Places that Help: Arizona
Included in this list are programs that can offer help/referrals to victims of abuse throughout the state. (If you find inaccurate contact information, please let us know.)
Arizona Coalition to End Sexual and Domestic Violence
2700 N. Central Avenue, Suite 1100
Phoenix, AZ 85004
(602) 279-2980 or (800) 782-6400 (Helpline)
(520) 720-3383 (SMS text line)
The Coalition serves providers of direct services to victims and survivors of sexual and domestic violence. Its Helpline and online chat provide support, information, referrals, assistance navigating the legal system, as well as financial assistance. Assistance provided in English and Spanish. The Coalition website offers sexual and domestic violence legal information, resources, and a list of shelters and other services within Arizona.
Arizona Humane Society’s Project Home Away From Home
The Arizona Humane Society’s Project Home Away From Home helps individuals in crisis to have their pet temporarily cared for, providing 30-90 days of temporary foster care or boarding. They assist people seeking safety for their pets during situations of crisis such as domestic violence, medical crises, hospitalization, and other situations.
Our Family Services
Our Family Services has housing programs that provide emergency shelter and rapid re-housing for individuals and families experiencing homelessness or those in a dangerous situation such as domestic violence or trafficking. They also provide case management, work and education assistance, counseling, and life and parenting skills classes. The teen crisis shelter, Reunion House, helps abused, homeless and runaway teens aged 12-17. In addition they offer programs for homeless young adults aged 18-24 which include counseling, legal services, employment and education programs, and more.
WomensLaw serves and supports all survivors, no matter their sex or gender.
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