Now accepting Thrive nominations!

We need your help to identify the shining stars within our community! Whether you are working in the sexual or domestic violence field, are a community supporter or know someone who is, please take the time to recognize the individuals in your life you feel meet these criteria. We encourage individuals and organizations to use this opportunity to recognize those in the community who are doing outstanding work.  While self-nominations are accepted, third party nominations are strongly encouraged (as are multiple nominations for the same person).

Our award recipients will receive:

  • Personal recognition in front 350+ guests at the Gala on May 8, 2015
  • Written recognition at future events
  • A unique plaque specially designed for the honoree

Click here to nominate!

Connections between the movements to end sexual & domestic violence and the intersections of multiple oppressions:

Our sister coalition, Jane Doe Inc. in Massachusetts, makes a statement in the aftermath of Ferguson, New York and more, reflecting on our responsibility as the leadership of the Coalition to grapple with the direct and indirect connections between the movements to end sexual and domestic violence and the intersections of multiple oppressions.  Read the full statement here.

Making the Connection Between Domestic Violence and Child Abuse

“Making the Connection Between Domestic Violence and Child Abuse”, a report compiled by the Arizona Coalition to End Sexual and Domestic Violence, serves as a guide and provides recommendations for how to address domestic violence in the child welfare setting, as well as the importance of understanding the co-occurrence of domestic violence and child abuse, and the impacts of exposure to violence on children.

Read the report here.

Important information for anyone seeking services in Arizona:

The 2-1-1 Arizona (CONTACS) Shelter Hotline now has limited hours of service Monday – Friday, 7am – 6pm, closed weekends.  For services on off hours within Maricopa County, please call 480-890-3039, for services outside of Maricopa County, please call the

24-Hour National Domestic Violence Hotline 1-800-799-7233 (SAFE).