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Abuse/Assault/Neglect Resources

Butterfly Tattoo

ARC (Administration of Resources and Choices)

  • 1625 N. Alvernon Way
    Suite 101

  • Regular Phone Number:

     (520) 623-9383​

  • Non-profit

  • Elder protection

  • Home owner and buyer assistance

  • Donations accepted

  • Volunteer opportunities

Arizona's Children Association

  • Offers trauma specialty services

  • Assists in the treatment of childhood sexual abuse survivors and their families

  • Utilizes evidence based, individual therapy practices

  • Outpatient services

  • Various support groups

Beauty From Ashes Ranch

  • Providing sanctuary to girls 11-17 years old who have suffered from trauma associated with sex trafficking

  • Faith-based non-profit organization

  • Equine therapy

  • Counseling

  • Education

  • Job training

  • Donations, sponsorship and volunteering opportunities

Casa de los Ninos

  • Address:

     1120 N 5th Ave, Tucson, AZ 85705

  • Phone Number:

       (520) 624-5600

  • Crisis line number:

       (520) 326-1365

  • Number to report suspected child abuse or neglect:


  • Non-profit

  • Providing support to children and families suffering from abuse and/or neglect

  • Donations and volunteer opportunities

  • Foster care and adoptions

  • Supervised visitations

  • Community outreach and Education

Casa Support Council-Pima County

  • 2225 E Ajo Way, Tucson, AZ 85713 located in Juvenile Court Center or 5049 E. Broadway Blvd., Suite 159

  • 520-575-5130 or 520-724-2060


  • Non-profit

  • Donations and volunteer opportunities

  • "A CASA Volunteer is a specially trained community volunteer appointed by a Juvenile Court Judge to represent the best interests of abused and neglected children involved in court proceedings."

Children's Advocacy Center of Southern AZ

  • Forensic Interviews

  • Medical Evaluation

  • Family Advocacy

  • Mandated Reporting Training

  • Prevention Education

  • Tools and resources for parents

Davis-Monthan Family Advocacy

  • Address: ​5427 E Madera ST Tucson, AZ 85707

  • Phone: 520-228-2104

  • Hours:

       Mon - Fri 7:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.              Closed on weekends and holidays

  • Public awareness campaigns, education and support for individuals, couples and parents

  •  Parenting support at every age and stage, including New Parent Support Program home visits for expectant parents, new parents and families with young children

  • Safety planning, advocacy and support for domestic abuse victims

  • Clinical treatment for abusers and all affected family members as appropriate

  • "Family Advocacy Program services are available to service members and family members eligible for care in a military treatment facility. This includes intimate partners who share a child in common with a service member, live with or previously lived with a service member. Dating partners and others may qualify for limited support and referrals as appropriate."

Emerge! Center Against Domestic Abuse

  • 2545 E Adams St, Tucson, AZ 85716


       (520) 795-4266
       (888) 428-0101

  • Providing support for domestic abuse victims

  • Community Education

  • Community events

  • Donations and volunteer opportunities

Homicide Survivors, Inc.

  • Address:

       2315 E Speedway Blvd, Tucson,             AZ 85719

  • Phone Number:

       (520) 207-5012

  • Email Address:

  • Non-profit

  • Supports families of murder victims through support, advocacy, and assistance

  • Donations accepted

  • On staff advocates ready to assist with legality and resources associated with homicide

Jewish Family & Children's Services of Southern Arizona

  • Some of the outcomes of the Family Connections in-home program include social support, family function, family resources, child wellbeing, parenting attitudes and behaviors, and managing parenting stress

  • Parenting skills education

  • Partnering with AZDCS

PCOA (Pima County on Aging)

  • Mailing Address:

       8467 E Broadway, Tucson, AZ               85710

  • Helpline:

       (520) 790-7262

  • Assistance with Medicare

  • Elder abuse resource

  • Budgeting assistance

  • End of life planning resources

  • Caregiver training

  • Caregiver resources

  • Caregiver support groups

  • Community education

  • Home-delivered meals

  • Housing assistance

  • Donations accepted

  • Volunteer opportunities

  • Home repairs

  • Help with emergency alert systems

  • Dementia assistance

  • Transportation

  • Legal assistance

  • Resource connections for elderly

Pima County Victim Services

  • Crime victim services

  • Resources and connecting people to resources

  • Domestic abuse victim assistance

  • Volunteer opportunities

  • Court advocacy

  • Crisis services

  • Assistance with crime victim compensation

Reflection Family Services, Inc

  • Affordable counselling for DUI and substance abuse, anger management, domestic violence, parenting and co-parenting, individual/marriage/family preservation and more

  • Spanish and English services

SAAF AVP - Anti Violence Project

  • 375 S Euclid Ave, Tucson, AZ 85719

    Monday–Friday; 8:00am to 7:00pm
    1 (800) 553-9387

  • Regular phone number:


  • Education, support, and resource navigation to prevent violence against and within the LGBTQIA+ community

  • Short Term Emergency Shelter

  • Support groups

  • Crisis intervention and case management

  • HIV testing

  • Volunteer opportunities

Sacasa- Southern Arizona Against Sexual Assault

  • A division of Codac

  • Sexual assault victim services

  • Provides sexual assault education and awareness

  • Individualized advocacy and support

  • Bilingual services

  • Donations and volunteer opportunities

  • Therapy services

  • Collaborates with The Southern Arizona Anti-Trafficking Unified Response Network (SAATURN)

StrongHearts Native DV Helpline

  • The helpline offers culturally-appropriate support and advocacy

  • 24/7 safe, confidential and anonymous domestic, dating and sexual violence helpline for Native Americans and Alaska Natives

  • Maintains direct communication with the Attorney General's Office

  • Facilitates coordination among statewide groups

  • Identifies cases within the Attorney General’s prosecutorial authority

  • Raises awareness to prevent and report senior abuse and exploitation


Tohono O'odham Nation Domestic Violence Program

  • Sells, AZ

  • 520-383-6000

  • 7 day stay emergency shelter for Tohono O'odham tribe members who are experiencing domestic violence

  • No pet accommodations

United Way and UPS- United to end Human Trafficking

  • Education and training on human trafficking

  • A network of various organizations working together in hope of eliminating exploitation and human trafficking

University of Arizona CAPS Oasis Sexual Assault, Gender-Based Violence, & Trauma Services

  • CAPS 24/7: 520-621-3334

  • CAPS Hours: Mon-Fri 8am-6pm (Wed 9am-6pm)​​

  • Various locations

  • Inconsistent changes in location due to Covid-19, call ahead to see if appointments are currently online or in-person

  • Open to any UofA students or faculty

  • Connection to important resources and support

  • Individual counselling and therapeutic treatment

  • Free, drop-in Survivor Support Group

Important Websites

24/7 Help Hotlines

  • Child Abuse Hotline: 1-888-767-2445

  • National domestic violence hotline: 800-799-7233

  • Sacasa Crisis Line: 520-327-7273 or 1-800-400-1001

DKA assumes no responsibility by providing this information. This resource list is a community service and not an endorsement of the organizations listed. We regularly update this information, however, information changes quite frequently. Please verify directly with the resource to make sure information is current and accurate. If you see any issues in this list please email and we will correct the error as soon as possible. In addition to this list, you may contact Information & Referral @ 520-323-1708 for more resource information. Thank you!

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