24 Hour Crisis Line

DV Resources


We are one of the only programs in the southwest United States focused on domestic violence in the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community. We offer support services to victims and survivors as well as education and outreach programs to the wider community.

Our purpose is to advocate for the safety and support of victims, perpetrator accountability, legal and institutional changes and community-based prevention of domestic violence in the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community in Southern Arizona.

Free and Confidential Services
Crisis Intervention

WDVP provides 24-hour, 365 day/year crisis line. Callers receive support, advocacy, help obtaining Orders of Protection, and information, as well as referrals to other community services. Support groups may also be available.

Emergency Shelter

THE WDVP Emergency Shelter Program provides a limited number of nights of safe shelter for LGBT victims of domestic violence. A food box and toiletries are also available to those utilizing our shelter services.

Outreach and Education

Staff and volunteers are available to provide LGBT domestic violence education, professional trainings and workshops for schools, businesses organizations and conferences. Additionally, we are available to offer technical assistance and consultation regarding LGBT domestic violence. Call our business line for more information.

Volunteer Program

WDVP provides extensive training to community members who are interested in serving as volunteer crisis advocates. After completing the 16-hour training program, volunteers are ready to answer the crisis hotline. Call our business line for more information.

Our Staff

The Wingspan Domestic Violence Project has three full-time staff members

Cathy Busha, Program Director

Thomas, Advocate Se habla Español

How to contact us

Please call us to make an appointment. We can be reached at the main Wingspan number, 520-624-1779.

In an emergency, please call our crisis line
520-624-0348 or 800-553-WDVP