Resources in Crisis Support
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Provides emergency evaluations over the phone and information regarding unintentional ingestion of unknown or known substances or insect bites.
The 2-1-1 Arizona Information and Referral Services program was founded in 1964 as Community Information and Referral Services and incorporated as a private, nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization in 1979. Solari acquired … Continue reading “AZ 2-1-1 Arizona Information and Referral Services”
The Suicide Prevention Resource Center (SPRC) is the only federally supported resource center devoted to advancing the implementation of the National Strategy for Suicide Prevention. SPRC is funded by the … Continue reading “Suicide Prevention Resource Center”
Provides information on suicide statistics, suicide prevention, suicide awareness community and activities, and suicide prevention and education resources.
Refugee and Immigrant Service Provider Network (RISP-Net) is a collation of refugee service providers in Arizona guiding refugees towards self-sufficiency. The purpose of this website is to provide the community … Continue reading “RISP-Net Refugee and Immigrant Service Provider Network”
Provides resources, information, and support for issues regarding child protection.
Provides assistance with housing, obtaining identification, job search, locating health care, food, and counseling services for the homeless. Also manages a mailbox for individuals experiencing homelessness.
Safe, confidential helplines for Arizona teens in crisis tools to take charge of your wellness.
A hotline for victims of sexual assault that provides a safe conversation and counseling.
Emergency shelter is available for survivors both men and women with children who have experienced domestic violence, sexual assault, elder abuse, and trafficking.
Sarah’s House Foundation, Inc. was founded in Mohave County to offer support to victims of Child Abuse and Domestic Violence with several agencies joining together to form the first victim … Continue reading “Sarah’s House Child and Family Advocacy Center”