Time Out, Inc., envisions a world where every individual and family lives in an abuse free environment. Our mission is to help individuals break the cycle of domestic violence.  Our programs address abuse survivors’ needs for safety, support, advocacy and resources.  We are dedicated to helping all victims—men and women, and ending domestic violence whenever it occurs.  We provide a safe home for women and their children.  We also help men in abusive situations find a safe place to stay.

Recognize Domestic Violence

Domestic violence — also called domestic abuse, battering or intimate partner violence — occurs between people in an intimate relationship (or former relationship). Domestic violence can take many forms including emotional, sexual and physical abuse. 

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Help Is Available

If you or someone you know is in an abusive relationship and needs help or would like to speak with someone about domestic violence, help is available 24 hours a day through our crisis line. To speak in confidence with a Time Out staff member, call the crisis line at 928-472-8007.V/TTY is also available 24 hours daily.

 

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Your Support is Critical to Our Success

Domestic abuse is not a private problem; it’s a community concern.  One in three Arizona women is likely to suffer acts of violence during their lifetime. The odds are even greater for women who are poor and/or live in rural communities.

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There is always a computer trail. If you think someone is tracking your usage, please exit out of this website and find a safer computer. If you are in a crisis and need immediate help, please call our 24 hour hotline at 928-472-8007.

Early Warning 

Domestic Violence is a pattern of coercive control that one person exercises over another. Abusers use physical and sexual violence, threats, emotional insults and economic deprivation as a way to dominate their partners and get their way.

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Speak Up

Determining what to say or do is very difficult when you suspect or know that someone is being abused physically, verbally or emotionally. It's normal to struggle with some of these common questions:

 

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