If you’re in a dangerous situation or you’re worried about the warning signs of your partner becoming physically, verbally and/or emotionally abusive, the links below have helpful guides and resources in order to identify interpersonal violence but also to get help. There are safe places where you can reach out and receive support you may need.


    Oasis Sexual Assault and Trauma Services (Oasis) provides counseling support to UA students of all genders who are impacted by sexual assault, relationship violence, and stalking. To make an appointment with UA Counseling and Psych Services (CAPS), call (520) 621-3334 Monday-Friday, 8am-5pm, or go to the third floor of Campus Health at Highland Commons (near 6th and Highland) and request an appointment with the Mental Health Clinician for Sexual Assault and Trauma Services. If your situation is an emergency, you may request to be seen immediately. You may be asked to meet with a CAPS counselor if the Mental Health Clinician for Sexual Assault and Trauma Services is not immediately available. 

  • More information on Counseling Services at UA


  • DRC is the campus department designated by the University to ensure access to University classes, programs and activities for disabled individuals on main campus, UA South, Phoenix campus and UA Online. A goal of the DRC is that your student experience is similar, if not identical, to that of your peers. DRC facilitates access by determining reasonable accommodations or by redesigning aspects of a University experience to be inclusive of all participants.

  • More information on the DRC at UA



  •  Banner-University Medical Center
    1625 N Campbell Ave
    (520) 694-0111
    UMC is equipped with a quiet room, so the survivor does not have to wait in the lobby. 
    This hospital is equipped to provide medical forensic exams. 
  • Emerge Domestic Violence Program
    Provides domestic abuse crisis intervention and housing, prevention, education, support, and advocacy services. 

    For immediate help, call their multilingual hotline to get started. Hotline specialists are ready to take your call 24/7520-795-4266 or 1-888-428-0101.

  • Southern Arizona AIDS Foundation Anti-Violence Programs
    Works to prevent, respond to and end all forms of violence against and within the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and questioning communities of southern Arizona. SAAF Anti-Violence Project 24 hr. bilingual crisis line: 520-624-0348 800-553-9387

  • Southern Arizona Center Against Sexual Assault (SACASA)
    Provides crisis services, advocacy, support, therapy and education for individuals and families impacted by sexual trauma. SACASA provides a safe place for survivors to heal, gain strength, learn coping skills, and develop trusting, caring relationships. 24-Hour Hotline at (520) 327-7273 or toll free at (800) 400-1001

  • Tucson Medical Center
    5301 E. Grant (west of Craycroft)
    (520) 527-5461
    TMC is equipped with a quiet room, so the survivor does not have to wait in the lobby. 
    This hospital is equipped to provide medical forensic exams. 

  • Southern Arizona Legal Aid
    SALA's services include legal counseling and advice concerning legal rights and responsibilities, limited services such assistance with completing legal documents, outreach, referrals, self-help clinics and representation in court and in administrative hearings.


  • Arizona Coalition to End Sexual and Domestic Violence
    The Sexual and Domestic Violence Helpline and Chat provides information and answers questions relating to Sexual and Domestic Violence Services in Arizona including the legal system, your legal rights, resource and referral, and safety planning.

    (602) 279-2900  |  (800) 782-6400  |  TTY (602) 279-7270

  • Love Is Respect (Healthy Relationships)
    Offers help and resources on healthy relationships and dating abuse including referrals and legal help.

  • Rainn (Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence)
    Non-profit organization that shares useful tips to prevent sexual violence and increase your safety in situations where alcohol may be involved.

  • Know Your IX


We are support you and will not reveal any information related to your immigration status without your permission. Prior to filing a complaint we will work with you to seek counsel from immigration/anti-gender violence lawyer in order to ensure your protection. We can connect you with counsel both at a local and national level. Below are some of the local and national organizations that we can connect you with for services: 

Southern Arizona Legal Aid

The National Immigrant Women's Advocacy Project

American Immigration Lawyers Association

Immigrant Legal Resource Center

Legal Momentum