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One in four women and one in five teens in Arizona will experience domestic or dating violence in their lifetime.  

Domestic Violence can take many forms including:

  • ​​​​​​Physical and Sexual Violence

  • ​​​​Threats

  • Isolation

  • Emotional Insults 

  • Economic Deprivation.  

Domestic Violence Roadmap

The City of Phoenix is committed to end domestic violence within our community.   As a result,  a collaboration of more than 50 community, private and public organizations drafted a five-year plan under the leadership of the Mayor and City Council.  The plan is entitled  ”A Road Map to Excellence: Making the City of Phoenix a National Leader in Preventing and Ending Domestic Violence.   A  Mission Statement and Overview of the plan is also available.​
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Paint Phoenix Purple

Paint Phoenix Purple is a campaign to raise awareness about domestic violence.  The City of Phoenix and more than 50 partners including businesses, civic organizations, educational institutions and faith communities are working together to create a culture where domestic violence is no longer tolerated.  Here are a few ways you can help Paint Phoenix Purple!​

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Visit the paintphoenixpurple.org  website for more information and resources to help raise awareness.


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​The Family Advocacy Center 

The City of Phoenix Family Advocacy Center (FAC) provides comprehensive services and trauma informed support to victims of domestic and sexual violence, homicide, and other violent crimes; and to take a leadership role in educating the community about the impact of violence. 

The FAC serves as one central location for victims of violence to receive a wide range of ​services. Through partners​hips with community-based organizations and other City departments, the FAC provides comprehensive victim advocacy, counseling, case management, support groups forensic medical examinations, and investigative interviews.  

The Family Advocacy Center is open Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., with the exception of government recognized holidays. 

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          Contact Us

          Phoenix Family Advocacy Center
          2120 N. Central Avenue, 2nd Floor
          Phoenix, AZ 85004
          Phone: 602-531-2120




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