Crisis Programs and Support

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SANE/SART Program

Tuba City Regional Health Care Corporation SANE/SART program serves sexual assault victims by providing a comprehensive medical treatment and confidential forensic evaluation by nurse experts through a coordinated community response. LEARN MORE

Program Coordinator
Office: 928-283-2932 | Cell: 928-607-9089

Sexual Assault Victim Advocate
Office: 928-283-2900 | Cell: 928-607-0811


Utah Office for Victims of Crime

The Utah Office for Victims of Crime provides support and financial compensation for victims of crime to help recover and rebuild their lives. Victim Advocates are available for emotional support and information on legal rights and protection and to help with safety planning, locate shelter and transportation, and much more. LEARN MORE       

350 East 500 South Suite 200
Salt Lake City, Utah 84111
801-238-2360 | 800-621-7444

Lynn Bia, Victim Advocate
Montezuma Creek Office: 435-651-3762 

Shawna Whitehorse, Victim Advocate
Blanding Office: 435-651-3749


Sexual Assault Services of Northwest New Mexico

Free, immediate, compassionate, culturally sensitive and comprehensive services include medical/forensic examinations, rape crisis advocacy, counseling, a 24-hour crisis hotline, and community outreach and prevention in San Juan, McKinley and Rio Arriba counties. Services available in Farmington NM, Gallup NM, and Dulce NM. LEARN MORE

24-hr. hotline: 505-326-4700 or 866-908-4700


Seekhaven Family Crisis and Resource center

Serving Grand County and Southeastern Utah, Seekhaven provides a wide range of essential services including client advocacy, emergency shelter, and transition assistance. 24-hour crisis support is available, as well as safety planning, counseling, educational support,  rental and employment assistance. LEARN MORE

24-hour crisis support line: 435-259-2229


Eve's Place

Mission of Eve's Place: Supporting Any Victim of Domestic, Sexual and Teen Dating Abuse By Increasing Access To Services Through Mobile Advocacy.  LEARN MORE

Services Available Include:

  • Safety Planning
  • Goal Setting
  • Assistance in Obtaining Shelter
  • Information and Referral
  • Support Groups
  • Personal Advocacy
  • Housing Information
  • Crime Victim Rights/Compensation

Hotline Number: 623-537-5380


Ute Mountain Victims Support Services

Victims Support Services will provide all victims of crimes within the Ute Mountain Tribe with appropriate prevention, education, advocacy and supportive services. All services will be provided in a supportive and safe environment that will help with healing and the ability to self-advocate with confidence.

137 Mike Wash Rd.
Towaoc, CO 81334
970-564-5370

Gina Lopez, Program Coordinator/Crime Victim Advocate
970-560-0233 | ginalopez@utemountain.org

Kimberly Multine, DVPI Prevention Coordinator
970-564-5587 | kimberly.multine@utemountain.org

Keshia Bancroft, MSPI Prevention Coordinator
keshia.bancroft@utemountain.org


Other Local Crisis Centers

NACRA Suicide Crisis Phone Tree (download)

Department of Family Services Domestic Violence 
928-283-3280 or 928-283-3266

Tohdenashai Shelter: Home of Women and Children
1-877-697-8591

Chinle: Ama Doo Alchini Bighan, Inc
1-877-698-0899 or 928-674-8314
After 5 pm & weekends: 928-674-7090

Page: Another Way
928-645-5300

Flagstaff: Northern Arizona Center Against Sexual Assault
928-773-7670 (ask for Victim Advocate)

Northland Family Help Center
928-527-1900

Hopi Domestic Violence Program
928-738-1115 or 928-738-1116




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