Survivor Link

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Survivor Link aims to build networks of support by placing domestic violence (DV) advocates across the state of Arizona. Through our diverse set of AmeriCorps and AmeriCorps VISTA service opportunities, Survivor Link can build capacity to promote healthy relationships and reduce gender-based violence in community. 

Who we are

Survivor Link is a team of ASU educators, students, faculty members, and community volunteers who work under the guidance of the AmeriCorps mission "to strengthen communities and build leaders through…national community service." 

What we do

Survivor Link takes a multi-pronged approach to end the epidemic of domestic violence, through providing direct services to domestic violence survivors, building capacity in organizations that serve survivors, conducting research to better meet the needs of survivors, and promoting healthy relationships and domestic violence prevention in the community. Survivor Link aims to accomplish this goal through its AmeriCorps and AmeriCorps VISTA service opportunities.

Who we work with

Survivor Link greatly depends on and appreciates its community partners. AmeriCorps and AmeriCorps VISTA members are hosted by our diverse set of community partners, to ensure survivors are accessing services across Arizona and to promote healthy relationships among those at-risk of experiencing domestic violence. Below is a list of our partnerships:

Arizona Coalition to End Sexual and Domestic Violence (ACESDV)

My Sister's Place

De Colores 

Chicanos Por La Causa

Eve's Place

A New Leaf 

Arizona South Asian for Safe Families

Homeward Bound

Soujourner Center

Chrysalis

Positive Paths

Hope's Crossing

Maggie's Place

A Shelter Without Walls

Sharon Manor

Bloom 365

Emerge! Center Against Domestic Abuse

International Rescue Committee

Against Abuse

First Place

Starfish Place

Theresa's Fund

Everybody Matters

A-Making Changes

Phoenix Children's Hospital 

ASU - Center for Applied Behavioral Health Policy

 Yavapai Family Advocacy Center

Office of the Pinal County Attorney

Washington Elementary School District

Mesa Public Schools 

Kingman Aid to Abused People