Ama Doo Alchini Bighan, Inc. (Intervention for Domestic Violence Victims)
(928) 674-8314; after 5pm, call Chinle Hospital ER at (928) 674-7090 and ask for ADABI on-call person
(877) 698-0899 (toll-free)
Ama Doo Alchini Bighan, Inc. (ADABI) is a non-profit, community-based program offering 24-hour crisis counseling and advocacy to victims and families of domestic violence on the Navajo Nation. Emergency food and clothing, support groups, safety planning, traditional and spiritual guidance, assistance with police and courts, transportation, referral to community services, lay-legal advocacy including protection orders and court support. Domestic violence shelter for women, children, and men.
Forgach House Domestic Crisis Shelter
Provides a 24-hour hotline, shelter, support group, food, counseling and case management services to victims of domestic violence.
House of Hope (Crisis Intervention)
24/7 domestic abuse and sexual assault hotline and shelter
Another Way- Page Task Force Against Domestic Violence
24 hour emergency response team, emergency shelter, crisis counseling, group process, advocacy, case management, criminal justice support and emergency legal advocacy,
Support services for women in transition; abuse crisis counseling
Northland Family Help Center
(928) 527-1900 or 1-877-634-2723
928-527-1800 (youth shelter)
Women's shelter, youth shelter, crisis intervention, counseling, legal advocacy, referrals. Website resources including safety planning tips, information on orders of protection, information about abusive relationships.
Time Out Shelter
Time Out, Inc. P.O. Box 306
Payson, AZ 85547
Bilingual crisis line, V/TTY always available for people with speech and learning disabilities; emergency shelter for women and children with basic essentials and supportive services; transitional housing; help locating affordable housing; case management; economic independence support; individual and family therapy; groups and other resources for children. Legal advocacy, including assistance with protection orders, court accompaniment, translation services, transportation to court, assistance obtaining reports, records, and bills.
New Life Center, Inc.
Shelter; bilingual staff (Spanish/English); food, clothing, bedding; individual and group support; 120 day program for families
Mt. Graham Safe House, Inc
Emergency housing/safe house; crisis intervention, assessment, advocacy and referral; transitional housing; clothing, food, school supplies, furniture; local transport; group support; job skills classes; children's domestic violent program for residents and non-residents.
Online chat option available through website.
Southeastern AZ Behavioral Health Services
Individual counseling, family counseling, group counseling, anger management, medication management and other behavioral health services based on individual needs following a domestic violence situation.
Kingman Aid To Abused People (KAAP)
PO Box 1046
1770 Airway Ave
Kingman, AZ 86401
Provides support to families in crisis. Services include a 24-hour hotline, emergency shelter, a residential program, crisis counseling, advocacy, a children's program, a pet friendly facility and accessible services for people living with disabilities.
Colorado River Regional Crisis Shelter
1301 Joshua Ave Suite C (administrative office)
Parker, AZ 85344
24 hour crisis hotline; shelter (for all of La Paz County); support, assistance, advocacy, counseling; emergency food, clothing, personal needs
2-1-1 Arizona: Community Information & Referral
2200 N Central Ave Ste 601
Phoenix, AZ 85004
Provides referral information to residents of ten Arizona counties, including Apache, Cochise, Coconino, Gila, Graham, Greenlee, La Paz, Maricopa, Mohave, Navajo, Pima, Pinal, Santa Cruz, Yavapai, Yuma
A New Leaf: Autumn House Domestic Violence Shelter (East Valley)
Provides referrals to court-related advocacy for non-shelter residents who have experienced domestic violence or sexual assault, including navigation through the protective order process, court accompaniment, resources and referrals, and safety planning.
For shelter residents, resources include: safe housing for up to 120 days, meals, basic needs; case management, financial coaching, workforce development; childcare; counseling for life skills, educational classes.
For placement at one of the A New Life shelters, call the centralized screening hotline at 480-890-3039 or 1-844-SAFEDVS.
A New Leaf: Faith House Domestic Violence Shelter and Transitional Home (West Valley)
Provides referrals to court-related advocacy for non-shelter residents who have experienced domestic violence or sexual assault, including navigation through the protective order process, court accompaniment, safety planning, and other resources.
Transitional program for people with children and income; must first successfully complete 30 day program in Autumn House or another domestic violence program. Resources for residents include: safe housing for up to one year; meals, other basic needs; case management, financial coaching, workforce development; childcare; counseling for life skills, educational classes; referrals to independent housing programs; housing educational specialist; civil standby.
For placement at one of the A New Leaf shelters, call the centralized screening hotline at 480-890-3039 or 1-844-SAFEDVS.
Chicanos Por La Causa, Inc. Domestic Violence Prevention
24/7 bilingual (Spanish/English) hotline, emergency information and referral; crisis program (safe house for women and children, with bilingual, bicultural environment); transitional program; ahijado program (counseling and positive interaction for children who have been victims of domestic violence); comadres program (aftercare service for families)
Residential crisis shelter with up to 120 day stay, individual and group counseling, case management, assistance with job development, housing and financial referrals, medical services, parenting information, counseling for children ages 3-17; transitional services including regular counseling, case management, group counseling, and 3-24 month apartment living for men, women, and children following 30-day domestic violence program (must be employed or enrolled in educational/vocational program); outpatient counseling for adults and children ages 3-17; resources specific to Jewish families experiencing domestic violence; court victim advocate program; lay legal advocacy
Community Alliance Against Family Abuse
185 N Apache Trail, Suite 1
Mailing: P.O. Box 3778, zip code 85117
Apache Junction, AZ 85120
(480) 982-0196 or (877) 982-0196
Operates a 24-hour crisis line and provides a safe house, basic personal necessities, individual empowerment sessions with an advocate, support group, and legal assistance, as well as preventative workshops.
DOVES (Domestic Older Victims Empower & Safety)
Case management; support group meetings; crisis intervention; emergency, transitional and interim housing; job readiness and search support; transportation; application assistance with Social Security (SS), Social Security Disability (SSD), Supplemental Security Income (SSI), Family Services (FS), HUD, and Department of Economic Security (DES); food, clothing, toiletries.
Resources on recognizing late life domestic violence and safety plans available on website
Family Advocacy Center
Serves Scottsdale, Fountain Hills, Paradise Valley, Cave Creek, Carefree, Tempe, the Salt River Pima Community, and the county jurisdictions in the northeast Valley.
Provides information regarding rights and invocation; educates on procedures of criminal justice system; updates with timely case status information; escorts to court upon request; acts as liaison in court; assists victims in filing requests for Orders of Protection or Injunctions Against Harassment; provides references to community agencies for assistance; domestic violence advocacy services and safety planning.
Works to reduce stress and trauma during Crimes Against Persons investigations. Forensic nurses on call 24/7 who examine victims of child abuse, sexual crimes, violent crimes, and who can provide antibiotics and other medications as needed; Child Protective Services; Maricopa County Adult Probation program; City of Scottsdale Prosecutors; Police Crisis Intervention Specialists; Crimes against persons section with children's play room, three quiet rooms.
Online listings of local resources including protective order courts and domestic violence programs.
House of Refuge - East
6935 E. Williams Field Road
Mesa, AZ 85212
(480) 890-3039 (domestic violence shelter hotline)
Faith-based organization in Southeast Mesa that provides transitional housing and supportive services to homeless families, many of whom are homeless due to domestic violence.
82 two-bedroom single family homes; chapel/support center; focus on employment education, financial literacy, health & wellness, life skills, permanent housing
Maricopa County DV Shelter Centralized Screening
24/7 hotline; bilingual (English/Spanish)
My Sister's Place/Pathways
Short-term residential abuse center for women and children; safety planning; case management; skill/resource building; dedicated childhood case worker; therapeutic children's programming; after-care planning; referral to transitional programs and affordable housing; furniture, food, other personal needs.
Salvation Army's Elim House
Emergency shelter for up to 120 days; food, clothing, translation services, counseling, case management, community referrals, legal assistance, spiritual support. Can accommodate up to eight family members, accepts children up to age 17. Separate crisis counseling and recreational activities for children.
Save The Family
(602) 263-8900 (24 hour emergency shelter and crisis hotline)
Homeless shelter with specific resources directed at women and children who have experienced domestic violence. 14 units of housing in North Phoenix; transitional housing; supportive services
Shelter Without Walls
Works with women, men and children outside of a shelter setting, whether or not they are living with their abuser; provides support in moving away from abusers; helps survivors transitioning out of local shelters.
Offers safety planning, shelter referrals, housing locators, legal and advocacy services, crime victim information and referrals, group and individual counseling, mentorship program, long-term (more than a year) case management.
(602) 244-0089 or 602.889.1610 (TDD)
888.886.8793 | 888.886.8794 (TDD)
Bilingual (English, Spanish); up to 120 days emergency shelter services in secure living area for women and families; up to 2 years supportive services; community outreach for those not in shelter; comprehensive childcare services; personal case manager and advocate; domestic violence education; assistance with safety planning, employment, financial literacy, food and nutrition, transportation; trauma work; conflict resolution; relapse prevention; referrals; legal assistance; court advocacy and accompaniment; community support groups held multiple times every week to accomodate any schedule; teen support group
602-248-8336 (TEEN) (Maricopa County)
602-248-8337 (Business line)
800-248-8336 (TEEN) (statewide hotline)
24/7 hotline for resources and peer support for teens (after hours support provided by the Crisis Response Network). Targets suicide, depression, bullying, and relationships. Online resources for teens, friends, parents, and educators.
facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/TeenLifeline
The City of Phoenix Family Advocacy Center
2120 N. Central Ave., Suite 250
Phoenix, AZ 85004
Provides crisis intervention, information and referral, safety planning (domestic violence and sexual assault), shelter and emergency housing, City of Phoenix housing programs, court assistance and accompaniment, assistance with orders of protection and injunction against harassment, support groups, counseling services, limited financial assistance.
Locations for other related centers throughout Arizona can be found at this link: http://acfan.net/member-centers.htm
Mesa Police Department Center Against Family Violence
The Mesa Center Against Family Violence uses a multi-disciplinary method of investigation to reduce further trauma for survivors.
24/7 hotline; works on sex crimes, domestic violence, sex offender notifications, computer forensics; partners with CPS, APS, A New Leaf, probation, Victim Services, forensic examiners and prosecutors.
Interagency Council-Lake Havasu City
Lake Havasu City, AZ 86403
Services: counseling, support groups and safety planning programs.
Further domestic violence resources for the area available here: http://www.lhcaz.gov/attorney/referralNumbers.html
Alice's Place Empowerment Center
312 E. Second Street
P.O. Box 904
Winslow, AZ 86047
Services include crisis intervention, temporary shelter, advocacy and social services, court accompaniment, filing of protection orders, and safety planning.
Hopi Domestic Violence Program
(928) 814-7093 (Victim Advocate cellphone)
(928) 814-7095 (Victim Advocate cellphone)
Responds to domestic violence, teen dating violence, stalking, sexual abuse. Offers referrals to shelters off the reservation and to resources through the Hopi Healthcare Center or Behavioral Health, which offer counseling and a child sexual abuse program.
Tohdenasshai Shelter/Kayenta DV Task Force
(928) 697-3635 (office line)
24/7 domestic violence and sexual assault shelter program on the Navajo reservation. Bilingual (English, Navajo); shelter beds, meals, counseling, advocacy, referrals, transport, staff attorney from Legal Aid Services; residential and non-residential programs; outreach program. Serves all genders; no age limit for children; children's group sessions and life skills education.
Limited residential resources for homeless people.
White Mountain Safe House
Shelter for up to 90 days for people who have experienced physical, emotional, or sexual abuse; non-residential services, including individual and group support.
Resources available on website for safety planning and understanding abuse and control
Phoenix Family Advocacy Center
2120 N. Central Ave.
Phoenix, AZ 85004
Crisis intervention; emergency needs assessment; safety planning; 9-1-1 phone; shelter access, emergency housing assistance; assistance obtaining an Order of Protection or an Injunction Against Harassment; forensic exams following sexual assault and strangulation; assistance completing Victim's Compensation Applications; assistance obtaining a police report or filing reports when applicable on-site; liaison assistance with law enforcement and outside agencies; information and referral services; short-term counseling; court escorts for various proceedings; support groups; transportation; current case status updates; referrals for long-term case management; short-term case management; education on domestic violence dynamics; education on Criminal Justice System
Administration of Resources and Choices and Elder Shelter Project
(520) 339-2801 (Elder Care services crisis line)
Late-life domestic violence services, including physical, sexual, and emotional abuse and financial exploitation. Bilingual (English, Spanish), temporary caregiving in Arizona licensed adult care homes, crisis intervention counseling, orders of protection and safety planning, education and outreach, support groups and shelter referrals, criminal justice and victim compensation advocacy, community referrals.
Emerge! Center Against Domestic Abuse
(520) 795-4266; (888) 428-0101 (toll free)
(520) 795-8001 (admin office, Wings of Freedom)
(520) 881-7201 (Voices Against Violence)
Emerge! provides emergency shelter and a 24 hour bilingual (Spanish/English) crisis lines; transitional and permanent housing (Wings of Freedom); outreach and advocacy, including lay legal advocacy with specially trained staff and in-court advocacy for shelter residents and non-residents; children’s services; community education and prevention.
This organization also assists undocumented immigrant victims/survivors who are in the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) process or in the process of obtaining a U or T Visa. For this service, call (520) 573-3637 (bilingual line)
Indian Health Service, San Xavier Health Services
Southern Arizona Children's Advocacy Center
Child-sensitive environment; investigative and advocacy services for children who have experienced abuse and their non-offending family members. Resources include: food, comfort/care by trained staff and volunteers, expert medical evaluations, videotaped forensic interviews, crisis intervention, on-site case coordination with law enforcement and Child Protective Services. Clothing, books, blanket, and teddy bear for children going into temporary foster care.
Westhouse Shelter Hotlines
24/7 bilingual (English/Spanish) hotline for survivors of domestic violence; provides referrals to shelters and other resources.
Wingspan Anti-Violence Programs (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender Resource)
24/7 bilingual (English/Spanish) confidential crisis line for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender victims and survivors of violence.
Resources include: referrals to temporary emergency shelter, LGBT friendly organizations and social service agencies, and other local resources; emergency supplies; resources for organizing community response to acts of violence in Southern Arizona; safety plans; assistance with filing police reports, court paperwork, court appearances, and victim assistance benefits claims.
Walk-in hours from 11 am to 5 pm. For an appointment, call (520) 624-1779 and ask to speak to an Anti-Violence Programs staff person.
Against Abuse, Inc.
(520) 836-0858 (24 hour)
Organization provides shelter for adults and children, counseling for residents of the shelter system and non-residents, and a supervised visitation/safe exchange program.
La Casa de Paz shelter: safety, stabilization, basic needs for people who have experienced domestic violence and their dependent children; counseling, advocacy, case management; referrals to legal, medical, vocational, and educational resources; transitional housing; outpatient counseling, community case management, legal advocacy; Animal Safe Home Network.
La Casita de Paz: shelter and supervision services for children from birth-18 years of age who are battered, neglected, abused, or in crisis. 24 hour care and supervision; emotional support; counseling; case management; individualized education and recreational programs.
La Paloma Center: visitation and exchange center for families with children; third party observation and supervision.
Horizon Human Services
Safe home with 30 day emergency safe shelter; 24/7 crisis line; crisis intervention; advocacy; support groups; information and referral services; residential and non residential case management; outreach and transportation for victims of domestic violence.
Crossroads Rescue Mission
Women's shelter for women and children following domestic violence. Chapel services, referrals to court-related advocacy.
University of Arizona, Oasis Center for Sexual Assault and Relationship Violence
1225 E Lowell St.
Room No. D 301
Tucson, AZ 85719
Provides advocacy, confidential reporting, consultations, counseling, LGBTQ abuse survivors support group, referrals, sexual assault survivors support group; available to UA students, staff, faculty of all genders who are impacted by sexual assault, relationship violence, stalking. First two counseling visits free; educational outreach and prevention activities all free.
Prescott Valley, AZ 86314
(928) 772-4184 office
24/7 hotline and shelter with therapeutic advocacy, support groups, safety planning, and individualized services for women and children. All shelter services available to non-residents. Transitional living program for women and children with rental rates based on ability to pay.
Yavapai Family Advocacy Center
Prescott Valley, AZ 86312
Forensic interviews (usually performed by law enforcement or child protective services investigator); sexual assault exams; crisis debriefing with licensed counselor for both victims and families following physical, emotional, or sexual violence; advocacy, including support, safety plans, referrals to needed services, support and assistance through court process. Information regarding types of abuse and local resources on website.
Verde Valley Sanctuary
(928) 634-2511 or 1 (800) 930-7233
Provides emergency shelter, transitional housing, 24 hour crisis hotline, crisis intervention, counseling, child care and child therapy, lay legal advocacy (bilingual), Hispanic outreach and translation, and youth prevention programming to women and families who have experienced domestic violence. Verde Valley Sanctuary serves domestic violence victims in towns and rural areas of the Verde Valley which includes the Yavapai-Apache and Navajo Reservations.
Provides services following child abuse, domestic violence, sexual assault and elder abuse. Focus on not re-traumatizing during interview and examination process. On-scene crisis intervention, medical evaluation, interviews of victims, mental health referrals, provision and coordination for other services.
Safe House Domestic Violence Shelter (Catholic Community Services in Western Arizona)
(928) 782-0044 or 1 (877) 440-0550
Bilingual (Spanish/English) resource available to men and women with children who fear domestic violence, sexual assault, child abuse, elder abuse, stalking, trafficking. Court accompaniment, assistance with orders of protection; case management services for support and self-sufficiency; counseling services; educational and activity groups, nutritional services.