunteers who are requested by hospital, police and fire personnel to provide emotional and practical support to victims, survivors, and witnesses of a tragic event including child abuse, DUI auto accident, homicide, arson, physical and sexual assault, domestic violence, and other tragedies. Our volunteers are available 24/7/365 and arrive on scene within 30 minutes of the request for service. TIP is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization, and assists over 1500 community members and 3000 emergency workers every year. TIP currently serves Chino Valley, Paulden, Prescott, Prescott Valley, Dewey-Humboldt, Mayer, Cottonwood, Camp Verde, Clarkdale, Montezuma-Rimrock, Verde Valley, Sedona, and surrounding communities.