Survivor's Handbook

The Southern Arizona Center Against Sexual Assault (SACASA) produces a comprehensive Survivor Handbook that is provided during appointments.

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Click here to view Pima County's Sexual Assault Response Plan>>

Links to Arizona Sexual Assault Websites

National Resources

Important Phone Numbers and Community Resources

Emergency 911
Southern Arizona Center Against Sexual Assault 24-Hour Sexual Assault Crisis Line (520) 327-7273
(800) 400-1001
SAAF Anti-Violence Project Support Line (800) 553-9387
Web site
NurseWise Crisis Line
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(866) 495-6735
Web site
University of Arizona Survivor Advocacy Program (520) 621-5767
Web site
VOCA Administration Contact the Arizona Department of Public Safety: VOCA Administration, MD1335 – Civil Rights Coordinator, P.O. Box 6638, Phoenix, AZ 85005-6638 - Email:
Information & Referral (800) 352-3792
CODAC Health, Recovery & Wellness (for outpatient therapy, psychiatry and support; primary care) Main Phone: (520) 327-4505
After-Hours Crisis Line: (520) 202-1950
Domestic Violence Shelters & Counseling
Emerge! Center Against Domestic Abuse Crisis: (520) 622-6347 or (888) 428-0101
Bilingual Line: (520) 573-3637
Voices Against Violence: (520) 881-7201
Su Futuro: (520) 573-3637
SAAF Anti-Violence Project Support Line (800) 553-9387
Web site
Our Family Services (520) 323-1708
 For more shelters, download the full Survivor's Handbook.
Tribal Lands
Tohono O'odham Victim Witness (520) 383-4590
FBI Victim Witness (520) 623-4306
Tohono O'odham Psychological Services (520) 383-6130
Hotlines for Children & Youth
Runaway Hotline (800) 621-4000
National Child Abuse Hotline (800) 422-4453
Department of Child Safety Statewide Reporting Line (888) 767-2445
Las Familias - Child Abuse Counseling for Children & Families (520) 327-7122
Our Family Services (520) 323-1708
Youth on Their Own (520) 293-1136
Important Legal Numbers (in an emergency, dial 911)
Pima County Attorney's Office (520) 724-5600
Pima County Sheriff's Office (520) 351-8411
City of South Tucson Police (520) 622-0655
Tucson Police Department, Adult (520) 791-4492
Tucson Police Department, Juvenile (520) 791-4018
University of Arizona Police Department (520) 621-8273
Victim's Compensation (520) 724-5525
Victim Witness (provides legal and court advocacy) (520) 724-5525
Southern Arizona Legal Aid (legal aid for low-income and immigrants) (520) 623-9461
Health Centers 
El Rio Community Health Center (520) 670-3909
Various locations
Sliding fee medical care, confidential STI testing, confidential pregnancy testing.
Theresa Lee Clinic: Pima County Health Department (520) 724-7900
1493 W. Commerce Court
HIV/STD testing, well-woman health check, teen services, Project C.O.N.T.A.C.T.
Planned Parenthood (800) 230-7526
Various locations
Approximately $15 for confidential pregnancy testing. Sliding scale at some locations for STI testing, pelvic exams, birth control and emergency contraception.
St. Elizabeth's Health Center (520) 628-7871
140 W. Speedway Blvd, Suite 100
Medical and dental care for people with no insurance; sliding scale available.
Southern Arizona AIDS Foundation (SAAF) (520) 6628-7223
375 S. Euclid Avenue
Support, rapid HIV and Hepatitis C testing, sliding scale option.
Kino Teen Center (520) 740-4600
2800 E. Ajo Way
Call for appointment; medical services for teens age 12-21; serves uninsured teens or teens with insurance but want confidential services.
Victim Witness (provides legal and court advocacy) (520) 740-5525
Southern Arizona Legal Aid (legal aid for low-income and immigrants) (520) 623-9461
(800) 640-9465