Our Mission

Yavapai Family Advocacy Center’s mission is to reduce trauma to victims of abuse by providing a safe and supportive environment and facilitating a team approach to advocacy, investigation, and prosecution.

Contact us today: (928) 775-0669

Donate your tax dollars today!

  Thanks to our partnership with the Prescott Sunrise Lions Club, you can make your tax credit donation to Yavapai Family Advocacy Center by visiting prescottsunriselionsclub.org/donate

7th Annual Fundraising Event

October 9, 2021

Hassayampa Inn’s Marina Room

 5:00 p.m.

Live music, wine and whiskey pull, cash bar, food, auction, and lots of fun!


Designate a portion of your Arizona State Income Tax to the Yavapai Family Advocacy Center


Sexual assault is a crime of power and control. The term sexual assault refers to sexual contact or behavior that occurs without explicit consent of the victim.


Many define the domestic violence relationship as one that consists of actions – that of slapping, punching, pushing, etc.  However, domestic violence can be not just physical, but emotional, mental, sexual and even financial.


The single most significant factor in a child’s recovery from a traumatic event is the parental support that child receives. This can be difficult for many parents, learn more about tips to help your child heal from sexual abuse.


In the USA, an estimated 906,000 children are victims of abuse and neglect every year. Whether the abuse is physical, emotional, sexual or neglect, the scars can be deep and long lasting, often leading to future child abuse.

Sadly, child abuse is much more common then you might think. Yet it is still inexcusable. Child abuse happens in many different ways, yet the result is the same — serious physical harm, as well as emotional harm, which damage a child’s sense of self and the ability to create healthy relationships.

While there are indicators of each that act as red flags and should cause you to take a closer look, it is not a given that a child exhibiting these behaviors is necessarily being abused.


Seek Then Speak is a digital aid for victims of sexual assault. It helps with gathering information, making decisions and taking action. Seek Then Speak is available as an app, online, or even through a landline phone. It works by asking you questions that will help to determine your next step. Seek Then Speak will help you get in touch with victim services and/or make a report to authorities. Your information remains anonymous for as long as you choose; you are in control. To learn more, visit seekthenspeak.org or call 888-865-9863.