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Crisis Intervention Phone Numbers
Suicide/Crisis Hotline (Maricopa County) - 480-784-1500
Toll-Free Crisis Hotline (Arizona) - 866-205-5229
Sexual Assault Hotline (Maricopa County) - 480-736-4949
RAINN Sexual Assault Hotline (National) - 800-656-HOPE (4673)
HopeLine Suicide Hotline (National) - 800-SUICIDE (784-2433)

Crisis Intervention Website Links

Arizona Coalition Against Domestic Violence
An advocate representing the needs of domestic violence service providers and the victims they serve throughout Arizona.

Center Against Sexual Abuse
Based in Phoenix the center is the leading provider of prevention, counseling and treatment, and crisis intervention programs for sexual abuse and sexual assault in the State of Arizona.

Child Crisis Center- East Valley, Inc.
Provides temporary shelter in a nurturing environment for children whose well-being is in jeopardy, empowering and strengthening families, and creating change through community education.

Child Protective Services
The Arizona Department of Economic Security responds to reports of abuse and neglect received from family members, friends, neighbors, educational and health professionals and other community members. CPS provides services to families to remedy problems and allow children to remain safely in their homes.

Children With AIDS Project
Offers a variety of services for children infected/affected by AIDS or drug exposed infants who will require foster or adoptive families.

EMPACT Suicide Prevention
Provides 24 hour telephone intervention to people experiencing suicidal crisis. 24 hour Crisis Hotline: 480-784-1500.

Free Arts for Abused Children of Arizona
A nonprofit organization dedicated to providing the healing effects of the arts to abused, neglected and homeless children.

Home Base Youth Services
Outreach and transitional living to homeless and runaway youth, with a safe environment to learn essential life skills that will lead to healthy, independent living. The ultimate goal is to end homelessness among youth.

Tumbleweed Center for Youth Development
Serving abused, troubled and abandoned youths between the ages of 9 and 22.