Domestic Violence

MAG Domestic Violence Information

The Regional Domestic Violence program area develops and implements strategies to reduce the incidence of and trauma associated with domestic violence, including the Regional Plan to End Domestic Violence. Areas of focus include working with survivors, law enforcement, prosecutors, and victim advocates to enhance the way the region arrests and prosecutes domestic violence offenders.


In Danger and Can’t Call 9-1-1? Try Texting

If you are in danger and can’t make a voice call to 9-1-1, one lifesaving option might be to text instead. If you live in Maricopa County, simply type 911 into the “to” field of your text message. Be prepared to give your address, as responders won’t be able to see your location as they would through a voice call. That’s one reason we say, “Call if you can. Text if you cant.” This technology will soon be available in other counties in Arizona as well. You are NOT alone! Please see the resources available at the right hand side of this page.

 


  • Domestic Violence Awareness Month

    Every 44 minutes in Arizona, one or more children witness domestic violence. October is National Domestic Violence Awareness Month, please join us in helping to make domestic violence zero in the region.

    2020 Domestic Violence Awareness Month Event Calendar

    2020 Domestic Violence Fact Sheet

    Domestic Violence Resources

  • Domestic Violence Protocol Evaluation Project

    The MAG Protocol Evaluation Project is a direct result of the strategies laid out in the FY 2011 MAG Regional Plan to End Domestic Violence completed in May 2010. The project was designed to coordinate a multi-disciplinary effort for assessing current protocols and practices used by law enforcement and prosecutors when responding to domestic violence offendersl.
  • Regional Domestic Violence Council

    The Regional Domestic Violence Council is charged with working with the community in order to implement the recommendations in the MAG Regional Domestic Violence Plan. The Regional Domestic Violence Council serves as the primary coordinating body for issues related to domestic violence and provides a forum for communication and coordinated action to effectively address, prevent, and eradicate domestic violence in the MAG region.

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Arizona Resources

Arizona Coalition to End Sexual and Domestic Violence
Sexual and Domestic Violence Services Helpline 800-782-6400
TTD/TTY: 602-279-7270
2700 N. Central Ave., Suite 1100 Phoenix, AZ 85004
Email
Website

A New Leaf
SAFEDVS-hotline for domestic violence victims in Maricopa County
480-890-3039 or toll free 844-723-3387
Chat Here

Lay Legal Advocacy Hotline
1-800-782-6400 or TTY
M-F 8:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Arizona Programs COVID-19
Updates can be found here

Bloom 365
Bloom 365 Advocacy Line for Teens and Young Adults (13-24)
M-F 3:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. 1-888-606-4673 x 1 or text 1-888-606-4673
TEENS@BLOOM365.ORG

National Resources

National Domestic Violence Hotline
1-800-799-7233

National Teen Dating Violence Hotline
1-800-799-7233

Futures Without Violence

About MAG

The Maricopa Association of Governments (MAG) is a Council of Governments (COG) that serves as the regional planning agency for the metropolitan Phoenix area.

Title VI

Title VI requires that no person in the United States of America shall, on the grounds of race, color, or national origin, be excluded from the participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be otherwise subjected to discrimination under any program or activity for which MAG receives federal financial assistance.

Get in Touch

  • Address: 302 N 1st Ave., Suite 300
    Phoenix, Arizona 85003

  • Phone: (602) 254-6300

  • FAX: (602) 254-6490

  • Email: mag@azmag.gov