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Arizona's Statewide Toll-free Child Abuse Reporting Hotline
  • 1-888-SOS-CHILD (1-888-767-2445)

The Parent Assistance Program Hotline
  • Toll Free Statewide: 1-800-732-8193
  • Metro Phoenix: (602) 542-9580
  • TDD: (602) 542-9545
  • Assists callers in understanding Arizona's Child Protective Services and the juvenile court system. Provides information, options, and resources that deal with family issues and/or worries.

United States:
  • 1-800-4-A-CHILD
  • To get support, crisis counseling, and the resources necessary to report abuse. Not a reporting line.
  • Also call if:
    • if you are stressed to the point of harming your child
    • if you need information concerning child abuse or related issues
    • if you want information about agencies in your area that can help
    • if the system has failed you
    • if you need someone to listen

The Cyber Tipline
  • 1-800-843-5678
  • www.cybertipline.com
  • A reporting mechanism for cases of child sexual exploitation:
    • the possession, manufacture, or distribution child pornography
    • online enticement of children for sex acts
    • molestation of children outside the family
    • sex tourism of children
    • child victims of prostitution
    • unsolicited obscene material sent to a child

The Indian Country Child Abuse Hotline
  • 1-800-633-5155
  • Maintained 24 hours a day by the Bureau of Indian Affairs to accept reports of abuse of a child in Indian Country.
  • Callers may remain anonymous.

National Domestic Violence Hotline
  • 1-800-799-SAFE (7233)
  • 1-800-787-3224 (TTY)
  • Each month, nearly 11,000 callers - victims of domestic violence, their families and friends across the U.S. - receive crisis intervention, referrals, information and support in many languages.

National Runaway Switchboard
  • 1-800-621-4000
  • 1-800-621-0394 (TDD)
  • Available 24 hours/day, 365 days/year.
  • A federally designated national communication system for runaway and homeless youth.
  • Provides services for youth and their parents including:
    • Referrals
    • Message relay
    • Transportation assistance

Rape, Abuse and Incest National Network (RAINN)
  • 1-800-656-HOPE (4673)
  • The national hotline for victims of sexual assault.
  • Free, confidential and available 24 hours.

Teen Dating Abuse Helpline
  • 1-866-331-9474
  • 1-866-331-8453 (TTY)
  • Available 24 hours a day to help teens (ages 13 - 18) experiencing dating abuse
  • Peer to peer online individual chat function is available at

Boys Town National Hotline
  • 1-800-448-3000
  • A 24-hour crisis, resource and referral line.
  • Provides support to parents and teens on a wide variety of topics including, but not limited to:
  • Parenting troubles
  • Runaways
  • Physical abuse, sexual abuse, emotional abuse

Missing & Exploited Children Hotline
  • 1-800-843-5678
  • This hotline is available for those who need to:
  • Report missing children and seek assistance in their search
  • Report the sighting of a missing child
  • Safety information to better protect their children
  • Report child-sexual exploitation
  • Reunification assistance once their child is found

Stop It Now! (Sexual Abuse)
  • 1-888-PREVENT (773-8368)
  • Provides resources and support for callers needing assistance because they:
    • Know about a situation of sexual abuse
    • See possible warning signs of child sexual abuse in adults, teens or children
    • Are concerned about sexualized behaviors in an adult or child
    • Are someone who is struggling with sexual thoughts and behaviors towards children and wants to stop, but doesn’t know how

WAVE (Working Against Violence Everywhere)
  • 1-888-960-9600
  • The WAVE Line provides support and assistance regarding school violence including:
    • Threats of Violence
    • Aggressive Behavior
    • Weapons on Campus
    • Drugs or Alcohol on Campus
    • Harassment
    • Vandalism
    • Suicide Threats
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