Domestic Violence Article


Pima County Resources for Domestic Violence

Pima County Resources for Domestic Violence

Pima County Superior Court, 110 W. Congress, Tucson, AZ 85701

General Information (520) 740-4200 TDD: (520) 740-8887

Clerk of the Court (520) 740-3200

Conciliation Court (520) 740-5590

Domestic Violence - Abuse Crisis Counseling

Administration of Resources and Choices Crisis Line 520-566-1919

Arizona Child Abuse or Neglect Hotline (CPS) 1-888-SOS-CHILD (1-888-767-2445)

Arizona Coalition Against Domestic Violence 1-800-782-6400

Boys Town National Hotline (24 Hours) 1-800-448-3000 TTY:1-800-448-1833  

Casa de los Ninos/Tucson (520)624-5600

Community Partnership Of Southern Arizona 1-800-771-9889

Emerge Center Against Domestic Abuse (24 hour bilingual Crisis Hotline) (520) 795-4266, (888) 428-0101

SAMHC (Crisis Hotline) (520) 622-6000

National Domestic Violence Hotline 800-799-SAFE(7233) TTY 1-800-787-7224

Parents Anonymous of AZ (Crisis Hotline) 1-800-352-0528

Southern Arizona Child & Family Advocacy Center (520)319-5511

Tobono O'odham/Papago Tribes - Sells (520)383-4590

Tucson Rape Crisis (Sexual Abuse/Sexual Assault)24 hours (520)327-1171

1-800-400-1001

Wingspan Domestic Violence Project (Lesbian, Gay, Bi & Transgender) 24 hours (520)624-0348 1-800-553-9387

Domestic Violence - Counseling for Abusers

Catholic Social Services (520)623-0344

Our Family Services (520)323-1708

Parents Anonymous of AZ (Crisis Hotline) 1-800-352-0528

Reflection Family Services Inc. (520)795-0981

Domestic Violence - Shelters/Safe Houses;

Administration of Resources and Choices (Elder Abuse) (520)327-2665

(24 hr) (520)566-1919

Boys Town National Hotline (24 Hours) 1-800-448-3000 TTY:1-800-448-1833

Emerge Center Against Domestic Abuse (24 hour bilingual Crisis Hotline) (520) 795-4266, (888) 428-0101

Casa Amparo - South Tucson (Crisis Hotline) (520)746-1501

Casa de Los Ninos (Children) (520)624-5600

Our  Family Services  (520)323-1708

Salvation Army (520)622-5411

New Beginnings for Women & Children - Tucson (520)292-0648

Tucson Center for Women & Children/AVA Crisis Center (520)795-4266 (520)795-4880

1-888-428-0101

Information Resources

Community Information and Referral(24 hours) 602-263-8856

1-800-352-3792

Contact Shelter Hotline-24 Hour Information & Referral (602)263-8856

1-800-352-3792

Jewish Family and Children's Services (520)795-0300 ext 228

Parent Assistance Hotline (Information on Parents' Legal Rights) 1-800-732-8193

Indian Health Service (Tucson), San Xavier Health Service (520)295-2550

Sue Miles-Dyson, Director, Adult Diversion I (520)740-5596

Legal Services

Southern Arizona Legal Aid (520)623-9465

Victim Rights and Witness Assist Program

AZ State Attorney General (602)542-4911

Orders of Protection/Injunctions Against Harassment

Marana Municipal Court (520)682-3980

Oro Valley Municipal Court (520)297-4780

Sahuarita Municipal Court (520)648-0658

South Tucson Municipal Court (520)792-2424

Tucson Municipal Court (520)791-2570

Ajo Justice Court (520)387-7684

Green Valley Justice Court (520)648-0658

Tucson Justice Court (520)740-3505

Tucson Police Dept. (520)791-2520

Clerk of the Superior Court (520)740-3210

Victim Rights and Witness Assist Program

AZ State Attorney General (602)542-4911

Victim Services

Casa de Los Ninos - Family Visitation Services (520)624-5600 Ex.401

Pima County Attorney Victim Witness Program (520)740-5525


Comments:

On 9/28/08
Deena said
TCWC and Brewster have merged, and are now called Emerge. There are also many more Batterers Programs, listed on the ADHS website , as well as a DV prevention class at Old Pueblo Counseling.

On 5/28/08
Cindy said
I see all these places and phone numbers,but not a one was able to help me at any level,especially in a time of need.I called these numbers and such was in a shelter no one could help me get my son back from my brother,except CPS.

QUESTIONS

  • If I have an order of protection and my ex- husband and or wife wants to live near by so that our child could walk to his mothers our father's house, what are the laws for this , I asked the judge, and he said that in the order of protection they no longer state a specific distance however the judge advised me to seek legal advice.
  • How do I get help my husbands drinking has got out of control.It's lead to extreme emotional and physical abuse. Want to save my marriage he admits he's an alcoholic. Keeps drinking.We have a son
  • What happens with a order of protection when the plaintiff contacts the defendant?
  • Was arrested Friday at 2100 hours for aggressive assault D.V. in Arizona, I live in another state. Had my pre-hearing, the victim did not show up. Was told about the infraction and what can happen and given a bond. The judge stated that after 48 hours, if the there was no filing the case would be drop. The sheet from the court states the 48 hours on the bottom of the sheet. Can the state uphold what is on the sheet from the judge's court order. And if 48 hours has gone by, is the case dropped?
  • If someone was convicted of domestic violence 3 years ago, can they by any way file any motions to get the fines reduced by the court? or file for any motions to set aside the conviction?
  • My husband recently took a plea agreement and though he was signing for disorderly conduct. Once we got the paperwork home it indicates that it is domestic violence. There is also several other items on the form that were not told by us by the prosecutor. Can we appeal? Both "victims" in this case were trying to call an ambulance, not the police. They have both written letters stating that they were never in any danger and told the police that evening when they came. Also, the defendant signed the plea just hours after leaving the hospital.We feel duped into taking this plea.
  • Can I leave the county with my daughter if I am trying to better my life by getting out of a violent marriage that I am divorcing from anyway?
  • after being arrested about 10 years ago, the attorneys office denied the case from the arresting department due to lack of evidence. Charges were never filed with the state, however the arrest record still has to be researched with every background check. is there a way to have this removed from public record since there was never even a case or conviction?
  • i lived in home and left due to domestic violence. the property manger recieved my order of protection and allowed me to vacate. 6 years later my check is being garnished for unpaid rent and attorney fees. they got a judgement from the court and a collection agency is who garnished my check. i have to pay over 4000 dollars. I thought since domestic vioelnece i was able to leave according to 33-318.
  • What ramifications can occur if both plaintiff and defendant want to drop the Protection Order and disobeyed the order by getting back together. They are married.

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OTHER LEGAL RESOURCES

  • State Bar of Arizona
    www.azbar.org
  • Maricopa County Bar
    www.maricopabar.org
    Referral number 602-257-4434
  • Pima County Bar
    www.pimacountybar.org
    Referral number 520-623-4625
  • National Domestic Violence Hotline
    800-799-7233
  • Bankruptcy Court Self Help Center
    866-553-0893
  • Certified Legal Document Preparer Program
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