Su Voz Vale
Su Voz Vale (Your Voice Counts) is a bilingual and bicultural program offering services to victims of sexual violence from Tucson’s south, west and southwest areas and the City of South Tucson. Su Voz Vale offers a variety of services, all available in English and/or Spanish.
Su Voz Vale is located at:
El Pueblo Neighborhood Center
101 West Irvington Road, Suite 3-A
Tucson, AZ 85714
Phone: (520) 434-0195
Crisis Intervention and Advocacy
Support and information is available in person and/or over the phone for survivors and their families. No appointment is necessary. Advocates provide on-going personal advocacy for program participants. This includes working on criminal and immigration cases, and going with clients to a variety of different appointments. Read about SACASA's Crisis Intervention and Advocacy Services here.
Su Voz Vale provides specialized, long-term therapy for individuals, couples, families and groups in English and/or Spanish. Read more about SACASA's Therapy services here.
The Cafecito is a weekly, confidential support group for women in Spanish that meets every Wednesday from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at the El Pueblo Neighborhood Center, Room 5B.
Battered Immigrant Women's Taskforce
Su Voz Vale participates in the Pima County Battered Immigrant Women’s Taskforce, part of the Southern Arizona Battered Immigrant Women’s Project. The goal of the Taskforce is to improve access to culturally appropriate services for immigrant families who are victims of domestic and sexual violence, thereby ensuring their rights under the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA).
The project’s focus includes community based research and analysis of gaps in services for this population, education and training for professionals in the criminal justice system, medical and victim services systems on the rights provided under VAWA for this community, public awareness to raise community awareness about these issues, and enhancement of victim advocacy throughout rural Pima County.
The Taskforce operates through a federal grant in partnership with The Governor’s Office for Children, Youth and Families – Division for Women, which coordinates this project.