The Horizon Health and Wellness Domestic Violence Safe Home (aka Gila County Safe Home Network), receives funding from ADHS and DES-CSA to provide services for domestic violence victims in Southern Gila County. Service provision began in March, 1998.
The Horizon Health and Wellness Domestic Violence Safe Home exists to serve all people who experience domestic violence and to provide a comprehensive array of domestic violence services to improve the overall quality of living for all people residing within the community. The Safe Home offers temporary emergency safe shelter, 24-hour crisis line, crisis intervention, advocacy, support groups, information and referral services, community education/training, residential and non residential case management, outreach and transportation for victims of domestic violence.
The Horizon Health and Wellness Domestic Violence Safe Home is under the guidance of a community committee, the Gila County Safe Home Network. Its vision is to “live in a world in which the community, through its combined efforts and support, will take responsibility for eliminating violence in its citizens’ lives whereby all people in all stages of life will feel safe from physical, sexual, emotional, and psychological abuses”.
Services for victims of domestic violence include:
- 30 day temporary emergency shelter
- 24 hour crisis line
- (928) 402-0648 (after business hours, weekends & holidays)
- Crisis Intervention
- Case Management
- Referrals as needed to other service providers
- Domestic violence community support groups
- Community education/training