If this was a civil protective order, your husband's order is only temporary. The papers you received will give you a hearing date. At that hearing, he will have to produce evidence of the acts he alleges so that he can establish by clear and convincing evidence that he needs such a protective order to be safe from you. You, in turn, will be able tp produce what evidence you have -- testimony, witnesses, text messages, emails, phone records, whatever you've got, to show that you are no threat to his safety and that a protective order is unnecessary. After the judge hears all the evidence, he decides whether or not to lift the protective order.
Meanwhile, you can talk to the police, show them the order, let them know that all you have is the clothes on your back and that you don't want to violate the order but you need to get your clothes and other basics of yours. They can make arrangements with your husband to go with you and pick up your things or to have someone else pick up your property. If the police won't do that, you can get an order from the judge at the hearing.
You do, however, need a Family lawyer. He or she can step in quickly here to prevent him from disposing of any assets. And, ideally, you would want that lawyer at the hearing for the protective order as well. If you can come up with the funding for a lawyer but don't know where to find one, you can try the Arizona Bar Association's Lawyer Referral Service. They charge a fee of around $50 for the referral which includes a free half hour consultation with an attorney.
If you are unable to pay for an attorney, you're going to need pro bono assistance pronto. Here's a link to the agencies that provide free legal help in your state. You may have to make a lot of phone calls but you should be able to get some hands-on assistance somewhere. Another source of low cost legal help is law school clinics, where law students take on clients for course credit under the supervision of a lawyer/professor. Many law schools have family law clinics like this and their service is free or on a sliding fee scale.