Salt River Pima Maricopa Indian Community Family Advocacy Center

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The SRPMIC Family Advocacy Center (FAC) provides a secure and healing environment for the investigation of cases involving child abuse and neglect by utilizing a collaborative, multi-disciplinary team to reduce further harm to children and other vulnerable victims, while honoring the cultural values and traditions of the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community.

Services

SRPMIC FAC is a tribal run advocacy center that provides services for victims of child crimes, sexual assault, and domestic violence in collaboration with local law enforcement agencies, Child Protective Services, and prosecution.  The SRPMIC, a sovereign tribe located in the metropolitan Phoenix area was established by Executive Order on June 14, 1879. The Community operates a full-service government.  The SRPMIC FAC is designed to bring different Community Departments together to conduct child crime investigations more effectively in a one-stop approach. The Center provides a child-friendly facility which members of the investigative team can utilize to conduct interviews, provide crisis services and provide families with referrals to treatment for child victims, child witnesses and their families while pursuing the prosecution of offenders

SRPMIC FAC offers a playroom and comfortable interview rooms. We also provide showers, personal hygiene items, clothes, and food to children and families when necessary. Every family is given resources and referrals for any service they may need.  .

Donate

We accept donations such as children’s clothing and toys. Please call 480-362-5425.

LOCATION:

10,005 East Osborn Rd.
Building 10
Scottsdale, AZ 85256

PHONE NUMBERS:

480-362-5425

CONTACT PERSON

Diane Enos, Director

Diane.enos@srpmic-nsn.gov