Victim Assistance

This page is dedicated to resources to help victims and their families.

Our mission is to provide you with the knowledge and resources you need to feel safe. If you need help please do not hesitate to contact Victim Services.

Arizona Attorney General has a detailed Crime Victim Guide.

Below are resources designed for specific types of crimes:

Sexual Assault

Adult & Teen

Sexual and domestic violence resources in AZ September 2018 (PDF)

Common Feelings of Survivors of Sexual Assault (PDF)

How People Cope (PDF)

Recovering From Rape and Sexual Trauma (PDF)

The Truth About Sexual Abuse (PDF)

Taking Care of Yourself (PDF)

Sexual Violence in the News (PDF)

Sex or Sexual Abuse? (PDF)

Acquaintance rape

Information for Parents and Caregivers (PDF)

What Do I Do Now? (PDF)

For friends and family

How to Help a Friend or Family Member (PDF)

Teen Sexual Assault for Parents (PDF)


What to do if Your Child Discloses Sexual Abuse (PDF)

Coping with the Emotional Stress of the Legal System (PDF)

Child Sexual Abuse Fact Sheet for Parents, Teachers, Caregivers (PDF)

Helping  Children Cope with Trauma (PDF)

Helping Young Children Heal (PDF)

Q&A About Child Sexual Abuse (PDF)

Q&A About Child Sexual Abuse Treatment (PDF)

Understanding Traumatic Stress in Children (PDF)

Victim Grooming (PDF)

Early Childhood Trauma (PDF)

Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Questioning (LGBTQ)

Get Support (PDF)

Child Trauma (PDF)

Yavapai County Resources (PDF)

Transgender Sexual Violence Survivor’s Partners Guide (PDF)

Online Safety/Sexting

How to Have the Sexting Talk with Your Kid (PDF)

How to Talk to Your Kids About Sexting (PDF)

Tip Sheet for Talking to Your Kids About Sexting (PDF)

Sexting Education Guide (PDF)

Staying Safe While Staying Connected (PDF)

Healthy Sexual Development 

Overview of Healthy Childhood Sexual Development (PDF)

Promoting Healthy Development (PDF)

Sexual Development and Behavior in Children (PDF)

Understanding and Coping with Sexual Behavior Problems (PDF)

Criminal Justice System 

What to Expect at a Criminal Trial (PDF)

How a Case Moves Through the Court System (PDF)

Flow Chart (PDF)

Information for Arizona’s Victims of Crime (PDF)

Yavapai County Resource Numbers (PDF)

Stress and Coping

Bullying (PDF)

Emotional and Psychological Trauma (PDF)

Finding a Therapist Who Can Help You Heal (PDF)

Getting Better Sleep (PDF)

Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) (PDF)

Human Trafficking

Continued Presence (PDF)

National Human Trafficking Hotline (PDF)

National Human Trafficking Hotline Spanish (PDF)

LGBTQ Sex Trafficking (PDF)

Safety Tips for LGBTQ Youth (PDF)


Child Abuse 

A report of suspected child abuse, neglect, exploitation or abandonment is a responsible attempt to protect a child. Arizona law requires certain persons who suspect that a child has received non-accidental injury or has been neglected to report their concerns to DCS or local law enforcement (ARS §13-3620.A). YOU may be a child’s only advocate at the time you report the possibility of abuse or neglect. Children often tell a person with whom they feel safe about abuse or neglect. If a child tells you of such experiences, act to protect that child by calling the toll free Arizona Child Abuse Hotline at 1-888-SOS-CHILD (1-888-767-2445).

Report Child Abuse or Neglect

Arizona Child Abuse Hotline

1-888-SOS-CHILD (1-888-767-2445)

Domestic Violence 

National Domestic Violence Hotline

Arizona Coalition Against Domestic Violence

Arizona Department of Economic Security 

Arizona 2-1-1 Community Information and Referral Services 

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention - Intimate Partner Violence

Stepping Stones Agencies