NCJW Arizona Members & Supporters Brunch with NCJW AZ National President Sheila Katz at the Arizona Jewish Historical Society

RSVP Now to save your spot!>>

NCJW AZ’s FIRST IN-PERSON EVENT IN OVER 2 YEARS!

Please wait while flipbook is loading. For more related info, FAQs and issues please refer to DearFlip WordPress Flipbook Plugin Help documentation.

About Us

NCJW AZ is the Valley leader in progressive social justice reform. Advocating for reproductive justice, gender equity, ending sexual and domestic violence, humane immigration policies, voter rights, civil rights, and racial justice, this grassroots organization is at the forefront of social and legislative change in Arizona.

Learn more about us >

Events

News

News

Mc Magazine Quotes NCJW AZ

In Swing State of Arizona, a Near-Total Abortion Ban From 1864 Takes Effect “People here understand that everyone should be free to make personal medical

Read More »
News

Jewish News Quotes NCJW AZ

Immediately upon hearing Johnson’s ruling, the National Council of Jewish Women of Arizona took to Twitter to issue its dissent. “Arizona plunged into darkness with

Read More »

Make your voice heard to make change happen!

Join our dynamic network of courageous and compassionate advocates who lead the fight for social justice to safeguard rights and improve lives.

Become a member >

Ruth Place

Ruth Place will be a comprehensive, structured trauma recovery program focusing on the mental health of sexual violence survivors.

Every 68 seconds, an American is sexually assaulted. Every 9 minutes, a child is proven to be a victim. The numbers are shocking. So are the long-term effects on survivors. They experience more severe psychological and emotional distress than victims of other violent crimes.

Sexual assault survivors are more likely to suffer Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), use drugs, have difficulty holding jobs, parenting and maintaining relationships with family and friends.

For victims in Arizona, there is often no place to go to heal. Sexual trauma sufferers need a safe place to find their words and tell their stories, to empower themselves to move from victim to survivor and then, from surviving to thriving.

“…you are worthy”

Ruth 3:11

Your Donations Keep Us In The Fight