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Alice’s Place is dedicated to providing a wide array of services to victims of Domestic and Sexual Violence in our community.

We promote individual empowerment by providing safe, confidential choices and culturally sensitive support to victims and survivors of Domestic and Sexual Violence through Advocacy, Shelter, Education, and Resources.

Alice’s Place offers confidential refuge for victims of domestic/sexual violence and their children. Residents are able to find stability, respite, and support as they begin to rebuild their lives. The shelter provides food, clothing, and support services all free of charge to the client.

We are available 24-hours a day to assist anyone who has questions or concerns about Domestic or Sexual Violence.

Telephone: 928.289.3003
Toll-Free: 1.888.531.7233

What is Domestic Violence?   What is Sexual Violence?

Our Mission Statement

Promote individual empowerment by providing a safe, respectful, non-judgmental environment with confidential choices and culturally sensitive support to victims and survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking, and dating abuse through shelter, advocacy, education, and resources.

  • Safety Planning
  • 24 Hour Crisis Hotline
  • Crisis Intervention and Emotional Support
  • Emergency Shelter (90 days)
  • Mobile Advocacy
  • Transportation
  • Case Management
  • Lay Legal Advocacy (Includes assistance with orders of protection)
  • Education / Life Skills
  • Resource Information & Referral
  • Prevention and Awareness
  • Teen Dating Abuse Awareness

If you believe that you will not be able to understand or take part in a program or activity because of your disability or language barrier, Alice’s Place will make reasonable accommodations that allow you to participate in and understand a program or activity.

Help is Available

If you are a victim of a domestic violence or sexual violence crime, it is normal to feel scared, helpless, and vulnerable, but YOU ARE NOT ALONE.

If an emergency, please consider calling 911

The following agencies are here to help you:

  • Alice’s Place (24-hour service)
    928.289.3003
    1.888.531.7233 Toll-Free
  • National Domestic Violence Hotline
    1.800.799.SAFE (7233) Toll-Free
    1.800.787.3225 (TYY) Toll-Free
  • National Sexual Assault Hotline (RAINN)
    1.800.656.HOPE (4673) or RAINN.org
  • National Human Trafficking Hotline
    1.888.373.7888
  • Strong Hearts Native Helpline (24/7 Hotline)
    1.844.7NATIVE (1.844.762.8483)

Non-Emergency Contact Information

  • Winslow Police Department
    289.2431
  • Holbrook Police Department
    928.524.3991
  • Navajo County Sheriff’s Office
    928.536.7324
  • Little Colorado Medical Center
    928.289.4691
  • Winslow Indian Health Care Center
    928.289.4646
  • Northern Arizona Care Services After Assault (NACASA)
    928.527.1900
  • Navajo County Family Advocacy Center
    602.534.2120

 

 

 

  • Strong Hearts Native Helpline (24/7 Hotline)
    1.844.7NATIVE (1.844.762.8483)
  • Southwest Indigenous Women’s Coalition (SWIWC)
    480.828.2542
  • Navajo Nation Police Dept Dispatch (Window Rock)
    928.871.6111/6112
  • Navajo Nation Judicial District
    928.871.6626
  • Navajo Nation Dept of Family Services
    928.871.6556
  • The Tse’hootsoa’ Family Advocacy Center
    928-729-3705
  • Alma Doo Alchini Bighan (ADABI)
    928.674.8314
  • Hopi Domestic Violence Program/Coalition
    928.738.1115 or 1116 or 1117
  • Capacity Builder’s Sexual Assault Victim Advocacy
    928.313.0086
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