Arizona Community Resources (and some select national programs), supporting those facing:
1. On-line Pornography addiction and cyber crime against children.
2. Arizona Crisis Lines and Community Resources (Comprehensive)
3. Shelters / Emergency Housing / Homeless Support
4. Child Abuse Prevention and Intervention
5. Sex Trafficking Prevention and Intervention Services
6. Addictions Assistance
7. Financial Assistance
8. Healing Programs and Education and Counseling
9. Police and Government Law Enforcement -Vice, Tip Line and Victim’s Assistance
Eventually I hope to add help for health needs.
1. ON-LINE PORNOGRAPHY ADDICTION AND CYBER CRIME AGAINST CHILDREN
Covenant Eye’s services help you and your loved ones live free from pornography through setting up monitoring and accountability partners.
At CovenantEyes.com use code HOPE222
bark provides automatic alerts to signs of depression, cyberbullying, online predators, adult content, and more. www.bark.us/?ref=CHJJQTR
2. ARIZONA CRISIS LINES and COMMUNITY RESOURCES (COMPREHENSIVE)
Teen Lifeline: 1 (800) 248-TEEN (8336)
Christian Teen Helpline: 1 (800) 394-HOPE (4673)
National Runaway Switchboard: 1 (800) 621-4000
National Sexual Assault Hotline: 1 (800) 656-HOPE (4673)
The Childhelp National Child Abuse Hotline: (1-800) 422-4453
Domestic Violence Hotline: 1-800-799-7233
National Suicide Prevention Hotline: 1-800-273-8255
Teen Resources: https://dcs.az.gov/services/teen-resources
When life is overwhelming, if someone is worried about a loved one, or if someone just needs to talk, Crisis Response Network provides immediate and confidential help. Just press 211 for quick connect. www.crisisnetwork.org
Warm Line: (602) 347-1100 Warm Line staff can relate to behavioral health situations because many have been through the same experiences themselves. Warm Line specialists offer peer support for callers who just need someone to talk to.
Southern Arizona SMI Determination: (855) 832-2866
How Crisis Response Network can help:
– Available 24/7: Trained crisis intervention specialists are available around the clock, every day of the year, to help over the phone.
– The Crisis Line is confidential and is open to anyone who needs help.
– Non-English speaking callers will receive assistance in their own language.
– Our specialists can help in many ways, including:
- Talking to you and helping you calm down;
- Talking about your worries about a loved one;
- Helping you deal with difficult relationships;
- Talking about thoughts of suicide;
- Sending help to meet you in the community;
- Getting you somewhere that’s safe (transportation);
- Helping you arrange counseling or connecting you to a community resource near you;
- Providing emotional support to children who have been removed from their homes;
- Stabilizing violent or threatening situations;
- Presenting options for dealing with other urgent situations; and,
- Helping you identify your resources for care.
- If your crisis cannot be solved over the phone, CRN may dispatch mobile clinicians to meet you where you are.
3. SHELTERS / EMERGENCY HOUSING / HOMELESS SUPPORT
UMOM New Day Centers 3333 East Van Buren Street Phoenix, AZ 85008
(P) 602-275-7852 https://umom.org
UMOM restores hope and rebuilds lives by
providing shelter, services and affordable
housing for people experiencing
CONTACS (Community Network for Accession Shelter): Emergency or transitional shelter beds for victims of domestic violence and homelessness; 24 hours / 7 days bilingual hotline: 1-800-799-7739 www.phoenix.gov/CITZASST/contacse.html
Phoenix, Arizona Area Listings by Shelter: www.ywcaaz.org/resources YWCA – Watkins 24 Hour Emergency Shelter Hotline: 1-800-799-7739
4. CHILD ABUSE PREVENTION AND INTERVENTION
Arizona Department of Child Safety A report of suspected child abuse, neglect, exploitation or abandonment is a responsible attempt to protect a child. Arizona law requires certain persons who suspect that a child has received non-accidental injury or has been neglected to report their concerns to DCS or local law enforcement (ARS §13-3620.A). YOU may be a child’s only advocate at the time you report the possibility of abuse or neglect. Children often tell a person with whom they feel safe about abuse or neglect. If a child tells you of such experiences, act to protect that child by calling the toll free Arizona Child Abuse Hotline at 1-888-SOS-CHILD (1-888-767-2445). To learn more see: https://dcs.az.gov/services/suspect-abuse-report-it-now
The Childhelp National Child Abuse Hotline (1-800) 422-4453 is dedicated to the prevention of child abuse. Serving the U.S. and Canada, the hotline is staffed 24 hours a day, 7 days a week with professional crisis counselors who—through interpreters—provide assistance in over 170 languages. The hotline offers crisis intervention, information, and referrals to thousands of emergency, social service, and support resources. All calls are confidential.
Childhelp Children’s Center of Arizona: 602-271-4500, www.childhelp.org
2120 North Central Avenue, Suite 130, Phoenix, AZ 85004
Childhelp has served abused and neglected children by providing treatment, intervention, and investigation services in a child-friendly and child-centric environment. The goal of the Center is to provide services that address the immediate safety and complete well-being of children referred to the Center.
Agnes Center for Domestic Solutions: Working with both victims and perpetrators (including anger management) to break the cycle of violence. www.agnescenters.com
Office: (480) 664-6554, Appointment Line (480) 664-6554
455 S 48th Street Suite 106, Tempe, AZ 85281
MONDAY – SATURDAY 8:00 AM-8:00 PM
5. SEX TRAFFICKING PREVENTION AND INTERVENTION SERVICES
MOMA’s House (Residential), (480) 309-9853 www.momashouse.org
“My Own Movement toward Achievement” (MOMA’s) house is a non-profit organization that began offering transitional housing, restorative services and economic advancement opportunities to adult female victims of domestic violence in Phoenix. Their target group is women without custodial children aged 18 to 25 who are struggling to overcome the effects of childhood abuse. In 2010, they were approached by the Phoenix (Vice) Police Department due to the gap in housing and services for adult female victims of sex trafficking and because they had prior experience with victims who had not been involved in any law enforcement investigation.
Streetlight USA: 623-435-0900 www.streetlightusa.org
StreetLightUSA provides crisis intervention, stabilization and housing, through a variety of programs and services tailored to meet the needs of young girls at risk for and victims of child sex trafficking.
Red Light Rebellion (Prevention): 602-734-5635, email@example.com, http://redlightrebellion.org/
Our mission is to educate and empower students to fight the injustice of child sex slavery. Through our Awareness and Action Campaigns we seek to educate students to prevent them from coercion into the sex trade, and empower them to build an army of young people fighting for other young people. To prevent sex trafficking we have to go beyond simply talking about exploitation; we must address the brokenness that makes us vulnerable to predators in the first place. Whether it is a broken family or fierce independence, when students recognize their personal vulnerabilities to predators they develop resiliency to manipulation surrounding those parts of their stories. And when we can introduce Jesus to their stories, resilience naturally follows.
Bring the program to your school, youth group, student organization, church, community, parent groups, etc: FORM: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSf0wH_3jW6Gpo8C7DTOZDlgM3D2FKM2Y3AUPhqIoSB_qw3OPg/viewform
Phoenix Dream Center: 602.346.8700
Various programs, including Human Trafficking : https://www.phxdreamcenter.org/humantrafficking
6. ADDICTIONS ASSISTANCE
Teen Challenge of Arizona (for teens and adults) – Residential addictions programs: 1-800-346-7859, www.tcaz.org
“At DrugRehab.com, our mission is to equip patients and families with the best information, resources and tools to overcome addiction and pursue lifelong recovery. We are here to help you or your loved one every step of the way.” Please also check their site for LOTS of helpful information on various drugs as they relate to addiciton issues, Treatment options and Resources and Active rEcovery resources.
7. FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE
8. HEALING PROGRAMS and EDUCATION and COUNSELING
Hope Women’s Center: www.hopewomenscenter.org/who-we-are
We offer a holistic approach to the hurts of life by addressing each facet of a woman and providing her with tools and resources to discover her true value and worth. Our programs are based on incentive so that women earn “points” for attending our education classes (faith based and life skills), or meeting 1-on-1 with a mentor or participating in a support group. Parent University, clothing, food, utilities, pregnancy testing, foster care.
9. POLICE AND GOVERNMENT LAW ENFORCEMENT
Phoenix Police Department Vice Hotline (24 hrs): 602-426-0827
Phoenix Vice Tip Line (msg.): 602-454-2771
Phoenix Police Victim’s Advocate: 602-763-3916
Arizona Department of Pubic Safety: Sgt – 602-478-3389, Duty Officer: 602-223-2212
Federal Bureau of Investigation – Local Office: 623-466-1999
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