About Us

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Page Chamber of Commerce Award: Best Non-Profit Association of 2008 and 2011


The mission of the Page Regional Domestic Violence Services (PRDVS) is to provide sanctuary for victims of domestic violence and sexual assault while guiding them on a journey from victim to survivor. PRDVS is dedicated to abolishing domestic violence and sexual assault by providing comprehensive health treatment. PRDVS team members employ both traditional Native American healing techniques and evidenced-based, trauma-informed care. Through culturally sensitive social services, PRDVS empowers each victim to lead an enriched, healthy, and independent life. PRDVS hopes one day, we are violence free.

Please contact us to receive services.


We began as a grassroots agency in response to domestic violence and sexual assault. Today, Page Regional Domestic Violence Services (PRDVS) is a regional service provider of crucial and non-residential crisis intervention services to an area that encompasses an 80-mile radius of Page.

The PRDVS team is a committed group of professionals that understand that both cultural and jurisdictional issues affect domestic violence victims. Our expertise includes an understanding about the domestic violence experience among rural communities, Native people, and other special populations. We also make reasonable accommodation for those with disabilities.

Shelter for victims and childrenPRDVS MAKES A DIFFERENCE

Page Regional Domestic Violence Services (PRDVS) has helped more than 5,000 victims of domestic violence.

The PRDVS staff, Board, volunteers, and partners offer a range of skills and an understanding about the challenges of individuals and families coping with domestic violence and sexual assault.

Annual reports highlight key accomplishments.

Also check out the snapshot of PRDVS provided in our site’s Newsroom.


We rely on donations and grant funding for contributions. The Page Regional Domestic Violence Services (PRDVS) Family Bargain Center also provides a source of funding for our vital programs and services. A snapshot of our funding sources follows:

  • Generous individual donors.
  • United Way organizations of both northern Arizona and the Navajo Nation.
  • Corporate partners such as Lake Powell Construction, True Value, Lake Powell Printing, Knights of Columbus, Salt River Project, Zachary’s, Page Steel, Lake Powell Communications and the Lake Powell Chronicle.
  • Local, regional, and state agencies funding services for victims and offenders of domestic violence and substance abuse are key partners.
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