AZ DPS

Crime Victims Services - Survivors of Homicide Victims


Shelters, Safehomes, Services

Homicide Survivors

Phone:  (520) 740-5729
www.azhomicidesurvivors.org

Homicide Survivors, Inc. has served victims in Tucson and Southern Arizona since 1982. This program offers services at no charge to all survivors of homicide victims. Homicide Survivors facilitates comprehensive services for survivors of homicide victims. Staff and volunteers provide crisis and long term support, assistance, information and advocacy. Services include: Victim Compensation and emergency financial assistance, victim rights advocacy, criminal justice system advocacy and support, media liaison, phone support,  monthly survivor meetings, quarterly newsletter, web site, victim rights and homicide grief information. This program sponsors an annual Victim Rights Week Candle Light Vigils and other community outreach events. Homicide Survivors provides a link for community members and businesses to offer a helping hand to victims. Through donations of funds and/or services, individuals, community groups, and businesses can help reduce the financial hardships. Homicide Survivors coordinates a variety of volunteer opportunities for community members wishing to help families of murder victims. We can’t change the tragic loss, but together, we can ease the pain and prevent further trauma. Homicide Survivors, Inc. 32 N. Stone Suite 1408 Tucson, AZ 85701.


Parents of Murdered Children

Phone:  (602) 254-8818 (voicemail - please leave message)
beckierose@aol.com
www.pomc.com/phoenix/index.html

Parents of Murdered Children (POMC) provides emotional support for the aftermath of murder for the family and friends of a homicide victim and education to assist them through both traumatic grief and the confusing maze of the criminal justice system.  We currently serve victims in Maricopa and Pinal County (Apache Junction).  POMC provides a monthly newsletter, two monthly support meetings and a monthly speaker/information meeting. We provide two annual grief retreats, victims' rights vigil, holiday memorial, speaker impact panels, phone friends, crisis intervention and referrals.