Legal/Court System Services

32 N. Stone Avenue
Tucson, Arizona 85701
(520) 724-5231
The Pima County Attorney's Office is committed to reducing juvenile crime, but we can't do it alone.  Pima County Attorney Barbara LaWall's vision of partnering with local neighborhoods and training volunteers to become a strong voice in the justice system became a reality when the first Community Justice Board was created in May of 1998. Now located throughout Pima County, Community Justice Boards (CJBs) operate on the principles of balanced and restorative justice while focusing primarily on juvenile accountability and building competencies for our youth and their families. Apply to be a member of the Community Justice Boards via the agency link above. 
The Jim & Shirley Lipsey Center
2545 E. Adams Street
Tucson, Arizona
(520) 795-8001
Emerge! Center Against Domestic Abuse provides domestic abuse crisis intervention and housing, prevention, education, support, and advocacy services to anyone experiencing domestic abuse. While the majority of the people seeking our services are women and their children, our services are available to anyone regardless of gender. To apply for an internship, complete the Internship Application and return along with a letter of interest and current resume. You will also need to submit three references (for references, please download and follow the instructions in the Volunteer Reference Form. Read more about internship opportunities here,
100 N. Stone Ave., Suite 807
Tucson, AZ 85701
Office (520) 207-5012
Homicide Survivors offers rewarding Intern and Volunteer Opportunities. Interns contribute substantially to the work of HSI and staff work closely with interns to make the experience is as educational as possible.  HSI is deeply committed to the people we serve and making sure that Interns and Volunteers receive proper training and support. Onboard Training for Interns and Volunteers are provided by HSI.
Opportunities include community outreach, court support, administrative assistance, support group facilitation,  event planning , fundraising and many other different opportunities.
For more information please call our office at 207-5012 and ask for Dennisse, Volunteer Coordinator or complete the application at
2020 Forbes Blvd #102
Tucson, AZ 85745
The mission of Mothers Against Drunk Driving is to end drunk driving, help fight drugged driving, support the victims of these violent crimes and prevent underage drinking. Volunteer information,
32 N. Stone Avenue
Tucson, Arizona 85701
We take seriously our mission to protect the public safety. Through the efforts of our dedicated employees and through our collaborative working relationships with other county departments, with local, state, and federal law enforcement agencies, and with the public and private sectors alike, we continually strive to make Pima County safer and to improve the quality of life in our community. For more information on volunteering or doing an internship with the PCAO, click here,
2648 N Campbell Ave.
Tucson, AZ 85719
Reachout Women’s Center does not perform abortions or give abortion location information. Reachout Women’s Center is a limited medical facility that provides pregnancy testing, limited ultrasounds, peer counseling and abortion education in Tucson, Arizona and all of Pima County. For internship opportunities, call them directly at the number included above. 
1600 N. Country Club
Tucson, AZ 85716
(520) 327-1171
The Southern Arizona Center Against Sexual Assault (SACASA) provides crisis services, advocacy, support, therapy and education for individuals and families impacted by sexual trauma.  We provide a safe place for survivors to heal, gain strength, learn coping skills, and develop trusting, caring relationships. There is a lot of information about the various opportunities to help,
The Victim Services Division assists victims at crime scenes and at court hearings, providing support for crime victims and guiding them through the criminal justice system. The Pima County Attorney's Victim Services Division, established in 1975, was the first in the nation to provide comprehensive assistance to victims of crimes.  It has served as a model for programs in other states and in several foreign countries. More than 25 staff plus 120 volunteers are on call 24 hours a day to serve crime victims. 
To become a volunteer, interested members must complete a comprehensive training program first, read more here,