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Resources & Links

Local/Phoenix Metro Area and National Resources

In the case of an emergency, call 911 immediately.

These resources are supported by the Sexual Violence Prevention & Education Program at the Arizona Department of Health Services

 Download our resource list as a PDF document.

If someone we know is being harmed or is having a problem harming others and/or themselves, it may be very helpful to seek support from experts to help you help others and yourself. If you see or hear something that is not ok, it is critical when you perceive it to be safe, to SPEAK UP while responding with empathy and compassion. Silence perpetuates the violence. Please have THE GUTS TO SPEAK UP. It takes everyone to build the world we want to live in.

In the case of an emergency dial 911. If you or someone you know is having a problem, getting help may reduce the chances of future harm. These links/referrals do not constitute an endorsement of these organizations by Peer Solutions. Peer Solutions exercises no control over or responsibility for the organizations’ views, accuracy, compliance or the legality of the material contained on third party sites or received through referral.

Our resources and links are grouped in the following categories:

  • Dating/Domestic/Family Violence
  • Child Abuse
  • Child Abuse Perpetration Resource/Referral Services (All ages-Counseling)
  • Sexual Violence
  • Gay / Lesbian / Bisexual / Transgender / Questioning
  • Substance Abuse
  • Suicide / Depression Prevention
  • Mental & Behavioral Health
  • Other Important Links
  • HIV / AIDS / STI

Dating/Domestic/Family Violence

Crisis

National Domestic Violence Hotline: www.ndvh.org, 1.800.799. SAFE (1.800.799.7233) 

City of Phoenix Family Advocacy Center: phoenix.gov/humanservices/programs/victims/fac/index.html, 602.534.2120 1.888.246.0303 

Mesa Center Against Family Violence: acfan.net/centers/mesa-center.htm, 480.644.4075 

West Valley Advocacy Center: www.glendaleaz.com/advocacycenter/VictimAssistance.cfm, 623.930.3720 

Florence Crittenton: www.flocrit.org, 602.274.7318 

Fresh Start Women’s Resource Center: phoenix.wehelpwomen.com, 602.252.8494 

Avondale Victim Advocates: avondale.org/index.aspx?NID=958, 623.478.3655 

Maricopa County Crisis Line: mhaarizona.org/help-support/crisis-line/ , 1.800.631.1314 

New Life Center: www.newlifectr.org/, 623.932.4404 

Scottsdale Family Advocacy Center: www.scottsdaleaz.gov/assistance/fac, 480.312.6300 

Sojourner Center: www.sojournercenter.org, (602) 244-0089 or (602) 889-1610 TDD

Information

AZ Child & Family Advocacy Network: www.acfan.net/acfan.htm

Love Doesn’t Have to Hurt – For Teens: www.apa.org/pi/families/resources/love-teens.pdf

Arizona Coalition Against Domestic Violence: Teen Dating Violence Info Line: www.azcadv.org, 602.248.8336 or 602-279-2900 

Maricopa County Attorney’s Office – Victim Services: www.maricopacountyattorney.org/Victim_Services

Minnesota Center Against Violence & Abuse: www.umn.edu/mincava

National Center for Victims of Crime: www.victimsofcrime.org/

National Coalition Against Domestic Violence: www.ncadv.org

National Network to End Domestic Violence: www.nnedv.org

National Resource Center on Domestic Violence: www.nrcdv.org


Child Abuse

Crisis

Childhelp USA: www.childhelpusa.org, 1.800.4.A.CHILD (1.800.422.4453) 

Child Protective Services: www.de.state.az.us/dcyf/cps, 1.888.SOS.CHILD (1.888.767.2445) 

Parents Anonymous of Arizona: www.parentsanon.org, 1.800.352.0528 

City of Phoenix Family Advocacy Center: phoenix.gov/humanservices/programs/victims/index.html, 602.534.2120 

East Valley Child Crisis Center: www.childcrisis.org, 480.969.2308 

Prevent Child Abuse Arizona: www.pcaaz.org/index.htm, 928.445.5038 

Rape Abuse & Incest National Network (Directs to Local Resources): www.rainn.org, 1.800.656.HOPE – 24 hour (1.800.656.4673) 

Maricopa County Sexual Assault Hotline: 480.736.4949

Mesa Center Against Family Violence: http://acfan.net/centers/mesa-center.htm, 480.644.4075 

EMPACT: http://www.lafrontera-empact.org, 480.784.1500 24hr 888.656.HOPE (4673) 

Scottsdale Family Advocacy Center: www.scottsdaleaz.gov/assistance/fac

West Valley Advocacy Center: www.glendaleaz.com/advocacycenter, 623.930.3720 

Information

American Professional Society on the Abuse of Children: www.apsac.org

Arizona’s Child Abuse Info Center: www.childhelpinfocenter.org

US Dept. of Health & Human Services – Child Welfare Information Getaway: www.childwelfare.gov/

National Child Abuse Resource Center: www.nsvrc.org

Arizona Rape Prevention and Education Program: www.azrapeprevention.org/

Maricopa County Attorney’s Office Victim Services: www.maricopacountyattorney.org/Victim_Services/

Minnesota Higher Education Center Against Violence & Abuse: www.mincava.umn.edu

State of Arizona – DPS – Sex Offender Information: www.azdps.gov/Services/Sex_Offender/

National Center for Missing & Exploited Children: www.missingkinds.com

National Network on Violence Against Women: www.vawnet.org


Suicide/Depression Prevention 

Crisis

American Association Of Suicidology - The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline:www.suicidology.org/www.suicidepreventionlifeline.org Veterans Crisis Support Available | 1.800.273.TALK (8255),provides access to trained telephone counselors, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. | 1.800.799.4TTY(1.800.799.4889)

Empact Suicide Prevention/Toll Free: www.empact-spc.com, 480.784.1500 1.800.527.4747

Arizona State University Hotline – crises counseling: students.asu.edu/counseling, (480) 921-1006

The Trevor Project (For GLBTQ Youth): www.thetrevorproject.org, 1.866.4.U. TREVOR (1.866.488.7386)

Covenant House NINELINE – Youth Crisis & Suicide Hotline: www.covenanthouse.org, 1.800.999.9999

Information

Arizona Suicide Prevention Coalition: www.azspc.org/

Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance: www.dbsalliance.org

Not My Kid (For Parents): www.notmykid.org

Wing of Madness: www.wingofmadness.com

National Organization for People For Color Against Suicide: www.nopcas.com

Yellow Ribbon Suicide Prevention Program: www.yellowribbon.org


Sexual Violence – AZRapePrevention.org

Crisis

National Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network (RAINN): rainn.org, 1.800.656.HOPE (4673) 

EMPACT – Sexual Assault Hotline: 480.736-4949 or 866.205.5229

Family Advocacy Center – City of Phoenix: phoenix.gov/humanservices/programs/victims/fac/, 602.534.2120 or 1.888.246.0303 

Love Is Respect – National Teen Dating Abuse Helpline: www.loveisrespect.org, 1-866-331-9474 or 1.866.331.8453 TTY 

Maricopa County Attorney’s Office Victim Services: www.maricopacountyattorney.org/Victim_Services/, 602.506.8522 

Northland Family Help Center: www.northlandfamily.org, 24-Hour Crisis Line: (928) 527-1900 

Our Family Services: www.ourfamilyservices.org, (520) 323-1708 ext. 510 

Southern Arizona Center Against Sexual Assault: 24-Hour Crisis Line: (520) 327-7273 or (800) 400-1001

Information

Arizona State University Wellness & Health Promotion: (480) 965-1996 students.asu.edu/wellness

National Sexual Violence Resource Center: www.nsvrc.org

Male Survivor Support: www.malesurvivor.org

Center for Disease Control: Sexual Violence Prevention: www.cdc.gov/Violenceprevention/sexualviolence/index.html


Gay / Lesbian / Bisexual / Transgender / Questioning 

Information

The Trevor Project (For GLBTQ Youth): www.thetrevorproject.org, 1.866.4.U. TREVOR (1.866.488.7386) 

Wingspan Anti-Violence Crisis Line Toll Free: www.wingspan.org, 520.624.0348 or 1.800.553.9387 

*Q Line – Resources and 24 Hr. Hotline: 800.527.4747 or 480.736.4925 

One n Ten: www.1n10.org/, 602.475.7456 

OutProud: www.outproud.org

ONE Voice Community Center: 1vcc.org, 602.712.0111 

YEP! Youth Empowerment Project: www.1in10.org, 602.277.5166 or 602.754.1175 

Gay and Lesbian National Hotline:www.glbtnationalhelpcenter.org/, 888.843.4564 

Gay, Lesbian, & Straight Education Network: www.glsen.org, 602.705.9780 

PFLAG (Parents, Families and Friends of Lesbians and Gays): www.pflagphoenix.org or info@pflagphoenix.org, 602.843.1404 

Teen Lifeline: www.teenlifeline.org, 602.248.TEEN 

AZ Trans Alliance: aztransalliance@gmail.com, 480.262.1547 

Human & Equal Rights Organizers (HERO): www.herophoenix.com, 602.618.7920 

TransYouth Family Allies: www.imatyfa.org, 888.462.8932

Resources for Questioning Youth: Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual


Mental & Behavioral Health 

Crisis

Southwest Behavioral Health: www.sbhservices.org602.265.8338

Touchstone Behavioral Health: www.touchstonebh.org, 623.930.8705

Depression & Bipolar Support: www.DBSAlliance.org/Arizona, 602.274.0068

EMPACT: www.empact-spc.org, 480.784.1514, crisis line: 480.784.1500

Valle del Sol: www.valledelsol.com, 602.258.6797

Youth & Families First: www.youthandfamiliesfirst.com, 623.435.6840 

Online Colleges: Critical Mental Health Resources for College Students


Substance Abuse

Crisis

Arizona Al-Anon / Alateen: www.al-anon-az.org, 602.249.1257 or 480.969.6144

Narcotics Anonymous: 480.987.4636

Phoenix LAMBDA (LGBTQ AA and NA):www.phxlambda.org, 602.635.2090

Harm Reduction Coalition – Needle Exchange: www.harmreduction.org, 212.213.6376

EPA's Smoke Free Homes: 

Quit Smoking Community: quitsmokingcommunity.org/

Information

Arizona Parents Commission on Drug Education and Prevention: www.powertoprevent.org

Center for Substance Abuse Treatment: www.samhsa.gov/centers/csat2002/csat_frame.html

National Clearinghouse for Alcohol and Drug Abuse Information: www.health.org

Not My Kid (For Parents): www.notmykid.org

Partnership for a Drug Free America: www.drugfree.org


Child Abuse Perpetration Resource/Referral Services (All ages-Counseling)

Crisis

Family TransitionsFamilytransitions.com, 602.955.3429

Grossman & Grossman: www.grossmantherapy.com, 602.468.2077 

A New Leaf: www.turnanewleaf.org/a_new_leaf, 480.969.4024

Youth Development Institute in Phoenix: www.ydi.org, 602.256.5300

Psychological & Consulting Services: pcs-forensic.com, 480.777.8807

The Resolution Group, Mesa: www.trzg.net/Welcome.html, 480.962.9288

Mountain Valley Counseling: 602.870.0972

U-Turn Foundation: 480.634.1163


Other Important Links 

College Student Safety Guide: www.onlinecolleges.net/for-students/student-safety/

Children of the Night Nationwide Helpline: www.childrenofthenight.org, 1.800.551.1300

National Runaway Switchboard: www.nrscrisisline.org, 1.800.621.4000

National Center for Missing & Exploited Children: www.missingkids.org, 1.800.THE.LOST (1.800.843.5678)

Adolescent Directory Online: www.education.indiana.edu/cas/adol/adol.html

Community Information & Referral: www.cirs.org, 602.263.8856

Homeless Resources – Maricopa County: www.phoenix.gov/CITZASST/homedire.html

National GED Hotline: 1.800-62.MY.GED (1.800.626.9433)

Phone Friend (Phone Line for School-Age Home Alone Children): 602.253.9099

Arizona Attorney General’s School Hotline: www.ag.state.az.us/children/school.html, 1.877.900.1086

HomeBase Youth Services: hbys.com, 602.254.7777 or 1.888.254.4297

Speak Up – Report a Weapon Threat at: www.pax.com/speakup, 1.866.SPEAK.UP (1.866.773.2587)

Maricopa County Juvenile Probation: www.superiorcourt.maricopa.gov/JuvenileProbation/index.asp

Veterans Crisis Line: veteranscrisisline.net/ 1-800-273-8255

ASU Counselor Training Center: - 480-965-5067, sls.asu.edu/ctc. Open to everyone. $80 per semester.


HIV / AIDS / STI

Crisis

Southwest Center for HIV/AIDS: www.swhiv.org, 602.307.5330

CDC National AIDS Hotline: www.ashastd.org/nah, 1.800.342.AIDS (1.800.342.1437) | 1.800.342.SIDA (1.800.342.7431) Spanish

TERROS: www.terros.org, 602.685.6086

CDC National STD Hotline: www.ashastd.org/nah, 1.800.227.8922

HIV Care Directions: www.carediretions.org, 602.264.2273

Arizona Dept. of Health Services: www.azdhs.gov, 602.364.3610

Information

ASHA, Teen Sexual Health and STD’s: www.iwannaknow.org

Center for Disease Control, AIDS & HIV page: www.cdc.gov/hiv/dhap.htm – 1.800.232.4636

The Body: www.thebody.com/

Aunt Rita’s Foundation: www.auntritas.org