Crime Victims Services - Yavapai County Services

Kingman Aid to Abused People

24-hour Crisis Line: (928) 753-4242
Shelter: (928) 753-7721
Administrative Office: (928) 753-6222

Kingman Aid to Abused People, Inc. (KAAP) is a nonprofit community domestic violence shelter which has operated in Kingman, Arizona since 1985. KAAP’s service area covers a harsh region of northwestern Arizona, which includes 12,500 square miles of isolated small towns and a sparse rural population and covers parts of two counties (Mohave County and the far western section of Yavapai County), and the Hualapai and Havasupai Indian Reservations. We serve a diverse population of domestic violence victims and their minor children from and throughout this isolated region.
Since its inception, KAAP’s services for victims of domestic violence have become multi-faceted and grown to include: a 30 bed licensed emergency shelter, a 24-hour crisis hotline, a residential program, crisis counseling, legal advocacy, community support group, case management, an extensive children’s program and community victim advocacy outreach office.

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.

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
Toll-free: 1-800-930-SAFE

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.

Yavapai County Attorney Victim Services Division

Prescott Phone: (928) 771-3485
Camp Verde Phone: (928) 567-7757

The Yavapai County Attorney Victim Services Division, established in July 1990, serves crime victims in Yavapai County. Services are available in Prescott and the Verde Valley and include: short-term counseling, crisis intervention, referrals to local social service agencies and shelters, court-related services and educating crime victims on their statutory rights in the criminal justice system. The program currently has 13 full-time staff members and 5 trained interns/volunteers who provide direct services to victims of crime. Victim Advocates are available to assist all victims of crime and have expertise in working with victims of violent crime such as: Child Abuse (Physical and Sexual Abuse), Sexual Assault, Domestic Violence, Homicide, DUI, and Assaults. Prescott office: 255 East Gurley Street, First Floor Prescott, Arizona 86301.  Camp Verde office: 3505 W. Highway 260, Suite B52 Camp Verde, Arizona 86322.

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.