Attention Faculty, Staff & Community Members

If you are a UA staff/faculty or community member referring a student to see the Survivor Advocacy program, we highly encourage you to inform the student you are referring them to us before completing this form. 

UA staff & faculty, completing this referral does not absolve you of your mandated duty to report, if a student has disclosed to you that they have been impacted by sexual or gender-based violence. More on mandated reporting here:

ATTENTION: THE SURVIVOR ADVOCACY PROGRAM IS CLOSED JULY 3RD TO JULY 17TH. We will do our best to respond to e-mails, phone calls and referrals as quickly as possible once we return on July 18th. Click here to complete a referral form

Below we’ve listed some of our Tucson-community resources:

  • 24-hour bilingual crisis hotline at Southern Arizona Center Against Sexual Assault: 520-327-7273 or toll free at (800) 400-1001.
  • Emerge Center Against Domestic Abuse 24-hour hotline: 888-428-0101
  • Anti-violence 24 hour crisis hotline at Southern Arizona Aids Foundation, for LGBTQ survivors of violence: 1 (800) 553-9387