AZ DPS

Crime Victims Services - Apache County Services

ADABI

Phone:  (928) 674-8314
Toll-free: 1-877-698-0899
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.


Childhelp Children's Center of Arizona
Mobile Advocacy Center of Northern Arizona

Phone:  1-800-232-1018 (Safe Child Center)
www.childhelp.org

The Childhelp Children’s Center of Arizona (CCCA), located in Phoenix, is the premier “one stop” advocacy center in the state that provides comprehensive, coordinated investigational resources, medical treatment, mental health therapy and victim support services to child victims of abuse. Operating under the auspices of the CCCA, the Mobile Advocacy Center of Northern Arizona was established in 2003 in partnership with the Safe Child Center at the Flagstaff Medical Center and local law enforcement. The mobile center, a specially outfitted motor home, serves victims and their families at multiple sites in Apache, Coconino and Navajo counties. The Mobile Unit provides professional services and state-of-the art telemedicine technology for the forensic interview and medical examination of abused/neglected children up to the age of 18 years old. The multidisciplinary team (MDT) takes “help” on the road in response to a disclosure of abuse. Additional services include crisis intervention to victims and non-offending family members, victim’s compensation assistance, educational literature on child abuse and substance abuse, and local resource referral information including counseling, legal aid, healthy parenting, substance abuse cessation, shelter services, orders of protection, and emergency assistance. Program goals include reducing victim trauma, providing crisis intervention for the victim and their family, and promoting a more successful conviction rate through community partnerships with CPS, the FBI, local law enforcement and the Bureau of Indian Affairs. Victims are directly scheduled through Safe Child Center by calling 1-800-232-1018 and are referred by Child Protective Services, the FBI, local Police Departments, or BIA.


DNA People's Legal Services

Flagstaff:  (928) 774-0653
Chinle:  (928) 674-5242
Window Rock: (928) 871-4151
Tuba City: (928) 283-5265
Keams Canyon: (928) 738-2251
Mexican Hat, UT (435) 739-4380 (this office serves UT and AZ residents)
www.nativelegalnet.org

DNA, an acronym for Diné Be’iiná Náhiilna Be Agha’diit’ahii, in Navajo means “attorneys who work for the revitalization of the people”. Annually DNA assists nearly 4,000 individuals by helping them secure and sustain basic needs - safe housing, protection from violence, employment, healthcare and public benefits. We provide free civil legal aid to qualifying residents in portions of Arizona, Utah and New Mexico, including the Navajo Nation, Coconino County, Arizona, and tribal members of the Kaibab Paiute, San Juan Southern Paiute, Hopi, Havasupai and Hualapai tribes.

DNA assists victims of domestic violence to understand and participate in the justice system, to stabilize their lives, secure economic support for themselves and their children and to escape further abuse. Victims can seek assistance at six Arizona offices, or be referred by other agencies, courts or law enforcement. Our services include: advice or brief service (such as help with petitions for Orders of Protection or other court documents, assistance seeking victim compensation, sending letters, placing phone calls); referrals to other agencies; safety planning; assistance during Protection Order proceedings or hearings for custody of abused children; and/or preparing their court pleadings, preparing victims for court hearings, and attending hearings with victims. We provide a broad range of services, but in some instances ethical constraints prevent DNA from providing services to victims, most often when there may be a professional conflict of interest.


Safe Child Center at Flagstaff Medical Center

Phone:  (928) 773-2053 (Monday-Friday 7:30am-4:30pm)
After hours: (928) 779-3366 and ask for shift coordinator
www.fmcsafechild.com

The Safe Child Center at Flagstaff Medical Center serves abused and traumatized children from birth through 18 years old and extends services to adult victims with developmental disabilities throughout Coconino, Navajo, and Apache counties, including Indian Nations with mobile unit service. We work in partnership with other agencies to achieve a coordinated, comprehensive evaluation of child victims.  Medical evaluations are conducted to assess the overall well-being of the child with an emphasis on signs and symptoms of abuse, including injury, infection, and recoverable evidence.  Digitally recorded interviews are in collaboration with investigative agencies to improve the quality and admissibility of evidence. Team members participate in case review, investigative protocol training, victim rights and compensation assistance, referrals for counseling and other services, trauma assessments and counseling, and are available for court testimony.  Safe Child responds with child-friendly, developmentally appropriate and culturally sensitive approaches to reassure children about their health and facilitate healing.  We encourage family members to share concerns and ask questions about their child's well being, how to better support their child, and work with the judicial system.  Safe Child Center accepts referrals for suspected child abuse, suspected abuse of developmentally delayed adults, and child witnesses to crime or violence from regional law enforcement, child protection, and the judicial system. 


Tohdenasshai Shelter Home

Phone: (928) 697-8591
Toll-free Crisis Line: 1-877-697-8591

Tohdenasshai Shelter Home is located in Kayenta, Arizona on the Navajo Nation. Tohdenasshai Shelter Home has been in operation since 1982.  The shelter provides 24-hour shelter assistance to families experiencing domestic violence. We primarily serve Navajo, Coconino and Apache County. Families who access our services will have advocates assist in addressing their basic needs and provide education and support.  Staff also provide community education, court support and goal planning.  We also provide outreach services to the Kayenta community and surrounding communities.


White Mountain Safe House

Phone: (928) 367-6017
Toll-free: 1-800-224-1315

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:

  1. A 28 bed facility providing emergency shelter for women and their children for up to 120 days.
  2. Victim Support, Advocacy, Social Work, and Case Management including Individual and Group Sessions for Shelter residents (women and children) and Non-residents.
  3. 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.
  4. Community Education and Referral Services.