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Tucson Centers for Women and Children dba Emerge! Center Against Domestic Abuse Organization Name provided in the GuideStar Exchange* as of 06/13/2012: Tucson Centers for Women and Children dba Emerge! Center Against Domestic Abuse

Organization Name as listed in the IRS Business Master File as of 08/11/2014: TUCSON CENTER FOR WOMEN AND CHILDREN

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AKA  Emerge! Center Against Domestic Abuse
Tucson, AZ
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Tucson Centers for Women and Children dba Emerge! Center Against Domestic Abuse Organization Name provided in the GuideStar Exchange* as of 06/13/2012: Tucson Centers for Women and Children dba Emerge! Center Against Domestic Abuse

Organization Name as listed in the IRS Business Master File as of 08/11/2014: TUCSON CENTER FOR WOMEN AND CHILDREN

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Also Known As: Emerge! Center Against Domestic Abuse
Physical Address: Tucson, AZ 85716 
EIN: 86-0312162
Web URL: www.emergecenter.org 
NTEE Category: P Human Services
P40 Family Services
P Human Services
P43 Family Violence Shelters and Services
I Crime, Legal Related
I70 Protection Against and Prevention of Neglect, Abuse, Exploitation
Ruling Year: 1976 


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Mission Statement

Emerge! Center Against Domestic Abuse provides the opportunity to create, sustain, and celebrate a life free from abuse

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Annual Revenue & Expenses (IRS Form 990, July 2012)

Fiscal Year Starting: July 01, 2012
Fiscal Year Ending: June 30, 2013

Total Revenue $4,551,108
Total Expenses $4,635,208

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Ms. Sarah A Jones

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Since Apr 2008

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Sarah A. Jones has been the CEO of Emerge! Center Against Domestic Abuse, the second largest domestic abuse shelter in Arizona and the only domestic abuse agency in the state with a Nationally accredited community-based childcare center, since its origin in April 2008.  Named the Executive Director of Tucson Centers for Women and Children (TCWC) in 2006, she lead the merger of TCWC and the Brewster Center, the two domestic abuse providers in Southern Arizona.  From 2003 to 2006, Ms. Jones was the Vice President of Medical Services for a Planned Parenthood of Southern Arizona, an organization that provided services to more than 15,000 clients annually.  Ms. Jones served as the Executive Director of the Southern Arizona Association for the Visually Impaired from 2001 to 2003.  Ms Jones currently serves as a Governor’s appointee to the Governors Commission to Prevent Violence Against Women and was co-chair of the AzCADV Board of Directors.  She has served as a State Association Committee Member of the AER Legislative Committee and as a Steering Committee Member of the Southern Arizona Association of Non-Profits. Prior to moving to Arizona, she was the Governor’s appointee to the Governor’s Mental Health Advisory Council on Deafness in Michigan and served as a Member of Women in Health Care.Ms. Jones received a B.A. in Arts from Hope College in Michigan and a Masters in Public and Nonprofit Administration from Grand Valley State University in Michigan.

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Emerge! Center Against Domestic Abuse is the second largest shelter in the state, has 134 beds,serves 2,500 women and children in the shelter,answers over 20,000 crisis calls a year,offers a full continuum of services(shelter, community-based, support groups),is the only domestic abuse agency in Arizona with a community-based childcare center,provides prevention and education programs within the community,has a bilingual shelter that helps Spanish-speaking participants,has a model program with the city court,provides training to Davis Monthan Air Force Base, which educates hundreds of kids in the community,offers pet therapy at two of our sites,has increased our media opportunities, allowing us to educate more people and raise awareness,serves all people (sexual assault, genders, disabilities, languages) to meet individual needs, and utilizes a best practice 4-tier shelter model.

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Emerge! provides 120 emergency shelter beds to victims of domestic abuse and their children seeking crisis assistance.

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Emerge! provides 2-year and permanent transitional housing to victims of domestic abuse and their children.

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Emerge! provides community based services to victims of domestic abuse and their children. Included in Community Based Services are: Lay Legal Assitance (including video Orders of Protection) Individual Support (Case Management, Referrals, Victim Compensation) Children's Program (Individual Support, Support and Educational Groups) Support Groups (Classes designed to support the development of life skills and healthy relationships, Support Groups)

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Angel Children's Center is a licensed childcare and education for children aged two months to twelve years. ACC is nationally accredited by the National Early Childhood Program Accredidation, is a Quality First Center (Arizona's voluntary quality improvement and rating system for childcare), and is available to Emerge! clients and the greater Tucson community.

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