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Media Policy - Participants Interview

In order to honor and protect the dignity, confidentiality and safety of Emerge participants and their children – both current participants and former – Emerge has a strict policy that we do not coordinate interviews with participants (former or current) for news media. This includes:

  • Actual photos of participants and/or their children
  • Media interviews with participants and/or their children
  • Speaking engagements for participants and/or their children (that are specifically coordinated through Emerge)

While Emerge does not specifically coordinate interviews with our participants, there are individuals in the community who are willing to speak about their experience with domestic abuse, and we encourage you to connect with them. In some specific circumstances, Emerge may be able to connect you to those individuals.

Emerge Launches New Hiring Initiative

TUCSON, ARIZONA – Emerge Center Against Domestic Abuse (Emerge) is undergoing a process of transforming our community, culture, and practices to prioritize the safety, equity and full humanity of all people.
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Emerge Center Against Domestic Abuse announces 2022 emergency shelter renovation to provide more COVID-safe and trauma-informed spaces for survivors of domestic abuse

TUCSON, Ariz. – November 9, 2021 – Thanks to matching investments of $1,000,000 each made by Pima County, the City of Tucson, and an anonymous donor honoring the Connie Hillman
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TUCSON, ARIZONA - Representatives from Tucson City Court's Domestic Violence Court attended a Mentor Court meeting in Washington DC last week, hosted by the United States Department of Justice, Office of
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Tucson Foundations Grants an Additional $220,000 to Domestic Violence Coalition

TUCSON, ARIZONA - The Risk Assessment Management and Prevention (RAMP) Coalition of Pima County is thrilled to thank the Tucson Foundations for its generous grant of $220,000 for the continued
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Press Conference to be Held TONIGHT to Highlight Domestic Abuse Epidemic in Pima County TUCSON, ARIZONA - Emerge Center Against Domestic Abuse and the Pima County Attorney's Office will be
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