Phoenix Family Advocacy Center Partners

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​The Family Advocacy Center's multidisciplinary team includes both city and community partners. Here is a listing of those organizations:​

City of Phoenix Human Services Department
Human Services
Staff from the City of Phoenix Human Services Department provide advocacy services for victims of personal crime including domestic and sexual violence, elder abuse, stalking, vehicular fatalities, physical assault, child abuse and neglect.  

City of Phoenix Police Department Family Investigatio​ns Bureau
Contact Police

A unique, victim-oriented, collaborative approach is used to investigate, intervene and prosecute domestic violence, sexual and physical abuse cases.  

City of Phoenix Fire Department Crisis Response Unit
Fire Safety

The Crisis Response (CR) Unit responds to the Family Advocacy Center (FAC) after hours to help victims of sexual assault. Victims receive crisis intervention, referral services and transportation when needed. 

A New Leaf

A New Leaf's Advocacy Center staff provide short-term counseling services for victims of domestic violence and other types of personal crime such as assault, vehicular fatalities and homicide.  

EMPACT's Trauma Healing Services Department staff provide counseling (including counseling for Spanish speaking and LGBT victims), support group and a 24 hour crisis hotline.  These services are available to victims of sexual assault.

Jewish Family and Children's Service (JFCS)

The Shelter Without Walls program is a non-residential comprehensive support program that helps survivors of domestic violence and their children achieve and maintain safety and self-sufficiency.  Services assist participants in addressing housing, employment, healthcare, childcare, transportation and emotional healing to address needs while building independent lives free from abuse. 

Through a partnership with HonorHealth's Forensic Nurse Examiner program, the cente​r provides exams for victims.  Advocacy services are provided to victims. Referrals are available for additional supportive services that may be needed by victims.