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individual advocacy

BLOOM365 Safety for All Advocates are available to support youth and adults with disabilities who have been hurt by a family member, caregiver, peer, dating partner, spouse, stranger or other person in their life. Our advocates can help you:

  • Deal with big emotions such as sadness, anxiety, fear, anger, etc.

  • Connect you to community resources such as emergency shelter and basic needs.

  • Build communication skills to talk about your experience with family, friends, romantic partners, etc.

  • Create a safety plan if you are going through a dangerous or abusive situation

  • File an order of protection

Would you like to meet with a Safety for All Advocate?

Text/Call: 1.888.606.4673

Request an Appointment


BLOOM365's Safety for All program was specifically created for youth and individuals with disabilities who have experienced or witnessed interpersonal violence. This includes sexual violence, dating abuse, domestic violence, gender based violence, stalking and other forms of abuse.


The Safety for All team is available to deliver our adapted 7-Lesson Safety for All healthy relationship pilot curriculum AND host outreach tabling events for youth and adults with disabilities or special needs in schools and community organizations across Maricopa County, Arizona.

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Peer Support Groups

Peer support groups are available to anybody with a disability who has experienced or witnessed abuse to help build social connections and to allow participants to share personal experiences in a safe space. Topics discussed in peer support groups include:

  • Safety

  • Self Care

  • Boundaries

  • Coping Skills

  • Self Esteem

Do you want to join a peer support group? Click the button below to join.


Free counseling sessions with a licensed professional are available to anyone with a disability that has experienced abuse, sexual violence, domestic violence, gender-based violence, sex trafficking, stalking and bullying. Sessions can be done in person or through video chat.

Therapy sessions include:

  • Healing through trauma informed therapeutic focus

  • Improve safety, healing, and well-being

  • Understand and recognize trauma experiences

  • Building empathy and confidence

  • Improving coping, boundary setting, and communication skills

Do you want to start counseling? Click the button below to get started with a counselor.

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