Together, Tucsonans Can End DV

October 2018 Emerge isn’t the solution to domestic violence (DV). The community is the solution.There’s a lot of long-awaited movement happening right now around supporting survivors of domestic abuse. Together, we can continue pushing to build momentum.

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Myths vs. Realities

October 2018 Increasing Awareness & Understanding to Better Support SurvivorsIt can be difficult to recognize when someone is in an unsafe and unhealthy relationship, and figure out how to best support them if they are.

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How Many Are Affected?

October 2018 Whether visible or not, the numbers indicate that someone you know has been impacted by abuseIt’s Happening Around All of UsFor survivors of domestic abuse and their children, access to safety can be the difference between life and

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 A First Look at APRAIS

With the statewide roll-out of the Arizona Intimate Partner Risk Assessment Instrument System (APRAIS),
here’s a first look at its impact. 
DV Risk Assessment – Media Brief from the Pima County Attorney’s Office

New protocol to combat domestic violence in

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How Many More Are Currently Suffering?

A murder-suicide discovered by Tucson police Friday evening brings to light a harsh reality – on average, someone dies in Arizona every three days as a result of domestic violence.

Authorities believe that, after a recent breakup, Marc Florio shot

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