• Domestic Violence (Maricopa)

    Domestic Violence Services


    Arizona Coalition Against Domestic Violence (ACADV)

    Providers of direct services to victims and survivors of sexual and domestic violence are our primary customers.  Victims and survivors are the beneficiaries of  our work.

    ACADV Legal Advocacy Hotline: 602-279-2900 or 1-800-782-6400

    azcadv.org

     

    Arizona Council of Human Service Providers

    The Arizona Council of Human Service Providers is a trade association representing the interest of behavioral health, substance abuse, child welfare and justice service agencies throughout Arizona.

    www.azcouncil.com

     

    Arizona Department of Health Services (ADHS)

    The Department operates programs in behavioral health, disease prevention and control, health promotion, community public health, environmental health, maternal and child health, emergency preparedness and regulation of childcare and assisted living centers, nursing homes, hospitals, other health care providers and emergency services.

    www.hs.state.az.us 

     

    Childhelp

    Helping victims of child abuse through treatment programs that educate children and aid in prevention.

    4350 E. Camelback Rd., Bldg F250,
    Phoenix, Arizona 85018

    (480) 922-8212

    childhelp.org

     

    City of Phoenix Family Advocacy Center

    Offer numerous services and advocacy for victims of domestic violence.

    2120 N. Central Avenue, Suite 250,

    Phoenix, AZ 85004

    (602) 534-2120

    phoenix.gov/humanservices/programs/victims/fac

     

    Community Legal Services

    CLS supports the safety and well-being of the family through the legal process, focusing on victims of domestic violence and children at risk of abuse or neglect.

    305 S. 2nd Ave.

    Phoenix, AZ 85003

    (602) 258-3434

    infocpo@clsaz.org

    clsaz.org/family.html

     

    Glendale Family Advocacy Center

    Provide comprehensive and coordinated services to crime victims in a safe, comfortable and convenient setting.

    4600 W. Glendale Ave.

    Glendale, AZ 85301

    ​ (623) 930-3720

    glendaleaz.com/cms/one.aspx?portalId=15209085&pageId=15329605

     

    International Rescue Committee

    4425 W Olive Ave #400

    Glendale, AZ 85302

    Therapeutic Services

    Provides culturally and lingustically appropiate, and trama-informed psychotherapy and psycho-education. Refugees, asylum seekers, victims of crime, and victims of human-trafficking are eligible.

    Wen-Chien Lin: (602) 433-2440 x228 | Wenchien.Lin@Rescue.org

    Specialized Services for Survivors of Torture

    Assists survivors of torture by providing intensive, comprehensive case management in the areas of social, legal, psychological/psychiatric and health/medical. Certified survivors of torture are eligible.

    Robert Moore: (602) 433-2440 x223 | Robert.Moore@Rescue.org

    ALERT Arizona League to End Regional Trafficking

    Assists foreign national victims of human trafficking by providing comprehensive case management in the areas of social, legal, psychological/psychiatric and health/medical. ALERT works with local law enforcement and the Department of Homeland Security in providing safety and security for identified victims.

    Clara Anne Wagner: (602) 433-2440

     

    Mariposa – Wings to Safety

    Provide comprehensive services to victims and their families who are affected by domestic violence and sexual abuse.

    2601 E. Roosevelt St.

    Phoenix, AZ 85008

    (602) 344-5976 | (602) 344-5934

    dmgaz.org/wings-safety-domestic-violence-obgyn

     

    Mesa Center Against Family Violence

    The Mesa Family Advocacy Center has on-scene crisis intervention from trained Victim Services personnel; medical attention is provided on-site to physical and sexual assault victims; and one-time video interviews are done with victims to avoid re-traumatization.

    130 N. Robson

    Mesa, AZ  85201

    (480) 644-4075

    acfan.net/centers/mesa-center.htm

     

    My Sister’s Place

    Catholic Charities Community Services’ shelter and services for women and their children who are fleeing domestic violence.

    24/7 Phone: (480) 821-1024

     

    Scottsdale Family Advocacy Center

    Provide a comfortable environment for victims where they are able to receive services from multiple disciplines to address his or her criminal, emotional, and physical needs.

    10225 E. Via Linda

    Scottsdale, AZ 85258

    (480) 312-6309

    acfan.net/centers/scottsdale-family.htm

     

    Sojourner Center

    A safe haven from domestic violence for women and their children in Arizona.

    (602) 244-0997

    info@sojourcenter.org

    www.sojourcenter.org

     

    Southwest Family Southwest Family Advocacy Center

    A child and family focused facility where professionals in law enforcement, child protection, prosecution, mental health, medical and victim advocacy, work together during the investigation, treatment, management and prosecution of child abuse cases, sexual assault, domestic violence and elder abuse cases.

    2333 N. PebbleCreek Pkwy, Suite A-200
    Goodyear, AZ 85395

    (623) 333-7900
    swfac@avondale.org

    www.swfac.org

     

    United Way of Tucson and Southern Arizona

    www.unitedwaytucson.org

  • Domestic Violence (Pima)

    Domestic Violence Services


    Angel Children’s Center

    Angel Children’s Center has recreational and educational programs for up to 87 children 2 months to 12 years of age (DES approved, DHS licensed). Children’s advocacy: support groups and safety planning for children.

    4101 E. 22nd Street
    Tucson, AZ 85711
    (520) 326-7135

     

    Arizona Coalition Against Domestic Violence (ACADV)

    Providers of direct services to victims and survivors of sexual and domestic violence are our primary customers.  Victims and survivors are the beneficiaries of  our work.

    ACADV Legal Advocacy Hotline: 602-279-2900 or 1-800-782-6400

    azcadv.org

     

    Arizona Council of Human Service Providers

    The Arizona Council of Human Service Providers is a trade association representing the interest of behavioral health, substance abuse, child welfare and justice service agencies throughout Arizona.

    www.azcouncil.com

     

    Arizona Department of Health Services (ADHS)

    The Department operates programs in behavioral health, disease prevention and control, health promotion, community public health, environmental health, maternal and child health, emergency preparedness and regulation of childcare and assisted living centers, nursing homes, hospitals, other health care providers and emergency services.

    www.hs.state.az.us 

     

    Casa de Los Niños

    Promote child well-being and family stability in our community. deep-rooted community connection acts as a guiding force for Casa de los Niños’ vision to increase the number of children and families living safe and healthy lives.

    1120 N. 5th Ave

    Tucson, AZ 85705

    (520) 881-1292

    (520) 488-2502

    Casadelosninos.org

     

    Community Partnership of Southern Arizona (CPSA)

    CPSA is the Regional Behavioral Health Authority (RBHA) contracted by the state of Arizona to coordinate and manage publicly funded behavioral health services for children, adults and their families in Pima County.

    www.cpsa-rbha.org

     

    Counseling and Consulting Services – Domestic violence counseling

    Counseling for DV offender including DV assessment, anger management, conflict control, domestic violence issues, and other topics. Groups for children 8-10 who witness or experience DV in the home. Play therapy, art therapy, psychodrama, role-playing, movement therapy, work with clay, puppets, etc. Couple/marital and family groups also available.
    2430 East Sixth Street
    Tucson, AZ 85719

    (520) 882-0090

    www.counselingconsulting.org

     

    Domestic Violence Law Clinic/Child & Family Law Clinic – University of Arizona

    The Domestic Violence Law Clinic is a teaching law office within a law school. The Clinic offers free advice and legal representation to survivors of domestic abuse.
    1145 N Mountain
    Tucson, AZ 85719

    (520) 626-5232

     

    Emerge! Center Against Domestic Abuse

    Emerge Center Against Domestic Abuse provides domestic abuse crisis intervention and housing, prevention, education, support, and advocacy services to anyone experiencing domestic abuse. While the majority of the people seeking our services are women and their children, our services are available to anyone regardless of gender.

    2545 E. Adams St.

    Tucson, AZ 85716

    (520) 795-8001

    24-hour Crisis Line: (520) 795-4266

    info@emergecenter.org

     

    Gospel Rescue Mission – Bethany House Women’s and Children’s Center

    Meals, shelter, clothing, showers, personal care items, case management, chapel services, spiritual counseling. Women can stay for up to 4 days, but also have an extended shelter program for up to 90 days for women and children. Boys over 14 not able to go. Men in a different location from women.
    1130 W. Miracle Mile
    Tucson, AZ 85705

    (520) 740-1501

    www.grmtucson.com

     

    Our Family Services

    Community mediation, counseling (individuals, couples, families), crisis counseling at home, in school, or at offices. Domestic violence groups for men, women, and children and anger-management therapy for children, teens, and adults. Services mainly for perpetrators of DV. Couples counseling, family counseling, children’s therapy also available.
    3830 East Bellevue Street
    Tucson, AZ 85716

    (520) 327-4583

    www.ourfamilyservices.org/programs.h

     

    Outreach and Advocacy – Voices Against Violence

    Safety planning, crisis intervention, education, 911 emergency cell phones, photographs of injuries, referrals to community resources. Support groups, Lay legal advocacy for working on orders of protection, referrals, victim’s rights, assistance with citizenship, court accompaniment

    2711 E. Broadway Blvd.
    Tucson, AZ 85716
    (520) 881-7201

     

    Wingspan Anti-Violence program

    Provide free and confidential 24-hour crisis intervention, information, support, referrals, emergency shelter, and advocacy to LGBT victim/survivors of violence. Additionally, offer extensive outreach and education programs. Walk-in services, bilingual services, emergency shelter (1-3 nights).  Lesbian, gay,
    bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) people.

    430 E. 7th Street
    Tucson, AZ 85705

    (520) 624-0348 or 1-800-553-9387 (toll free)

    Wingspan.info

  • Substance Abuse Prevention (Maricopa)

    Substance Abuse Prevention Services


    Arizona Behavioral Counseling and Education Inc.

    Offers Substance Abuse Education and Treatment, Anger Management, and Domestic Violence Treatment.

    3120 N. 19th Ave.

    Phoenix, AZ – 85028

    (602) 788-1116

    azbehavioralcounseling.com

    Monday-Friday: 8am-5pm

     

    Chicanos Por La Causa – Corazón

    A client-centered, multicultural center with bilingual staff offering a variety of treatment modalities. Providing Substance Abuse treatment through our CARF Accredited Level II Residential Treatment Center since 1983. The 30- to 60-day structured treatment program incorporates best practices targeted to the clients enrolled in the program.

    3639 W Lincoln St
    Phoenix, AZ 85009

    (602) 233-9747

    6850 W Indian School Rd
    Phoenix, AZ 85033

    (623) 247-0464

    cplc.org/hhs/substance.php

     

    Drug Rehab – LGBTQ+ Substance Abuse Prevention Resources

    Members of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer community have rates of substance abuse higher than those of the general population. Their daily battles with discrimination and stigma cause high levels of stress that may push them toward drug and alcohol use. This website has information about LGBTQ+ communities and how/why they struggle with substance abuse and resources to prevent and treat substance abuse.

    Click here for more information.

     

    Ebony House (Male Only)

    An Arizona based non-profit 501 (c) (3) organization that for the last 40 years has dedicated to helping restore adults, children and families from all race and ethnic backgrounds triumph over substance abuse, behavioral challenges, HIV/AIDS, child abuse and preservation of the family.

    6222 South 13th Street

    Phoenix, AZ – 85042

    (602) 276-4288

    ebonyhouseinc.org

    Elba House (Female Only)

    Provides comprehensive substance abuse treatment and rehabilitative services targeting pregnant and parenting women, ages 18 and older, in a 24-hour supervised environment.

    8646 South 14th Street

    Phoenix, AZ – 85042

    (602) 243-5492

    ebonyhouseinc.org/programs_elba.asp

     

    The Recovery Village – LGBTQ+ Substance Abuse Prevention Resources

    No one is immune to substance use disorder. It can strike anyone at any time, regardless of age, gender, nationality, ethnicity, class or sexual orientation. However, some groups are more at risk to fall victim to drug and/or alcohol addiction than others. Unfortunately, this is true for the LGBTQ community. This is mainly because of the mental health disorders that develop in this community as a result of abuse, discrimination, rejection and ostracism that they undergo. The good news, however, is that many resources are available to help members of this community conquer substance abuse.

    If you or someone you love is a member of the LGBTQ community and is also suffering from alcohol and/or drug addiction, this website page may address many of the questions that you have.

    Click here for more information.

     

    Valle del Sol

    Opiate Addiction Outpatient Treatment Program.

    1209 South 1st Avenue

    Phoenix, AZ – 85003

    (480) 436-7409

    valledelsol.com/opioid-treatment-program/

  • Substance Abuse Prevention (Pima)

    Substance Abuse Prevention


    Community Medical Services

    Help those who are suffering from substance use disorders. Clinics provide patients with an environment that is free of judgment and condescension and steadfast in treating everyone with the utmost dignity and respect.

    *Multiple Locations*

    Communitymedicalservcies.org

    855-203-6352

     

    Drug Rehab – LGBTQ+ Substance Abuse Prevention Resources

    Members of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer community have rates of substance abuse higher than those of the general population. Their daily battles with discrimination and stigma cause high levels of stress that may push them toward drug and alcohol use. This website has information about LGBTQ+ communities and how/why they struggle with substance abuse and resources to prevent and treat substance abuse.

    Click here for more information.

     

    Pima Prevention Partnership Sin Puertas

    Sin Puertas offers a wide variety of services, which are based on the intake assessment. For example, aside from counseling for substance abuse, youths may need help with securing stable housing, enrolling in a school, or participating in job training.

    1346 N. Stone Ave. Bldg. #2,

    Tucson, AZ 85705

    Thepartnership.us

    (520) 624-5806

     

    The Recovery Village – LGBTQ+ Substance Abuse Prevention Resources

    No one is immune to substance use disorder. It can strike anyone at any time, regardless of age, gender, nationality, ethnicity, class or sexual orientation. However, some groups are more at risk to fall victim to drug and/or alcohol addiction than others. Unfortunately, this is true for the LGBTQ community. This is mainly because of the mental health disorders that develop in this community as a result of abuse, discrimination, rejection and ostracism that they undergo. The good news, however, is that many resources are available to help members of this community conquer substance abuse.

    If you or someone you love is a member of the LGBTQ community and is also suffering from alcohol and/or drug addiction, this website page may address many of the questions that you have.

    Click here for more information.

  • Mental Health and Counseling Services (Maricopa)

    Mental Health and Counseling Services


    Chicanos Por La Causa – Centro De La Familia

    Provides outpatient behavioral health services for families and individuals of all ages. The program offers counseling and therapy services to those living with serious mental illness, general mental health issues, and substance abuse issues.

    6850 W. Indian School Rd.
    Phoenix, AZ 85033
    (623) 247-0464

    Chicanos Por La Causa – Centro Esperanza

    Offer specialized services for those struggling with a mental illness, focusing on case management and psychiatric services.

    325 N. Stapley Dr.

    Mesa, AZ 85203

    (480) 615-3800

    www.cplc.org/hhs/behavioral-health.php

     

    Community Partners

    Provide integrated help for individuals with a serious mental illness (SMI) in a supportive team environment, leveraging decades of expertise for the highest quality of care. We provide wrap-around stabilization, including housing services.

    1515 E. Osborn Rd.

    Phoenix, AZ 85014

    (602) 604-0000

    communitypartnersinc.org/services/integrated-healthcare/specialized-programs/

     

    Family Involvement Center

    The Family Involvement Center offers counseling services to youth and adults experiencing stress and/or challenges in negotiating life transitions. Services provided are confidential, professional and tailored to each person’s unique strengths and needs. Counseling Services are provided at no charge for individuals enrolled with Mercy Maricopa Integrated Care. The cost for private pay counseling is $80 per hour for general counseling and $120 per session for EMDR. In-home and interpreter services available.

    5333 N. 7th St.

    Phoenix, AZ 85014

    (602) 288-0155

    For more information: familyinvolvementcenter.org/services/counseling

  • Mental Health and Counseling Services (Pima)

    Mental Health and Counseling Services


    COPE Community Services

    COPE strives to meet the therapy needs of all enrolled clients.  COPE’s licensed professional therapists are dedicated to helping individuals and families reduce emotional and psychological distress and improve the quality of their lives and relationships. An array of general and specialized therapy services are available in group and/or individual settings.

    1477 W. Commerce Court.

    Tucson, AZ 85746

    *Multiple locations

    Copecommunityservices.org

    (520) 792-3293

     

    Free Counseling Services – Palo Verde Family Resource Center

    Resource center providing free counseling services to the community.

    1302 S. Avenida Vega.

    Tucson, AZ 85710

    (520) 584-7455

    www.tusd1.org/Departments/Family-Resource-Centers/Palo-Verde-Family-Center

    Every Monday: 12pm-8pm

     

    Jewish Family & Children’s Services (JFCS)

    Person-centered therapy helps heal children and adults who have lived through traumatic events.

    4301 E. 5th St.

    Tucson, AZ, 85711

    (520) 795-0300

    Monday-Friday: 8am-5pm

     

    International Rescue Committee – Therapeutic Services

    Provide culturally and linguistically appropriate, and trauma-informed psychotherapy, and psycho-education. Refugees, asylum seekers, victims of crime, and victims of human-trafficking are eligible.

    1011 N. Craycroft Rd.

    Tucson, AZ 85711

    (520) 319-2128

  • Trafficking (Maricopa)

    Sex Trafficking Survivor Resources


    Arizona Anti-Trafficking Network

    A statewide resource that provides services, support and collaborative opportunities to non-profits, agencies, individuals, faith based coalitions, and advocacy projects and groups serving the anti-trafficking community.

    PO Box 1125

    Mesa, AZ 85211

    1-(844) 400-2286

    aatnaz.org

     

    CEASE Arizona

    A collaborative effort of people and organizations who are committed to ending sex trafficking. Partners include representatives from local and state government task forces, local, state and federal law enforcement, academics, non-profit organizations and survivors of human trafficking.

    (602) 888-0374

    info@ceasearizona.org

    ceasearizona.org

    International Rescue Committee – ALERT

    Assists foreign national victims of human trafficking by providing comprehensive case management in the areas of social, legal, psychological/psychiatric and health/medical. ALERT works with local law enforcement and the Department of Homeland Security in providing safety and security for identified victims.

    4425 W. Olive Ave. #400,

    Glendale, AZ 85302

    Clara Anne Wagner, (602) 433-2440 x233

    Monday-Friday: 9am-5pm

     

    International Rescue Committee – Survivors of Torture

    Assists survivors of torture by providing intensive, comprehensive case management in the areas of social, legal, psychological/psychiatric and health/medical. Certified survivors of torture are eligible.

    4425 W. Olive Ave. #400,

    Glendale, AZ 85302

    Robert Moore, (602) 433-2440 | Robert.Moore@Rescue.org

     

    Phoenix Dream Center

    Human trafficking recovery program.

     3210 Grand Ave.

    Phoenix, AZ 85017

    (602) 346-8701

    Monday-Friday: 9am-5pm

     

    Training and Resources United to Stop Traffic TRUST

    TRUST provides education, resources and collaborative engagement on issues involving human trafficking.

    1-(844) 878-7829

    info@trustaz.org

  • Trafficking (Pima)

    Sex Trafficking Survivor Resources


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    Arizona Anti-Trafficking Network

    A statewide resource that provides services, support and collaborative opportunities to non-profits, agencies, individuals, faith based coalitions, and advocacy projects and groups serving the anti-trafficking community.

    PO Box 1125

    Mesa, AZ 85211

    1-(844) 400-2286

    aatnaz.org

     

    CEASE Arizona

    A collaborative effort of people and organizations who are committed to ending sex trafficking. Partners include representatives from local and state government task forces, local, state and federal law enforcement, academics, non-profit organizations and survivors of human trafficking.

    (602) 888-0374

    info@ceasearizona.org

    ceasearizona.org

     

    Southern Arizona Anti-Trafficking Unified Response Network

    Works with the community to address this important issue. SAATURN is a grant-funded project of the Tucson Police Department and CODAC, in collaboration with the Federal Bureau of Investigations, Homeland Security Investigations, and the U.S. Attorney’s Office. SAATURN provides comprehensive services to survivors and supports our partners who proactively investigate, identify, apprehend and prosecute those engaged in human trafficking.

    SAATURN@tucsonaz.gov

    www.sacasa.org/trafficking/

     

    Training and Resources United to Stop Traffic TRUST

    TRUST provides education, resources and collaborative engagement on issues involving human trafficking.

    1-(844) 878-7829

    info@trustaz.org