If this is an emergency please call 911 immediately.
YFAC Intervention & Support Services
The Yavapai Family Advocacy Center is dedicated to providing an array of services to minimize the long-term effects of interpersonal crimes. This includes both Intervention and Support Services. We serve children and adults who are victims of interpersonal crimes*. There is no charge for services. All individuals who qualify for and need services receive them regardless of race, ethnicity, religious background, and socioeconomic status.
How to access Services:
Victims are brought to the Center by Law Enforcement or Department of Child Safety for Forensic interviews and medical examinations to further the investigation.
Adult victims (whether the crime happened as a child or adult) who do not wish to have law enforcement involved can contact YFAC directly to receive supportive services.
Please understand that if you are a person under the age of 18 or an adult seeking services for a victim under the age of 18 that all YFAC staff are mandated reporters and must make a report to law enforcement and/or Department of Child Safety upon receiving information that a minor has been the victim of abuse or neglect.
Contact YFAC with any questions
Contact an Advocate Directly
Carmen Stewart – Victim Advocate Supervisor
To make a report of child abuse contact your local law enforcement agency or Arizona Department of Child Safety at 888-767-2445
Our Support Services
ALL SERVICES PROVIDED AT YFAC ARE FREE OF CHARGE TO THE VICTIM – YOU WILL NEVER RECEIVE A BILL AND WE WILL NEVER ASK FOR YOUR INSURANCE INFORMATION
*We serve children and adults who are victims of interpersonal crimes.
Types of Interpersonal Crimes (this list is not all inclusive):
› Child Abuse
› Child Pornography
› Domestic/Family Violence
› Elder Abuse
› Hate Crime
› Human Trafficking
› Identity Theft
› Mass Violence
› Teen Dating Victimization
› Witness to Violence
Domestic/Family Violence Support Group
We offer ongoing group support for survivors of domestic violence. Survivors have the opportunity to share their story and their healing process with others, while also supporting others in their growth.
How do I know if abuse is occuring?
Recognizing abuse is a critical step in safeguarding the well-being of individuals, particularly when it comes to vulnerable populations such as children. Equip yourself with an understanding of the signs of abuse in order to identify and intervene in cases of child abuse, domestic violence, and sexual assault.