A list of Tribal Victim Advocates/Victim Advocacy within the State of Arizona. Advocates provide information, support, and resources, help with protective orders, help with submitting Victim Impact Statements and Restitution information, and generally guiding victims through every stage of a case.
The Family Advocacy Center (FAC) provides a safe, secure and healing environment for the investigation of cases involving child abuse and neglect by utilizing a collaborative, multi-disciplinary team to reduce further trauma to children and other vulnerable victims, while honoring the cultural values and traditions of the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community.
The Tohono O’odham Nation Division of Behavioral Health’s mission is to provide a safe haven of caring and confidential behavioral health treatment for Tohono O’odham members and other eligible Native Americans who seek support in their healing journey.
Tribal Social Services (TSS) provides a variety of programs designed to care, serve and protect vulnerable children, adults and elders who are members of the Gila River Indian Community or live within the community.
Gila River Indian Community Domestic Violence Crisis Line
Crisis Line: 1-855-203-5849
Provides emergency shelter for victims of domestic violence. Client services include crisis intervention, needs assessment, information and referrals, court preparation and advocacy, and help getting Temporary Restraining Orders.
To advise and guide the staff and Governing Board on training and technical assistance (T/TA) approaches, data inclusion, resource development/funding opportunities, policy development and tribal and on-site trainings with activities that come directly from the voices and presence of the LGBTQ/2S Community.
We provide Consulting Services to programs in Tribal, State, Federal, non-profit and for-profit agencies. Topic areas include domestic violence, sexual assault, human trafficking, MMIWG, youth empowerment and engaging boys & men in addressing violence.
To provide accessible holistic patient centered care, to empower our community to achieve the highest quality health and well-being. Our unique service to the urban Phoenix Native American population and others we serve is honored as we are chosen as their medical home within the available health care community.
SAFESTAR is a unique model of care that draws upon the strength and resilience of Indigenous women to put an end to sexual violence, while also providing compassionate and holistic care for women and teen victims.
As part of our mission to serve our whole community, NATIVE HEALTH is committed to providing friendly medical care to the LGBTQ Community at our health centers. We look forward to serving you!
Sacaton, AZ PH: 1-866-312-2290
Our Mission is to provide quality legal services to people who would not otherwise have equal access to justice, in ways which affirm their individual and collective dignity, integrity, and power.
Native PFLAG’s goal is to keep families together and foster the traditional teachings of being LGBT/Two-Spirit. To facilitate this goal, we provide a safe place for ALL members of the family to share their feelings and experiences with others who have been down the same road.