AZ Advocates & Crime Victim Resources

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    Links to advocates & Crime Victim Resources in the State of AL. Also includes help for Domestic and Family Violence.
     
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    Arizona Domestic Violence Resources

    Resources by state on violence against women
    Below is a list of resources for women who have experienced abuse.
    If you do not find your state in this list, please contact the National Domestic Violence Hotline (NDVH) for assistance in locating programs in your area. You can reach the NDVH at 800-799-SAFE (7233) or TDD 800-787-3224.

    Organizations are listed by state. The District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands are also included. Click on any state name to jump to its organizations. Click any organization name for program and contact information.
     
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    Arizona Coalition Against Domestic Violence (ACADV)
    2800 N. Central Ave, Suite 1570
    Phoenix, AZ 85004
    Toll-free phone number(s):
    (800) 782-6400

    Phone number(s):
    (602) 279-7270 (TTY)
    (602) 279-2900

    Fax: (602) 279-2980
    E-mail address: acadv@azcadv.org
    Web site address: http://www.azcadv.org/
     
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    Arizona Judicial Branch Domstic Violence Information


    WARNING: An abuser can tell what Internet sites you have visited on your computer. The safest way to find information on the internet is to go to a safer computer. Suggestions are: a local library, a friend's house or your workplace. Other safety suggestions: change your password often, do not pick obvious words or numbers for your password, and pick a combination of letters and numbers for your password. There are other ways to protect your safety on the Internet. Learn more at: http://new.abanet.org/domesticviolence/Pages/default.aspx

    View Protective Order Forms and Guidesheets

    Other helpful Links:
    Virtual Court Tour
    Committee on the Impact of Domestic Violence and the Courts
    Victim Restitution Resources
     
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