Resources for Victims and Survivors of Sexual Violence
- National Domestic Violence Hotline: 1.800.799.SAFE (7233)
- RAINN (Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network) Hotline: 1.800.656.HOPE (4673)
- National Teen Dating Hotline: 1.866.331.9474 or text “loveis” to 22522
- Arizona Coalition to End Sexual and Domestic Violence Legal Advocacy Hotline: 602.279.2900 or 800.782.6400
- Department of Defense Safe Helpline (Sexual Assault Support for the DoD Community): 877.995.5247
- GLBT National Help Center Hotline: 888.843.4564
- National Child Abuse Hotline–1-800-4-A-Child
- StrongHearts Native Helpline (domestic violence hotline) : 1-844-7NATIVE or 1-844-762-8483.
- Amá Dóó Áłchíní Bíghan, Inc. ADABI (Chinle, AZ): (928) 674-8314 or (877) 698-0899. After hours Call Chinle Hospital ER (928) 674-7090 & ask for ADABI’s On-Call Advocate
Rape Crisis Centers
- Navajo Nation Office of Women and Families: (928) 871-6627
- Kayenta, AZ Tohdenasshai Women’s Shelter: 1-877-697-8591 or (928) 697-8591
- Page, AZ Another Way: (928) 645-5300
- Tuba City, AZ Family Harmony: (928) 775-4503
- Tuba City, AZ Task Force Against Domestic Violence: (928) 645-5300
- 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.
- Arizona Family Advocacy Center Map–You can use the map below to view the ACFAN Member Centers locations and get directions through Google Maps.
- Amberly’s Place–The Yuma Family Advocacy Coalition established Amberly’s Place in 1999 to provide an innovative, multi-disciplinary approach to the investigation, prosecution and intervention of cases of child sexual and/or physical abuse, domestic violence, elder abuse and sexual assault.
- Arizona Coalition to End Sexual and Domestic Violence—To lead, to advocate, to educate, to collaborate, to prevent and end sexual and domestic violence in Arizona.
- Time Out, Inc.–Time Out, Inc., envisions a world where every individual and family lives in an abuse free environment. Our mission is to help individuals break the cycle of domestic violence. Our programs address abuse survivors’ needs for safety, support, advocacy and resources.
- Glendale Family Advocacy Center–The goal of the Glendale Family Advocacy Center (GFAC) is to provide comprehensive and coordinated services to crime victims in a safe, comfortable and convenient setting.
- Haven Family Resource Center— a non-profit agency located in Lake Havasu City, Arizona. HAVEN is a family advocacy center serving all people in crisis situations including victims of crimes. We coordinate the response to crimes such as crimes against children, domestic violence, sexual assault, elder abuse, and all other person crimes.
- Child Help–the largest organization dedicated to helping victims of child abuse and neglect as well as at-risk children.
- City of Phoenix Family Advocacy Center–provides services such as crisis intervention, emergency needs assessment, safety planning, and more for the city of Phoenix.
- Rape, Abuse and Incest National Network–RAINN (Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network) is the nation’s largest anti-sexual violence organization and was named one of “America’s 100 Best Charities” by Worth magazine.
- Pinal County Attorney’s Family Advocacy Center–dedicated to reducing the stress children experience as victims of crimes for Eloy and San Tan Valley.
- Mesa Family Advocacy Center–Where police and social workers, Department of Child Safety, Office of Child Welfare Investigations, prosecuting attorneys and on-site physicians work together to reduce the trauma of physical and sexual abuse – where victimization is transformed into empowerment.
- National Human Trafficking Resource Center (NHTRC)– Mission is to provide human trafficking victims and survivors with access to critical support and services to get help and stay safe, and to equip the anti-trafficking community with the tools to effectively combat all forms of human trafficking. We offer round-the-clock access to a safe space to report tips, seek services, and ask for help. We also provide information, statistics, and resources on a wide range of topics related to human trafficking.
- Online Removal Guide for Revenge Porn–At the Cyber Civil Rights Initiative, we know how traumatic and distressing it can be to find your intimate images online when you didn’t consent to them being shared. We worked with all of the major social media and tech companies to come up with the following document to provide you with a list of how to report this violation on all of their platforms.
- Safe Child Center at Flagstaff Medical Center— serves children, and also adults with developmental disabilities, from throughout Northern Arizona.
- Know Your IX–Know Your IX is a national survivor-run, student-driven campaign to end campus sexual violence.
- Breaking the Cycle–Violence prevention information and resources for individuals and families the Governor’s Office of Children, Youth and Families.
- StrongHearts Native Helpline–Native-centered hotline staffed by advocates with a strong understanding of American Indian cultures, as well as issues of tribal sovereignty and law.
- Tech Safety App — Welcome to the Tech Safety App. This app contains information that can help someone identify technology-facilitated harassment, stalking, or abuse and includes tips on what can be done.
- Trans Sexual Violence Survivors: a Self-Help Guide to Healing and Understanding–includes information about the prevalence of sexual violence against transgender/gender non-conforming individuals; lists common long- and short-term responses to trauma; addresses the question of whether there is a relationship between sexual assault and gender identity issues; and much more.
- Yavapai Family Advocacy Center–The mission of the Yavapai Family Advocacy Center is to reduce trauma to victims of abuse by providing a safe and supportive environment and facilitating a team approach to advocacy, investigation, and prosecution.
- Give Back a Smile–The American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry Charitable Foundation’s (AACDCF) Give Back a Smile (GBAS) program heals some of the most devastating effects of domestic and sexual violence, by restoring the smiles of adult women and men who have suffered dental injuries to the front 8 teeth only, from a former intimate partner or spouse, family member or due to sexual assault.