Community Resources

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Here are some key resources that we recommend if you want opportunities to strengthen our community, or if you are facing challenges and need some support:

Local business supporting an end to systemic domestic abuse (including self defense, security, tutoring, restaurants)

How to Get Your Rights Restored

Help for Buying A Home

Help for Credit Repair

Volunteer Opportunities in the Community

Things to Do in Tucson

Register to vote

Identify your Neighborhood, Ward, Legislative District, Neighborhood School, and more

Tucson Police Department non-emergency line 520.791.4444

File an Online Police Report (Tucson Police Department)

Emerge! Center Against Domestic Abuse (24-hour Information Line 1.888.428.0101)

Elder Crime Victim Services Crisis Line: 520-339-2801 (available 24/7)

Online Order of Protection

Southern Arizona Mental Health Crisis and Support (24-hour Crisis Response 520.622.6000)

Project Safe Place (Jewish Family and Children Services) – Free counseling for victims and survivors of domestic abuse – 520.795.0300

Citizen Police Advisory Review Board (M-F 9a-5p City Clerk’s Office 520.791.4213 – ask to leave a message for the CPARB Chair for concerns regarding TPD policies and customer service)

Pothole Repair and Street Safety 520.791.3154 (After Hours – 520.791.4144)

Poison Control 800.222.1222

Renter’s Rights

Legal Assistance

Victim’s Rights City of Tucson 520.791.4104

Victim’s Rights Pima County 520.724.5525

Affordable Housing

Cafe 54

Pima One Stop (for helping paying bills and finding employment.)

Housing. Foresight Communities

Additional Resources and Sites Outside of our Community (Note: These resources are shared for information purposes; Some of the resources have services which are to be used at your discretion and at your risk.), a web resource that provides information and support to people fighting domestic abuse, mental illness and addiction

PTSD – Addiction Center

Felicia Chew Community Projects (Tucson, AZ) 520.909.3888 /