Sexual Violence Services

survivor-driven, healing-centered support

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A New Leaf’s Sexual Violence Services

Call A New Leaf’s Sexual Violence Services

24-Hour Helpline for non-emergency assistance:

(480) 733-3028

A New Leaf’s sexual violence support services and helpline are apart of the Sexual Violence Survivor Advocacy & Support Services (SVSASS). SVSASS addresses the unique, short, and long-term emotional safety and healing needs of those who have experienced sexual violence in the past and/or present. SVSASS offers survivor driven, healing centered support for survivors of all genders, sexual orientations, and expressions.

Services provided include personal advocacy, individual and group support, resource referral, community outreach/education and training. Through community collaboration and outreach, these services provide educational opportunities and promotes public awareness of the prevalence and impact of sexual violence.

A New Leaf’s Resources

For assistance, please call or email the information listed below. If this is an emergency, please call 911.

A New Leaf’s Sexual Violence Services Contact Information

Call the Helpline:

Email Program Staff:

Sexual Violence Services Program Locations

A New Leaf provides Sexual Violence Services at several locations across Maricopa County and Pinal County to meet community needs. Additionally, services are able to be offered at mobile locations as needed.

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The REACH Center for Survivors of Sexual Violence

The REACH Center addresses the unique, short- and long-term emotional safety and healing needs of those who have experienced sexual violence in the past and/or present. Services are survivor-driven, and healing-centered, providing individualized support and empowerment all survivors.

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RISE support group

A New Leaf’s RISE (Resilience In Shared Experience) group gives survivors of sexual violence a safe and confidential place to know they are not alone. This free support group helps explore coping skills, understand the effects of trauma, and create a safe place to share.

RISE groups meet weekly on Tuesdays 6pm – 7pm via Zoom.

Additional Resources

National Sexual Assault Hotline

emergency services

Available 24/7

ACESDV Helpline

additional resources

Monday-Friday, 8:30AM-5:00PM

Sexual Violence Support Services

personal

advocacy

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support groups

Assistance

education

and training

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resource

referral

 

people forever changed

Leah

I have been in the RISE support group since the beginning, and it has been very impactful for me to be here. I have met incredible people who are just like me, and taking the same journey as I am. They have all been so supportive of everyone in the group and make sure to let everyone know that...
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Shelby

Shelby defined her story as "not your typical domestic violence situation." She wasn't romantically involved with her roommate, but it was either room with him and live in daily fear or go to the streets. She found help through A New Leaf and escaped her living situation. “I am much stronger now...
Shelby Spark
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Leah

I have been in the RISE support group since the beginning, and it has been very impactful for me to be here. I have met incredible people who are just like me, and taking the same journey as I am. They have all been so supportive of everyone in the group and make sure to let everyone know that...
Shelby Spark

Shelby

Shelby defined her story as "not your typical domestic violence situation." She wasn't romantically involved with her roommate, but it was either room with him and live in daily fear or go to the streets. She found help through A New Leaf and escaped her living situation. “I am much stronger now...

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we can help

Staff should not be contacted for services, please use the hotlines listed above to access programs.

Wendy Romo
Sexual Violence Services Coordinator
(602) 792-1879
wromo@turnanewleaf.org

Dana Martinez
Program Director
(480) 982-0205 x4803
dmartinez@turnanewleaf.org

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