Domestic Violence Article


Yavapai County Resources for Domestic Violence

Yavapai County Resources for Domestic Violence

Yavapai County Superior Court, 120 S. Cortez, Prescott, AZ

Presiding Judge (928) 771-3312

Clerk of the Court (928) 771-3312

Court Administration (928) 771-3483

Law Library (928) 771-3309

Domestic Violence - Abuse Crisis Counseling

Arizona Child Abuse or Neglect Hotline (CPS) 1-888-SOS-CHILD (1-888-767-2445)

Arizona Coalition Against Domestic Violence 1-800-782-6400

Behavioral Health Agency of Central Arizona Crisis Line (520)836-2880

Boys Town National Hotline (24 Hours) 1-800-448-3000 TTY:1-800-448-1833

Stepping Stone Shelter (928)772-4184

West Yavapai Guidance Clinic (928)445-5211

National Domestic Violence Hotline 800-799-SAFE(7233) TTY 1-800-787-7224

Parents Anonymous of AZ (Crisis Hotline) 1-800-352-0528

Regional Behavioral Health Authority (928)774-2070

Turning Point Youth Crisis Shelter (928)778-7900

1-888-719-1008

Verde Valley Guidance Clinic (928)634-2236

West Yavapai Guidance Center (General) (928)445-7730

Yavapai/Apache Tribes - Camp Verde (928)567-3649

Yavapai Family Advocacy Center (Prescott Valley) (928)775-0669

Domestic Violence - Counseling for Abusers

Horizon Human Services of Central Arizona Crisis Line (520)836-1688

Parents Anonymous of AZ (Crisis Hotline) 1-800-352-0528

TASC-treatment Assessment Screening Center (victims & court ordered) (928)445-6844

Verde Valley Guidance Clinic (928)634-2236

West Yavapai Guidance Center (928)445-7730 (928)445-5211

Domestic Violence - Shelters/Safe Houses; (24 hours)

Boys Town National Hotline (24 Hours) 1-800-448-3000 TTY:1-800-448-1833

Faith House (928)445-4673

Inter Mountain (928)778-0351

Stepping Stones (Prescott) (928)445-4673

Turning Point Youth Crisis Shelter (928)778-7900

1-888-719-1008

Verde Valley Sanctuary (928)634-2511

Information Resources

Community Information and Referral(24 hours) 602-263-8856

1-800-352-3792

Contact Shelter Hotline-24 Hour Information & Referral (602)263-8856

1-800-352-3792

Parent Assistance Hotline (Information on Parents' Legal Rights) 1-800-732-8193

Legal Services

Community Legal Services - Prescott (928)445-9240

1-800-233-5114

Victim Rights and Witness Assist Program

AZ State Attorney General (602)542-4911

Victim Witness Program - Prescott (928)771-3485

Victim Witness Program - Verde Valley (928)567-7757

Orders of Protection/Injunctions Against Harassment

Camp Verde Municipal Court (928)567-6635

Chino Valley Municipal Court (928)636-4534

Clarkdale Municipal Court (928)634-1691

Cottonwood Municipal Court (928)634-9770

Jerome Municipal Court (928) 634-1691

Prescott Municipal Court (928)771-3300

Sedona Municipal Court (928)282-1189

Bagdad Justice Court (928)633-2141

Yarrnell Justice Court (928)427-3318

Verde Valley Justice Court (928)567-7715

Mayer Justice Court (928)632-7342

Prescott Justice Court (928)771-3300

Seligman Justice Court (928)422-3281

Clerk of the Superior Court (928)771-3312

Victim Services

Victim Rights and Witness Assist Program Yavapai County Attorney Victim Witness Program (928) 771-3485

AZ State Attorney General (602)542-4911


Comments:

QUESTIONS

  • If a relative has lived in your home for than a year and domedtic violence was involved, do i have to give her notice before I get rid of her belongings
  • Is there a law or work on a law regarding couples involved in domestic violence requiring them to seek counseling separately. Or, more specifically, if doing counseling with a couple when domestic violence is apparent, are therapists then required to refer to separate therapists for the individuals of the couple?
  • My teenage daughter and I were both arrest for domestic violence and both of us were prosecuted. Same case yet we were both identified as defendants which very effectively eliminated any accountability especially by the courts to address "Victim's Rights" at all. The words "dominate aggressor" does not exist , at least not in the statues in AZ. So my question is: How do the courts justify this? Is this ethical? Every justification so far has been absolutely absurd. Have you thought this through at all? Obviously: no victim, double fees, more income, more DV programs as Dual arrests increase
  • My baby mom got a order of protection against me for both her and my son. After my 1 hr supervised visitation she is required to leave the area immediately but she waits around. The director of the program witness and she made a 3rd party affidavit confirming that she waits when she shouldn't. She also says she hears the extremely inappropriate things my son says. She made a police report stating I was following her BUT she should of been 20 minutes away from the area . I got arrested beat the case and now I want legal actions done against her ? What would be my first step What kind of lawyer
  • I am wondering what this means: 7/28/2015 CAL: NON-WIT PROB REV HRNG 7/1/2015 ADDRESS/PHONE UPDATED 7/1/2015 ORDER: COMM REST GLEN HOUSING 7/1/2015 CAL:TREATMENT CT REMEDIAL-DV 7/1/2015 ARRN HELD 6/4/2015 ORDER: SUMMONS 6/4/2015 DEF FTA'D Its for a domestic Violence case.
  • I was convicted of a misdemeanor domestic violence charge and have finished all of my sentencing and have had my charges set aside. What else must I do to restore my gun rights?
  • In Arizona when can a legally married man(woman) be charged with rape of his/her spouse?
  • A TPO was filed on me. The petitioner tried to contact me many times after filing. Sending me texts like "Please cum sleep with me". The judge still extended the order for 12 months. I posted a web site giving an editorial of my experience. The petitioner got a warrant & I was charged with Aggravated Stalking in a different county than the TPO was filed. Can a web site be considered contact?
  • what is the meaning of domestic violence, and how many years can you get for this
  • I have a domestic violence charge against me and although I had it set aside, I still can not get a job in AZ. I need to know how long this conviction, which is a misdemeanor, stays on my record?

STORIES

  • He told me that I could actually get all the money I needed by using my home as collateral. . .
  • I just helped my mother, age 89, deal with her Medicare HMO. . .
  • He told me that I could actually get all the money I needed by using my home as collateral. . .

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