Our partnerships with The City of Phoenix Police Department, Health Care Providers, & Professionals allow us to bring awareness to childhood trauma by Domestic Violence, and provide relief through Arts, Trauma Informed Care, community events & Peer Support to prevent second generation Domestic Violence Offenders
Branch international is committed to community development and partners with the City of Phoenix “Stop the Violence” program along with other community resources to promote improved quality of life in families.
Branch International helps domestic violence victims escape & heal with a focus of preventing second generation offenders through personal development, Trauma Informed Care, Sports, therapy, career counseling, peer support and professional development.
preventing second generation domestic violence offenders and victims by providing community services that promote healing Domestic Violence victims and childhood Trauma
The Changes We Inspire
The community initiatives of the organization create opportunities for improved outcomes in health care conditions, mental health, academic performance in children and economic status that shift generational family cycles.
Intimate partner violence (IPV) is a serious, preventable public health problem in the United States that has lasting and harmful effects on individuals, families, and communities. Intimate Partner Violence is physical violence, sexual violence, stalking, or psychological harm by a current or former partner or spouse. This type of violence can occur among heterosexual or same-sex couples and does not require sexual intimacy.
Teen dating violence (TDV), also called, “dating violence”, is an adverse childhood experience that affects millions of young people in the United States and the World. It is a type of intimate partner violence that can include the following types of behavior:
Occurs when a person hurts or tries to hurt a partner by hitting, kicking, or using another type of physical force.
When forcing or attempting to force a partner to take part in a sex act and or sexual touching when the partner does not or cannot consent. It also includes non-physical sexual behaviors like posting or sharing sexual pictures of a partner without their consent or sexting someone without their consent.
is the use of verbal and non-verbal communication with the intent to harm another person mentally or emotionally and/or to exert control over another person.
Stalking is a pattern of repeated, unwanted attention and contact by a partner that causes fear or concern for one’s own safety or the safety of someone close to the victim.
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Domestic Violence is something that will probably not go away but it is our hope to educate families and children on the dangers, consequences of violence and preventing children, youth and young adults from becoming second generation violent offenders.
Our partnerships with The City of Phoenix Police Department, Mental Health Counselors, local businesses, Colleges and Churches allow us to bring awareness, events, prevention resources to the community to prevent second generation DV offenders and victims.
Community resources provided to Victims, families and youth ages 5-21
Educational courses include:
Reporting abuse anonymously
Recognizing the warning signs of abuse,
Self Esteem and image consulting
Financial Education Services
Self Defense classes
Book, Journal Coming soon........
If you or someone you know is in immediate danger, Please call 911.
Public Safe Places / Resources
Any local Quik Trip (QT ) is a safe place to report abuse and notify the police
Phoenix, Arizona- Address provided upon Escape plan implementation
3 bedroom safe home for women 18 and-65, Drug and Alcohol Free. Must be employed or seeking employment or have an income. Children not permitted
2120 N. Central Ave.Suite 250Phoenix, AZ 85004Hotline:(602) 534-2120Phone:888-246-0303 (toll-free)URL:https://www.phoenix.gov/humanservices/programs/victims/fac
Crisis intervention; emergency needs assessment; safety planning; 9-1-1 phone; shelter access, emergency housing assistance; assistance obtaining an Order of Protection or an Injunction Against Harassment; forensic exams following sexual assault and strangulation; assistance completing Victim’s Compensation Applications; assistance obtaining a police report or filing reports when applicable on-site; liaison assistance with law enforcement and outside agencies; information and referral services; short-term counseling; court escorts for various proceedings; support groups; transportation; current case status updates; referrals for long-term case management; short-term case management; education on domestic violence dynamics; education on Criminal Justice System
1225 E Lowell St.Room No. D 301Tucson, AZ 85719Phone:(520) 626-2051URL:https://survivorsupport.arizona.edu/oasis
Provides advocacy, confidential reporting, consultations, counseling, LGBTQ abuse survivors support group, referrals, sexual assault survivors support group; available to UA students, staff, faculty of all genders who are impacted by sexual assault, relationship violence, stalking. First two counseling visits free; educational outreach and prevention activities all free.
2200 N Central Ave Ste 601Phoenix, AZ 85004Hotline:(602) 263-8856URL:https://211arizona.org/
Provides referral information to residents of ten Arizona counties, including Apache, Cochise, Coconino, Gila, Graham, Greenlee, La Paz, Maricopa, Mohave, Navajo, Pima, Pinal, Santa Cruz, Yavapai, Yuma
Residential crisis shelter with up to 120 day stay, individual and group counseling, case management, assistance with job development, housing and financial referrals, medical services, parenting information, counseling for children ages 3-17; transitional services including regular counseling, case management, group counseling, and 3-24 month apartment living for men, women, and children following 30-day domestic violence program (must be employed or enrolled in educational/vocational program); outpatient counseling for adults and children ages 3-17; resources specific to Jewish families experiencing domestic violence; court victim advocate program; lay legal advocacy
3700 North 75th StreetScottsdale, AZ 85251Hotline:(480) 312-6300Phone:480-312-4226Fax:480-312-9004URL:http://www.scottsdaleaz.gov/assistance/fac/domesticEmail:email@example.com
Serves Scottsdale, Fountain Hills, Paradise Valley, Cave Creek, Carefree, Tempe, the Salt River Pima Community, and the county jurisdictions in the northeast Valley.