Against Abuse, Inc
119 N Florence St
Casa Grande, AZ 85130
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- Lay Legal Advocacy
- Emergency shelters
- Animal Safe Home Network
- Volunteer Program
- Thrift Store/Clothing Bank
Fundraisers We Support
- Taste of Casa Grande
Hours of OperationAdministration
8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Monday through Friday
La Casa de Paz
Shelter service opened in 1986. The facility is the only domestic violence shelter of its kind in Western Pinal County. The goals of La Casa de Paz are to provide safety, stabilization, basic needs, guidance and counseling to families in need. Women are assisted with exploring choices and alternatives to domestic violence. Through advocacy and case management, staff assist members with locating appropriate providers of legal, medical, vocational, educational and/or other human services.
Members who are ready to leave the shelter, but are not quite ready to set up independent living may qualify for the transitional housing programs, Tres Casitas. There are 7 homes of various sizes to meet the needs of our client members.
Emergency shelter services for victims of domestic violence, and their dependent children,
Outpatient counseling, community case management and legal advocacy, Animal Safe Home Network.
(520) 836-0858 (24-hour service)
La Casita de Paz
Since 1989 this facility has been licensed by the Department of Economic Security, and has provided safety and shelter for children from birth to eighteen (18) years of age who are battered, neglected, abused or in crisis. This home-like environment offers 24-hour care and supervision. Children placed in this facility receive unconditional emotional support, counseling, case management and individualized educational and recreational programs.
Shelter care and supervision services for abused, battered, neglected and exploited children,
Child Abuse Prevention Council (CAP),
Child Fatality Review Teams (CFRT).
Our facility is in:
Casa Grande (520) 421-0767 (24-hour service)
Animal Safe Home Network (ASHN)
When there is violence in the home, it's important to have an emergency plan for sheltering yourself, your children and your pets,
No one should feel they are unable to leave a violent situation. There is help if the safety of a pet is preventing you from leaving.
We are in need of volunteers who love animals.
To volunteer as an animal safe home, please contact the Domestic Violence Community Outreach Supervisor at: (520) 836-0858 or (520) 836-1239 or email email@example.com
Animal Safe Home Network (ASHN)
Pro Bono Legal Assistance
Your Personal and Professional Time
Volunteers are always needed . If you are interested in helping through a donation of time, talent or monetary contribution, please call AAI at: (520) 836-1239 or you can email the Domestic Violence Community Outreach Supervisor at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Cut it Out Program
This is a nationally recognized program by the Salons Against Domestic Abuse Fund which build awareness of domestic violence and educates salon professionals on how to recognize warning signs, respond appropriately, and safely refer clients to resources that can help them.
The United Way of Pinal County partially funds this program for residents of Pinal County.
Supervised Visitation/Safe Exchange Program
Working through Pinal County Family Court systems when incidences of Domestic Violence are alleged, this visitation center provides a safe, neutral environment for non-custodial parents to visit their children.
This grant is made possible by funding from the U. S. Department of Justice, Office on Violence Against Women, through the Arizona Governor's Office for Children, Youth and Families, Division for Women.
Thrift Store and Clothing Bank
Through generous donations from people in our community, the Thrift Store offers quality used clothing and household items at reasonable cost to the public. Store hours for the summer are Monday-Saturday 7:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. (Winter hours will begin September 1, 2009 - 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.)
Accepting donations during regular store hours. (For large donations, please call the Thrift Store Manager at (520) 836-0621 to make arrangements.)
Location: 110 E. 1st Street (Rear), Casa Grande, Arizona 85222
Mission StatementMISSION AND VISION STATEMENT
"The mission of Against Abuse, Inc. is to provide services, support and education to all who experience the effects of family dysfunction and/or violence, past and present."