Mental Health Resources in Arizona

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Arizona Mental Health Resources for peers, caregivers, and providers. The place to find Mental Health resources and support services. If you need mental health information, treatment options or support services you will find them here. In addition you can search by Arizona County to find the mental health resources in your area.

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Domestic ViolenceA New LeafHousing and supportive services for the homeless and those in need, including victims of domestic violence.(480) 969-4024Arizona
ChildrenA New LeafA New Leaf offers a variety of physical and behavioral health services for families and individuals in need of support. From inpatient care to community behavioral health services, A New Leaf's programs provide many quality services that address a variety of needs, including behavioral health challenges. (480) 969-4024Maricopa
Developmentally DisabledA to Z TherapiesProvider of quality therapy services to children with developmental disabilities throughout Arizona. As a pioneer in home-based therapy, we seek to enhance the child’s therapy experience by providing our services, whenever possible, in the child’s natural home environment. (602) 439-7400Arizona
ClothingAbby's PlaceSouthwest Behavioral Health's thrift store offers all Mercy Maricopa members a 50% discount on all merchandise every day. (602) 773-7523Maricopa
PregnancyAbide Maternity HomePregnancy test, a place to stay during your pregnancy and other material support.(928) 567-5433Yavapai
TransportationAbility CenterRent, sell and service wheelchair accessible vehicles. (866) 405-6806National
AdvocacyAbility360Ability 360 provides information, programs, events, and resources to assist individuals with disabilities take personal responsibility so they may achieve or continue independent living. Also offers a medical loan closet.(602) 256-2245Arizona
Senior CitizenAbout Care Empowering Independent LivingAbout Care is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. They deliver caring, compassionate support services using trained volunteers with special concern for the elderly and physically challenged homebound residents of Chandler, Gilbert, Queen Creek and Southeast Valley.(480) 802-2331Maricopa
Victim AssistanceACASI Arizona Child and Adolescent Survivor InitiativeACASI’s mission is to foster the healing of intimate partner homicide survivors. We provide statewide, trauma-informed, wraparound services to children and adolescents who have lost a parent to intimate partner homicide IPH, and their caregivers.(928) 523-3591Arizona
Senior CitizenAccent CareOur caring, dedicated and trained team members provide a wide variety of care options from personal, non-medical care to Medicare-certified skilled nursing, rehabilitation, hospice and care management. To help ensure optimal levels of health for you and your loved ones, our licensed agencies offer experience, proprietary programs and innovative technology, including Family Link—a platform that allows family members and loved ones, with established consent, to view the medication and allergy records of their loved ones under our care.(800) 834-3059Arizona
Senior CitizenAccessMedACCESSMed Foundation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit service that helps Arizona’s vulnerable seniors access the low cost and no cost health insurance benefits that they are entitled to, and deserve.(602) 375-2412Maricopa
Covid-19ACL Administration for Community LivingGuidance, funding, and other resources for organizations supporting older adults and people with disabilities. (202) 401-4634National
VeteransACMF Arizona Coalition for Military FamiliesThe Arizona Coalition for Military Families is a nationally recognized public/private partnership focused on building Arizona’s statewide capacity to care for, serve and support service members, veterans, their families and communities.(602) 753-8802Arizona
Covid-19Active MindsActionable Resources for Students, Colleges & Universities, Families, Employers, and more.National
AddictionAddiction Help TodayAddiction Help Today provides rehab solution and treatment for addictions to Opioids, Cocaine, Heroin, Alcohol and other substances.(838) 300-3088Mohave
MedicalAdelante HealthCareServices for Surprise and El Mirage, Family Medicine, Internal Medicine, Pediatrics, Women’s Health, Dental, Integrated Behavioral Health, Care Coordination by RNs and Health Coaches, Specialty Behavioral Health, Lab Services, Pharmacy Services, WIC / Nutrition, and help applying for benefits and insurance.(877) 809-5092Maricopa
DentalAdelante Healthcare BuckeyeOffers dental care on sliding scale (low cost) basis for patients who are 21years of age or older and cannot afford dental care.(623) 386-1630Maricopa
Self InjuryAdolescent Self Injury FoundationNon-profit organization created for the purpose of offering hope in the recovery process for adolescent and young adult self-injurers and their families.  (800) 273-8255National
TeenAdolescent Substance Abuse ProgramASAP is a 10-week Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) designed specifically for the treatment of substance use disorders in youth ages 12-18.  Group therapy is the primary treatment modality -- group therapy has long proven the most effective technique with teen substance use.  At ASAP the teens attend group therapy three nights per week for 10 weeks, for a total of 30 group therapy sessions, and their parents also get help when they attend one of those sessions each week with their teen, at Parent Night.  Urine drug testing is utilized as a critical tool to verify that teens are no longer using addictive substances. (602) 434-0249Arizona
AddictionAdult Children of AlcoholicsOffers 12 step support meetings at confidential locations.Maricopa
RightsAdult Family Support Is Key To RecoveryA printable explanation of what Family Support is, how to obtain Family Support and your right to Family Support.Arizona
CrisisAdult Protective ServicesAPS investigates allegations of abuse, exploitation and neglect of vulnerable adults. Also, self-neglect (when an adult with physical or mental impairments is unable to meet his or her basic needs which then impacts the adult’s minimum physical health, mental health or general safety).(877) 767-2385Arizona
HousingAffordable Housing OnlineMaintains a database of open Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher waiting lists. They also provide exhaustive information on individual apartment communities which receive Federal housing funding. They aggregate all government housing databases and update their data daily.National
Food/ClothingAgua Fria Food and Clothing BankFree food and clothing resource. No proof of citizenship required.(623) 932-9135Maricopa
Medicaid AHCCCSAHCCCS Arizona Health Care Cost Containment System - MedicaidArizona Health Care Cost Containment System (AHCCCS) is Arizona's Medicaid agency that offers health care programs to serve Arizona residents. Individuals must meet certain income and other requirements to obtain services.Arizona
EmploymentAHCCCS Freedom to WorkWorking Disabled group medical coverage plan for employed recipients with a disability without resource limitations.(800) 654-8713Arizona
TransportationAHCCCS Medical Transportation LineFor AHCCCS Medical Transport Services.(800) 962-6690Arizona
RightsAHCCCS Members Under 21 Years Of Age Have Dental CoveragePrintable explanation about your right to dental care if you are covered by AHCCCS and under 21.Arizona
Covid-19AHCCCS OIFA Arizona Health Cost Containment System Office of Individual and Family AffairsMindfulness Initiative, a YouTube video.Arizona
PregnancyAid to Women CenterProvides free pregnancy tests, and an array of low-cost pregnancy and prenatal services. They also offer education and support for women and families experiencing unplanned pregnancy, education on abortion procedures and risks, adoption awareness, STD and abstinence education, post abortion support and healing, medical assessment, medical services and referrals.(480) 966-1902Maricopa
HIV/AIDS/STDAIDS InformationHealth information specialists provide customized, confidential answers to your questions about HIV/AIDS clinical trials and treatment.(800) 448-0440National
AddictionAl-Anon Family Groups Meeting Information LineOffers national Al-Anon meeting information. Al-Anon is a mutual support group of peers who share their experience in applying the Al-Anon principles to problems related to the effects of a problem drinker in their lives.(800) 344-2666National
AddictionAlbert Long Residential Treatment CenterCommunity Bridges Inc Al Long Residential Program is a Dual Diagnosis Drug & Alcohol Addiction Treatment located in Holbrook, Arizona.(877) 931-9142Navajo
AddictionAlcoholics AnonymousReferrals to local twelve step groups open to all.(602) 264-1341Arizona
AddictionAlcoholics Anonymous Cochise CountyListing of AA meetings in Cochise County.(520) 459-0031Cochise
Domestic ViolenceAlice’s Place Domestic Violence ShelterPromotes individual empowerment by providing safe, confidential choices and culturally sensitive support to victims and survivors of Domestic Violence through Advocacy, Shelter, Education and Resources.(928) 289-3003Navajo
HearingALOHA Adult Loss of Hearing AssociationALOHA is a volunteer organization dedicated to providing education, advocacy & support to adults suffering from hearing loss.(520) 795-9887Pima
AddictionAlternative to Medication CenterOur program helps individuals with medication withdrawal using alternative mental health and holistic addiction treatment.(888) 907-7075Northern
Support Group CaregiversAlzheimer's AssociationOffers a 24-hour/day free helpline to provide information, caregiving tips, emotional support, and information and referrals for local resources. Also offers a variety of support groups and online message board support forums.(800) 272-3900National
ChildrenAmerican Academy of Child and Adolescent PsychiatryNational professional medical association dedicated to treating and improving the quality of life for children, adolescents, and families affected by mental health disorders. Publishes "Facts for Families" to provide concise and up-to-date information on issues that affect children, teenagers, and their families, and offers AACAP Resource Centers to empower consumers through patient education.(202) 966-7300National
Poison ControlAmerican Association of Poison ControlProvides emergency evaluations over the phone and information regarding unintentional ingestion of unknown or known substances or insect bites. (602) 253-3334Maricopa
CancerAmerican Cancer Society, Great West DivisionFunds Cancer Research, provides cancer prevention, advocacy and community education, and information and support services for cancer patients and family members.(602) 224-0524Maricopa
Suicide PreventionAmerican Foundation for Suicide PreventionProvides information on suicide statistics, suicide prevention, suicide awareness community and activities, and suicide prevention and education resources.(800) 273-8255National
Covid-19American Foundation for Suicide PreventionFind support for yourself or those who may be at risk for suicide.(800) 273-8255National
Covid-19American Foundation for Suicide PreventionWhether you have struggled with suicide yourself or have lost a loved one, know you are not alone. National
MedicalAmerican Heart AssociationProvides cardiovascular disease and stroke prevention and research, as well as public and professional education and information.(602) 414-5353Maricopa
Victim AssistanceAmerican Red Cross Grand Canyon ChapterProvides relief to victims of disaster as well as helps people prevent, prepare for and respond to emergencies.(602) 336-6660Maricopa
HIV/AIDS/STDAmerican Sexual Health AssociationSource of information on sexual health and sexually transmitted infections.(919) 361-8400National
AddictionAmerica's Rehab CampusAmerica’s Rehab Campuses offer modern state-of-the-art drug and alcohol treatment facilities with accredited inpatient and outpatient programs to help you or a loved recover from addiction.(833) 272-7342Southern
HomelessAndre HouseOffers transitional housing for men and women; call to schedule an interview. Offers a nightly meal, clothing closet, showers, laundry services, and locker rentals. Proof of citizenship not required, but ID required for some services.(602) 255-0580Maricopa
Senior CitizenAngels Care Home HealthMedicare certified home health care agency -- includes anxiety and depression program.(928) 649-8890Yavapai
Mental HealthApache Behavioral Health ServiceThe mission of ABHS is to improve the quality of life for individuals and families who are residing on the Fort Apache Reservation and enrolled members of the White Mountain Apache Tribe. Services are available to Tribal members regardless of their state or federally funded status.(928) 338-4811Apache
MedicalApache County Public Health DistrictApache County Clinical Services shall protect, promote, and enhance the health and well-being of individuals, families, and communities in Apache County by empowering them to make informed decisions and adopt healthy behaviors.(928) 337-7532Apache
AddictionApache Junction Drug Prevention CoalitionA collaborative partnership with the community, building a safe and substance abuse free environment through education, prevention and networking. (480) 516-4694Central
FinancialApache Public FiduciaryThe Public Fiduciary assumes Guardian, Conservator, or Personal Representative for individuals who have been determined to be unable to handle their own personal business affairs, when there are no relatives or other qualified individuals willing or able to serve. They also handle the affairs the affairs of vulnerable adults and the estates of those who die and have no one to manage estates once their gone and indigent burials (burial of poor persons).(928) 337-7639Apache
Utility AssistanceAPS Arizona Public Service Electric CompanyAn assistance programs that provide discounts to qualified limited-income customers as well as programs to help customers to stay on top of their bills.(800) 253-9405Arizona
Developmentally DisabledARCH Arizona Recreational Center for HandicappedARCH is a 5-acre recreation center in the heart of Phoenix, offering a full range of skills-based programs and activities, enabling adults and children with developmental disabilities to obtain higher levels of physical well-being, pride, independence, and self-esteem.(602) 230-2226Maricopa
RightsAre You Seeking Substance Use Treatment?Your options for treatment even if you do not have insurance.Arizona
Senior CitizenArea Agency on Aging, Region OneThe Area Agency on Aging, Region One, offers a large variety of programs and services that enhance the quality of life for residents of Maricopa County, Arizona. (888) 783-7500Maricopa
Developmentally DisabledARIESAIRES is committed to providing person-centered services of the highest quality to children and adults with disabilities, as well as the elderly.(800) 540-2050Cochise
EmploymentArizona @ Work Southeastern ArizonaProvides One Stop services to all job seekers and employers.(520) 458-9309Cochise
MedicalArizona Alliance for Community Health CentersThe Arizona Alliance for Community Health Centers (AACHC) is the Primary Care Association (PCA) for the State of Arizona. Community Health Centers are not insurance plans.  They can help you determine what you may be eligible for (AHCCCS, Marketplace) or can help set up affordable medical visits at their clinics for you if you do not have insurance or do not qualify.(602) 253-0090Maricopa
Assistive TechnologyArizona Assistive Technology ExchangeOnline resource for used assistive technology, adapted and durable medical equipment. Some items are no cost, although some may have a price or best offer.(602) 728-9534Arizona
Senior CitizenArizona Association of Area AgenciesAZ4A is the Arizona Association of Area Agencies on Aging, a statewide network of seven regional agencies that address the needs of seniors and individuals with disabilities, as well as their families and caregivers.(928) 298-2574Arizona
EmploymentArizona At WorkARIZONA@WORK is the statewide workforce development network that helps employers of all sizes and types recruit, develop and retain the best employees for their needs. For job seekers throughout the state, we provide services and resources to pursue employment opportunities.Arizona
Vision CareArizona Blind/Visual Impairment ResourcesResource guide for the blind and visually impaired.Arizona
FinancialArizona Call Center Unemployment InformationHow to use the Unemployment Insurance Benefits Using the Arizona Unemployment Insurance Call Center Phone System and Telephone Information and Payment System (TIPS)(602) 542-5954Arizona
Senior CitizenArizona Care Management SolutionsElder care advice.(928) 300-0172Arizona
Legal AssistanceArizona Center for Disability LawThe Arizona Center for Disability Law advocates for the legal rights of persons with disabilities to be free from abuse, neglect and discrimination and to gain access to services, maximizing independence and achieving equality.(602) 274-6287Maricopa
Legal AssistanceArizona Center for Law in the Public InterestThe Arizona Center for Law in the Public Interest (ACLPI) is a nonprofit law firm dedicated to ensuring government accountability and protecting the legal rights of Arizonans.(602) 258-8850Maricopa
MedicalArizona Center for Rural HealthThe Arizona Center for Rural Health (AzCRH) core mission is to improve the health and wellness of Arizona’s rural and underserved populations.(520) 262-4802Pima
EducationArizona Center for Youth ResourcesOffering academic, vocational, and employment programs that help individuals discover their potential. Options designed to ensure success – continuing education choices, work-based learning, leadership development, linkages to employers, and on-going, sustained support. Offers high school, GED, adult learning, and more.(602) 252-6721Maricopa
ChildrenArizona Child Abuse Info CenterMandatory reporting of child abuse training presented by Arizona Governor's Office - Children's Justice Programs.(602) 271-4500Arizona
ChildrenArizona Child and Family Advocacy NetworkAdvocacy centers located throughout Arizona are designed to provide onsite services to child victims of either physical or sexual abuse as well as neglect. Some centers provide services to adult victims of sexual assault, domestic violence, or vulnerable adult abuse.(928) 750-3583Arizona
ChildrenArizona Child Care AdministrationFind childcare, obtain childcare assistance and licenses childcare facilities.(602) 542-2526Arizona
ChildrenArizona Child Care Resource and ReferralProvides free information about community trainings and resources for child care providers and the early childhood community via telephone or online search.(800) 308-9000Arizona
Foster CareArizona Children's AssociationProvides services and support related to foster, adoption, respite, crisis, and shelter for children up to 6 years.(800) 944-7611Arizona
Domestic ViolenceArizona Coalition to End Sexual and Domestic ViolenceProviders of direct services to victims and survivors of sexual and domestic violence. Victims and survivors are the beneficiaries of their work. Also provides free legal representation to enforce the rights of crime victims in criminal cases in Arizona, as well as social services to assist crime victims during the course of the case.(800) 782-6400Arizona
Deaf & Hard of HearingArizona Comission for the Deaf and Hard of HearingThe purpose of the ACDHH is to ensure, in partnership with the public and private sector, accessibility for the deaf and hard of hearing to improve their quality of life. (602) 542-3323Arizona
Covid-19Arizona Comission for the Deaf and Hard of HearingLatest Covid-19 Videos in ASL and with Captions.(602) 542-3323Arizona
MedicalArizona Complete CareDedicated to promoting healthy outcomes and quality of life for the members. They strive to make a difference in the lives of Arizona Long Term Care System’s (ALTCS) members and providers.(888) 788-4408Arizona
Health PlanArizona Complete Health CareIn Arizona, Care 1st and Arizona Complete Health-Complete Care Plan are bringing our health plans together to better serve our members, providers, partners and communities.(888) 788-4408Arizona
AddictionArizona Council on Compulsive GamblingProvides referrals to local Gamblers Anonymous meetings.(800) 777-7207Arizona
Counselor SearchArizona Counselor AssociationSearch for Counselors in Arizona. Also has a Counselor job search as well as training information.(480) 485-9968Arizona
Victim AssistanceArizona Criminal Justice CommissionThe victim compensation program provides financial assistance to victims of crime or others who may have experienced a financial loss as a direct result of a crime. The program covers expenses of physical harm, mental distress, and economic loss directly resulting from victimization. Eligibility to receive benefits from the program does not require the apprehension or conviction of an offender, and the compensation program is always the payer of last resort.(928) 718-4967Mohave
Islamic CommunityArizona Cultural Academy and College PrepACA is an Islamic private school, which promotes excellence in academic, religious, and behavioral education; and offers a comprehensive balanced program to enhance the learners’ potentials and skills to raise upright, tolerant, and law-abiding citizens to be leaders of the future. Their tuition is based on family income, and scholarships are available.(602) 454-1222Maricopa
DentalArizona Dental AssociationProvides a list of Reduced Fee and Community Dental Clinics in Arizona.(480) 344-5777Maricopa
DentalArizona Dental FoundationProvides comprehensive dental care at no charge to individuals who are elderly (65+), have a special need (SSDI), or are medically compromised (i.e., transplant waiting lists), and lack adequate income to pay for needed dental care or have no dental insurance. Must fill out an application and be placed on waiting list.(480) 850-1474Arizona
ChildrenArizona Department of Child Safety Child Abuse HotlineReport suspicion of child abuse, neglect or exploitation. Hotline for people with children who are being abused.(888) 767-2445Arizona
EducationArizona Department of EducationProvides information on available Maricopa County GED and Adult Education classes, and GED testing centers. Also provides information on Arizona Language Acquisition for Adults classes by county.(602) 542-4361Arizona
ChildrenArizona Department of Education - Exceptional Student ServicesESS ensures that public education agencies in Arizona have special education programs, policies, and procedures that comply with the federal Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) and its implementing regulations, and that eligible children and youth with disabilities receive a free appropriate public education (FAPE).(602) 542-4013Arizona
Covid-19Arizona Department of Health ServicesProvides current information on Covid-19, testing locations, and other resources.Arizona
HousingArizona Department of HousingArizona's state housing agency provides information on apartment rentals, emergency repair and housing rehabilitation, eviction or foreclosure assistance, fair housing laws, homeownership assistance, and section 8 housing. Also, offers unemployment, underemployment and reinstatement mortgage payment assistance as well as short sale assistance in addition to principal reduction assistance to qualified Arizona homeowners.(602) 771-1000Arizona
VeteransArizona Department of Veterans ServicesThis is an official U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) - apply for benefits using the Internet.(844) 698-2311National
Utility AssistanceArizona Dept of Economic SecurityUtility assistance programs to assist low income households.(855) 432-7587Arizona
DUI Arizona DUIServices is qualified to offer accommodating, affordable, and convenient DUI Alcohol and Drug Screenings, Revocation Evaluations, 16 Hour DUI Education and 20 or 36 Hours of DUI Treatment to anyone anywhere in the state of Arizona.(602) 882-4968Arizona
Developmentally DisabledArizona Early Intervention ProgramThe Arizona Early Intervention Program (AzEIP) is Arizona’s statewide interagency system of services and supports for families of infants and toddlers, birth to three years of age, with disabilities or delays. AzEIP is established by Part C of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA), which provides eligible children and their families access to services to enhance the capacity of families and caregivers to support the child’s development.(602) 532-9960Arizona
FoodArizona Famers Market Nutrition ProgramProvides vouchers to allow participants to purchase fresh fruits and vegetables at approved farmers markets. Must be eligible for WIC or the Commodity Program through Arizona Department of Health Services.(800) 252-5942Arizona
MedicalArizona Family Health PartnershipOffers pap smears and some STD testing, as well as birth control on a sliding scale fee schedule (dependent on income and number of people living in the home). No proof of citizenship required.(602) 258-5777Maricopa
FoodArizona Food Bank NetworkLarge database of emergency food options (food banks, pantries, soup kitchens, shelters, and others that distribute emergency food) in Arizona. Find Food Bank by zip code.(602) 528-3434Arizona
Covid-19Arizona Health Care Cost Containment System - MedicaidInformation on COVID-19 FAQs.(602) 417-4000Arizona
Medicaid AHCCCSArizona Health Care Cost Containment System - MedicaidHow to apply for Arizona's Medicaid system.(855) 432-7587Arizona
Foster CareArizona Helping HandsOffers multiple programs to assist under-privileged and struggling children and families, including an annual holiday toy distribution, annual Christmas meal, English as a Learned Language for parents of school-aged children, vision care for children, and other special projects throughout the year.(480) 889-0604Maricopa
HousingArizona Housing CoalitionAdvocates for safe, affordable homes for all Arizonans.(602) 340-9393Arizona
Pet AssistanceArizona Humane Society Temporary Placement ProgramsThe Humane Society’s alternative placement department offers unique and special services for those in our community when they are temporarily unable to care for their pets.(602) 997-7585Maricopa
Legal AssistanceArizona Mental Health and Criminal Justice CoalitionThe mission of the Arizona Mental Health Criminal Justice Coalition is to reduce the numbers of those with mental disorders and addictions who are incarcerated through Prevention, Intervention and Treatment. (602) 774-4382Maricopa
Mental HealthArizona MentorArizona MENTOR is licensed by the Arizona Department of Health Services as a behavioral health residential facility, serving adults 18 years and older with complex mental health needs. (602) 200-9494Arizona
VeteransArizona Opportunities Industrialization CenterOffers specific job training courses with certification to the community. Offers GED preparation, job leads, and a clothing closet. Offers free work readiness skill building courses, counseling, and job placement for homeless veterans.(602) 513-8311Maricopa
Peer & FamilyArizona Peer and Family CoalitionDedicated to extending peer and family leadership into all aspects of Arizona’s behavioral health care. (928) 277-0713Arizona
Family SupportArizona Phoenix Baptist Children's ServicesOffers low cost counseling to children and adults. Also offers an array of workshops, parenting classes, and resources.(602) 346-2300Maricopa
Poison ControlArizona Poison ControlWorking to keep Arizonans healthy and safe, and provide the expert medical knowledge they need when they have a poison emergency.(800) 222-1222Arizona
Addiction PreventionArizona Prevention PortalThis website serves as a portal for the work of human service providers and community coalitions throughout southern Arizona working to address substance misuse among youth and older adults.Southern
RefugeeArizona Refugee Resettlement Program ResourcesAdministers programs for refugees, including cash assistance, medical assistance, well as English language training, an unaccompanied refugee minors’ program, case management, employment services, school impact programs and more.(602) 542-4446Maricopa
ChildrenArizona Resource Guide For Supporting Children With Life-Threatening Food AllergiesThe purpose of this manual is to provide a guideline for supporting children with life-threatening food allergies in school. This resource is to assist teams in developing individual plans for children. Arizona Department of Health.Arizona
DentalArizona School of Dentistry and Oral HealthThe Dental Clinic at the Arizona School of Dentistry & Oral Health offers all the high-quality services you would expect from a private-practice clinic, plus many advanced and specialized services you won't find at other clinics:(480) 248-8100Arizona
Legal AssistanceArizona Secretary of StateMaintains a free registry called the “Arizona Advance Directive” where individuals can send advance directives for secure storage and can be accessible to individuals, loved ones and health care providers. This webpage also has other resources available on advanced directives.(602) 542-4285Arizona
FinancialArizona Self HelpArizona Self Help is a free and easy way to find out if your family can get help from 40 different health and human services programs.Arizona
Senior CitizenArizona Senior Citizen's Law ProjectOffers free information and legal assistance to seniors over 60 in Maricopa County. Call on Wednesdays between 1pm and 4:30pm.(602) 252-6710Maricopa
Domestic ViolenceArizona Shelters and Safe HousesProvides a list of domestic violence shelters, safe houses and services in Arizona.Arizona
Smoking CessationArizona Smoker's HelplineFree telephone and web-based coaching services to help people quit tobacco. Medication cessation assistance also available.(800) 556-6222Arizona
Asian CommunityArizona South Asians for Safe FamiliesFree domestic violence assistance for individuals from South Asian communities.(877) 723-3711Arizona
Developmentally DisabledArizona Special OlympicsWith emphasis on acceptance, respect and inclusion; SOAZ operates under the assumption that people with intellectual disabilities are capable of participation in all aspects of life by focusing on abilities rather than limitations. Special Olympics is often the only place where they have an opportunity to participate in their communities and develop belief in themselves. (602) 230-1200Mohave
AdvocacyArizona Spinal Cord Injury AssociationThe Arizona Spinal Cord Injury Association is dedicated to enhancing the lives of individuals with spinal cord injuries. Goal is to promote physical, intellectual, spiritual, emotional and social recovery. (602) 507-4209Arizona
Legal AssistanceArizona State Attorney GeneralThe Attorney General’s Office is the attorney for the state of Arizona. They handle consumer, civil, victim rights and other complaints. They provide advocacy and public education on consumer protection issues with an emphasis on fraud and abuse. enforce civil rights laws, increase public awareness of civil rights, provide dispute resolution services, and offer community services throughout the State.(800) 458-4911Arizona
Vision CareArizona State Braille and Talking Book LibraryProvides books, magazines and other library resources in alternate formats for all Arizona residents whose visual or physical disabilities prevent the use of conventional print materials. Also offers information about resources and activities around the valley for the visually and hearing impaired.(602) 255-5578Arizona
Psychiatric HospitalArizona State HospitalTreatment at ASH (Arizona State Hospital) is considered “the highest and most restrictive” level of care in the state. Patients are admitted as a result of an inability to be treated in a community facility or due to their legal status.  (602) 244-1331Arizona
AdvocacyArizona State Hospital Independent Oversight CommitteeEach committee is comprised of groups of local citizens who provide support and review in matters to the rights of people with developmental disabilities where services are provided. (602) 220-6012Arizona
Suicide PreventionArizona State Suicide Prevention WebsiteProvides ending suicide resources in Arizona.(800) 273-8255Arizona
CrisisArizona State University HotlineFor students and staff needing telephone crisis counseling, 24-hour crisis hotline.(480) 965-6146Arizona
Suicide PreventionArizona Suicide Prevention Coalition​With public discourse, education, and awareness, each of us can help reduce the frequency of suicide in our communities.(866) 205-5229Arizona
Legal AssistanceArizona Supreme CourtThe Arizona Supreme Court site has information about the entire court system.(602) 452-3300Arizona
Covid-19Arizona TogetherList of COVID-19 resources for anyone in Arizona.Arizona
Covid-19Arizona Town HallA growing list of resources and tips on how to adapt during the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic.(602) 252-6189Arizona
AddictionArizona Transitional HousingTransitional, sober housing provides supportive housing along with drug and alcohol treatment for selective locations. Search through our list of supportive housing below to find the transitional resource in Arizona you need.(800) 334-8893Arizona
FinancialArizona Unemployment Insurance ApplicationHow to file for unemployment benefits.(602) 542-5954Arizona
TeenArizona Youth PartnershipProvides a free education-based program for pregnant and parenting teens, 21 and under. Teens are given healthy pregnancy classes, childbirth classes, parenting classes, support group and special events. Dedicated Case Managers follow the teens for up to a year following the birth of their baby making sure that they have the best possible outcomes.(877) 882-2881Maricopa
Foster CareASA Now Advocacy, Support and Assistance for Children and Families Impacted by Foster CareASA Now is a non-profit organization that Advocates for, Supports, and Assists children and families impacted by foster care. They are passionate about providing support to families and professionals by restoring hope and empowering them to better serve these children in need.(623) 428-1592Arizona
Asian CommunityAsian Pacific Community in ActionThey champion access so that all Arizonans have meaningful access to culturally competent and linguistically appropriate healthcare they can afford. This improves their health and wellbeing and reduces overall costs on the system.(602) 265-4598Maricopa
ChildrenAssociation for Supportive Child CareProvides free information about community trainings and resources for child care providers and the early childhood community via telephone or online search. Offers a Kith & Kin Project that provides a 14-week free early childhood training and support group to child care providers of the children of friends and family. Transportation within a 5-mile radius can be provided. Free childcare available during the classes.(800) 535-4599Arizona
FoodAssociation of Arizona Food BanksSearch for Food Banks in your area.(800) 445-1914Arizona
Prescription HelpAstraZeneca Prescription and Savings ProgramFree medication (Seroquel, Toprol) provided on a case-by-case basis based on eligibility requirements. (800) 263-9933National
Mental HealthASU Health ServicesOffers low cost physical, counseling, crisis services and behavioral health care for those without insurance. In-house lab tests are provided. Also accepts most insurance plans. Additional locations in Scottsdale and Tempe.(602) 496-0721Maricopa
Legal AssistanceASU Legal Civil Law ClinicAccepts new cases on or after the start of each new semester based on type of case and need.(480) 965-6968Maricopa
HearingASU Speech and Hearing ClinicProvides speech and hearing services to the general public at competitive rates. Sliding scale available for those who qualify.(480) 965-2373Arizona
Internet/PhoneAT&TPhone service for low-income at a reduced amount.(800) 331-0500Arizona
Language InterpreterAT&T Language LineCommunicate with anyone in over 170 languages within minutes. This is a fee for service language interpretation provider.(800) 752-6096National
Psychiatric HospitalAurora Behavioral HealthThe state’s largest free-standing psychiatric hospital mission is to "inspire hope and wellness in every patient through exceptional individualized care” on a daily basis. (877) 870-7012Maricopa
AddictionAwakening Recovery CenterFull-service Counseling Facility that provides an Intensive Outpatient Program serving Arizona, and based out of Tempe, Arizona and Safford, Arizona.  They specialize in the treatment of addiction and alcoholism using a variety of evidence-based therapeutic methods to aid in your recovery process.(480) 209-1977Arizona
CommunityAZ 2 1 1Enter your zip code for information and community resources in your county with specific COVID-19 information and resources. Arizona 211211Arizona
Legal AssistanceAZ Law HelpResources and referrals for Arizona civil legal aid.(866) 637-5341Arizona
Peer & FamilyAZ Peer and Family ResourcesA resources website and locator for a variety of peer and family resources, substance abuse services, and much, much more.Arizona
AutismAZA Arizona Autism UnitedVision is to become a model autism organization that provides comprehensive services across the lifespan, with facilities throughout the state of Arizona.(602) 773-5773Arizona
Family SupportAZCEND Family Support and Assistance Program - Chandler & GilbertProvides assistance to families in the community with children 0-5 years old. The program will work with families to develop goals and support families in achieving those goals. Provides emergency diapers for families in need with children ages 0 to 5, with a scheduled appointment, resources and referrals, and family support.(480) 963-1423Maricopa
GrandparentAZGA Arizona Grandparents AmbassadorsStatewide support and legislative advocacy network of, by and for grandparents raising grandchildren and non-parent caregivers raising children. We are the families who give these children safe, stable homes and keep them out of the foster care system. (520) 312-8067Arizona
ChildrenAZPAC Arizona Partnership for ChildrenAzPaC has delivered services for the Department of Child Safety (DCS) and First Things First. DCS Programs include the following: Arizona Families F.I.R.S.T, In Home Services, Foster Parent recruitment and licensing, Adoptive Parent recruitment and licensing, Interstate Compact for the Placement of Children (ICPC), and Parent Aide. (928) 774-9125Arizona
ParentingAZYP Active Parenting: First Five YearsArizona Youth Partnership builds solid foundations for youth and families by partnering with Arizona communities to prevent and solve local issues such as substance abuse, youth homelessness, lack of educational opportunities, teen pregnancy, and challenging family dynamics.(877) 882-2881Gila
PregnancyBaby SproutsTo develop and implement prevention programs for women and their families that establishes healthy birth outcomes and healthy behaviors.(928) 337-7532Apache
FoodBagdad Community Food BankFood Bank, please call for days and times. Emergency food is available as needed.(928) 848-1718Yavapai
Mental HealthBanner Behavioral HealthOffers inpatient and outpatient substance abuse and mental health services, and offers both a Basic Financial Assistance Program and an Enhanced Financial Assistance Program. No proof of citizenship required. (602) 254-4357Maricopa
Health PlanBanner University Family CareBanner University Family Care/AHCCCS Complete Care (B – UFC/ACC) is an integrated health insurance plan.(800) 582-8686Arizona
Legal AssistanceBazelon Center for Mental Health LawThe Bazelon Center for Mental Health Law is a nonprofit organization devoted to improving the lives of people with mental illnesses through changes in policy and law. Their website provides legislative updates that affect individuals with mental illness, and advocacy resources.(202) 467-5730National
Addiction PreventionBe Awesome Youth CoalitionOur mission is to reduce youth substance abuse in Pima by creating opportunities for public and private entities to work together utilizing evidence-based strategies, directly impacting factors contributing to local youth substance abuse. (520) 428-7750Pima
VeteransBe Connected ArizonaConnecting Arizona service members, veterans, families & helpers to information, support and resources. A Support Line is available to everyone and callers can keep their identity anonymous. (855) 785-1500Arizona
RightsBe Your Own Advocate Voice And ChoiceYou have a right to voice and choice in your health care services. Printable explanation on how to advocate for yourself.Arizona
RightsBehavioral Health Respite In The Children’s SystemPrintable explanation about Respite care in the Behavioral Health Children's SystemArizona
FinancialBenefits CheckupYou may be eligible for programs that save money on medications and other health care costs (such as copays and deductibles). A place to check eligibility for various federal, state, and local assistance programs.(800) 794-6559Arizona
SupportBenevillaHome support services available to those with limited resources by volunteers. Services include friendly visits, telephone calls, grocery shopping, handyman services, and transportation. They also offer assistance locating resources to meet specific needs.(623) 584-4999Maricopa
FoodBenson Area Food BankFood bank and food pantry. Walk-ins served. No referral required. Photo ID, proof of address and self-declaration of income.(520) 200-5186Cochise
Mental HealthBest Care Behavioral HomesBest Care Behavioral Homes is a residential Behavioral Health Agency that is equipped to not only address the client’s mental health needs, but also their co-occurring physical and substance abuse needs. (928) 793-2216Yavapai
ChildrenBig Brothers Big Sisters of Central ArizonaOffers community-based and school-based mentoring programs for children ages 6 to 18.(602) 264-9254Arizona
Grief/BereavementBilly's PlaceA free grief resource center/grief support center for kids and their families ages 3 to 30. This 501c3, non-profit agency hosts various peer-facilitated support groups and community remembrance events for those who have lost a special person.(623) 414-9838Maricopa
Support Group Bipolar DisorderBiPolar BearsThe BiPolar Bears is an issues-oriented support group which meets weekly to discuss Serious Depression and Bipolar topics of common concern.(480) 838-3749Maricopa
ChildrenBirth to Five HelplineYoung children don’t come with an instruction manual. You’re going to have questions. There will be times when you can use some advice. Sometimes you just need someone to listen. The Birth to Five Helpline is here to help.(877) 705-5437Arizona
HomelessBisbee Coalition for the HomelessBisbee Coalition for the Homeless (BCH) operates a shelter for men, women and children just off Highway 92 in Bisbee, Arizona. While the moniker suggests that it serves only those who are homeless, BCH serves anyone who may be in need, offering a wide variety of services.(520) 432-7839Cochise
LGBTQ+Bisbee PrideBisbee Pride began in 2004 by a small group of LGBT friends. From a small local Pride Celebration Bisbee Pride has grown into a year-round community service focused non-profit organization.(520) 261-8415Cochise
AddictionBlossom HouseBlossom House is an 8-bed sober living facility for women which provides a structured environment to assist in the road to recovery.(928) 758-3799Mohave
AddictionBlue Vase Recovery CenterBlue Vase Recovery Center in Show Low has programs can help you recover from alcoholism, addiction, and other life hindering problems. They believe if you break the vicious cycle, there is a better life waiting for you. (480) 826-3833Navajo
ChildrenBoys and Girls ClubsOffers a variety of summer and after school programs for children in grades K through 12, including programs in Arts, Character and Leadership, Education and Career Development, Technology, Health and Life Skills, and Sports, Fitness, and Recreations. Dues start around $30/year with scholarships available dependent on family income and situation.(602) 954-8182Maricopa
TeenBoys Town National HotlineNational hotline is a free resource and counseling service that assists youth and parents 24/7 year-round, nationwide.(800) 448-3000National
FoodBread of Life Mission at Camp Verde Community CenterProvides hot meals and food boxes.(928) 567-6931Yavapai
HomelessBread of Life Mission of HolbrookProvides emergency shelter for men, women, and women with children. Includes meals, showers, and case management. Attendance at the chapel service is encouraged. Offers an optional one-year discipleship/recovery program for men and women. Offers food boxes, when available, to people in need.(928) 524-3874Navajo
Computer AccessBret Tarver Learning CenterAs part of the City of Phoenix Parks and Recreation Department, offers free computer classes (1:1 and group), computers for public use, lending library, ESL classes, and additional services as available. (602) 262-7127Maricopa
Prescription HelpBristol-Myers Squibb Patient Assistance FoundationProvides free medication (including Abilify) to indigent patients who qualify.(800) 736-0003National
Health PlanBUHP Banner United Health Plan - Member Advocacy Council MACServes as the voice of the member, family and communities we serve. Council members will advise, assist and provide guidance to the physical and behavioral health service delivery system from the member, family and community lens.(480) 827-5988Arizona
Senior CitizenBullhead City Senior CenterThe Senior Center is a gathering place for Bullhead City's active adult community. Seniors can get together to socialize, exercise, play games, get support and information on senior resources, participate in health screenings and utilize transportation services. (928) 763-0193Mohave
Domestic ViolenceBullhead City Victim ServicesServices for individuals who have been victim of a crime and/or domestic violence.(928) 763-0163Mohave
Senior CitizenBurkshire Retirement HotelBurkeshire Retirement Hotel is an Assisted Living Center with Behavioral Health Services, operating 24 hours a day, 365 a year. Our Assisted Living Center cares for both male and female adults and their families, seeking an intervention to rehabilitate a variety of behavioral health issues and assistance with daily living.(602) 258-7488Arizona
Domestic ViolenceCAAFA Community Alliance Against Family AbuseProvides safe housing, support groups, legal advocacy, and 1:1 empowerment sessions.(480) 982-0205Maricopa
Internet/PhoneCable One/SparklightUnlimited data for 30 days and certain households qualify for a low amount per month.(877) 692-0597North
AddictionCalvary Healing CenterWe’ve strived to create a secure, compassionate and comfortable environment to recover from different forms of addiction and substance abuse.(602) 279-1468Arizona
FoodCamp Verde Senior CenterOffers daily, weekday lunches. The food is home-cooked, plentiful and the company is lively. We have Wi-Fi internet services, pool table, and other offerings.(928) 567-6356Yavapai
CancerCancer Prevention and Control ProgramsLocations for eligibility determination and enrollment listed by county. Offers toll-free hotlines as an additional resource.(888) 257-8502National
Equine TherapyCANTER Cochise Area Network of Therapeutic Equestrian ResourcesThe mission of CANTER is to promote the health and independence of individuals with disabilities or special needs using equine assisted activities in a safe and caring manner.(520) 378-3196Cochise
Mental HealthCanyon Vista Medical Center Behavioral Health UnitFull service medical center including behavioral health services.(520) 458-4641Cochise
MedicalCanyonlands Community HealthcareLocal Healthcare Center for the local Stafford Arizona area providing primary care, family planning and dental care.(877) 645-9675Graham
MedicalCanyonlands HealthcareProvides primary healthcare, behavioral health, emergency, dental and other medical services.(928) 645-6612Gila
AddictionCanyonlands HealthcareSubstance alcohol and opioid abuse treatment services.(928) 645-8123Gila
Health PlanCare 1st Health PlanCare1st Health Plan Arizona, Inc. will be the most provider-oriented managed care organization that will strive to continuously improve the quality of services rendered to its members.(866) 560-4042Arizona
AdvocacyCare1st Avondale Resource CenterProvides human and housing services including assistance with benefits, tutoring in English and literacy, citizenship classes, employment assistance, parenting classes and teen pregnancy support, and various other resources and workshops. (623) 333-2703Maricopa
FoodCaring Hearts Food BankThe one difference from traditional mobile markets is we offer rescued produce and assorted pantry items - imperfectly delicious, blemished seconds that would be slated for a landfill. Be part of the affordable solution with unrestricted access that benefits the environment, and combats food insecurity, hunger and poverty throughout the River Valley Tristate.(928) 758-7689Mohave
HousingCaring Spirits of ArizonaSafe, comfortable and affordable independent housing and related support services and care coordination for low-income disabled adults whether the disability is related to their physical health, mental health, or both. (720) 588-2022Arizona
DentalCarrington College Dental ClinicOffering free dental care to children ages 12-17, conducted by supervised students in the college's dental-hygiene program, including X-rays, cleaning and polishing. Valid 5-8:30pm Mondays, 8am-9pm Tuesdays, 1-5pm Wednesdays, and 8am-5pm Thursdays and Fridays.(480) 717-3510Maricopa
FoodCASA Central Arizona Senior AssociationHot meals and meals on wheels plus many more activities.(928) 772-3337Yavapai
ChildrenCASA Court Appointed Special AdvocatesCASA stands for Court Appointed Special Advocates. CASA volunteers are everyday people appointed by a judge to speak up for abused and neglected children in court. CASA of Arizona and its volunteers have been advocating for abused and neglected children in Arizona for over 35 years and have served over 25,000 children.(928) 453-0705Arizona
HomelessCASS Central Arizona Shelter ServicesProvides shelter and support services to homeless adults and families. Services include showers, food, clothing, hygiene items, and case management. They also house a medical and dental facility, as well as offer employment services.(602) 256-6945Maricopa
DentalCASS Homeless Shelter Dental ClinicOffers dental care on sliding scale (low-cost) basis for patients who are 21 years of age or older and cannot afford dental care.(602) 256-6945Maricopa
HomelessCatholic CharitiesProvides emergency shelter and services to help you recover and gain independence and transition into permanent housing.(855) 316-2229Coconino
SupportCatholic CharitiesArray of programs in Yavapai County.(928) 634-4254Yavapai
Family SupportCatholic Charities Community ServicesImmigrations, unaccompanied minors, refugee resettlement and housing services available, plus counseling for unexpected pregnancy, sex trafficking, domestic violence, and more.(855) 316-2229Arizona
RefugeeCatholic Charities Refugee ResettlementCatholic Charities Community Services, a national leader in the effective, compassionate resettlement of thousands of refugees, provides a welcoming and supportive network to help those new to our country quickly gain independence and become productive members of their new community.(602) 997-6105Maricopa
Developmentally DisabledCCSN Caring Connections for Special NeedsCaring Connections for Special Needs (CCSN) improves the behavioral health and wellness of children through a family support approach. They are founded on the belief that they must focus on our children and families and follow the Core Focus to improve the lives of children and families. (520) 639-9006Cochise
Covid-19CDC Centers for Disease ControlFact Sheet: What you should know about COVID-19 to protect yourself and others.National
Covid-19CDC Centers for Disease ControlFact Sheet: What to do if you are sick and think you have COVID-19.National
Support GroupCelebrate RecoveryOffers Christian based support meetings to help people obtain freedom from their hurts, hang-ups, and habits. Multiple meetings times/places in Arizona.Arizona
AddictionCenter for Behavioral HealthNetwork of outpatient facilities offers comprehensive substance abuse treatment programs to assist people addicted to opiates such as OxyContin, Lortab, Vicodin, Oxycodone, Hydrocodone and Heroin.(602) 253-6553Arizona
HIV/AIDS/STDCenter for Disease Control HIV/AIDS/STDOffers a 24-hour information line that provides information about STDs/AIDs, and offers locations for testing centers. Also offers information on all other diseases.(800) 232-4636National
PregnancyCenter for HopeProvides residential and comprehensive support services for homeless pregnant women dealing with substance abuse issues, including counseling, parenting classes, health classes, and more. (520) 904-5277Pima
EmploymentCenter for Psychiatric RehabilitationOffers resources for living well with a psychiatric disability in work and school. An interactive and informative web site for people with a psychiatric condition that addresses issues and reasonable accommodations related to work and school.(617) 353-3549National
Torture RecoveryCenter for Victims of TortureThey provide a bridge between torture victims, the local community and society as a whole, working to restore the dignity of the human spirit one survivor at a time.(877) 265-8775National
Covid-19Centers for Disease ControlCDC is the nation’s health protection agency, working 24/7 to protect America from health and safety threats, both foreign and domestic. CDC increases the health security of our nation.National
ChildrenCFSS Child and Family Support ServicesDoing away with the sometimes-negative aspects of behavioral healthcare services to make the experience positive, helpful, and efficient, is how they based their behavioral health support services. Offers services when and where you want and need them rather than only during traditional office hours. If you need support on a weekend, evening or holiday, we believe it should be available. When you need services in your home, your child’s school, a young adult’s workplace, or wherever else help is most beneficial, that is where services should be offered.(480) 635-9944Arizona
Senior CitizenCHAMMP Coalition to Improve Health and Increase Awareness of Medication Management Through PreventionHAMMP is a Rx Medication Misuse Prevention Coalition. It was developed to educate older adults and their caregivers about the safe use, storage and disposal of medications, thus improving the health and lives of senior citizens and the communities where they live. CHAMMP has a mascot, Bill the Pill, who attends different local events and teaches medication safety to people of all ages.(520) 424-2828Southern
Rent/Utility AssistanceChandler Community ActionOffers clothing and food box referrals for walk-ins, assistance with utilities and past due rent. Must come in and fill out an application. Verification of citizenship not required.(480) 963-1423Maricopa
CancerChandler Regional HospitalChandler Regional and Ironwood Cancer Center have come together to offer you or a family member who is suffering from cancer a variety of cancer support groups and classes.(602) 234-9568Maricopa
AddictionChangepoint Integrated Behavioral HealthProvides a wide-range of integrated behavioral health services including counseling, substance abuse treatment, psychiatry, housing programs, vocational rehabilitation, and much more.(928) 368-4110Navajo
Internet/PhoneCharter CommunicationsFree internet offer for 2 months for households with K-12 or college student.(844) 579-3743Arizona
Hispanic CommunityChicanos por la CausaComprehensive range of bilingual and bi-cultural services in Health & Human Services, Housing, Education, and Economic Development. (623) 247-0464Maricopa
ChildrenChild and Family ResourcesTheir family programs build resilient children and families. Being a parent presents special challenges and joys. Some parents are faced with even harder challenges such as having a child with developmental disabilities, living in poverty, or not being able to provide basic needs for their children. Their in-home Family Support Specialists teach parents how to be the best parents they can be despite these challenges.(520) 881-8940Arizona
Anger ManagementChild Crisis ArizonaOffers a wide variety of free or low-cost classes and activities for parents and children, including anger management. Offers a Dads Support group on the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of the month from 6pm – 7:30pm. Also offers a Dads of Children with Special Needs Support Group on the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of the month at the same time. Please call before you attend.(480) 834-9424Maricopa
ChildrenChild Crisis Arizona Emergency Children’s SheltersTemporary emergency shelter for children ages 0-11 years old. Offers shelter to children in abusive situations as well as any child needing a place to stay whether due to family emotional stress or homelessness.(480) 969-2308Arizona
ChildrenChild Help USANational child abuse hotline that provides crisis information, child abuse and neglect counseling, and general referrals throughout the US.(800) 422-4453National
ChildrenChild Mind InstituteThe Child Mind Institute is an independent, national nonprofit dedicated to transforming the lives of children and families struggling with mental health and learning disorders.(212) 308-3118National
FinancialChild Support CalculatorThe 2018 - 2019 Child Support Calculator is an interactive program that will calculate a child support amount based on the Arizona Child Support Guidelines that became effective April 1, 2018.(602) 452-3400Arizona
ParentingChildhelpChildhelp’s goal is to meet the physical, emotional, educational, and spiritual needs of abused, neglected and at-risk children. We focus our efforts on prevention, intervention, treatment, and community outreach.(800) 422-4453Gila
Foster CareChildren and Adolescents in Foster and Adoptive Care: Understanding Children’s Needs, Support and TreatmentA guide to behavioral health support and care for caregivers of children in foster or adoptive care from Mercy Maricopa Integrated Care, the regional behavioral health authority(602) 586-1841Maricopa
ChildrenChildren's Action AllianceChildren’s Action Alliance is an independent voice for Arizona children at the state capitol and in the community. CAA works to improve children’s health, education, and security through information and action.(602) 266-0707Maricopa
FoodChino Valley Food BankProviding monthly emergency food boxes and weekly bread and fresh vegetables.(928) 636-8478Yavapai
FoodChino Valley Senior CenterHot congregate meals and Meals on Wheels.(928) 636-9114Yavapai
MedicalChiricahua Community Health CentersProvides Health Care, Dental Care, Mobile Medical Clinic, and Mobile Dental Unit. Accepts private insurance, AHCCCS, Medicare as well as a sliding fee scale for eligible individuals. (520) 459-3011Cochise
AddictionChoice Recovery CenterChoice Recovery provides individuals with an environment, culture, and set of tools to succeed in recovery.(480) 527-0337Arizona
Mental HealthChoices in RecoveryOffers support and information for Schizophrenia, Schizoaffective, and Bipolar Disorder. The website offers education, resources, and strategies for success. Caregiver resources are also available.(800) 526-7736National
Grief/BereavementChristy Center for Loss and RenewalProvides support in the grieving process after the death of a loved one. The meetings include a helpful video seminar, group discussion and a personal workbook for individual application of topics.(480) 775-5200Maricopa
Domestic ViolenceChrysalisOffers domestic violence shelters and transitional housing options. (602) 944-4999Maricopa
CancerCircle of Hope Cancer MinistryA faith-based cancer support group for all. Facilitated by a breast cancer survivor walking through the cancer journey. Courage + Comfort= Hope. (602) 391-7727Maricopa
HomelessCircle the CityEveryone needs a place to heal. Circle the City embraces people experiencing homelessness with compassionate medical care and meaningful human services as they journey toward healthy, independent living. For those in our community experiencing illness and homelessness, there will always be a place to heal, recover and realize a better life.(602) 776-9000Arizona
AddictionCircle Tree RanchCertified opioid treatment center.(520) 749-5980Pima
HousingCity of Phoenix HousingOffers low rent public housing, scattered sites home ownership, the affordable housing program, and senior and disabled housing programs for income eligible individuals and families. Applications required, and most programs have a wait list.(602) 262-6794Maricopa
Family SupportCity of Phoenix Human Services DepartmentOffers a variety of social services to low-income households experiencing crisis. Services are provided through three family services centers, geographically dispersed throughout the city. Each center provides a broad range of assistance with urgent needs including utility, eviction prevention and/or move-in cost assistance. Caseworkers also provide employment, budgeting, social and life-skills development counseling assistance through case management services at the family and senior services centers. (602) 534-4732Maricopa
Criminal JusticeCity of Scottsdale Youth and Family ServicesJuvenile Diversion and Restorative Justice Intervention Programs. Free resources and referrals for counseling services.(480) 312-7922Maricopa
Health PlanCMDP Comprehensive Medical and Dental ProgramThe Comprehensive Medical and Dental Program (CMDP), within the Department of Child Safety (DCS), is a Medicaid managed acute health care program serving children and youth in foster care in the state of Arizona. (602) 351-2245Arizona
HomelessCoalition for Compassion and JusticeThe Stagger Straight Community Emergency Shelter is open year-round to house adult men and women.  This is a safe place to sleep for our clients and a healthy community in which to seek forward movement in personal goals.(928) 445-8382Yavapai
AddictionCoast to Coast ReferralsRecovery Now TV is a no cost consultation hotline that provides referrals to drug & alcohol treatment centers nationwide. Our counselors will evaluate your situation and work with your health insurance provider to place you in a program that meets your needs. We can ensure that you are placed in the best treatment facility possible and receive the care you need for your unique circumstances.(800) 281-4731National
Prescription HelpCoast to Coast Rx CardDiscount prescription drug card will provide you with Rx medication savings of up to 80% at thousands of pharmacies across the country including CVS, Walmart, Kroger, Walgreens, Albertsons and their affiliates. (833) 570-8622Arizona
MedicalCobre Valley Regional Medical CenterHospital services including an Emergency Department.(928) 425-3261Gila
TransportationCobre Valley TransitTransit services in Globe-Miami area.(928) 473-8222Gila
HousingCobre Village ApartmentsLow income apartment housing.(928) 425-7777Gila
AddictionCocaine Anonymous ArizonaProvides valley-wide Narcotics Anonymous meeting information.(602) 279-3838Arizona
MedicalCochise Health and Social ServicesImmunizations, health clinics, WIC and other social services.(520) 432-9400Cochise
FinancialCochise Public FiduciaryThe Public Fiduciary assumes Guardian, Conservator, or Personal Representative for individuals who have been determined to be unable to handle their own personal business affairs, when there are no relatives or other qualified individuals willing or able to serve. They also handle the affairs the affairs of vulnerable adults and the estates of those who die and have no one to manage estates once their gone and indigent burials (burial of poor persons).(520) 432-9400Cochise
FinancialCoconino County Community ServicesProvides utility assistance, financial empowerment classes, housing rehabilitation, weatherization services, etc.(928) 679-7448Coconino
FinancialCoconino Public FiduciaryThe Public Fiduciary assumes Guardian, Conservator, or Personal Representative for individuals who have been determined to be unable to handle their own personal business affairs, when there are no relatives or other qualified individuals willing or able to serve. They also handle the affairs the affairs of vulnerable adults and the estates of those who die and have no one to manage estates once their gone and indigent burials (burial of poor persons).(928) 679-7441Coconino
Mental HealthCODACCODAC offers access to professional and welcoming behavioral health and primary care for adults and youth (ages 6+). (520) 202-1716Pima
LGBTQ+CODACCODAC's treatment centers offer safe, welcoming environments where everyone is celebrated for who they are. If you identify along the lesbian, gay, bisexual, intersex, or transgender, intersex or gender non-conforming spectrum (LGBTQI), we invite you to check out our health and wellness support services(520) 327-4505Pima
TeenCollective Resource HubResources for people and professionals who serve children and youth.(602) 258-5777Arizona
FoodColorado River Food BankAccepts clients from both Arizona and Nevada, the program has some unique challenges. Food is obtained from various sources including government agencies in both states, but can only be distributed to residents from the state the food is provided. Also has a clothing bank.(702) 298-9220Mohave
Tribal ServicesColorado River Indian TribesThe Colorado River Indian Tribes include four distinct Tribes - the Mohave, Chemehuevi, Hopi and Navajo. There are currently about 4,277 active Tribal members.(928) 669-9211North
CrisisColorado River Regional Crisis Services and ShelterServices is empowering individuals and their families to live a life free from domestic violence, by providing protection, education and resources.(928) 669-8620Mohave
FoodCommodity Supplemental Food ProgramProviding monthly food boxes to individuals age 60 and over.(703) 305-2062National
Mental HealthCommunity BridgesCommunity Bridges, Inc. (CBI) uses a holistic—or integrated—approach to addiction treatment and behavioral health concerns. (877) 931-9142Arizona
Covid-19Community BridgesResponding to Stress and Anxiety(877) 931-9142National
AddictionCommunity Bridges Medication Assisted TreatmentMedication Assisted Treatment services that help those recovering from an opioid, alcohol or substance use addiction recover their lives.(928) 289-1222Arizona
Mental HealthCommunity Health AssociatesLicensed by the Arizona Department of Health Services, Office of Behavioral Health to provide outpatient behavioral health treatment services. They are also a provider of Certified DUI Screening, Education, and Treatment services, and Certified Misdemeanor Offender Domestic Violence Counseling services. CIA is a Certified AHCCCS provider and a contracted network provider for Cenpatico Behavioral Health Services of Arizona.(877) 320-1587Southern
MedicalCommunity Health Associates
Community Health Associates, serves the mental health and physical health needs of children, adolescents, adults and families living in Yuma County, South County, La Paz County, Cochise County, Santa Cruz County, Pima County and Pinal County. (928) 919-6754Southern
MedicalCommunity Health Center of CottonwoodComprehensive Primary care and a range of other healthcare related services for the entire family.(928) 639-8132Yavapai
Legal AssistanceCommunity Legal ServicesCommunity Legal Services is a non-profit law firm committed to increasing fairness in the civil justice system by advocating, litigating, and educating on behalf of Arizona’s most underserved communities.(602) 258-3434Arizona
AddictionCommunity Medical Services Show LowOutpatient treatment Medical Assisted Treatment (MAT) (Naltrexone and Buprenorphine Detox) for Opioid and Heroine Abuse.(928) 251-2030Navajo
Mental HealthCommunity PartnersEnsures their members’ access to comprehensive care for mental health and substance use disorders, they support a range of other local efforts to foster recovery, improve lives and contribute to the greater good. Their work includes development of the Crisis Response Center, partnerships with the criminal justice system, acquisition and oversight of the largest stock of supportive housing in the area, and community-education initiatives to help non-professionals recognize and intervene when someone shows signs of a mental health or substance use crisis.(520) 325-4268Cochise
VeteransCommunity Resource and Referral Center for Homeless Veteran ServicesCRRCs provide Veterans who are homeless and at risk of homelessness with one-stop access to community-based, multiagency services to promote permanent housing, health and mental health care, career development and access to VA and non-VA benefits.(602) 248-6040Arizona
HIV/AIDS/STDCompassion in ActionProvides food boxes, spiritual support, counseling, home or phone visitation, practical help around the house, and monthly support meeting for individuals living with HIV/AIDS.(480) 220-0602Maricopa
AddictionComplete Drug Rehab Resource GuideDrug Rehabs Arizona offers a comprehensive list of Drug Treatment and Alcoholism Treatment Centers to help you find which type of treatment is right for you or your loved one.(866) 339-0661Arizona
Urgent CareConcentra Urgent CareOffers walk-in urgent care and occupational health for patients and employees in Flagstaff.(928) 773-9695Coconino
Mental HealthConnections AZ Urgent Psychiatric Care CenterAssessment and consultation, medication services, counseling, crisis services, court ordered evaluation and treatment services, peer support, and co-morbid treatment for select medical conditions.(602) 416-7600Maricopa
FinancialConsumer Credit Counseling ServiceProvides fee waivers for free or low-cost credit counseling service with various valley locations.(800) 431-8157National
Mental HealthCOPA HealthNonprofit organization that provides links to mental health resources to adults and children with developmental disabilities and behavioral health challenges.(480) 969-3800Arizona
Deaf & Hard of HearingCOPD Community Outreach Program for the DeafCommunity Outreach Program for the Deaf (COPD) provides services throughout Arizona to persons with a hearing loss. COPD is considered a grassroots organization partnering with Deaf, Hard of Hearing, and Deaf-Blind persons and organizations in establishing services and providing a "one-stop" center for persons with a hearing loss.(520) 792-1906Pima
Mental HealthCorazón Integrated Healthcare ServicesOffers Outpatient Behavioral Health Programs for youth and adults. Any individual with AHCCCS no out of pocket. Special funding for substance abuse population with no AHCCCS no out of pocket, and special funding for youth that qualify with no AHCCCS no out of pocket. Available sliding fee scale and self-pay for services.(855) 426-7296Pinal
FoodCordes Lakes Community CenterFree food and produce available fresh produce distribution. Please call for days and times.(928) 632-9769Yavapai
HomelessCornerstone Mission ProjectFaith-based, non-profit, homeless family resource center dedicated to helping people reclaim hope. (928) 757-1535Mohave
TeenCovenant HouseCrisis hotline for troubled teens and families. Provides referrals to shelters and counseling services throughout the US and also provides housing and supportive services to youth facing homelessness. (800) 388-3888Maricopa
Prescription HelpCover ArizonaOffers updates, tools, links and news about the Health Insurance Marketplace and Medicaid.(800) 377-3536Arizona
Internet/PhoneCox Communications Connect2CompleteLow-cost Student Home Internet to qualified households.(800) 234-3993Arizona
Developmentally DisabledCPES Novelles Developmental ServicesCPES offers a comprehensive array of supports and services for adults and youth with Intellectual & Developmental Disabilities.(520) 884-7954Arizona
MedicalCreek Valley Health ClinicCommunity Health Center offers medical, dental, behavioral health, and enabling services to the community. (435) 900-1104Mohave
Suicide PreventionCrisis Network Central ArizonaWhen life is overwhelming, you can’t cope, you’re worried about a loved one, or you just need to talk, immediate and confidential help is available 24/7/365.(800) 631-1314Central
CrisisCrisis Response NetworkAt the Crisis Response Network our work is about Inspiring Hope in those who contact us seeking help. SMI (Seriously Mentally Ill).(855) 832-2866Arizona
CrisisCrisis Response Network Eligibility and Care Center
SMI (Seriously Mentally Ill) determination process for behavioral health eligibility in Northern AZ(928) 478-1069Northern
RightsCrisis Services For Children In Foster, Kinship & Adoptive CareExplains what a mental health crisis is and what to do if you find your family in that situation.Arizona
Foster CareCrisis Services For Children In Foster, Kinship & Adoptive CareExplains what a mental health crisis is and what to do if you find your family in that situation.Arizona
CrisisCrisis Text LineText HOME to 741741 to connect with a Crisis Counselor.Text741741National
AddictionCrossroadsOffers transitional living for men and women in recovery from substance abuse. (602) 263-5242Maricopa
HomelessCrossroads Nogales Mission ShelterProvides emergency shelter for men and women on a short-term basis, and a long-term recovery and rehabilitation program. This is the only shelter in Nogales Arizona.(520) 625-5023Santa Cruz
Cultural DiversityCultural Awareness and Diversity CommitteeA safe and welcome space for all, regardless of race, ethnicity, hearing or sight ability, other physical or cognitive disabilities, mental health, gender identify, sexual orientation, or age. (928) 233-8667Coconino
TransportationCYMPO- Central Yavapai Metropolitan Planning OrganizationPartnership organization for transportation services in the Quad Cities.(928) 442-5730Yavapai
Criminal JusticeDavid's HopeHelp to navigate the behavioral health and criminal justice systems.(602) 774-4382Arizona
Support Group BipolarDBSA Depression and Bipolar Support AllianceThe Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance (DBSA) is a comprehensive resource for more than 23 million people in the U.S. who live with mood disorders. We provide education, tools, peer support and a wealth of inspiring stories to help you pursue your own path to wellness. Whether you need resources for yourself or someone you care about, DBSA is ready to help. (800) 826-3632National
Support Group BipolarDBSA Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance - Casa Grande Support GroupDepression and Bipolar Support Alliance Casa Grande support group call or check their website for time and place.(602) 900-6788Pinal
Support Group BipolarDBSA Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance - Tucson Support GroupDepression and Bipolar Support Alliance Tucson support group call or check their website for time and place.Pima
Support Group BipolarDBSA Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance - Yuma Support GroupDepression and Bipolar Support Alliance Yuma support group call or check their website for time and place.(928) 785-2009Yuma
Developmentally DisabledDDD Division of Developmental DisabilitiesThe Division of Developmental Disabilities empowers individuals with developmental disabilities to lead self-directed, healthy and meaningful lives. DDD provides supports and services for eligible Arizonans. (844) 770-9500Arizona
DentalDental Sealant ProgramMaricopa County's Office of Oral Health (Dental Care) administers the Arizona Department of Health Services' School-based Dental Sealant Program and the Delta Dental Foundation of Arizona Sealant Program. These programs provide dental screenings, sealants, education and referrals to 2nd and 6th grade children attending schools where at least 40% of the students participate in the Arizona Department of Education National School Lunch Program. (602) 506-6946Maricopa
DentalDentalPlans.comProvides an online portal to find discount dental plans by zip code.(888) 632-5353National
ChildrenDepartment of Child SafetyThe Office of Prevention has a variety of programs for healthy families, abuse prevention and safe sleep.Arizona
Support BipolarDepression and Bipolar Support AllianceOffers referrals for support groups, counseling services, medication services, and many other support services/materials.(800) 826-3632National
FoodDES Arizona Department of Economic SecurityAHCCCS, food assistance.(928) 634-0780Arizona
Covid-19DES Arizona Department of Economic SecurityCash, medical and food assistance.(855) 432-7587Arizona
Foster CareDestiny HouseSupport for becoming a foster parent, adoption, and teens in foster care.(602) 341-3634Arizona
Covid-19Developmental Disabilities Department of DESDDD Actions Related to COVID-19.Arizona
Developmentally DisabledDirect Center for IndependenceAdvocates for disability rights and justice, empowering individuals to achieve their self-identified independent living goals, promotes the Independent Living philosophy and principles of consumer control, informed choice, community integration, and dignity of risk. Programs include peer support, life skills training, work coaching and home access program.(520) 624-6452Pima
Social SecurityDisability Help CenterProvides assistance in obtaining Social Security Disability Benefits, and referrals for necessary resources. They assist with the application process, appeals process, or preparing for a hearing before an Administrative Law Judge.(888) 939-4692Arizona
FinancialDisaster Assistance .GovThe Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) is a federally funded program that helps low-income households with their home energy bills, energy crisis, and weatherization and energy-related home repairs.(866) 674-6327National
Peer SupportDiscovery Wellness Center NAZCAREProvides peer support, life skills, and supported employment services to those with Serious Mental Illness (SMI), general mental health concerns, substance use disorders, and co-occurring issues.(928) 532-3108Apache
Native AmericanDNA People’s Legal ServicesDNA is an acronym for the Navajo phrase Dinébe’iiná Náhiiłna be Agha’diit’ahii which means “attorneys who work for the economic revitalization of The People”. DNA People’s Legal Services is an 8 office, nonprofit law firm in the Southwestern United States that provides free civil legal services to low-income people who otherwise could not afford to hire an attorney.(928) 871-4151Northern
ParentingDolly Parton Imagination LibraryDolly Parton’s Imagination Library is a book gifting program that mails free books to children from birth to age five in participating communities within the United States, United Kingdom, Canada, Australia and Republic of Ireland.(865) 428-9606National
Domestic ViolenceDomestic Shelters.orgFind answers to the most common domestic violence questions.(800) 799-7233National
FoodDouble Up Food BucksDouble Up Food Bucks Arizona is a nutrition-based, federally funded program that helps people bring home more healthy fruits and vegetables, while also supporting Arizona farmers. The program doubles the value of SNAP (formerly food stamps) benefits used at farmers markets. Use your SNAP Quest Card at participating farmers markets and every dollar you spend is matched with an extra dollar to spend on more Arizona-grown fruits and vegetables, up to an additional amount in free fruits and vegetables per market visit. Visit the website or ask about it next time you shop with your SNAP Quest Card at your favorite farmers market. Program of Pinnacle Prevention.Arizona
Addiction PreventionDrug Free AZ KidsPrevention and reduction of drug and alcohol use among youth. Part of Southwest Behavioral & Health Services. (602) 305-7126Arizona A Non-Profit HelplineProvides detailed information certified rehabilitation programs for substance use disorders by state.(877) 882-9275National
AddictionDrugs-Rehab.comOffers national search for Drug Rehab treatment centers by state.(866) 762-3712National
RightsDual Eligible Members
AHCCCS members who also have Medicare are considered Dual Eligible. This is a printable explanation of their rights.Arizona
Developmentally DisabledDynamite TherapyDynamite Therapy brings physical, occupational, and speech therapies, as well as developmental special instruction and service coordination directly to your home or community-based location (such as a daycare or park). We work directly on functional daily life skills that your family identifies as most important.(480) 419-0848Arizona
Deaf & Hard of HearingEar Foundation of ArizonaProvides financial assistance with obtaining hearing aids for children who do not qualify for AHCCCS. Also offers loaner hearing aids while awaiting permanent devices.(602) 904-6344Arizona
ChildrenEarly Head Start ProgramChild Crisis Arizona operates Early Head Start programs in Phoenix and Mesa. Family Support Specialists work with participating families through prenatal, home-based and center-based visits.(480) 304-9501Maricopa
CounselingEasterseals Blake FoundationEasterseals Blake Foundation provides a variety of counseling and behavioral health services.(520) 449-8555Southern
HousingECA Elfrida Citizen's AllianceTheir mission is to provide decent and affordable housing for low income and moderate-income persons, economic development, community development and other supportive services for residents of Sulphur Springs Valley.(520) 642-6967Cochise
AutismEchoing Hope RanchConceived as a community of hope, Echoing Hope Ranch is a place where people with autism and other developmental disabilities can be productive in a peaceful, supportive environment. Our extended Echoing Hope family provides residential and day program services near the San Pedro River as well as in-home respite and habilitation and employment services in Pima County and in Sierra Vista, Bisbee and surrounding communities.(520) 508-2087Arizona
Peer SupportEl Bienestar Wellness Center NAZCAREProvides peer support, life skills, and supported employment services to those with Serious Mental Illness (SMI), general mental health concerns, substance use disorders, and co-occurring issues.(928) 783-4253Yuma
AddictionElba HouseA 10-bed Level II residential program, Elba House provides comprehensive substance abuse treatment and rehabilitative services targeting pregnant and parenting women.(602) 243-5492Arizona
CrisisEmpact Suicide Prevention CenterProvides 24/7 Crisis Response, Counseling, Psychiatry, Substance Abuse, Support Groups, Prevention, Sexual Assault Hotline and Trauma Services to individuals and families.(480) 784-1500Maricopa
Suicide PreventionEmpact Survivors of SuicideValley-wide support groups for those whose common bond is the loss of a loved one to suicide. These groups allow members to have the emotional support of others who have shared the trauma of this event and to focus on emotional healing and survival.(480) 784-1514Maricopa
AdvocacyEmpowerment SystemsThe Empowerment Learning Collaborative is a network of educational institutions and health care; Community Outreach and Resource Connection (CORC) connects community members to resources and social benefits; Arizona Living Well Institute (AZLWI) supports the Self-Management Resource Center’s Chronic Disease.(480) 367-6937Maricopa
Mental HealthENCOMPASS Health ServicesEncompass Health Services is committed to providing compassionate behavioral health care as well as personalized, comprehensive medical care. (928) 645-5113Coconino
TransportationEnterpriseTransportation of handicapped individuals from Navajo/Apache Counties to the Valley for Behavioral Health Services. It is a special rental order thru the Res Center. They would make the arrangements and probably deliver to your location.(928) 537-5144Navajo
LGBTQ+Equality ArizonaFocusing on key issues facing the LGBTQ community and working to make Arizona a fair, inclusive, and welcoming state for all people.(480) 401-2372Maricopa
TeenETAP Empowering Teens As ParentsEmpowering Teens as Parents (ETAP) offers pregnant and parenting teens school-based and home-based services helping them navigate the challenges they face on their way to graduation.(219) 937-7733National
Vision CareEye Care AmericaProvides free eye exams based on eligibility (age and risk factors). (877) 887-6327National
AddictionFamilies AnonymousProvides 12-steop meeting information for families of people who use drugs or alcohol.  Also offers an online meeting format.(800) 736-9805Arizona
Domestic ViolenceFamily Advocacy CenterProvides comprehensive services to victims of violence, including counseling referrals, financial assistance referrals, and light case management. Assists with orders of protection and other legal issues surrounding the case.(602) 534-2120Maricopa
Mental HealthFamily Behavioral Integrated Health ServicesProvides children & adult, Psychiatric, medication management, individual & family therapy, employment assistance, Peer/Family/Direct, Substance Abuse Evaluation & Treatment, Case Management, support groups, DUI screening, and domestic violence services.(928) 627-1120Yavapai
MedicalFamily Health Care AmigosProvides health-related education and training.  Their focus includes service and support for elders and others in need of health care assistance.  They sponsor The Lending Shed, which provides durable medical equipment and adult incontinent supplies free of charge to clients in Patagonia, Nogales, Rio Rico, Sonoita, Elgin, Tubac, Tumacacori and Huachuca City.(520) 297-7065Santa Cruz
Family SupportFamily Intervention and Recovery ServicesFamily Intervention & Recovery Services provides Intervention Services, Addiction Treatment Placement and Family Recovery Coaching to families, businesses and individuals affected by alcohol, drug addiction and other disorders. Our Intervention Services include Heroin Intervention, Meth Intervention, Opiate Intervention, Alcohol Intervention, and Intervention for eating disorders, mental health disorders and process addictions.(888) 691-3956Maricopa
Legal AssistanceFamily Lawyer's Assistance ProjectOffers free or reduced fee consultation with a volunteer lawyer.(602) 506-7948Maricopa
ChildrenFamily Learning CenterOffers an array of information and resources, as well as free fun and health-focused classes and activities Most activities open to all community members; many activities focused on children and youth.(602) 344-1352Maricopa
HomelessFamily PromiseDesigned to meet the needs of homeless families in the Phoenix area, providing shelter, meals, educational services, and social support.(480) 659-5227Maricopa
Family SupportFamily Resource CenterOffers a wide variety of free or low-cost classes and activities for parents and children, including anger management. Offers a Dads Support group and also offers a Dads of Children with Special Needs Support Group. Please call before you attend.(480) 834-9424Maricopa
Family SupportFamily Resource NetworkOffers support for parents and families, including child and parent workshops, resource referral, SNAP and AHCCCS enrollment, developmental screenings, parenting coaching and education.(480) 489-5772Maricopa
Mental HealthFamily Service AgencyProvides counseling and medication services for a sliding scale fee based on income. Also offers an array of family-based services and groups. Locations in Mesa, Phoenix, and Metro areas. Also offers a Community Re-integration Program for ex-offenders to assist with job placement and case management services.(602) 264-9891Maricopa
RightsFamily-Run Organizations Providing Children’s Services
A printable explanation of what services Family-Run Organizations provide, how to obtain those services and your right to this support.Arizona
Family SupportFAMPodOffers a free training program for the Family Talk Preventive Intervention, an evidence-based, strengths-focused program targeting families with parental depression.Maricopa
ChildrenFather MattersProvides the tools necessary to empower men and women (fathers and mothers) and their families to improve community wellbeing. Parenting classes, job training, and family law assistance. (602) 774-3298Maricopa
Family SupportFIC Family Involvement CenterFIC, Family Involvement Center is a family run organization. Their services are available all across Arizona. They have offices in Flagstaff, Prescott Valley, Phoenix, Glendale, and Tucson.(602) 288-0155Arizona
Warm LineFIC Family Involvement Center WarmlineFIC is urging any who feels overwhelmed due to life’s current challenges to call the Warmline.(877) 568-8468Arizona
RightsFiling A Complaint Regarding Services For Adults With A Serious Mental Illness (SMI)
The process and right to file a complaint, grievance, quality of care or other concern for a person with a designation of SMI (seriously mentally ill) in Arizona.Arizona
CommunityFind Help PhoenixFree and almost free services in Maricopa County brought to you by Maricopa County Department of Health.(602) 506-3011Maricopa
AddictionFirst Step CenterFirst Step Center of Scottsdale, Arizona is a substance abuse and dual diagnosis treatment center that considers addiction a health issue rather than a moral failing.(866) 832-6398Maricopa
DentalFirst Teeth FirstMaricopa County Office of Oral Health’s First Teeth First program provides dental screenings, parent education, fluoride varnish, and referrals to children five years of age and younger in the Northwest, Southwest, and Northeast Maricopa, and South Phoenix Regions in Maricopa County.(602) 506-6900Maricopa
ChildrenFirst Things FirstFoundation that supports families with children 0-5 with a variety of resources and programs throughout the state.(877) 803-7234Arizona
MedicalFlagstaff Medical Center Emergency DepartmentOffers 2 Cardiac Arrest Centers, Level 1 and Level IV Trauma Centers, a Primary Stroke Center, etc.(928) 779-3366Coconino
HomelessFlagstaff Shelter ServicesProvides emergency shelter and services to all people in crisis, regardless of faith, sobriety or mental health. Open 24 hours.(928) 225-2533Coconino
Urgent CareFlagstaff Urgent CareTreats all ages, illnesses, minor injuries, occupational and sports physicals, etc.(928) 440-5406Coconino
TeenFlorence CrittentonFlorence Crittenton is a community-based services program that is designed to support teens and youth so they can discover their self-worth and reach a higher level of independence.(602) 274-7318Maricopa
FoodFood Assistance Programs in ArizonaArizona Department of Economic Security list of food assistance programs.Arizona
FoodFood Distribution Center in Thatcher ArizonaFood Bank at the Ball Park/Splash Pad. Please call for time and exact location in Thatcher Arizona 85552.(520) 622-0528Graham
FoodFood Pantries.orgDirectory of Food Pantries in Arizona by city plus additional information about subsidized groceries and other food benefits.Arizona
TransportationFoothills Caring CorpsOffers free in home services (including visits, meals, business help, and minor home repair) and transportation services (including social outings, grocery transportation, and medical appointment transportation) to homebound and/or disabled adults in North Scottsdale (85255 north of Bell Rd, 85262), Carefree (85377), Cave Creek (85327, 85331), and Carefree Highway to I-17 (85085, 85086).(480) 488-1105Maricopa
FoodFoothills Food BankThe Foothills Food Bank and Resource Center provides food, referral information, and financial assistance to individuals and families in need within our service area.(480) 488-1145Maricopa
Tribal ServicesFort Mojave Indian TribeMental Health and Alcohol/Substance Abuse Outpatient Services for Adults and Youth: Individual Counseling, Couples/Family counseling, Alcohol/Substance abuse intensive out-patient program, Psycho-educational Groups (life skills, anger management, alcohol/substance abuse prevention and education, etc., Vocational Counseling and Support groups (AA, NA, White Bison).(760) 629-4591Arizona
RightsFoster And Kinship Caregivers Resources
A guide of resources for Foster and Kinship Caregivers. Kinship includes Grandparents, Cousins, Aunts, Uncles etc.Arizona
Foster CareFoster And Kinship Caregivers ResourcesA guide of resources for Foster and Kinship Caregivers. Kinship includes Grandparents, Cousins, Aunts, Uncles etc.Arizona
ChildrenFoundation for Blind ChildrenCreates opportunities for anyone with vision loss to achieve. With three Valley locations (East Valley, West Valley and Central Phoenix), they strive to serve as "the" community's resource for blind, visually-impaired, and multi-handicapped children, adults, and their families.(602) 331-1470Maricopa
Mental HealthFoundations for ChangeKetamine therapy is provided as a service at our clinic Foundations for Change, where we also offer many other options to holistically address mental health for children, adolescents, adults, military personnel and first responders.(602) 399-5792Maricopa
EducationFrank X. Gordon Adult EducationOffers free GED preparation classes at three locations in Maricopa county. Registration is held once per month; please contact your nearest center for information. Valid ID required to register. GED testing is no longer offered at these locations.(602) 372-5769Maricopa
FoodFree Food ServicesDirectory of free food sources throughout the state. Also, has listings for other states as well.Arizona
Family SupportFresh Start Women's FoundationWhether adjusting to a career change, concerned about financial security, coping with difficult family relationships, or simply seeking opportunities for personal growth, Fresh Start is dedicated to supporting women who want to thrive.(602) 252-8494Maricopa
EducationFriendly HouseProvides free GED preparation classes, citizenship classes, literacy classes, health and financial literacy classes, and ESOL classes. Orientations are held once every three months. Must bring ID and proof of legal residency.(602) 416-7219Maricopa
Peer SupportFRIENDS Wellness Center NAZCAREProvides peer support, life skills, and supported employment services to those with Serious Mental Illness (SMI), general mental health concerns, substance use disorders, and co-occurring issues.(928) 758-3665Mohave
Mental HealthFriendship Community Mental Health CenterPartial Hospitalization Program that offers group therapy, case management services, and some counseling, with a psychiatrist and RN on staff. They offer a sliding scale fee schedule based on client income.(602) 241-6656Maricopa
Prescription HelpFry's Kroger PharmacyRX Savings club membership fee then free or reduced prescriptions.(855) 489-2502Maricopa
Mental HealthGenoa HealthcareDedicated to serving the needs of those in the behavioral health and addiction treatment communities, and others who have complex, chronic health conditions, Genoa Healthcare is the largest provider of pharmacy, outpatient telepsychiatry and medication management services. (520) 368-3059Cochise
Covid-19GeroCentralOnline wellness and MH resources; how to stay safe during COVID 19 resources.National
RightsGetting Transportation To And From Your AHCCCS Covered ServicesHow to get transportation to and from your AHCCCS covered services.Arizona
HousingGila County Community ServicesCommunity Action Program (CAP); Housing Services and Section 8 Housing Choice Program.(928) 425-3231Gila
MedicalGila County Community Services Health ServicesThe Gila County Public Health Department offers the following services; Communicable Disease Investigation & Reporting, Immunizations, Vital Records, and HIV Care and Services. We also offer Nursing Services that include blood pressure checks, head lice inspections, sexually transmitted disease (STI) testing and treatment, pregnancy testing, TB control, reproductive health/family planning, school health clinics, and specialty clinics. (928) 402-8811Gila
TeenGila County Copper Basin CoalitionOur mission is to empower the youth and adults in Southern Gila County to choose a drug-free and healthy lifestyle by uniting citizens and organizations to reduce substance abuse and promote community safety through community-based education, awareness, and advocacy. (928) 425-9276Gila
Senior CitizenGila HouseProvides a community assistance program to assist the elderly, disabled, and economically disadvantaged by performing emergency repairs to allow them to remain in their residences. (928) 402-8693Gila
FinancialGila Public FiduciaryThe Public Fiduciary assumes Guardian, Conservator, or Personal Representative for individuals who have been determined to be unable to handle their own personal business affairs, when there are no relatives or other qualified individuals willing or able to serve. They also handle the affairs the affairs of vulnerable adults and the estates of those who die and have no one to manage estates once their gone and indigent burials (burial of poor persons).(928) 425-3149Gila
EducationGilbert Adult Learning ProgramOffers free self-paced GED preparation classes. Participants can start at any time by arriving at the beginning of a class time. ID required, but proof of citizenship not required.(480) 497-3300Maricopa
VeteransGive An HourOffers free counseling for military personnel and their families affected by the current conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan.Maricopa
LGBTQ+GLSEN Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network PhoenixGLSEN Phoenix is a grassroots initiative, working locally in our community to ensure safe schools for all students, regardless of sexual orientation and gender identity. There are 43 Chapters around the country doing this important work.(212) 727-0135Maricopa
LGBTQ+GLSEN Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network YumaGLSEN Yuma is a grassroots initiative, working locally in our community to ensure safe schools for all students, regardless of sexual orientation and gender identity. There are 43 Chapters around the country doing this important work. Join us today!(212) 727-0135Yuma
Senior CitizenGolden Shores Senior CenterPlace where senior citizens can get together to socialize, to exercise, to get support and/or information on senior resources, health information and screening, or benefit from the many other services provided for older people, such as senior transportation services.(928) 768-2421Mohave
FoodGolden Valley Food BankThe GV Food Bank provides food for anyone in need without regard to race, religion, or any other factor.Mohave
ChildrenGood Fit Counseling CenterOffers counseling and therapy to children (ages 3 and under) and their families on a sliding scale fee schedule or insurance reimbursement. Services include play therapy, child and family counseling, assessments, and evaluations.(602) 266-5976Maricopa
HomelessGood Neighbor AllianceAssisting displaced families and persons in need with safe, temporary shelter and access to supportive service and work toward helping them achieve economic and social self-sufficiency.(520) 439-0776Cochise
EmploymentGoodwill One-Stop Career CentersCareer Centers that offer free job search and career development services to the community. There are 11 Career centers located throughout the valley that are equipped with computers, printers, internet, fax machines, and telephones. Certain career centers also offer free computer and customer service training.(602) 535-4000Arizona
FoodGore Park LunchesMission is to provide better access to healthy food, to reduce food waste and provide better access to social and harm reduction resources in the Bisbee Community. Provides free lunches at Gore Park several days a week.(520) 255-5219Cochise
FoodGospel of Faith Food BankOur Food Bank serves the needs of our community every Wednesday and Friday from 12-4pm.(928) 607-9758Yavapai
Internet/PhoneGovernment Cell Phone ProgramThe FCC-mandated, government-sponsored program, called LifeLine Assistance, the financially disadvantaged can receive a cell phone and anywhere from 250 to an unlimited number of minutes and texts every month — at no charge!(800) 977-3768National
Developmentally DisabledGraham County Advocacy and ResourcesResources for families who have members with disabilities or other special health care needs can face many daily challenges. Living in a rural area can make those challenges even more difficult. (928) 428-3250Graham
FinancialGraham County FiduciaryThe Public Fiduciary assumes Guardian, Conservator, or Personal Representative for individuals who have been determined to be unable to handle their own personal business affairs, when there are no relatives or other qualified individuals willing or able to serve. They also handle the affairs the affairs of vulnerable adults and the estates of those who die and have no one to manage estates once their gone and indigent burials (burial of poor persons).(928) 428-4441Graham
Addiction PreventionGraham County Substance Abuse Prevention Coalition A substance abuse prevention community coalition that provides resources, support and education to the community through prevention and intervention to reduce substance abuse with a primary focus on reducing youth substance use! (928) 348-1751Graham
LGBTQ+Greater Phoenix Equality Chamber of CommerceProvides an inclusive business environment by fostering growth, visibility, outreach and professional development opportunities within our LGBT and allied communities.(480) 648-9423Maricopa
HousingGreater Phoenix Urban LeagueOffers housing, employment, education, and small business programs to the community. Housing programs include Foreclosure Prevention Counseling, First Time Homebuyers Seminar, Affordable Low-Income Housing Referral assistance, and Neighborhood Stabilization programs. (602) 254-5611Arizona
Senior CitizenGreen Valley Assistance Services, Inc dba Valley Assistance ServicesEach of the Valley Assistance programs takes into account the increasing diversity of seniors as a group, yet considers the needs of seniors at different stages of their lives.(520) 625-5966Pima
MedicalGreenlee County Health DepartmentCounty health department for Greenlee County Arizona. Provides Family planning, Children/Adult immunizations, STD Testing, Tuberculosis Testing, Alzheimer Support Groups. (928) 865-2072Greenlee
CounselingGrossman and GrossmanCounseling for victims, juvenile offenders & their families.(602) 468-2077Central
Prescription HelpGSK for YouOffers 10 programs to assist individuals in obtaining their prescription medication.(888) 825-5249National
LGBTQ+GYCC Greater Yavapai County CoalitionBuilding Bridges for Rural LGBTQ Communities across Northern Arizona.Northern
HomelessHalle Women’s CenterFor UMOM, shelter is a strategy. The moment a family or individual steps into shelter, they listen. They learn who they are and what happened to them. Then they match services and programs to their needs. With their help, they show us how they will overcome their challenges and, wherever possible, how they will return to the community in a permanent home.(602) 275-7852Arizona
Domestic ViolenceHands of a FriendHands of a Friend (Manos Amigas) provides shelter for victims in need of escaping domestic violence/sexual assault & human trafficking. Victims are provided needed services including legal, financial, immigration, medical, educational, employment, transportation and permanent housing solutions.(520) 648-3589Santa Cruz
TeenHarbor HouseHarbor House is a Basic Center Program that addressed the needs of the runaway and homeless youth and their families in Mohave county and its surrounding communities. The program is built on the principles of positive youth development, emphasizing the strength of each individual and family unit served.  (928) 692-5889Mohave
Mental HealthHavasu Behavioral HealthMental health clinic provides diagnostic, treatment, and prescriptive services related to mental and behavioral disorders. (928) 453-0404Mohave
MedicalHavasu Community Health FoundationOperates as a charitable foundation of caring individuals dedicated to the better health and wellness of the Lake Havasu community by facilitating and coordinating appropriate health-related programs and fundraising activities.(928) 453-8190Mohave
Victim AssistanceHAVEN Family Resource CenterProviding a safe environment for victims to access services. Provides tools & coping skills for the healing process.(928) 505-3153Mohave
FoodHaven United Methodist Church Food PantryIn 2008, Haven United Methodist Church in Jerome Arizona started a food pantry for families in need in the Verde Valley.(928) 639-3871Yavapai
Torture RecoveryHeal Torture Medical, mental health, legal or social service assistance for survivors of torture and resources for refugees.National
HomelessHealth Care for the HomelessResource list for unsheltered population.(602) 506-3011Maricopa
Health PlanHealth Choice ArizonaThey are committed to a collaborative approach with physicians, hospitals and all other providers in the medical communities of Apache, Coconino, Maricopa, Mohave, Navajo, Pima, Gila and Pinal counties. Health plan formally known as Steward Health Choice.(800) 322-8670Arizona
FinancialHealth LinkAssists uninsured adults, children, and families enroll in AHCCCS, or access free or low-cost healthcare in the community.(800) 235-9678Arizona
MedicalHealth Resources and Services AdministrationFederally funded health centers that provide health care regardless of insurance, and based on a sliding scale (ability to pay) fee schedule. Verification of citizenship not required.(877) 464-4772National
FinancialHealth-e-Arizona PLUSApply for nutrition, cash and medical assistance.(855) 432-7587Arizona
FinancialHealth-e-Choice ArizonaHealth-e-Arizona Plus is an on-line application for Arizona Residents. You can apply for medical coverage through AHCCCS, Nutrition Assistance (formerly known as the Food Stamp program), and Cash Assistance. Arizona
ChildrenHealthy FamiliesA community-based, family-centered, voluntary home visitation program serving at risk prenatal families and families with newborns through age five. The infant must be under three months of age at enrollment into the program as services are focused primarily on prevention through education and support in the homes of new parents.(602) 266-5976Maricopa
Family SupportHealthy Families ArizonaHealthy Families Arizona (HFAz) is designed to help expectant and new parents get their children off to a healthy start. Families are screened according to specific criteria and participate voluntarily in the program. Families that choose to participate receive home visits and referrals from trained staff. (602) 255-2500Arizona
Tribal ServicesHealthy People CoalitionBased out of Gu Vo District on the Tohono O'odham Nation, the Healthy People Coalition utilizes effective prevention strategies, activities, and evidence-based curriculum to promote healthful behaviors, decisions, and environments that will reduce, postpone or eliminate the problematic use of alcohol and illicit substances among minors.Pima
ChildrenHealthy StartOffers free perinatal case management services, health education events and learning opportunities to women and their families in South Phoenix and Maryvale.(602) 304-1166Maricopa
ChildrenHear Now Starkey FoundationProvides hearing aids to individuals permanently residing the in the U.S. who are deaf or hard of hearing and have no other resources to acquire the devices.(800) 328-8602National
Hearing VoicesHearing Voices Network USAThe Hearing Voices Network (HVN) USA is one of over 20 nationally-based networks around the world joined by shared goals and values, incorporating a fundamental belief that there are many ways to understand the experience of hearing voices and other unusual or extreme experiences.  It is part of an international collaboration between professionals, people with lived experience, and their families to develop an alternative approach to coping with emotional distress that is empowering and useful to people, and does not start from the assumption that they have a chronic illness. Voices, visions, and other extreme experiences.National
Heat ReliefHeat Relief NetworkA network of providers offering water donation sites, hydration stations and refuge locations across Maricopa County to assist vulnerable people and help prevent heat-related deaths.(602) 254-6300Maricopa
Covid-19Help and Hope for YOUthHelp & Hope for YOUth is a major effort to improve outcomes for young people by working to reduce the stigma of living with and seeking services for mental illness.National
Shoplifting RecoveryHelp for Shoplifters“Help for Shoplifters” was started to provide a resource to help reduce and prevent shoplifting.  My goal is to help those who compulsively shoplift to stop, to prevent those who would shoplift from starting, and to better the community in general by adding an ever-increasing element of honesty and integrity through those who utilize our materials and resources.(712) 432-3900National
ChildrenHelping Families in NeedAssistance, whether it is financial, health, housing, or all of the above. Making a lasting change in the lives of Arizona's children and their families by securing affordable health care and other resources for those most in need.(800) 298-4346Maricopa
EducationHelping HandsProvides a scholarship for single moms to attend college. Scholarship includes monthly cash assistance, auto repair, dental and medical coverage, hair cut/style, budget management, mentoring and tutoring, and a support network. (602) 796-7875Maricopa
Senior CitizenHelping Hands of YumaOffers, at no charge, transportation for vital appointments including medical, dental, vision, therapy, banking; Grocery Shopping service provides grocery shopping for clients unable to shop for themselves or by themselves to promote and support independence; Medical Equipment borrow a needed item from our inventory for free; Advocacy and Community Resource information for services and support provided to Seniors and their families; Social Opportunities; Personal Hygiene Supplies; Notary on staff to assist you by appointment.(928) 305-9974Yuma
Mental HealthHeritage LaneAssisted living with mental health services - individualized behavioral, medical and medication services.(480) 999-0511Maricopa
VeteransHeroes Healing HeroesThe Mission of Heroes Healing Heroes Outdoors (H3O) is to provide disabled and disadvantaged American Heroes (e.g. Veterans, Law Enforcement, Fire Fighters and Paramedic/EMT professionals) with the opportunity to experience the healing effects of fresh air and peaceful outdoor activities through fully assisted hunting expeditions accessible to heroes with many different disabilities. (520) 236-9151Arizona
HIV/AIDS/STDHIVCD HIV Care DirectionsProvides one-on-one assistance to individuals living with HIV, to connect them with necessary community services.(888) 783-7500Arizona
Senior CitizenHomeless Shelter DirectoryList of Arizona shelters is many are emergency shelters along with general homeless shelters and some transitional housing opportunities. Many of these shelters now have waiting lists so please call before going to them.Arizona
HomelessHomeward BoundOffer transitional living to families with children, and assists the families in achieving economic independence and obtaining safe, secure, affordable long-term housing.(602) 263-7654Maricopa
AddictionHoop's HouseAt Hoops House you will find a family of individuals committed to a “we” program of recovery who work together to create a safe sober living environment conducive to growth and recovery. At Hoops House we offer a lifelong extended recovery family at a place where pride and dignity are restored. (520) 678–4120Yuma
VeteransHOOVES Horses Offering Our Vets Equine ServicesThe HOOVES program encourages Veterans to work on building a relationship with horses, reading cues and working together to accomplish tasks. This connection helps the Veteran learn how to improve their relationships with others, to better understand themselves and to better cope and adapt to the world around them.(419) 930-7936Arizona
ChildrenHope Community ServicesHope Community Services’ (formerly West Valley Child Crisis Center) mission is to create lasting solutions for children and families by providing innovative programs to foster safe and healthy communities within Arizona.(623) 848-8863Maricopa
Peer SupportHOPE Helping Ourselves Pursue EnrichmentHOPE serves the communities of Southern Arizona in Cochise, Graham, Pima, Pinal, Santa Cruz, and Yuma counties. We offer peer-driven outpatient services to those who are living with mental illness or a substance use disorder. (520) 770-1197Cochise
HousingHope House NAZCARESupportive housing for independent adults with mental health, substance abuse, and co-occurring disorders wrapped in peer support services.(928) 460-4424Yavapai
Warm LineHope Incorporated Talk with Warm Line specialists who offer peer support for callers who just need to talk.(602) 347-1100Maricopa
Suicide PreventionHope Line Suicide HotlineNational Suicide Prevention Lifeline. (800) 273-TALK(800) 273-8255National
Peer & FamilyHope Lives - Vive la EsperanzaPeer Support, Parent and Family Support, Substance Resources, Transportation, Socialization, Young Adult (18-25), Criminal Justice Jails and Prisons, Forensic Peer Support Provider, Peer Support Certification Training.(855) 747-6522Arizona
AddictionHope Women's CenterChemical Dependency recovery support, mentoring, counseling groups, education, resources and referrals.(480) 983-4673Maricopa
Internet/PhoneHopelineProvides a phone and 3000 anytime minutes to domestic violence survivors affiliated with a local domestic violence agency.(602) 279-2900Arizona
Mental HealthHope's DoorOffers pre-crisis services in hopes to stay out of crisis. Hope’s Door offers ways to learn how to achieve whole-person wellness. Hope’s Door is run out of the SWN Highland Clinic by Recovery Empowerment Network.(602) 248-0368Maricopa
Tribal ServicesHopi Behavioral Health ServicesDual diagnosis, intensive outpatient, peer support, substance use & trauma counseling.(928) 737-6300Navajo
Mental HealthHorizon Health and WellnessServices include, children’s care, crisis help, domestic violence, family medicine / primary care, groups, habilitation, inpatient behavioral health, lab, observation unit (adult), outpatient behavioral health, pharmacy, psychiatric, residential, substance abuse, supported employment, supportive housing, and transportation. (833) 431-4449Maricopa
HomelessHouse of RefugeProvides homeless families and individuals with transitional housing and support services. (480) 988-9242Maricopa
PregnancyHouse of Ruth Pregnancy CenterNon-profit Christian-based services and support for pregnant Women.(928) 634-0212Yavapai
RightsHow A Hospital Discharge Plan Helps AHCCCS Members Return To Good Health
Your rights and what should be included when you are discharged from inpatient treatment.Arizona
RightsHow To Become A Peer Recovery Support SpecialistWhy and how to become a Peer Recovery Support Specialist. A list of Peer Support Training organizations.Arizona
Peer TrainingHow To Become A Peer Recovery Support SpecialistWhy and how to become a Peer Recovery Support Specialist. A list of Peer Support Training organizations.Arizona
RightsHow To File A Grievance For Arizona Long Term Care Services (ALTCS) Members With A Serious Mental Illness (SMI) DeterminationHow to file a complaint, grievance or concern for someone in ALTCS when they have been determined to have a serious mental illness. This explains your rights and the procedures.Arizona
RightsHow To Keep Yourself And Others Safe When Calling 9-1-1This AHCCCS policy page explains what to do to keep yourself and others safe if you need to call 911 in a mental health emergency.Arizona
RightsHow To Update Your Mailing AddressHow to update your address, phone number, or other information in your AHCCCS account.Arizona
Foster CareHRT Human Resource TrainingHRT (Human Resource Training) has been providing foster care services since 1981. We license all levels of foster care including Family Foster Homes, Kinship, Medically Complex, Therapeutic, and Child & Adult Developmental Homes. We also provide certification for Adoption through Foster Care.(888) 433-1344La Paz
Tribal ServicesHualapai NationMental Health and Alcohol/Substance Abuse Outpatient Services for Adults and Youth: Individual, Group, and Family Therapy. On-Call Crisis Intervention, Intensive Out-Patient Alcohol/Drug Treatment Program, In-Home Intervention, Assistance for Residential Treatment, and Intensive In-Home Therapy for Youth: Ages of 10-17.(928) 769-2207North
HomelessHuman Services CampusProvides assistance with housing, obtaining identification, job search, locating health care, food, and counseling services for the homeless. Also manages a mailbox for individuals experiencing homelessness.(602) 282-0853Maricopa
Human TraffickingHuman Trafficking HotlineHuman trafficking is a form of modern-day slavery. This crime occurs when a trafficker uses force, fraud or coercion to control another person for the purpose of engaging in commercial sex acts or soliciting labor or services against his or her will.(888) 373-7888National
AddictionHushabye NurseryRecovery center for Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome.(480) 628-7500Arizona
Support Group BipolarI | Peer Arizona Bipolar and Bipolar Depression Support GroupsListing of support groups in Arizona.Arizona
FoodICM Interfaith Cooperative MinistriesOffers a food and clothing bank. Must bring photo ID and proof of address. Also offers a free monthly health clinic - call for details.(602) 254-7450Maricopa
HomelessI-HELP SHELTER Emergency TempeI-HELP shelters, feeds, and cares for up to 40 men and women. During the day, program participants work with TCAA staff to prepare for transitioning to permanent housing. Hot showers and laundry services are made possible with TCAA’s mobile trailers.(480) 422-8922Maricopa
ImmunizationsImmunizations Adult, Child, Foreign TravelOffers immunizations for adults, children, and foreign travel needs.(602) 506-6767Maricopa
Developmentally DisabledIndependent Oversight Committee SouthEach committee is comprised of groups of local citizens who provide support and review in matters to the rights of people with developmental disabilities where services are provided. Southern
Native AmericanIndian Health ServicesTheir mission is to raise the physical, mental, social, and spiritual health of American Indians and Alaska Natives to the highest level.(800) 225-0241Arizona
Tribal ServicesIndian Health Services Winslow Behavioral HealthOffers both English and Navajo speaking counselors, and counseling.  Services include individual and family counseling, psychiatric treatment, medication management and treatment for domestic violence related issues.  Treatment for drug and alcohol abuse is NOT available at this time. (928) 289-4646Navajo
Tribal ServicesInter Tribal Council of ArizonaThe Inter Tribal Council of Arizona was established in 1952 to provide a united voice for tribal governments located in the State of Arizona to address common issues of concerns.(602) 258-4822Arizona
Hearing VoicesInter VoiceWorking across the world to spread positive and hopeful messages about the experience of hearing voices. If you hear voices, know someone who does or want to find out more about this experience – then this site is for you.International
ChildrenIntermountain Center for Human DevelopmentChildren and adolescents who are emotionally and/or behaviorally challenged, diagnosed with autism, specialized educational needs, transitioning from care facility, in or out of foster care. Adults diagnosed with a serious mental illness and/or developmental disabilities or transitioning to independent living.(800) 771-9889Pima
Mental HealthIntermountain CentersIntermountain Centers for Human Development provides health and human services for Arizona’s at-risk populations in outpatient networks, educational contexts, group homes and independent living locations. 5207211887Arizona
Support Group Anxiety DisordersInternational OCD FoundationThe mission of the International OCD Foundation is to help those affected by obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD) and related disorders to live full and productive lives. Resource site with online support groups.(617) 973-5801Maricopa
RefugeeInternational Rescue CommitteeThe IRC Center for Well-Being, with locations in Phoenix and Tucson, is a unique resettlement agency-based program that provides a wide array of mental health services to refugees and asylees. Services include in-home well-being promotion, individual and group psychotherapy, including alternative therapies, and intensive case management for survivors of torture.(602) 433-2440Maricopa
Internet/PhoneInternet EssentialsProvides low cost internet service, low-cost computers, and free internet training for families with children receiving free school lunch assistance.(855) 846-8376National
Involuntary CommitmentInvoluntary Commitment COE COTTitle 36 (involuntary commitment) law information in Arizona.Arizona
Islamic CommunityIslamic Social Services AssociationProvides assistance to Muslims to set up and successfully provide social services within their own communities, rather than running these services for communities. Provides support to social service providers through education, training, and services.(888) 415-9920Maricopa
AddictionITS Intensive Treatment SystemsIntensive Treatment Systems (ITS) is a CARF accredited, outpatient substance use treatment program providing Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) to patients who are affected by Opioid Use Disorder and/or Alcohol Use Disorder.(855) 245-6350Arizona
CrisisIt's Up to UsIf you or someone you care about is experiencing a suicidal or mental health crisis, please call the Access and Crisis Line at (888) 724-7240. Trained and experienced counselors are available 7 days a week, 24 hours a day to provide support, referrals, and crisis intervention. (888) 724-7240National
Prescription HelpJanssen Prescription AssistanceProvides access to a variety of Prescription Assistance Programs (including Risperdal Consta), and can assist the person in determining which program may suit their needs.National
EmploymentJob Accommodation NetworkOffers information and resources regarding workplace accommodations and ADA legislation. Offers resources for both job seekers and employers.(800) 526-7234National
FoodJoshua Tree Feeding ProgramOffers supplemental groceries, food boxes to individuals living with HIV/AIDS and seniors in Maricopa and Pinal Counties.(602) 264-0223Central
Volunteer OpportunityJust matches faith, nonprofit, community and governmental organizations that need volunteers with volunteers willing to help. JustServe links you to service opportunities in your community so you can make a difference where you are and however you want to serve.National
Domestic ViolenceKAAP Kingman Aid to Abused PeopleDomestic abuse treatment center in Kingman, Arizona.(928) 753-6222Mohave
TraumaKayenta Outpatient Treatment CenterIntensive outpatient, peer support, substance use & trauma counseling.(928) 697-5570Navajo
FoodKingman Food BankMission is to feed the hungry and needy in the Kingman, Arizona area. They collect and distribute food boxes for those in need. They also serve as a warehouse for 40 other agencies in the Kingman area and serve them through our "back door" operation.(928) 757-4165Mohave
Mental HealthKingman Observation UnitSouthwest Behavioral & Health Services offers 24/7 access to behavioral health care and substance abuse treatment at our Kingman Observation Unit. If the triage and pre‐screening process indicates that stabilization/observation services are appropriate, the individual will be offered voluntary admission to the Kingman Observation Unit and provided with an observation chair for up to 23 hours and 59 minutes.(928) 263-6515Mohave
Mental HealthKingman Recovery UnitRecovery-based behavioral health interventions in a structured, non-hospital setting that assists adults in resolving behavioral crisis. (928) 263-1558Mohave
Vision CareKnights Templar Eye FoundationProvides assistance with eye surgery for individuals who make less than $18,000/year and have been declined for services by Medicaid (AHCCCS). Must be a US citizen and have less than $50,000 in assets.(214) 888-0220Arizona
Mental HealthLa Fronterea CenterLa Frontera Center provides outpatient and residential mental health and substance abuse treatment services to children, youth, and adults in Pima County, Arizona.(520) 884-9920Pima
Family SupportLa Paz / Mohave Superior Court Infant and Toddler Mental Health TeamWorks in Professional Development for professionals from all community entities, parents, and foster parents who have or work with children in the birth-to-five age group. Our goal as a Court Team is to provide evidence-based training to everyone involved in the child welfare system so we can cooperate and collaborate in the best interest of the children and provide them with security and permanence in the least traumatic and most timely fashion possible.(928) 753-0744Western
FinancialLa Paz Public FiduciaryThe Public Fiduciary assumes Guardian, Conservator, or Personal Representative for individuals who have been determined to be unable to handle their own personal business affairs, when there are no relatives or other qualified individuals willing or able to serve. They also handle the affairs the affairs of vulnerable adults and the estates of those who die and have no one to manage estates once their gone and indigent burials (burial of poor persons).(928) 669-6163La Paz
Legal AssistanceLabor's Community Service Agency - GeneralServing the general welfare of our community and advocating for health and human services that meet the needs of all members of the community. Offers information and referrals to community resources/programs to help meet the needs of community members. Labor advocacy group.(602) 263-5741Maricopa
Domestic ViolenceLake Havasu Coalition Against Domestic ViolenceProvides temporary shelter and food for victims of domestic violence. Transitional housing is available for qualified applicants and families. Counseling is available for clients. Provide classes for court-referred abusers. Network with local agencies to provide professional counseling to the abused and the abuser if desired.(928) 453-5800Mohave
Senior CitizenLake Havasu Senior CenterMaking a difference in Senior's lives. Offers meals, Meals on Wheels, and other activities.(928) 453-0715Mohave
LGBTQ+Lambda Phoenix CenterOffering hope to the LGBTQ recovery community. Provides an inviting, safe and supportive community space for individuals and families in the metro Phoenix LGBT community recovering from alcoholism and other addictions.Maricopa
EducationLaw for KidsProvides information and resources to teach children and teens about the law. Specific goal of educating Arizona's youth, their parents, communities and schools to increase their knowledge about youth laws and to encourage law-abiding behavior.(602) 340-7366Arizona
Mental HealthLDS Family ServicesOffers free substance abuse and sexual addiction support groups, and crisis pregnancy counseling. Also offer mental health counseling for initial assessment and reduced amount per session thereafter. Also offers community resources and referrals.(800) 537-2229Maricopa
Legal AssistanceLegal Services CorporationNational how to find legal aid site.(202) 295-1500National
LGBTQ+LGBT National HotlineProvides free and confidential telephone and internet peer-counseling, information, and local resources for gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, and questioning callers throughout the United States.(888) 843-4564National
LGBTQ+LGBT National Senior TalklineProvides free and confidential telephone and internet peer-counseling, information, and local resources for gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, and questioning youth up to age 25 throughout the United States.(888) 234-7243national
LGBTQ+LGBT National Youth TalklineProvides free and confidential telephone and internet peer-counseling, information, and local resources for gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, and questioning youth up to age 25 throughout the United States.(800) 246-7743National
LGBTQ+LGBTQ ConsortiumHonoring individuals’ gender identity, gender expression, and sexual orientation, they work to increase the health and wellness of Arizonans by eliminating health disparities and injustice.Arizona
PregnancyLife Connections Pregnancy Resource CenterLife Connections is a non-medical pregnancy care center committed to providing accurate information and quality services to all women in any pregnancy situation.(928) 227-3130Yavapai
PregnancyLife Pregnancy Resource CenterTesting, Options Counseling, Parenting Classes, Referral, Post-Abortive Support.(928) 636-5025Yavapai
CounselingLifeline Professional CounselingCounseling service for Mental, Emotional, Behavioral Health, Substance Abuse & Addiction. They have locations in Scottsdale, Downtown Phoenix, Chandler, Mesa, Glendale, and Avondale is a team of qualified professionals.(480) 641-1165Maricopa
Mental HealthLifewellLifewell Behavioral Wellness is a non-profit integrated healthcare agency providing treatment, services and support for low-income clients diagnosed with serious mental illness (SMI), general mental health issues, and substance abuse disorders.(602) 808-2822Arizona
EmploymentLinkagesLinking businesses to people with disabilities and Wounded Warriors. Linkages advocates to employers on the benefits of hiring individuals with disabilities. Then they 'link' those employers to candidates through their job board, events, and by sharing information with their agency partners who provide employment services to job seekers. (520) 624-6452Pima
Vision CareLions Sight and Hearing FoundationProvides assistance with eye glasses, eye surgery, and hearing aids. Glasses and hearing aids provided for a sliding scale fee based on qualifications; recipient is responsible for eyeglass prescription or hearing test. There is usually a wait list for hearing assistance.(602) 267-7573National
EducationLiteracy Volunteers of Maricopa CountyOffers Adult Basic Education and GED preparation classes. Also provides computer assisted instruction in basic reading, GED, and ESOL. (602) 274-3430Maricopa
Mental HealthLittle Colorado Behavioral Health CentersIndividual & family counseling, peer support, referral, stabilization.(928) 337-4301Apache
AdvocacyLive and Learn ProgramHelping women impacted by poverty and violence.(602) 583-7052Maricopa
PregnancyLiving Hope Women's CentersChristian-based pregnancy support throughout the state of AZ.(928) 333-0597Yavapai
ChildrenLori's Place Cochise Family Advocacy CenterThe mission of Cochise Family Advocacy Center, Inc. is to compassionately support and promote the wellbeing of children and adult victims through comprehensive services in a neutral, friendly environment.(520) 515-4444Cochise
Pet AssistanceLost Our Home Pet FoundationProvides temporary care and low-income boarding, as well as re-homing services and a pet food bank program.(602) 445-7387Maricopa
TeenLove Is RespectNational Teen Dating Violence Helpline. loveisrespect’s purpose is to engage, educate and empower young people to prevent and end abusive relationships.(866) 331-8453National
FoodLove KitchenThe kitchen proudly serves the White Mountain communities of both Navajo and Apache counties. For many of our guests this is the only meal they will have during the day. Our open-door policy has always been in place and invites anyone without question or qualification. Providing a home cooked meal to feed not only their bellies but their souls is what we each strive for daily here.(928) 367-6505Apache
MedicalLow Cost Health ClinicsA list of clinics offering low-cost health care and services though out the state of Arizona.(602) 506-3011Arizona
Mental HealthLutheran Social Services of the SouthwestStabilize people during crisis and transition, build a foundation where people can thrive, and preserve dignity and respect for the most vulnerable.  Also offers aging and disability services, children and family services, emergency services, refugee and immigration services.(480) 396-3795Maricopa
Rent AssistanceLutheran Social Services Rent and Mortgage AssistanceA limited amount of rent financial assistance is available each month. Eligibility and availability are based upon a variety of factors. (480) 654-4539Arizona
Health PlanMagellan Complete CareIntegrated Health Neighborhoods, where our team works with you to coordinate your healthcare, connect you with local resources and get the services you need.(800) 424-5891Arizona
Peer TrainingMagellan Health ServicesMagellan and DBSA have partnered to create online Peer Support Courses to educate a variety of audiences about the role of Peer Specialists in promoting recovery. Hosted on Magellan’s Resiliency and Recovery E-Learning Center, these courses are free.Maricopa
DentalMagic SmilesProvides professional dental care to children, teens, and adults at discounted prices to those without dental insurance. No proof of citizenship necessary.(602) 640-9853Maricopa
FoodManzanita OutreachProvides food in Verde Valley and Prescott.(928) 649-5772Yavapai
Legal AssistanceMaricopa Bar Association Lawyer Referral ServiceProvides half hour legal consultations in civil and criminal matters. (602) 257-4434Maricopa
Pet AssistanceMaricopa County Animal Care and ControlOffers several community programs aimed at promoting and protecting the health, safety, and welfare of people and pets in Maricopa County. Programs include Neuter Scooter (low-cost, mobile, spay/neuter clinic) and subsidized voucher program (vet care).(602) 506-7387Maricopa
Prescription HelpMaricopa County Discount Card ProgramThis free discount card offers discounts (usually about 20%) on covered medications at numerous pharmacies throughout Maricopa County. No enrollment form or membership fee.(877) 231-2652Maricopa
Legal AssistanceMaricopa County Legal Self-Help CenterCivil legal Self-help Center for Maricopa County courts. Includes forms and instructions for those who want to represent themselves.(602) 506-7353Maricopa
CrisisMaricopa CRISIS Line Crisis Response NetworkWhen life is overwhelming, you can’t cope, you’re worried about a loved one, or you just need to talk, immediate and confidential help is available 24/7/365.(602) 222-9444Maricopa
FinancialMaricopa Public FiduciaryThe Public Fiduciary assumes Guardian, Conservator, or Personal Representative for individuals who have been determined to be unable to handle their own personal business affairs, when there are no relatives or other qualified individuals willing or able to serve. They also handle the affairs the affairs of vulnerable adults and the estates of those who die and have no one to manage estates once their gone and indigent burials (burial of poor persons).(602) 506-3011Maricopa
MedicalMariposa Community Health CenterProvides Behavioral Health, Community Health, Dental, Lab, X-Ray, Mammography & Ultrasound, Medical and Pharmacy services.(520) 281-1550Santa Cruz
FoodMarket on the MoveThe Move aim to supply food and resources to communities in need. See website for schedule.(928) 925-1785Yavapai
Mental HealthMary’s Mission and Development CenterAvailable services include our Therapeutic Residential Treatment Services, DUI Services, Outpatient Services, Supervised Visitation and many more.(520) 417-2115Southern
Prescription HelpMAT Medicine Assistance Tool.orgOffers free assistance to qualifying individuals to find prescription assistance programs that will meet their needs.National
Addiction PreventionMATFORCEWorking together reducing substance abuse in Yavapai County.(928) 708-0100Yavapai
FoodMayer Area Meals on WheelsMeals served to walk-ins. No referral required. Age 60 or older or under 60 with a documented disability for homebound meal delivery (call for requirements).(928) 632-7511Yavapai
MedicareMedicareMedicare is a Health Insurance Program for people age 65 or older, some disabled people under age 65, and people of all ages with End-Stage Renal Disease (permanent kidney failure treated with dialysis or a transplant). The Medicare website offers an online plan finder that allows beneficiaries and their families, trusted representatives, and senior program advocates to look at available local drug and health plan options for the 2012 benefit year.(800) 633-4227National
MedicareMedicare Extra HelpOffers prescription assistance for individuals on Medicare with limited resources.(800) 633-4227National
Addiction PreventionMental Health and Substance Use DisordersProvides information on the connection between substance use disorders and mental illness.National
Criminal JusticeMental Health and the Justice SystemAcross Arizona, the court has taken a leadership role in improving its response to people experiencing mental illness. Nationally, the Conference of State Court Administrators (COSCA) and National Center for State Courts have been urging courts to commit to improvements and decriminalize mental illness, stating that the judiciary’s unique vantage point make it an ideal force for convening community stakeholders to develop protocols and processes that better address how the courts administer justice for those with mental illness and co-occurring behavioral health conditions. (602) 452-3300Arizona
Support GroupMental Health ArizonaA free listing of Mental Health and Peer Support Groups in AZ.Maricopa
Mental HealthMental Health Awareness CoalitionTo educate the public regarding understanding, awareness and acceptance of mental health issues in the general community, while working to reduce stigma and discrimination associated with mental health in adults and children. Maricopa
Peer & FamilyMental Health Coalition Verde ValleyBuild support and eliminate stigma for individuals and families challenged by mental health issues through education, outreach, advocacy, community conversations and support services.(928) 649-0135Northern
Covid-19Mental Health First AidHow to Manage Your Mental Health When Feeling Stressed During COVID-19.National
Covid-19Mental Health First AidTips to Help Teens Cope During COVID-19.National
Volunteer OpportunityMental Health GuildA non-profit, all volunteer organization dedicated to improving the quality of life of persons with a serious mental illness in Maricopa County Arizona.(602) 350-8920Maricopa
Prescription HelpMerck HelpsProvides assistance to individuals to access their Merck medications.(800) 727-5400National
Health PlanMercy Care PlanMercy Care is a not-for-profit health plan offering integrated care to children, adults and seniors eligible for AHCCCS benefits. (800) 624-3879Arizona
Health PlanMercy Maricopa Integrated Care of ArizonaProvides information on county covered behavioral health services. Individuals or families can call to request an assessment/intake for behavioral health services.(800) 564-5465Maricopa
EducationMesa Laubach Literacy CouncilTutors teach ESL, English, reading, and math to English and non-English speaking adults.(480) 964-3833Maricopa
EducationMesa USD Adult EducationOffers GED preparation classes depending on household income. Registration is limited to the first 50 people who arrive for an orientation and qualify based on a placement test. Also offers English language classes and family literacy classes. Proof of legal residency required.(480) 472-7250Maricopa
DentalMidwestern Dental ClinicProvides a full range of affordable dental care by students to the community. Provides free or low-cost dental services to adults and children. Must complete "hardship" form to determine cost of care.(623) 537-6000Maricopa
Vision CareMidwestern University Eye InstituteProvides comprehensive eye care on a sliding scale fee. (623) 537-6000Maricopa
RefugeeMigrant Clinicians NetworkTheir mission is to create practical solutions at the intersection of vulnerability, migration and health.(512) 327-2017National
ChildrenMIKID Mentally Ill Kids in DistressOffering respite services direct care providers are able to provide rest and relief for families and youth in the Children’s Behavioral Health System. (928) 775-4448Arizona
Developmentally DisabledMilemarkers Employment ProgramAllowing our young adults to gain training and job experience in a setting that is selected based on their interests and abilities. All levels (Centered Based, Group Supported & Individual) are supported with a Milemarkers Job Coach in which we work close with the member’s family and the members support coordinator, thus insuring the best possible needs and support for our member’s success.(928) 854-5439Mohave
Developmentally DisabledMilemarkers TherapyOffering clinic and school based Occupational, Physical, Feeding and Speech Therapies. Our focus is solely based on the individualized needs of each child or adult.(928) 854-5439Mohave
VeteransMilitary One SourceProvides information for benefits, deployments, reintegration, moves, parenthood, retirement and more.(800) 342-9647National
VeteransMilitary.comConnects service members, families and veterans to a wide range of services and benefits from discounts and mentors to government benefits and scholarships.National
ImmunizationsMinuteClinics at CVS PharmacyOffers vaccines for children, adolescents, teens and adults. Please call to check your insurance.(866) 389-2727Arizona
ChildrenMiracle EarProvides assistance with hearing aids for children under the age of 16 with parent(s) who make less than $50,000/year.  Child must live in the US, fill out an application, and have a current audiogram.(800) 234-5422Maricopa
Eating DisorderMirasolMirasol provides alternative Eating Disorder Treatment Programs. Their clinicians use non-pharmaceutical alternatives whenever possible to enhance and restore the body's natural ability to combat illness. Mirasol clients rediscover normal eating with individual meal plans and guidance from our staff dietitians.(888) 520-1700Arizona
MedicalMission of MercyMission of Mercy is a free mobile clinic for primary medical care and prescriptions for children and adults. Appointments are recommended. If a medication is needed, it will be dispensed free of charge. Their clinics are located in Phoenix, Mesa and Avondale. (602) 861-2233Maricopa
CrisisMobile Crisis Response Unit - Spectrum HealthcareCrisis help where person experiencing crisis is located.(877) 756-4090Yavapai
Legal AssistanceMohave County Attorney's Office Victim Witness Program - KingmanIt is their goal to provide all victims with accurate and timely information. The Victim Rights Coordinators (VRC), are responsible for notifying victims of juvenile and adult cases of all court hearings and changes in case status. (928) 753-0741Mohave
ChildrenMohave County Court Team for Infants and ToddlersMohave court program strategy is to improve outcomes for infants and toddlers and prevent future court involvement.(928) 753-0744Mohave
MedicalMohave County Department of Public HealthImmunization Services, Family Planning, Birth & Death Certificates, Food Safety, Nursing Services and more.(928) 753-0714Mohave
EmploymentMohave County Find JobsMohave County's One-Stop Centers are entry points into the Arizona Workforce Connection's One-Stop System of job-seeker and employer services. The Mohave County One-Stop Career Center provides free employment services to everyone who is eligible to work in the United States and seeking assistance in their job search. (928) 757-0960Mohave
Senior CitizenMohave County Senior ServicesServices including home-delivered meals, in-home care, and respite, service availability may vary in each county due to funding, and a care coordinator provides an in-home assessment and regular follow up for the duration of the service need.(928) 757-8150Mohave
Mental HealthMohave Mental Health ClinicPromote, assist and contribute to the improved mental health of the individuals, families, and communities in Mohave County. The agency operates outpatient clinics in Kingman, Bullhead City, and Lake Havasu City, with two group homes and a Level I Subacute Facility in Kingman as well.(928) 757-8111Mohave
FinancialMohave Public FiduciaryThe Public Fiduciary assumes Guardian, Conservator, or Personal Representative for individuals who have been determined to be unable to handle their own personal business affairs, when there are no relatives or other qualified individuals willing or able to serve. They also handle the affairs the affairs of vulnerable adults and the estates of those who die and have no one to manage estates once their gone and indigent burials (burial of poor persons).(928) 718-4959Mohave
RefugeeMosaic Elder Refugee ProgramProvides assistance with citizenship, socialization, housing, benefits, and other resources to refugees over 60 years old in Maricopa County.(888) 264-2258Maricopa
MedicalMountain Park Health CenterServices include medical, behavioral health, dental, nutrition, and pharmacy. Full care clinic.(602) 243-7277Maricopa
TransportationMountain Valley Shuttle in Show LowServicing Show Low, Heber, Payson, Mesa, Phoenix, and Sky Harbor Airport.(928) 537-4539Navajo
FoodMountain View United Methodist ChurchFood Bank, please call for days and times.(928) 634-8857Yavapai
AddictionMt. Graham Safe HouseMt. Graham Safe House is a shelter for men and women experiencing domestic violence or sexual assault. People who need a safe place to stay during this time in are offered shelter, food, transportation, and the support of an advocate and specialist.(928) 348-9104Graham
LGBTQ+Mulligan’s Manor Group HomeA non-profit, supportive, family-oriented group home dedicated to at-risk gay, bisexual, transgender, questioning, and heterosexual adolescents ranging from 12 to 17 years old.(480) 831-8727Maricopa
FoodMVUMC Food PantryMohave Valley United Methodist Church Food Pantry and Offices are located at, 1593 E Lipan Blvd., Fort Mohave AZ. 86426.(928) 768-8779Mohave
FinancialMy Family BenefitsAn online system that offers Arizona families an easy and secure way to access information about Food Stamps, Cash Assistance, and Medical Assistance benefits.(855) 432-7587Arizona
AddictionMy Hope For AddictionOur purpose is to walk alongside, equip and care for those who struggle with addiction. There is hope, and lasting change is possible.(480) 782-0403Maricopa
CancerMy Life LineMyLifeLine exists to easily connect cancer patients and caregivers with friends and family in order to reduce stress, anxiety, and isolation.(888) 793-9355National
Domestic ViolenceMy Sister's PlaceDomestic violence shelter for women and children in the East Valley with meals and linens provided.(480) 821-1024Maricopa
Native AmericanNAAF Native American Advancement FoundationComprised of community members of Gu Vo District on the Tohono O’odham Nation, the Healthy People Coalition will utilize effective prevention strategies, activities, and evidence based curriculum to promote healthful behaviors, decisions, and environments that will reduce, postpone, or eliminate the problematic use of alcohol and illicit substances among the youth of Gu Vo District.Pima
Native AmericanNACA Native Americans for Community ActionSupport Services and programs for Flagstaff community of Native Americans, including behavioral health, family health and wellness center.(928) 774-6845Coconino
Rent/Utility AssistanceNACOG Northern Arizona Council of GovernmentsAssistance with utilities and rent.(877) 521-3500Northern
Senior CitizenNACOG Northern Arizona Council of GovernmentsNorthern Arizona Council of Governments is a nonprofit corporation representing local governments to provide a wide variety of services within Apache, Coconino, Navajo and Yavapai Counties.(877) 521-3500Northern
Family SupportNACOG Northern Arizona Council of Governments Area Agency on AgingProvides family caregiver support and other services.(877) 521-3500Northern
Native AmericanNAIHS Navajo Area Indian Health ServicesProvides outpatient, community health, preventive health, and other services NAIHS also provides inpatient, emergency, outpatient, public health, and other services at four hospitals.(928) 871-5894Navajo
Peer & FamilyNAMI ArizonaCoordinates activities of NAMI Affiliates in Arizona and serves as a state organization of NAMI.(480) 994-4407Arizona
Peer SupportNAMI Connections Peer Support GroupA free support group facilitated by a peer for people with mental illness. Meets every Thurs 5:50 to 7pm. when not under social distancing.Coconino
Covid-19NAMI COVID-19 Resource and Information GuideNAMI COVID-19 Resource and Information Guide to answer frequently asked questions regarding the intersection between Coronavirus, or COVID-19, and people affected by mental illness, their caregivers and loved ones. National
Family SupportNAMI Family Support GroupA free support group for friends and family of people with mental illness. Meets every Thurs 5:50 to 7pm. (when not under social distancing)Coconino
Peer & FamilyNAMI FlagstaffYou can contact the NAMI affiliate in Flagstaff at
Peer & FamilyNAMI HavasuNAMI affiliate in Lake Havasu.Mohave
VeteransNAMI Homefront for VeteransNAMI Homefront is a free, on-line 6-session educational program for families, caregivers and friends of military service members and veterans with mental health conditions.(703) 524-7600National
CrisisNAMI National Alliance on Mental IllnessHelp navigating a Mental Health Crisis.National
Peer & FamilyNAMI National Alliance on Mental IllnessNational grassroots organization providing support for peers, family member, and care givers of people with mental illness.National
Covid-19NAMI National Alliance on Mental IllnessCovid-19 Resource & Information Guide (in Spanish).(800) 950-6264National
Peer & FamilyNAMI PaysonNAMI Payson is the affiliate in Payson and serves the surrounding area.(928) 301-9140Gila
Peer & FamilyNAMI PinalNAMI Affiliate in Pinal County.Pinal
Peer & FamilyNAMI SedonaNAMI Sedona is the NAMI affiliate that covers northern Yavapai, including the Verde Valley, and southern Coconino county. You can contact NAMI Sedona at They hold twice monthly family support groups in Cottonwood.(928) 300-2065Northern
Support Group FamiliesNAMI Support GroupsListing of NAMI Support groups throughout Arizona.(480) 994-4407Maricopa
Peer & FamilyNAMI Valley of the SunNAMI Affiliate that covers Maricopa county. Please refer to their website for a list of classes and support groups.(602) 244-8166Maricopa
Support GroupNAMI Valley of The Sun Support GroupsNAMI Family Support Groups & Peer Support Group schedules.(602) 224-8166Maricopa
Peer & FamilyNAMI White MountainsYou can contact the NAMI White Mountain affiliate at 298-1914Navajo
Peer & FamilyNAMI Yavapai CountyYou can contact the NAMI affiliate in Yavapai county at NAMI Yavapai holds support groups in Prescott Valley.(928) 642-5705Yavapai
Peer & FamilyNAMI YumaYou can contact NAMI Yuma at 581-6886Yuma
CrisisNARBHA Crisis InformationServes Mohave, Coconino, Apache, Navajo and Yavapai Counties.(877) 756-4090Yavapai
AddictionNarcotics AnonymousProvides information for local twelve step groups open to all.(480) 897-4636Arizona
Domestic ViolenceNational Advocacy and Training NetworkAn international network of survivors, volunteers, advocates, staff and professionals who strive for the prevention of domestic violence and abuse through quality training programs tailored to specific needs, enhancing recovery and the quality of life for survivors through transitional housing, counseling, and support.(602) 369-7792National
Legal AssistanceNational Alliance on Mental IllnessProvides information and resources related to creating a psychiatric advance directive (PAD) specific to each state. Provides a link to specific forms necessary for completing an Advance Directive.(703) 524-7600National
AddictionNational Association for Children of AlcoholicsWe are the National Association for Children of Addiction (NACoA) and our mission is to eliminate the adverse impact of alcohol and drug use on children and families. We envision a world in which no child who struggles because of family addiction will be left unsupported.(888) 554-2627National
Legal AssistanceNational Association for the Advancement of Colored PeopleProvides legal referrals for civil and criminal matters. (602) 252-4064Maricopa
ChildrenNational Canter for Missing and Exploited ChildrenProvides resources, information, and support for issues regarding child protection. (800) 843-5678Maricopa
Legal AssistanceNational Center for State CourtsInformation about courts in all states.(800) 616-6164Arizona
ChildrenNational Center on Secondary Education and TransitionCoordinates national resources, offers technical assistance, and disseminates information related to secondary education and transition for youth with disabilities in order to create opportunities for youth to achieve successful futures. Offers additional online programs for development and transition planning, including, Transition Solutions, and Check and Connect.(612) 624-2097National
Domestic ViolenceNational Coalition Against Domestic ViolenceProvides a national hotline that can provide crisis support, emotional support, advocacy and legal service referrals, and other supportive services.(303) 839-1852National
Covid-19National Council for Behavioral HealthThe National Council for Behavioral Health is the unifying voice of America’s health care organizations that deliver mental health and addictions treatment and services. (202) 684-7457National
CrisisNational Disaster Distress Helpline24/7 national service that offers phone- and text-based crisis counseling and support to people in distress related to any natural or human-caused disaster. Text: "TalkWithUs" or ("Hablanos" for Spanish-speaking) to 66746. The Helpline immediately connects callers to trained and caring professionals from the closest crisis counseling center in the nationwide network of centers. The Helpline staff will provide confidential counseling, referrals and other needed support services. (800) 985-5990National
Domestic ViolenceNational Domestic Violence HotlineHotline advocates are available for victims and anyone calling on their behalf to provide crisis intervention, safety planning, information and referrals to agencies in all 50 states. Information is offered in both English and Spanish. Offers information on the Violence Against Women Act, which allows domestic abuse victims to pursue citizenship if they are married to their abuser, if the abuse is a U.S. citizen or legal resident, and if the victim assists law enforcement.(800) 799-7233National
CrisisNational Drug HelplineOffers 24/7 drug and alcohol help to those with addiction, including information regarding treatment and recovery.(844) 289-0879National
Utility AssistanceNational Energy Assistance Referral ProjectEnergy assistance programs, coordinated among federal and state governments and utility companies, are available to help low-income households meet their energy needs. Their programs assist with utility deposits and bill payments, conduct home weatherization, and repair or replace certain appliances.(866) 674-6327National
Native AmericanNational Indian Law LibraryLegal information and help regarding Native American parental rights, custody, visitation; Indian Child Welfare Act (ICWA).(303) 447-8760Arizona
Native AmericanNational Indian Law LibraryLegal help, information, and resources for Native Americans.(303) 447-8760Arizona
Covid-19National Institute of Mental HealthTransforming the understanding and treatment of mental illnesses.(866) 615-6464National
Legal AssistanceNational Resource Center on Psychiatric Advance DirectivesProvides information and resources related to creating a psychiatric advance directive, PAD, specific to each state. Provides a link to specific forms necessary for completing an Advance Directive.National
VeteransNational Resource DirectoryProvides access to thousands of services and resources at the national, state and local levels to support recovery, rehabilitation and reintegration. Wounded warriors, Service Members, Veterans, families and caregivers can find information on key topics such as health care, employment and education.(800) 827-1000National
ChildrenNational Runaway SafelineHere to listen. Here to help. You can immediately share your story with a compassionate person and build a plan together. Visit the website to chat, email or join a forum.(800) 786-2929National
Native AmericanNative American Community Health Center Native HealthNative Help currently provides a wide range of programs, including primary medical, dental, behavioral health, WIC (available at four sites), and community health and wellness programs.(602) 279-5262Maricopa
Native AmericanNative American ConnectionsImproving the lives of individuals and families through Native American culturally appropriate behavioral health, affordable housing, and community development services.(602) 424-2060Arizona
Anger ManagementNative HealthOffers 12-week Anger Management groups for adults and teens ages 13 - 17. Program will teach individuals how to manage anger effectively, stop violence or the threat of violence, and develop self-control over thoughts and actions. (602) 279-5262Maricopa
AddictionNavajo County Public Health Services DistrictData collection, Opioid review teams, lock boxes and Deterra bags while supplies last, education regarding safer prescribing practices and knowledge of community resources.(928) 532-6050Navajo
Native AmericanNavajo Nation DilkonDual diagnosis, intensive outpatient, peer support, substance use & trauma counseling.(928) 657-8000Navajo
FinancialNavajo Public FiduciaryThe Public Fiduciary assumes Guardian, Conservator, or Personal Representative for individuals who have been determined to be unable to handle their own personal business affairs, when there are no relatives or other qualified individuals willing or able to serve. They also handle the affairs the affairs of vulnerable adults and the estates of those who die and have no one to manage estates once their gone and indigent burials (burial of poor persons).(928) 524-4353Navajo
Warm LineNAZCAREOffers Warm Line 7 days a week. The Warm Line is staffed by Peers and is available to anyone. (888) 404-5530Arizona
Peer SupportNAZCAREBehavioral Health Services for individuals and families, transitional housing and peer support training.(928) 442-9205Yavapai
Peer SupportNAZCARE New Directions Wellness CenterProvides peer support, life skills, and supported employment services to those with Serious Mental Illness (SMI), general mental health concerns, substance use disorders, and co-occurring issues.(928) 753-1213Mohave
AddictionNCADD National Council On Alcoholism and Drug DependenceNCADD Phoenix is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing substance abuse treatment to women through a variety of programs to address induvial needs.(602) 264-6214National
AddictionNCDP Nexus Coalition for Drug PreventionNexus Coalition gives out FREE Naloxone and Drug Testing Kits. Simply contact them.(928) 243-2014Navajo
Eating DisorderNEDA National Eating Disorders AssociationNonprofit organization dedicated to supporting individuals and families affected by eating disorders. NEDA supports individuals and families affected by eating disorders, and serves as a catalyst for prevention, cures and access to quality care. Contact the Helpline for support, resources, and treatment options for yourself or a loved one.(800) 931-2237National
FinancialNeed Help Paying BillsDirectory and resources for helping paying rent, utilities and other financial assistance.National
Prescription HelpNeedy MedsOnline web portal offering information on healthcare and prescription assistance programs, with an easy to use medication search option.(800) 503-6897National
MedicalNeighborhood Christian CenterProvides sliding scale fee for service medical and dental care to qualifying individuals. Must go to the clinic to become a new patient. Proof of citizenship not required.(602) 258-6008Maricopa
Legal AssistanceNever AgainProvides civil litigation and legal representation for surviving family members of victims of domestic violence deaths.(602) 761-2535Arizona
FoodNew Covenant Church Community Food BankCommunity food bank food boxes & assistance.(928) 337-3205Navajo
FoodNew Covenant Church Community Food Bank in St. JohnsCommodity food boxes, neighborhood food distribution, and emergency food boxes.(928) 337-3205Apache
Domestic ViolenceNew Hope RanchOffers emergency housing for victims of domestic violence, domestic violence prevention education, lay legal assistance for domestic violence victims, and lay counseling for domestic violence victims and abusers.(928) 337-5060Apache
AddictionNew Hope Wellness CenterNew Hope integrates recovery support services with supportive housing services at Hope House and Majesty Manor; transitional and permanent housing programs for individuals with mental illness.(928) 442-9205Yavapai
TransportationNew HorizonsHelping you become more mobile. Disability Transportation.(928) 775-8870Yavapai
Developmentally DisabledNew Horizons Disability Empowerment CenterIn Mohave, Yavapai, Coconino, Navajo and Apache counties they provide Independent Living Centers. They also provided transportation, adaptive computer center, durable medical equipment loan closet, support groups, Peer to Peer Counseling, and information & referral services.(928) 772-1266Northern
Support Group Chemical SensitivityNew Horizons Disability Empowerment CenterMultiple Chemical Sensitivity Support Group meets monthly. Please call or see website for current time and place.(928) 772-1266Northern
Support Group Chronic FatigueNew Horizons Disability Empowerment CenterCFIDS (Chronic Fatigue and Immune Dysfunction Syndrome) and Fibromyalgia Support Group meets monthly. Please call or see website for current time and place.(928) 772-1266Northern
Support Group Traumatic Brain InjuryNew Horizons Disability Empowerment CenterTBI (Traumatic Brain Injury) and Spinal Cord Injury Support Group meets monthly. Please call or see website for current time and place.(928) 772-1266Northern
Domestic ViolenceNew Life CenterProvides emergency shelter and related services to victims of domestic violence and their children.(623) 932-4404Maricopa
CounselingNew Life CounselingProviding Christ-centered, Biblically-based counseling for individuals, couples, families, teenagers, children, pastors and ministry leaders. Each counselor is a committed follower of Christ and has extensive education, training, experience and certification to provide the most effective counseling.(800) 678-0648Mohave
PregnancyNew Life Pregnancy CenterNew Life Pregnancy Center provides hope and care to those facing a pregnancy, planned or unplanned, through Christ-centered ministries.(928) 668-1450Yavapai
Grief/BereavementNew Song Center for Grieving ChildrenOffers grief support for children, teens, young adults and parents or family caregivers. The center also offers grief education for caregivers, community groups, clergy, medical and mental health professionals.(480) 951-8985Maricopa
CounselingNext Step CounselingNext Step Counseling is committed to providing services to Individuals, Families, Couples and Groups in an atmosphere of respect. Community Counseling Agency providing Intensive Outpatient Treatment, Standard Outpatient Treatment and Relapse Prevention programs for Alcohol, Drugs, Domestic Violence & DUI services. (520) 747-0405Pima
HousingNext Steps Housing NAZCARESupportive housing for independent adults with mental health, substance abuse, and co-occurring disorders wrapped in peer support services.(928) 460-4424Mohave
Urgent CareNextCare Urgent CareProvides urgent care medicine and occupational medical services.(888) 381-4858Coconino
Addiction PreventionNEXUS Coalition for Drug PreventionThe overarching goal is to engage the community to respond to substance abuse issues by implementing strategies that transform community attitudes, perceptions and policies.(928) 243-2014Navajo
ChildrenNICP Newborn Intensive Care ProgramThe Newborn Intensive Care Program (NICP) provides in-home community health nursing services to assist families and their newborns during the transition from the Newborn Intensive Care Unit to their home and community.(602) 266-5976Arizona
AddictionNIDA National Institute on Drug AbuseOffers information and referrals for addiction, treatment, and recovery.(301) 443-1124National
RightsNO WAIT LISTS!Printable explanation of how wait lists are prohibited in the AHCCCS covered Behavioral Health system.Arizona
MedicalNOAH Neighborhood Outreach Access to HealthAll NOAH clinics provide medical care to uninsured, underserved patients of all ages within Maricopa County. Certain criteria are used to determine an individual’s fee which is based on a sliding scale. Also accepts most insurance plans, including AHCCCS. Offers family medicine, pediatric care, dental services, behavioral health and prevention.(480) 882-4545Maricopa
MedicalNorth Country HealthCareProvides outside benefit application assistance, diagnostic tests, home modifications, medical travel assistance, dentures, hearing aids, behavioral health and more. (928) 522-9400Coconino
Mental HealthNorth County Health Care ClinicsBehavioral health consultants are available to support individuals and families in making positive lifestyle changes to improve health and well-being. They can also assist in creating plans to manage health challenges and diagnoses.(928) 753-1177North
CancerNorthern Arizona Cancer Support Center Arizona - Phone and Online Support ServicesCSC Helpline 888-793-9355 and cancer support groups.(888) 793-9355Northern
ChildrenNorthern Arizona Children's CouncilAdvisory and networking forum for children’s behavioral health issues. Stakeholder forum for input into network and system of care planning. Discussion based on improving system of care and promoting development of Arizona Children’s Vision and 12 Principles. Northern
CrisisNorthern Arizona Regional Behavioral Health AuthorityFor help during a mental health crisis in Apache, Coconino, Gila, Mohave, Navajo and Yavapai Counties.(877) 756-4090Northern
VeteransNorthern Arizona V.A. Health Care SystemA community-based outpatient clinic (CBOC) providing primary care services to veterans living in Coconino County.(928) 226-1056Coconino
VeteransNorthern Arizona VA Healthcare SystemVeterans Hospital offering a variety of services to Veterans and their families.(928) 445-4860Yavapai
HIV/AIDS/STDNorthland CaresWe provide a full range of outpatient services for people living with HIV/AIDS and prevention services for those at risk for HIV in northern Arizona.(928) 776-4612Yavapai
HomelessNorthland Family Help CenterCrisis Intervention services, including confidential emergency shelter location, food, clothing, transitional housing, etc. Hotline open 24 hours/7days per week.(928) 527-1900Coconino
Family SupportNorthwest Valley Community Resource GuideThe City of Peoria and City of Surprise collaborated to create a quick reference guide to provide contact information for assistance with food, shelter, homelessness, domestic violence and many other local resources.(623) 222-1600Maricopa
Childrennot MY kidOffers local resources including drug testing information, support group information, and crisis information, as well as educational materials to help parents and young adults make informed choices to avoid destructive behavior.(602) 652-0163Maricopa
Prescription HelpNovartis Patient Assistance FoundationProvides assistance to patients experiencing financial hardship who have no third-party insurance coverage for their medications. Must be a U.S. resident and be able to provide proof of income and lack of coverage.(800) 277-2254National
Domestic ViolenceNuestra CasaEmergency shelter is available for survivors – both men and women with children who have experienced domestic violence, sexual assault, elder abuse, and trafficking.(520) 508-0917Santa Cruz
ChildrenNurse Family PartnershipOffers free home visits by a Registered Nurse (RN) for women pregnant with their first child. The RN provides health and development education, life coaching, assistance locating appropriate resources, and prenatal education. Services continue through the child's second birthday.(866) 864-5226Arizona
VeteransNVLSP National Veterans Legal Services ProgramNVLSP's Lawyers Serving Warriors® program offers pro bono (that is, free) legal help with disability issues to veterans from all eras. Our current pro bono initiatives are to assist veterans with the disability claims.(202) 265-8305National
ChildrenOffice for Children, Youth, Faith and FamiliesProvides resources, promotes citizen engagement and leads innovative projects to strengthen and empower families and communities in Arizona.(602) 542-4043Arizona
Victim AssistanceOffice for Victims of CrimeFund supports a broad array of programs and services that focus on helping victims in the immediate aftermath of crime and continuing to support them as they rebuild their lives. (202) 307-5983National
FinancialOffice Of Child Support EnforcementOCSE partners with federal, state, tribal and local governments and others to promote parental responsibility so that children receive support from both parents even when they live in separate households.National
AdvocacyOffice of Human RightsProvides free assistance to those determined to have a Serious Mental Illness in Arizona.(602) 364-4585Arizona
Domestic ViolenceOffice On Women's HealthProvide national leadership and coordination to improve the health of women and girls through policy, education, and innovative programs. Every woman has the right to live her life safely and free of violence. (800) 799-7233National
HomelessOld Concho Community Assistance CenterAs funds are available, offers motel vouchers, rent, utilities and utility deposits for homelessness prevention, and food referral services.(928) 337-5047Apache
FoodOld Town MissionServing our neighbors in the Verde Valley by providing food & clothing, community events, programs and services thereby building relationships and creating a stronger community.(928) 634-7869Yavapai
AddictionOmega CounselingProvides individual and group counseling on a variety of issues including domestic violence, substance abuse, and anger management. No verification of citizenship required.(602) 495-9306Maricopa
Vision CareOne SightProvides free vision care and eyewear to those who qualify based on income and need. Must be screened by a partner agency. Contact your local LensCrafters for details.(888) 935-4589Arizona
LGBTQ+one-n-tenOne-n-ten provides a safe, social environment for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and questioning (LGBTQ) youth. Offers drop-in social support services for LGBTQ youth ages 14-22 to develop positive self-acceptance through life enhancing programs and connection with local resources. Offers two weekly meetings and various social events and resources. Offers GED services, job development, benefits assistance, HIV testing, and a soup kitchen/food box kitchen 4 days/week. All services are free, and there are no citizenship requirements.(602) 400-2601Arizona
Suicide PreventionOpen CounselingSearch for free or low-cost counseling; "Your Home For Affordable Counseling".National
Addiction PreventionOpioid Assistance and Referral LineFree and confidential service, assist with questions regarding medications (use, side effects, management); Treatment referral; Chronic pain questions. They may ask questions in order to assist with case management, coordination of care and follow up.(888) 688-4222Arizona
FoodOur Neighbor's PantryWorking for basic, quality food for everyone in Graham County. Offers Food pantry, Senior boxes, pick your own vegetables and pay fair price, and a garden education program.(337) 326-0709Graham
HomelessOzanam ManorWe provide a bridge to permanent housing for homeless men and women age 50 and above; along with physically or mentally disabled adults age 18 and above.(602) 850-6900Maricopa
Addiction PreventionPAACE Parker Area Alliance for Community Empowerment CoalitionPromoting a drug free and violence free community.(928) 669-0175La Paz
Mental HealthPacific Rim Hearing Voices NetworkA collaboration of people with lived experience, family members, mental health professionals and allies dedicated to creating greater understanding and stronger resources for people who experience voices, visions and other unusual or unshared realities.National
AdvocacyPAFCO Protecting Arizona's Family CoalitionPAFCO works toward rebalancing budget priorities, restoring essential health and human services funding, promoting sustainable policy solutions that end cycles of poverty, and advocating for equitable access to the ballot box.Arizona
AdvocacyPAIMI - Protection and Advocacy for Individuals with Mental Illness Advisory CouncilPursuant to federal statute, the Council “…will advise the system on policies and priorities to be carried out in protecting and advocating for the rights of mentally ill individuals…"(800) 927-2260Maricopa
AddictionPAL Parents of Addicted Love OnesParents with a child addicted to drugs and or alcohol can find hope in a support program called Parents of Addicted Loved-ones (PAL). (480) 300-4712Arizona
Family SupportParadise Valley Family Resource CenterProvides Family/Youth services for those within the PVUSD (Paradise Valley Unified School District) boundaries.(602) 449-2298Maricopa
Legal AssistanceParent Assistance HotlineThe Parent Assistance Hotline (PAH) was created to provide information for parents and guardians of children involved in a juvenile dependency (child welfare) matter. PAH staff address a variety of topics with callers including: the Arizona dependency court process; roles of various participants involved in juvenile dependency cases; community resources such as legal assistance and other supportive services.  (602) 452-3580Arizona
Family SupportParents AnonymousEnsure meaningful Parent and Youth Leadership with lived experiences in Shared Leadership® that results in better outcomes for families and communities by advocating, implementing and evaluating across systems through evidence-based Parents Anonymous® Groups, National Parent Helpline®, California Parent & Youth Helpline, Shared Leadership® in Action and National Certification of Parent Leaders and Staff.(909) 621-6184National
ChildrenParents as TeachersOffers free Parent Educator services for families with a child age birth to five. Services include home visits, resource and referral, group meetings (with free childcare), and child screenings.(602) 650-4839Arizona
Family SupportParents Helping ParentsProvides telephonic assistance and support for parents. (800) 632-8188National
Senior CitizenParker Senior CenterThe Parker Community Senior Center exists to coordinate existing senior nutrition activities and stimulate new programs of companionship and recreation for Older American’s in La Paz County and to encourage Older American’s to use their abilities and talents for full, rewarding, independent active lives. (928) 669-9514La Paz
Mental HealthPathways of ArizonaServing children, families, and adults across Arizona we are a community leader in behavioral health care, delivering high quality, accessible services through innovation and effective collaboration.(928) 466-6040Arizona
FoodPaulden Christian FellowshipProviding commodity boxes through St. Mary’s Food Bank Alliance.(928) 499-5240Yavapai
Senior CitizenPCOA Pima Council on AgingPCOA’s mission is to promote dignity and respect for aging, and to advocate for independence in the lives of Pima County’s older adults and their families.(520) 790-7262Pima
FoodPeach PantryTo provide food on weekends to school children in the Sierra Vista and surrounding area who are economically disadvantaged in order to enrich their learning environment.(520) 234-0952Cochise
Native AmericanPeach Springs Indian Health CenterThe practice is located at 943 Hualapai Way Peach Springs, AZ 86434-0190.(928) 769-2204Mohave
Peer TrainingPeer and Family Career AcademyThe Peer and Family Career Academy will inspire Recovery and Wellness through Professional Development and Continuing Education, in order to equip Emerging Leaders and strengthen the Peer and Family Support workforce.(855) 829-7322Arizona
RightsPeer-Run OrganizationsWhat is a Peer-Run organization, how to and your RIGHT to obtain Peer Support Services.Arizona
Prescription HelpPfizer Rx PathwaysConnects eligible patients to a range of assistance programs that offer insurance support, co-pay help, and medicines for free or at a savings. Income limits apply.(844) 989-7284National
LGBTQ+PFLAG Parents, Families, and Friends of Lesbians and GaysParents, Families, and Friends of Lesbians and Gays is a support, education, and advocacy organization.(928) 351-1076National
LGBTQ+PFLAG PhoenixProvides support, education, and advocacy for parents, families, and friends of lesbians and gays. Offers a monthly support group meeting.(602) 843-1404Maricopa
LGBTQ+PFLAG Sierra VistaThey are Southern Arizona’s local chapter of the nation’s largest organization uniting people who are LGBTQ with parents, families, friends, and allies. Cochise
Mental HealthPHC Pinal Hispanic CounselPinal Hispanic Council offers a full and integrated continuum of behavioral health care. This allows for placing individuals in the most appropriate level of treatment for their needs and allowing them to step down to other services depending on their specific situations.(520) 466-7765Pinal
DentalPhoenix College Dental ClinicOffers discounted dental cleanings. Closed during summer months.(602) 285-7777Maricopa
AddictionPhoenix Dream CenterOffers a free 15-month faith-based residential recovery program for men and women, shelter and other assistance to victims of human trafficking, hunger relief program to single mothers and families living below the poverty level, affordable living for working single men and women, and a neighborhood revitalization program.(602) 346-8700Maricopa
Native AmericanPhoenix Indian CenterWe know that looking for the right information in a timely fashion is a critical element that effects the outcome of any journey. At the Phoenix Indian Center, we’ve emerged ourselves in generating a list of the most useful online links that we hope helps your search experience and saves you time.(602) 264-6768Arizona
AddictionPhoenix Indian Medical CenterOffers outpatient substance abuse treatment and mental health counseling, as well as inpatient medical services for Native Americans belonging to a federally recognized tribe.(602) 263-1200Maricopa
EducationPhoenix Job CorpJob Corps is a no-cost education and career technical training program administered by the U.S. Department of Labor that helps young people ages 16 to 24 improve the quality of their lives through career technical and academic training.(800) 733-5627Arizona
LGBTQ+Phoenix PridePhoenix Pride unites and engages individuals and organizations to empower, educate and support the Arizona LGBTQ community and promotes a positive image in the Valley of the Sun and throughout Arizona through community activities and services.(602) 277-7433Maricopa
LGBTQ+Phoenix Pride LGBT CenterProvides a community center for LGBT individuals including a library and art gallery. The center runs multiple support and social networking groups. All services are free of charge, and no proof of citizenship is required.(602) 712-0111Maricopa
HomelessPhoenix Rescue MissionOffers three free meals a day for anyone, and shelter services for adult men. Offers daily showers for men, women, and children, spiritual support, e-mail, and voicemail services. A safe day labor pick up station. Also offers a substance abuse program for adult men.(602) 233-3000Maricopa
DentalPhoenix VA Health Care Dental ServicesOffers dental care on sliding scale (low cost) basis for patients who are 21years of age or older and cannot afford dental care.(602) 277-5551Maricopa
FoodPicnic in the Park- Riverfront ParkHot meal picnics on Fridays 5pm in Winter and 6pm Summer. Riverfront Park 1284 E River Front Rd, Cottonwood, AZ 86326.(928) 634-4673Yavapai
ChildrenPilot Parents of Southern ArizonaWe are committed to providing encouragement and support to families who have children with special needs. ADVOCACY TRAINING (AZ Partners in Leadership) – a leadership training program for parents of children with disabilities and for young adults with disabilities who want to further themselves as self-advocates. SIBLING SUPPORT – Sibshops – follows the national model of group experiences for the brothers and sisters of children with disabilities. All programs and services are offered free of charge without regard of the child’s disabilities, age, family income, qualifying conditions or other eligibility factors.(877) 365-7220Southern
FinancialPima Public FiduciaryThe Public Fiduciary assumes Guardian, Conservator, or Personal Representative for individuals who have been determined to be unable to handle their own personal business affairs, when there are no relatives or other qualified individuals willing or able to serve. They also handle the affairs the affairs of vulnerable adults and the estates of those who die and have no one to manage estates once their gone and indigent burials (burial of poor persons).(520) 724-8600Pima
AddictionPinal County Substance Abuse CoalitionThrough collaboration with key community stakeholders, the Council works to reduce substance abuse across Pinal County through policy development, prevention, and education.(520) 866-6271Pinal
FinancialPinal Public FiduciaryThe Public Fiduciary assumes Guardian, Conservator, or Personal Representative for individuals who have been determined to be unable to handle their own personal business affairs, when there are no relatives or other qualified individuals willing or able to serve. They also handle the affairs the affairs of vulnerable adults and the estates of those who die and have no one to manage estates once their gone and indigent burials (burial of poor persons).(520) 866-7252Pinal
Senior CitizenPinal-Gila Council for Senior CitizensPinal-Gila Council for Senior Citizens Area Agency For Pinal and Gila Counties, Region Five administers, coordinates and offers a variety of services for adults aged 60 and over, adults with disabilities and those who care for older adults. Offers information and referral help, community-based services, in-home and housing services, protecting older adult rights and advocacy.(800) 293-9393Central
MedicalPlanned ParenthoodAffordable care, birth control, STD testing and pro-choice advocacy; office in Flagstaff.(800) 230-7526Coconino
PregnancyPlanned Parenthood HotlineProvides information and referral to local Planned Parenthood resources. (800) 230-7526Arizona
FoodPOWWOW Produce On Wheels With Out WasteProduce on Wheels With-Out Waste Sites Serve Cities Across Arizona. During the 2018-2019 produce season they were able to rescue 32 million pounds of fresh produce, of that over 5 million pounds (40 varieties) were distributed through their P.O.W.W.O.W. program. This makes a grand total of 76,853 fresh nutritious produce boxes distributed to families across Arizona.Arizona
FoodPraise Chapel Food for FamiliesFood For Families food bank serves the entire Colorado River Valley. If you or a friend are in need of food assistance, come on down.(928) 758-8986Mohave
Medical InsurancePre-existing Condition Insurance PlanProvides a health coverage option if you have been without health coverage for at least six months, you have a pre-existing condition or have been denied health coverage because of your health condition, and are a U.S. citizen or reside here legally. Covers a broad range of health benefits, including primary and specialty care, hospital care, and prescription drugs.National
PregnancyPregnancy Care CenterLake Havasu City Pregnancy Care is a non-profit Christian ministry that offers emotional, physical and spiritual support to those who find themselves in the midst of an unexpected pregnancy. Our mission is to offer teens and women, who are single or married, hope, help and information before and after pregnancy. Services are provided at no cost.(928) 855-2273Mohave
Developmentally DisabledPremier AlliancesIn service of our mission to improve the lives of people with disabilities, Premier Alliances has engaged in a number of services available to the public that result in employment opportunities for individuals with additional needs.(520) 335-0373Cochise
HomelessPrescott Area Women's ShelterTo serve women, children, and veterans by providing temporary housing, resources, individualized case management, and a pathway to permanent housing.(928) 778-5933Yavapai
FoodPrescott Community CupboardProvides monthly food boxes and emergency food by appointment.(928) 778-2122Yavapai
FoodPrescott Meals on WheelsHome delivery and on-site dining -nutritional meals to elderly and/or disabled on a daily basis.(928) 445-7630Yavapai
MedicalPrescott Men's Health CenterA variety of medical services for the non-insured based on sliding scale.(928) 541-7520Yavapai
FoodPrescott Seventh Day Adventist Church Food PantryThe Food Bank is open to anyone who comes in. There is no requirement except that you sign your name at the entrance.(928) 778-0289Yavapai
FoodPrescott Valley Food BankWalk-ins served. No referral required. Photo ID and proof of address. Must meet federal poverty guidelines.(928) 772-4490Yavapai
HomelessProject AwareA men's shelter; no women or children.(928) 778-7744Yavapai
Psychiatric HospitalPronghorn Psychiatric Hospital Prescott ValleyStoneridge is a provider of court ordered evaluation, psychiatric hospitalization, and drug and alcohol detoxification services.(928) 583-7799Yavapai
Support Group Bipolar An American Addiction Resource, is a psychiatric guide, whose goal is to shed light on psychological disorders, allowing you to recognize, understand and cope with these challenging diagnoses in yourself, friends and family members. Their guides provide insight into depression, bipolar disorders, dementia and other psychological issues from multiple perspectives. National
VeteransPTSD Foundation of America - ArizonaProvides hope and healing for the unseen wounds of war. (832) 912-4429Maricopa
LGBTQ+Q-LineCrisis hotline for queer and questioning youth. Provides crisis counseling and referrals for local resources if requested or needed. Local phone number (480) 736-4925.(800) 527-4747National
AddictionQSAP Quartzsite Substance Abuse Prevention Coalition Please call for substance abuse prevention group time and place.(928) 927-4333La Paz
ParentingQuality FirstChildcare Referral and Childcare resources.(877) 803-7234Gila
EducationQueen Creek USD Family Resource CenterOffers free Adult Education and ESOL. Also offers referrals to other community resources. Call for registration details.(480) 987-5988Maricopa
Developmentally DisabledRainbow AcresResidential community serving adults with developmental disabilities.(928) 567-5231National
HousingRainbow HousingOffers affordable multifamily housing for low-income families throughout the United States. They properties in Arizona. They also work closely with residents to provide programs and support services that will increase opportunities for economic and social advancement.(888) 299-8915Arizona
Tribal ServicesRainbow Treatment CenterWhite Mountain Apache Tribe’s Rainbow Treatment Center provides a full range of professional services to Tribal Members and other Native American People who are suffering from Substance Abuse.(928) 338-4858Navajo
Victim AssistanceRAINN Rape, Abuse, and Incest National NetworkProvides information, referrals, and telephonic or online support for victims of rape or abuse.(800) 656-4673National
Developmentally DisabledRaising Special KidsOffers free information, training, resources, and support to families of children (up to age 22) with disabilities and special health care needs. Services include free training workshops, parent-to-parent matching services, and resource/referral information.(602) 242-4366Arizona
TeenRebel and DivineRebel & Divine is a church specifically designed for at-risk youth and young adults.(480) 570-5500Maricopa
Criminal JusticeReborn AssistanceReborn Assistance is there to provide assistance to clients with a safe, structured, supervised environment, as well as employment counseling, job placement, financial management assistance, and other programs and services. They help clients gradually rebuild their ties to the community and facilitate supervising ex felons’ activities during this readjustment phase. (602) 433-2382Arizona
Peer TrainingRecovery Empowerment NetworkOffers free education and training programs for learning more about mental illness and becoming a Peer Support Specialist, as well as free peer advocacy services.(602) 248-0368Maricopa
RefugeeRefugee HealthOffers refugees health screenings and testing for communicable illness and conditions, including tuberculosis and HIV. Copies of medical records may also be requested.(602) 506-6650Maricopa
RefugeeRefugee Women’s Health ClinicsThe Refugee Women’s Health Clinic centers provide access to comprehensive, culturally sensitive care for refugee women in and around Phoenix and are sensitive to the physical, psychological, and social health needs of refugees, providing integrated care to help them overcome their previous, sometimes traumatic, experiences.(623) 344-6900Maricopa
AddictionRehab CenterA drug or alcohol problem is not a death sentence—you can get your life back and be the person you were meant to be. The benefits of recovery include a renewed outlook, a wiser disposition, and a more energetic and ambitious is the Web’s most comprehensive guide to quality rehab centers and addiction treatment. We offer free and confidential information about the many effective and empowering rehab options available today.(800) 406-7633Arizona
AddictionRenaissance House Women's Transition ProjectDual Diagnosis Drug & Alcohol Addiction Treatment located in Bisbee, AZ.(520) 432-8068Cochise
Rent AssistanceRent AssistanceRentAssistance provides a directory of rental assistance agencies and organizations that will help you pay your rent. Some listings are government organizations other are non-profits and charities that offer rental assistance programs. (641) 715-3900 Extension: 190247 (641) 715-3900National
Rent AssistanceRent Assistance in ArizonaProvide a directory of agencies that provide rental assistance to residents. We do not directly provide aid ourselves, but provide local resources for you to find. (641) 715-3900Arizona
Legal AssistanceRescued Not ArrestedRescued Not Arrested Inc. is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that uses unique outreach methods to reduce both recidivism and incarceration. Among other services, Rescued Not Arrested Inc. provides support groups, housing partners to assist in transition, assistance with employment upon release, and free English and Spanish NIV Bibles.(602) 647-8325Arizona
AddictionResilient HealthFull range of classes for children, adults and families that identify and treat trauma to help you build lifelong resilience. Resiliency Experience creates a safe place for you to learn the tools to get through the challenges in your life. (480) 349-8556Maricopa
ChildrenResource Guide for Students with DisabilitiesThis guide helps prospective students and their families self-advocate and be aware of the resources and provisions in place at colleges and universities to help them succeed. It also brings awareness to rights and responsibilities of students with disabilities, helps them learn how to take advantage of myriad services, and offers expert advice.National
CrisisRIAZ Recovery Innovations Urgent CareOffers inpatient stabilization and crisis services.(602) 650-1212Maricopa
EducationRio Salado College Adult EducationOffers free self-paced GED preparation and ESOL classes. Must provide proof of legal residency. Call for registration information.(480) 517-8110Maricopa
DentalRio Salado Dental ClinicDental cleanings, including radiographs. Provided by student hygienists under the supervision of licensed hygienists and dentists. Call for current prices, hours and more information.(480) 517-8000Maricopa
Food/ClothingRio Vista CenterSupporting local communities with food, clothing and other resources while providing hope and care to everyone we serve.(480) 258-4155Maricopa
FoodRising Hope Food PantryFood pantry and assistance with grocery pick up or errands needed for homebound individuals.(928) 634-4321Yavapai
Peer SupportRising Star Wellness Center NAZCAREProvides peer support, life skills, and supported employment services to those with Serious Mental Illness (SMI), general mental health concerns, substance use disorders, and co-occurring issues.(480) 982-1514Central
RefugeeRISP-Net Refugee and Immigrant Service Provider NetworkRefugee and Immigrant Service Provider Network (RISP-Net) is a collation of refugee service providers in Arizona guiding refugees towards self-sufficiency. The purpose of this website is to provide the community with information, resources and opportunities to benefit refugees, case managers, volunteers and more. Arizona
FinancialRiver Cities United WayLocal United Way fights for education, health and financial stability.(928) 855-6333Mohave
Rent/Utility AssistanceRiver Fund IncRiver Fund, Inc. is a local non-profit agency providing direct emergency and crisis services for individuals and families in Bullhead City, Ft. Mohave, Golden Shores, Golden Valley, Laughlin, Mohave Valley, Needles and Topock. Provides emergency energy assistance, rent money, food, temporary shelter, medical and pharmaceutical needs, vehicle repairs and similar issues Major issues such as homelessness, domestic violence, cancer, memory loss and veterans assistance are now growing concerns and are top priorities at River Fund. (702) 298-0611Western
CounselingRon Gluff, LPC Mental Health Substance Abuse TherapyWorks with a wide range of emotional and behavioral issues with ages eight years and above. Offers services that span from depression and grief counseling to parenting support, couples counseling and beyond. In a comfortable and supportive atmosphere. Certified EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) therapist. (602) 317-9391Maricopa
FoodRound Valley Cares in SpringervilleRound Valley Cares, Inc. is dedicated to help the citizens of Round Valley and Apache County by providing nutritional and financial assistance.(928) 551-2507Apache
Prescription HelpRx OutreachA fully-licensed nonprofit mail order pharmacy which believes that everyone deserves access to affordable medications. Rx Outreach is available to qualifying individuals and families. Patients can be on Medicare, Medicaid or other health insurance and still receive medications from Rx Outreach.(888) 796-1234National
Prescription HelpRxAssistOnline database to find Prescription Assistance Programs for your medications.(888) 332-8453National
Mental HealthS.T.A.R. Stand Together and Recover CentersS.T.A.R. helps individuals live the life they love and encourages them to reach their full potential by providing skills to gain employment, enhance social connections, and improve overall wellness.(602) 231-0071Maricopa
HIV/AIDS/STDSAAF Southern Arizona AIDS FoundationThe mission of the Southern Arizona AIDS Foundation is to cultivate a healthy and stigma-free society through transformative action.(520) 628-7223Southern
TransportationSafe Ride and DeliveryShuttle service call or book online.(928) 368-3573Navajo
Internet/PhoneSafeLink WirelessProvides a free wireless phone with free minutes to individuals in Arizona already receiving state assistance or with income less than 150% Federal Poverty Level.(800) 723-3546National
Mental HealthSage Behavioral Health ClinicIndividual, family, & group counseling, psychiatric evaluation & treatment.(928) 755-4500Navajo
Utility AssistanceSalt River Project SRP AssistanceSRP offers customers in need a variety of assistance options as well as programs to help reduce costs and cut energy usage at home.(602) 236-8888Arizona
Rent/Utility AssistanceSalvation ArmyProvides assistance with food, rent payments, utility payments, transportation costs, prescription costs, hygiene supplies, counseling, clothing, and other emergency assistance for individuals and families in need. Programs located throughout the valley. (602) 267-4122Maricopa
FoodSalvation ArmyEmergency food boxes and breakfast provided Monday through Friday. Sack lunches for the weekend.(928) 778-0150Yavapai
AddictionSalvation Army ARC Drug RehabAdult Rehabilitation Programs are probably the most widely known of all The Salvation Army services. They provide long term, social model, and residential recovery programs for individuals seeking to deal with substance abuse and other addictions. (928) 368-9953Arizona
AddictionSAMHSA Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services AdministrationThe Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) is the agency within the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services that leads public health efforts to advance the behavioral health of the nation. SAMHSA's mission is to reduce the impact of substance abuse and mental illness on America's communities.(877) 726-4727National
Tribal ServicesSan Carlos Apache Tribe - Wellness CenterResource Referral Center: Behavioral health centers are responsible for assuring the delivery of community based mental health, mental retardation, substance abuse and/or behavioral health services to individuals with those disabilities.(928) 475-4875Gila
Suicide PreventionSan Carlos Suicide Prevention Task ForceSuicide prevention task force.(928) 475-1510Gila
Senior CitizenSan Luis Senior ServicesAssistance to seniors with documentation, translations, and filling all sorts of applications, Services Maximizing Independent Living & Empowerment (SMILE), assists with Social Security issues, blood pressure check-ups provided by the Fire Department, Food bank distribution, Medicare applications and prescription assistance and transportation around the city.(928) 341-8582Yuma
AddictionSan Tan Valley Substance Abuse CoalitionTo provide recovery, education, and prevention resources to those affected by substance abuse and, or mental health disorders. (480) 525-3562Central
Psychiatric HospitalSANA Behavioral HospitalOur patients receive personalized care through an integrated team of caregivers led by a board-certified psychiatrist and board-certified internal or family medicine physician. Together, we focus on the physical and psychiatric care of patients age 50 and older.(928) 227-3424Yavapai
Addiction PreventionSanta Cruz County Drug Free Community CoalitionThe Santa Cruz County Drug Free Community Coalition is an organization whose goal is to prevent substance abuse and underage drinking. (520) 281-0579Santa Cruz
FinancialSanta Cruz Public FiduciaryThe Public Fiduciary assumes Guardian, Conservator, or Personal Representative for individuals who have been determined to be unable to handle their own personal business affairs, when there are no relatives or other qualified individuals willing or able to serve. They also handle the affairs the affairs of vulnerable adults and the estates of those who die and have no one to manage estates once their gone and indigent burials (burial of poor persons).(520) 375-7892Santa Cruz
Developmentally DisabledSanta Cruz Training ProgramsSanta Cruz Training Programs, Inc. provides educational programs for children and adults with disabilities. We encourage them to join in and contribute to their community. Key efforts of our agency are providing training for members and guidance to families. As a result, we are teaching them how to use community services and providing relief and support in their homes.(520) 287-2043Santa Cruz
AddictionSAPE Substance Abuse Prevention and Education CoalitionSAPE is comprised of a diverse group of Ajo leaders working toward the common goal of a safe, healthy and drug-free community.(520) 387-8955Pima
Domestic ViolenceSarah’s House Child and Family Advocacy CenterSarah's House Foundation, Inc. was founded in Mohave County to offer support to victims of Child Abuse and Domestic Violence with several agencies joining together to form the first victim alliance center. This Crisis Center, presently housed at is a 'one stop' facility, where victims could get a number of different services at one central location.(928) 753-6222Mohave
Mental HealthSARDAA Schizophrenia And Related Disorders Alliance of AmericaSchizophrenia and Related Disorders Alliance of America improve lives affected by schizophrenia-related brain illnesses (mental illnesses involving psychosis). SARDAA promotes hope and recovery through support programs, education, collaboration, and advocacy. (800) 493-2094National
HousingSave my Home AZOffers two foreclosure prevention programs - Unemployed Payment Assistance Program and Principal Reduction Program - to assist unemployed and underemployed Arizona homeowners. Must meet certain requirements.(877) 448-1211Arizona
FinancialSave Our Home AZThe Save Our Home AZ (“SOHAZ”) Program offers Principal Reduction Assistance, Monthly Mortgage Subsidy Assistance for under and unemployed Arizonans and Second Lien Elimination Assistance to qualified Arizona homeowners. The program’s goal is to aid Arizona’s homeowners in avoiding foreclosure by assisting with mortgage affordability.(602) 771-1000Arizona
Suicide PreventionSAVE Suicide Awareness Voice of EducationSAVE focuses its efforts and resources on six main program areas: Public Awareness, Education, Training and Consulting, Grief Support, Products & Resources, and Research and Innovation.(800) 273-8255National
HomelessSave the FamilyProvides transitional housing for homeless families with supportive services. Support services include rental subsidy, case management, life skills, outreach services, and more.(480) 898-0228Maricopa
Covid-19SciTech InstituteConnecting STEM in Arizona. SciTech Institute is a nonprofit organization that encompasses some of the strongest STEM initiatives in Arizona, including the Arizona SciTech Festival, the Chief Science Officers Program, the RAIN Grant, the AZ STEM School Community of Practice, and Science for All.(602) 677-3770National
FinancialScottsdale Community PartnersProvides emergency assistance to Scottsdale youth, families, and seniors who find themselves in crisis situations. Provides food, transportation vouchers, prescription co-pay assistance, and rent and utility assistance.(480) 312-0064Maricopa
Mental HealthSEABHS Southeastern Arizona Behavioral Health ServicesSEABHS offers the following services: Assessments, Individual Therapy, Family Therapy, Group Therapy, Living Skills, Health and Wellness Skills, Medical Services, Peer and Family Support Services, Employment Services and DUI services.(520) 586-0800Southeast
Rent/Utility AssistanceSEACAP Southeastern Arizona Community Action ProgramSome of the services they may provide are: Emergency Assistance; Utility Assistance; Utility & Telephone Discount Programs; Rental/Mortgage Assistance; Housing Repair, Rehabilitation & Weatherization; Food Boxes & Other Food & Nutrition Programs; Case Management; Advocacy and Referral; Head Start; Self-Help Housing; Homeless Services.(520) 432-5401Southeast
FinancialSEACAP Southeastern Arizona Community Action Program
Primary function is to provide supportive services and information to participants that will enable them to gain the solid foundation needed to achieve and maintain self-sufficiency. Community services, case management, weatherization, and more.(928) 428-4653Graham
Senior CitizenSEAGO Greenlee CountyA variety of services are provided to elderly and disabled individuals through this program. A Case Manager works with individuals, their families, and support systems to help find resources for elderly and disabled people.(928) 865-2072Greenlee
EducationSEAHEC Southeast Arizona Area Health Education CenterSEAHEC helps to strengthen the wellness of rural and medically underserved communities by developing health care providers and health care programs.(520) 287-4722Santa Cruz
ClothingSecond Chance ClothingClothing and donation center.(928) 473-4123Gila
Senior CitizenSedona Community CenterThe delivery of a nutritious meal, friendly visit and wellness check help people cope with three of the biggest threats of aging: hunger, isolation and loss of independence.  (928) 282-2834Yavapai
FoodSedona Community Food BankThe Sedona Community Food Bank is a non-profit, community-supported organization, which provides food and assistance to people in need.(928) 204-2808Yavapai
FoodSedona Community SupperThe free Monday evening Sedona Community Suppers at St. Andrew’s provide a much-needed hot meal for some, a place to meet friends weekly for others.(928) 282-4457Yavapai
Senior CitizenSenior Citizens of PatagoniaProvides services for seniors and disabled individuals in rural Santa Cruz County, Arizona including transportation and senior lunch programs. (520) 394-2494Santa Cruz
Senior CitizenSenior Connections Gila and Pinal County Resource GuideCommunity Resource Guide for older adults, caregivers and their families in Pinal and Gila Counties.(800) 293-9393Central
AddictionSENSE Substance Exposed Newborns Safe Environment ProgramSense is a program for substance abused newborns to provide a safe environment by providing counseling, education, coordination of services, medical, and much, much more. This is a program of Arizona Families First.(602) 633-8180Arizona
AddictionSerenity Circle Wellness Center NAZCARESerenity House is a community-based transitional model house. Residents learn valuable life skills from personal and financial to social skills using a best practice life skills curriculum developed by NAZCARE.(928) 634-1168Yavapai
Mental HealthSerenity Mental Health CentersSerenity Mental Health Centers was founded to address the need for high quality, affordable mental health care in Arizona, Utah, and Colorado. Our goal is to provide highly effective treatments for depression and other mental health conditions. Leveraging cutting-edge technology and the newest break-through treatments in psychiatry, our mission is to help people take back their lives and achieve long-term results.(480) 626-2024Arizona
RightsServices For AHCCCS Members Without A Serious Mental Illness
An explanation of your rights to mental health services if you do not have AHCCCS (Medicaid) Insurance.Arizona
Domestic ViolenceSexual Assault HotlineA hotline for victims of sexual assault that provides a safe conversation and counseling.(800) 656-4673National
ChildrenSFSP National Hunger Hotline and Summer Food Service ProgramThe Summer Food Service Program (SFSP) was established to ensure that low-income children continue to receive nutritious meals when school is not in session. Free meals, that meet Federal nutrition guidelines, are provided to all children 18 years old and under at approved SFSP sites in areas with significant concentrations of low-income children.(866) 348-6479National
RightsSharing Health Information With Family And Friends Of Adult MembersAn explanation of you can share your health information with family and friends and the HIPPA law.Arizona
HousingSharon ManorA 24-unit affordable housing community in Flagstaff.(928) 856-2348Coconino
Covid-19Shelter ServicesArticle about Hotel Rooms For Homeless Recovering From COVID-19. Coconino
Domestic ViolenceShelter Without WallsShelter for victims escaping domestic violence.(602) 452-4640Arizona
FoodShepherds Kitchen and Food BankProvides a high-quality food and nutritional products to the hungry of the White Mountains. (928) 536-3086Navajo
Legal AssistanceShriver Center for Poverty LawInformation about legal issues facing low income clients. They lead the fight for economic and racial justice by litigating, shaping policy, and training and connecting people in the advocacy community.(312) 263-3830National
Family SupportSierra Vista Dream CenterSierra Vista Dream Center is a non-profit, 501c3 organization that specializes in reaching, repairing, and strengthening families that has been affected by negative social ills; and is in some state of disarray needing to overcome challenges that threatening irreparable harm to the institution.(520) 266-2934Cochise
Shoplifting RecoverySmart RecoveryOffers free, self-empowering, science-based mutual help groups for abstaining from any substance or activity addiction. Seven weekly meetings in the Phoenix area; see website for details.(440) 951-5357Arizona
DentalSmiles for LifetimeOffers dental care on sliding scale (low-cost) basis for patients who are 21 years of age or older and cannot afford dental care.(719) 535-2777National
Social SecuritySocial Security and Disability Resource CenterProvides information on the federal disability benefit programs, SSD (social security disability, mandated under title II of the social security act) and SSI (supplemental security income, mandated under title 16), in addition to answering questions about social security retirement benefits and providing resource links on topics such as Medicare.Arizona
HousingSocialServSocialserve is a nonprofit, bilingual call center that connects people to low-cost housing and provides supportive, second chance employment. They provide professional housing location and listing services across the United States through their partnership with Emphasis Software.(877) 428-8844National
Domestic ViolenceSojourner CenterOffers a 24-hour crisis line to provide information about shelters and safety planning. Offers emergency food, housing, clothing, and other support services for families affected by domestic violence. Offers transitional housing for families leaving shelters. Also provides advocacy services, lay legal advocacy, and family enrichment programs.(602) 244-0089Maricopa
VeteransSoldier's Best FriendOnce a veteran or active military member is accepted into our training program, they will be paired with a dog adopted by our nonprofit from a local shelter or with a dog already owned by the veteran. They will live and train together from that point forward.(623) 218-6486Arizona
FoodSolid Rock Baptist Church Reach Out ProgramSolid Rock Christian Fellowship of Prescott believes in serving those who might find themselves in need. “5 & 2 Soup Kitchen” serves meals on Monday nights.(928) 771-7592Yavapai
Senior CitizenSomerton Senior Nutrition CenterThe center consists of physical activities, local field trips, arts and craft, singing and dancing, playing games, breakfast and lunch served daily.(928) 627-9878Yuma
Mental HealthSonora Behavioral HealthProvides Behavioral Health services to Children (5-11), adolescents (12-17), and adults in crisis situations can benefit from our broad scope of programs. Their services include inpatient hospitalization for crisis stabilization, partial hospitalization and intensive outpatient programs.(877) 404-4273Southern
AddictionSonoran Prevention WorksSonoran Prevention Works is a comprehensive harm reduction organization that combines direct service, legislative advocacy, and capacity building to create stronger, healthier communities for people made vulnerable by substance use.(480) 442-7086Arizona
Family SupportSontarah LifeOffers family support and services for families qualifying as low-income, those who don't qualify for government assistance, homeless, or divorced or blended families.(602) 997-2371Maricopa
Senior CitizenSouthEastern Arizona Governments OrganizationThe SouthEastern Arizona Governments Organization (SEAGO) is a regional planning agency which performs and coordinates a variety of functions. (520) 432-2528Southeastern
Legal AssistanceSouthern Arizona Legal AidOur Mission is to provide quality legal services to people who would not otherwise have equal access to justice, in ways which affirm their individual and collective dignity, integrity, and power.(520) 623-9461Southern
Mental HealthSouthwest Behavioral and Health ServicesServices include outpatient mental health treatment, psychiatric services, medication monitoring, assistance for persons with addictions; intensive inpatient care for persons in crisis, residential housing, in-home and supported housing services; prevention services, community outreach and school-based counseling. Also, services throughout the lifespan for members with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD); and four opioid replacement clinics throughout the state. (928) 763-7776Mohave
Mental HealthSouthwest Behavioral Health Crisis RecoveryOpiate treatment program, counseling, case management, psychiatric evaluations, medication monitoring, methadone and suboxone treatment, and health and wellness.(602) 258-3600Maricopa
Mental HealthSouthwest Behavioral ServicesWe inspire people to feel better and reach their potential.  Through helping people discover their strengths, we improve our communities.(602) 265-8338Arizona
HIV/AIDS/STDSouthwest Center for HIV/AIDSOffers wellness, behavioral health, education, and clinical trials designed to help people live long and well with HIV. They also offer free, rapid HIV antibody counseling and testing every weekday.(602) 307-5330Maricopa
ChildrenSouthwest Human DevelopmentOffers counseling and therapy to children (ages 3 and under) and their families on a sliding scale fee schedule or insurance reimbursement. Services include play therapy, child and family counseling, assessments, and evaluations.(602) 200-0434Maricopa
MedicalSouthwest Institute of Healing ArtsOffers low-cost or free alternative medicine therapies, including Asian Therapy, Hypnotherapy, Reflexology, Reiki, Yoga, Massage Therapy, and Polarity/Cranial.(888) 504-9106Maricopa
RefugeeSouthwest Refugee ServicesServices include pre-arrival housing, case management, navigating transportation and basic public services, employment support, education services, women’s empowerment, and immigration services.(480) 396-3795Maricopa
Stalking PreventionSPARC Stalking Prevention Awareness and Resource CenterThe Stalking Prevention, Awareness, & Resource Center (SPARC) is a federally funded project providing education and resources about the crime of stalking. SPARC aims to enhance the response to stalking by educating the professionals tasked with keeping stalking victims safe and holding offenders accountable. SPARC ensures that allied professionals have the specialized knowledge to identify and respond to the crime of stalking.National
Mental HealthSpectrum HealthcareOffers integrated system of healthcare delivery.(928) 634-2236Yavapai
TeenSpringboard Home for Youth in CrisisTeen Challenge’s Springboard Home for Youth in Crisis is a 3-5-month residential shelter and intervention program for girls ages 12-17. Faith-based, qualifying care organization that helps young women recover from life-controlling substance abuse, defiant behavior, abuse, neglect, self-harm and other tragedies.(520) 887-8773Arizona
TeenSRVAIS Salt River Valley Al-Anon Information ServiceOffers 12 step Alateen support meetings at confidential locations. Alateen is a fellowship of young Al-Anon members, usually teenagers, whose lives have been affected by someone else’s drinking. (602) 249-1257Arizona
FoodSt Anne's Mission in GanadoNutrition Assistance Programs, emergency food boxes, assistance to the needy, aid to families, volunteer projects, and firewood for the elderly.(928) 652-3264Apache
FoodSt Johns Concho Senior Citizen AssociationLunches served Monday - Thursday. Home Delivered Meals available to those who qualify. Distribute food boxes once a month.(928) 337-2144Apache
HomelessSt Joseph the WorkerOffers support to homeless, low-income, or other disadvantaged individuals in their efforts to become self-sufficient through permanent, full-time employment. Facility offers computer access, work clothing, resume assistance, bus tickets for interviews and work, and various job and life skills related courses. Also offers some professional clothing and housing/utility assistance.(602) 584-5511Maricopa
EmploymentSt Joseph The WorkerThe mission of St. Joseph the Worker is to assist homeless, low-income and other disadvantaged individuals in their efforts to become self-sufficient through quality employment.(602) 584-5511Maricopa
Eating DisorderSt Joseph's Hospital and Medical CenterThe Adolescent Medicine clinic provides an outpatient, multidisciplinary eating disorder program for both males and females, specializing in the treatment of anorexia nervosa and bulimia nervosa.(602) 406-7564Arizona
ChildrenSt Luke's Behavioral Health CenterIf your child or teen is depressed, has suicidal intentions, anxiety, hallucinations, paranoia, mood swings or destructive anger, they may need additional support and treatment to help them get through this difficult time. In addition, the Adolescent Chemical Dependency program provides inpatient medical detoxification and outpatient treatment for dependency on alcohol, stimulants, opiates, prescription drugs, or illicit drugs to those ages 13 through 17.(602) 251-8535Maricopa
FoodSt Mary's Food Bank AllianceProvides food to those who need it through the Arizona food banks. Also offers additional assistance on budgeting and other financial resources available in the community. Verification of citizenship not required.(602) 242-3663Arizona
FoodSt Patrick Food BankWe distribute non-perishable food items, such as Mac and Cheese, Ramen, cereal, rice, dried beans and pasta, as well as canned goods such as pasta sauce, fruit, beans, soup, canned tuna and meat and vegetables.  Requests for other services can be made during Food Bank hours. (520) 432-0732Cochise
FoodSt Vincent de PaulFood and additional assistance.(928) 639-3000Yavapai
FoodSt Vincent De Paul Food DistributionThe Food Reclamation Facility is equal parts community compassion and process engineering. Over 6 million pounds arrive at our warehouse every year, donated by community food drives and generous grocers, and all items are cleaned, sorted, and measured against the strictest of quality control standards. Then it’s sent off to one of 5 dining rooms, or packed and shipped out to our food pantries. Over 400,000 food boxes are delivered through home visits and other charitable organizations.(928) 680-2874Mohave
MedicalSt Vincent de Paul Health CenterOffers free medical clinic based on need and availability. Has a medical equipment loan program for low income individuals. Also offers a lottery for free dental care. Must call and leave a message. Also has a limited fund for free eye surgery for those who qualify.(602) 261-6868Arizona
RightsStandards Appointment Availability For All AHCCCS Members
Your rights to and timeframe for all appointments for AHCCCS members.Arizona
TeenStanding Strong ClubsThe goal for Standing Strong is to be the support network, the inspiration, and the connection children and families need to thrive in this challenging world we live in. International
HIV/AIDS/STDSTD Testing and TreatmentOffers STD testing, information, and resources. No appointment necessary. Please register before 3:00 p.m.(602) 506-1678Maricopa
AddictionStep On Inc. Recovery HousingMission is to introduce a twelve-step based program to a newly sober individual in a clean, safe environment. One offers a ninety-day treatment program that requires clients to agree to get a twelve -step sponsor and attend one Twelve Step meeting daily. Step One has AA, CA, CMA, NA meetings at our main property. (602) 749-5434Arizona
Utility AssistanceStep Up Bisbee/NacoThis 100% volunteer non-profit helps supply hot water, electricity, and indoor plumbing, and also provides major cleanup, painting, and repair work to several houses each year.Cochise
Domestic ViolenceStepping Stones AgenciesStepping Stones Agencies provides advocacy services, including safe shelter, to adults and children affected by domestic violence, sexual assault, and other forms of victimization in West Yavapai County, Arizona.(928) 445-4673Yavapai
Peer SupportStonewall InstituteProvides safe and confidential services for adults with psychiatric and addictions issues. Also, to transform the lives of people with substance use issues by offering hope for recovery and exceptional clinical care.(602) 535-6468Arizona
ChildrenStrong Families ArizonaStrong Families Arizona is a network of home visiting programs covering Cochise County, which help families raise healthy children ready to succeed in school and in life. Our programs focus on expectant parents and families with children.Cochise
Covid-19Stronger As One - Coconino CountyCOVID-19 Response: Mental Health and Wellbeing Resources.Coconino
Tribal ServicesStrongHearts Native HelplineThis is a safe, anonymous and confidential domestic violence and dating violence helpline for Native Americans and Alaska Natives, offering culturally appropriate support and advocacy.(844) 762-8483National
VeteransStudent Veterans of AmericaSupport and resources for veterans attending college, 26 in Arizona.(202) 223-4710National
Internet/PhoneSuddenlinkOffers free internet offer for 2 months for households with K-12 or college student.(800) 251-7313Arizona
Tribal ServicesSuicide and Crisis HotlineCrisis Line for the Gila River and Ak-Chin Indian Communities.(800) 259-3449Central
Tribal ServicesSuicide and Crisis HotlineSalt River Pima Maricopa Indian Community.(855) 331-6432Maricopa
CrisisSuicide and Crisis HotlineCrisis line for Cochise, Graham, Greenlee, Pima, Pinal and Santa Cruz Counties in Arizona(866) 495-6735South
CrisisSuicide and Crisis HotlineCrisis line for La Paz County and Yuma County Arizona.(866) 495-6735Western
Covid-19Suicide Prevention Resource CenterThe Suicide Prevention Resource Center (SPRC) is the only federally supported resource center devoted to advancing the implementation of the National Strategy for Suicide Prevention. SPRC is funded by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services' Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services (SAMHSA).National
Senior CitizenSummit Health Care Behavioral Health UnitSummit Healthcare’s staff recognizing the specialized needs of older adults who's behavioral and/or emotional issues are often complicated by co-existing medical, social, and economic factors.(928) 537-6890Northeast
AddictionSummit Health Care Substance and Abuse BookletAlcohol, Amphetamines, Benzodiazepines, Cocaine & Opioids. Tools and resources to meet you where you are and support safe treatment and recovery.(928) 537-4375Northeast
MedicalSun Life Family Health CenterTeam of providers work to meet each patient’s physical and mental health care needs, including prevention and wellness, acute care and chronic care.(520) 381-0394Pinal
AddictionSunlight of the SpiritTwelve step based transitional living program for women. Program is designed to help women in the beginning stages of recovery transition from a life of substance abuse to one of fulfillment and purpose. (602) 864-5032Maricopa
HomelessSunshine Rescue MissionProvides food and shelter for men, women and children. Currently housing 150 to 200 people per night. Goal is to rescue, restore and re-engage homeless people back into the community.(928) 774-3512Coconino
Suicide PreventionSurvivors of Suicide Support GroupsValley-wide support groups for those whose common bond is the loss of a loved one to suicide. These groups allow members to have the emotional support of others who have shared the trauma of this event and to focus on emotional healing and survival.(480) 784-1514Maricopa
Senior CitizenSusan J. Rheem Adult Day CenterAdult care services, caregiver support with locations in Cottonwood and Prescott Valley.(928) 775-3563Yavapai
HousingSWFHC Southwest Fair Housing CouncilSWFHC is dedicated to eliminating housing discrimination and assisting victims of housing discrimination in exercising their rights. The Fair Housing Act protects people from adverse treatment in any housing transaction based upon seven protected classes: race, color, national origin, religion, sex, disability, and familial status. Depending on where you reside in Arizona, you may also be protected on the basis of sexual orientation, gender identity, ancestry, age, and marital status.(888) 624-4611Arizona
Mental HealthTASC IncTASC is licensed by the Arizona Department of Health Services to provide outpatient behavioral health treatment and counseling including: substance abuse treatment and education, domestic violence treatment, anger management, DUI screening and clinical laboratory services.(602) 254-7328Arizona
Mental HealthTASC IncTASC is licensed by the Arizona Department of Health Services to provide outpatient behavioral health treatment and counseling including: substance abuse treatment and education, domestic violence treatment, anger management, DUI screening and clinical laboratory services.(928) 453-8003Mohave
AddictionTeen ChallengeAdult & Teen Challenge is a worldwide network of Christian faith-based corporations intended to help teenagers, adults, and families with problems such as substance abuse or self-destructive behavior.(855) 363-2334National
TeenTeen Cope Depression Prevention GroupTeen Cope is also an educational group -- it teaches skills to cope with stress and negative feelings rather than having a “talk therapy” format. The group is based on a Cognitive Behavioral Therapy model and is adapted from a program evaluated by research to have positive effects in preventing long-term depression in teenagers.(480) 965-7296Maricopa
TeenTeen Crisis LineA national hot and text line for teens that need support and someone to talk with.(800) 852-8336National
TeenTeen Life Line and National Runaway HelplineSafe, confidential helplines for Arizona teens in crisis… tools to take charge of your wellness.(602) 248-8336National
LGBTQ+Teen Lifeline 24-Hour HotlineYou’re not alone. We’re here to listen and help: 602-248-8336 (TEEN) or Statewide in Arizona 800-248-8336 (TEEN). Life Skills Development Training for teens interested in becoming Peer Counselors.(602) 248-8336Arizona
Computer AccessTempe Public LibraryFree computer classes offered every Saturday with instruction about the Internet, e-mail, Microsoft Word, and social networking. (480) 350-5511Maricopa
HomelessTempe United Methodist ChurchOffers shower program Mondays and Fridays 6am-9am. Also offers breakfast and access to a clothing bank (up to 4 items per visit).(480) 967-3376Maricopa
CrisisTerros HealthMental Health and crisis services including medical transportation.(602) 685-6000Maricopa
CrisisTERROS Health Mobile CrisisSupports adults, children and families experiencing a mental health emergency. Serves Mohave, Western Yavapai and Coconino counties.(877) 756-4090Northern
ChildrenText4BabyOffers free text-length text health messages containing personal and timely health information and resources for pregnant moms. Messages are timed to the due date, and continue through the first year of the baby's life. Text4Baby works with most cell phone carriers, so all messages are free and do not count toward any text message limits.TextBABYto511411National
AutismThe Center for Autism and Related DisordersOffers free therapy to Northeast Valley children who have behavior problems. The short-term therapy is for families with children up to age 5 who don't have to have an autism diagnosis to qualify. Families must live in Scottsdale, Paradise Valley, Fountain Hills, Cave Creek, Carefree or on the Fort McDowell Reservation. There are no income restrictions.(602) 325-2485Maricopa
Grief/BereavementThe Compassionate FriendsThe Compassionate Friends exists to provide friendship, understanding, and hope to those going through the natural grieving process.(877) 969-0010National
FoodThe Cultural Cup Food BankOffers free canned food and a free mobile pantry. Bring your own bag or box. Also offers food boxes, and diabetic food boxes. Provides a free medical clinic for those without insurance (no pain medications or OB/GYN). No proof of citizenship required, must bring ID of some kind. Call for days and hours.(602) 266-8370Maricopa
ClothingThe Good Samaritan CenterTHE Good Samaritan Center gives donated items such as clothing, shoes, beds, furniture, appliances and kitchen essentials to the needy of the community. (520) 766-4357Cochise
Covid-19The Guidance Center FlagstaffOffering a Support Line for professionals providing services for those diagnosed with COVID-19. (928) 714-5322Coconino
Mental HealthThe Guidance Center FlagstaffThe Guidance Center is a not-for-profit Community Mental Health Center with locations serving Flagstaff, Williams, and surrounding Northern Arizona communities.(928) 527-1899Coconino
Covid-19The Jed FoundationTransitioning into adulthood can bring big changes and intense challenges. The Jed Foundation (JED) empowers teens and young adults with the skills and support to grow into healthy, thriving adults.National
Covid-19The Kennedy ForumSeries of videos resources for individuals, health care professionals, mental health providers, educational institutions, community supporters, veterans and employers. National
EducationThe Literacy CenterThey provide literacy services to adults, teens, children, and families. They help people from all over the world learn English and we also help native English speakers improve their reading, writing, speaking, and listening skills. (928) 556-0313Coconino
AddictionThe MeadowsThe Meadows exists to heal your unresolved emotional trauma and provide you with the tools to transform your life.(866) 331-3102Arizona
CancerThe Mesothelioma ClinicThe Mesothelioma Clinic is public service geared towards helping victims and their families find treatment, doctors and cancer clinics.(877) 732-8761National
CrisisThe National Prevention ToolkitProvides a free 24-hour hotline to anyone experiencing a crisis. The National Prevention Toolkit on Officer involved domestic violence and human trafficking.(800) 442-4673National
Suicide PreventionThe National Suicide Prevention LifelineA United States-based suicide prevention network of 161 crisis centers that provides a 24/7, toll-free hotline available to anyone in suicidal crisis or emotional distress. (800) 273-8255National
Grief/BereavementThe New Song Center for Grieving ChildrenWhen tragedy claims the life of a loved one, families often need help finding a way to heal. The New Song Center for Grieving Children is here to provide nurturing support for grieving children, teens, young adults and their families.(602) 530-6900Maricopa
Criminal JusticeThe Potter's HouseOffers outpatient substance abuse treatment, including individual, family, and group counseling. They work with the criminal justice system and offer sex offender treatment. (602) 254-9701Arizona
LGBTQ+The Trevor ProjectProvides crisis intervention and suicide prevention for LGBTQ youth.(866) 488-7386National
AddictionThe Wellness CommunitySearch for Drug & Alcohol treatment centers by State, City or Town.Maricopa
ChildrenThrive to Five Family Resource CentersThrive To Five provides family support services to parents and or caregivers of children aged birth to five years old. Thrive To Five has the goals of promoting understanding of early child development and brain growth and to provide families and caregivers with the knowledge, skills and resources to help children reach their potential and enter school ready to learn. Maricopa
MedicalThumb Butte MedicalPain Management, Urgent Care, Primary Care and provides integrated care with behavioral health needs; co-occurring illness.(928) 775-9007Yavapai
AddictionThunderbird Treatment CenterSAMHSA-certified Opioid Treatment Program.(602) 938-2301Maricopa
AddictionTLC Transitional Living CentersProvides half-way house, substance-abuse recovery services for homeless addicts.(480) 833-0143Arizona
HousingTMM Family ServicesProvides transitional and affordable housing for at risk mothers and their children, and affordable, low income housing for seniors, veterans, mentally fragile persons, reunifying families, and single father families.(520) 322-9557Pima
AddictionTogether AZProvides information and resources to assist with addictions issues. Also hosts a yearly "Art of Recovery" Expo to offer free education, resources, and solutions for addiction recovery and behavioral health.(866) 394-1952Arizona
Prescription HelpTogether Rx AccessFree prescription discount program providing discounts on generic medications and over 300 brand name medications for individuals without prescription coverage. Income limits apply (<45,000/1 person). No documentation of any kind required.(800) 250-2839National
AddictionTogether We StandSober living facility to assist men with recovery from alcohol and drugs. Willing to accept men without money up front and assist in locating employment. Required to complete 90 meetings in 90 days. Must have ID and proof of citizenship.(602) 258-0281Arizona
Family SupportTouchstone Family ConnectionsTouchstone partners with individuals, families, schools and other service providers to deliver the optimal continuum of health, education and social services, with an emphasis on services that support individuals and families to acquire the skills to live productive and responsible lives.(866) 207-3882Maricopa
AutismTouchstone Health ServicesTouchstone partners with individuals, families, schools and other service providers to deliver the optimal continuum of health, education and social services, with an emphasis on services that support individuals and families to acquire the skills to live productive and responsible lives. Services include their Autism Center of Excellence.(888) 207-3882Arizona
LGBTQ+Trans LifelineTrans Lifeline is a trans-led organization that connects trans people to the community, support, and resources they need to survive and thrive.(877) 565-8860National
LGBTQ+Trans Spectrum of ArizonaOffers peer-to-peer support groups for the transsexual and their ally community.(480) 382-3757Maricopa
LGBTQ+Transgender PartnersStimulate social conversation and raise the awareness of the effect that gender transitioning has on the Significant Others, Friends, Families, and Allies (SOFFAs) of transgender persons — especially in the early stages of transition.National
Mental HealthTransitionalHousing.orgTransitional housing is supportive housing that helps fight the homeless problem in today's society. (602) 248-7993Maricopa
Legal AssistanceTreatment Advocacy CenterOffers information and statistics about the Arizona Civil Commitment process, crisis issues, guardian ship & HIPPA as well as links to legal forms.(703) 294-6001Arizona
AddictionTreatment Referral Routing ServiceThis helpline provides 24-hour free and confidential treatment referral and information about mental and/or substance use disorders, prevention, and recovery in English and Spanish(800) 662-4357Arizona
FinancialTrellisProvides homeownership counseling, financial access and neighborhood development.(602) 258-1659Arizona
VeteransTRICAREProvides military families and survivors a national mail order program and retail pharmacy program to get prescription medications at low cost.(877) 298-3408National
ChildrenTu Nidito No Child Grieves AloneTu Nidito is a Safe Place where children, teens, young adults and families find comfort, hope and support while they are grieving the diagnosis of a serious medical condition or the death of a loved one. Each year we support hundreds of individuals on their grief journey.(520) 322-9155Southern
MedicalTuberculosis (TB) Control and PreventionProvides diagnostic, treatment, and case management services for Maricopa County residents and visitors diagnosed with latent tuberculosis infection and active tuberculosis disease. The program manages the needs of individuals who are at high risk for TB disease or latent infection, individuals who are contacts to active TB cases, individuals who are suspected of having active TB disease, and individuals whose cases are reported to the program from private providers and hospitals. All diagnostic, treatment, and case management services are provided FREE.(602) 372-1407Maricopa
Support GroupTucson Area Support GroupsNAMI Southern Arizona other support group listings.(520) 622-6000Pima
Hearing VoicesTucson Hearing Voices GroupTucson Hearing Voices Group is an open community support group where voice hearers and others with unusual experiences can share their experiences with other voices hearers in a non-clinical safe setting.(520) 622-5582Pima
HousingU.S. Department of AgricultureOffers a search function for subsidized multi-family housing rentals in rural parts of the county.National
Medical InsuranceU.S. Department of Health and Human ServicesOffers a new online tool to help consumers take control of their health care by connecting them to new information and resources that will help them access quality, affordable health care coverage.(800) 318-2596National
VeteransU.S. VetsA variety of services for Veterans.(928) 583-7204Yavapai
MedicalUA RISE Health and Wellness CenterCamp Wellness exists to enhance your knowledge and skills about health and wellness. Enjoy safe, supported exercise. Learn from award-winning peer providers who are Certified Recovery Support Specialists.(877) 535-6170Southern
HomelessUMOM Day CentersUMOM restores hope and rebuilds lives by providing shelter, services and affordable housing for people experiencing homelessness.(602) 275-7852Maricopa
MedicalUnited Community Health CenterServes the working poor, the uninsured, the medically underserved and many high-risk and vulnerable populations. Primary healthcare services including office visits for illness, injuries, chronic conditions, immunizations and health maintenance for all ages. Mobile pediatric dental care.(520) 407-5600Pima
FoodUnited Food BankThe Food Bank was started as a nonprofit joint venture among East Valley cities and their respective United Ways to gather and distribute food to East Valley organizations that were helping feed those in need. (480) 926-4897Maricopa
Health PlanUnited Health CareUnitedHealthcare Community Plan, a Medicaid plan. They also offer the leading dual health plan for people who have both Medicaid and Medicare.(800) 348-4058Arizona
ChildrenUnitedHealthcare Children's FoundationOffers a grant program to cover the cost of medical-related services and equipment for children (hearing aids, speech therapy, wheelchairs, etc.) not covered fully covered by the available commercial health benefit plan.(952) 992-4459Arizona
ParentingUniversity of Arizona Cooperative Extension Family EngagementParenting resources, financial literacy, and much more.(520) 836-4651Gila
ChildrenUniversity of Arizona Cooperative Extension Gila CountyHearing, vision, and developmental screenings; First Smiles (Oral Health); Child Care Health Consultation and much more.(520) 836-4651Gila
Hispanic CommunityUnlimited PotentialOffers literacy and educational programs for Hispanic women and children age 5 and under including a bilingual family literacy program; adult education programs covering self-esteem, literacy, and English; and early childhood programs fostering language and socialization. Arizona
VeteransUS Department of Veteran's Affairs Contact informationToll Free Numbers for Contacting the Veterans Administration (VA).(800) 827-1000National
ImmigrationUS Immigration SupportU.S. Immigration Support can help you save on legal fees by providing the latest U.S. Immigration news and application procedures so you can submit your own application without the assistance of an immigration lawyer. Offers information on the U-Visa for immigrants who are the victims of crimes.(646) 233-3836National
VeteransVA Caregiver SupportProvides information regarding new caregiver benefits, referrals to local caregiver support coordinators as well as emotional support to those concerned with their ability to provide care to loved ones who are Veterans.(855) 260-3274National
VeteransVA National Homeless Call CenterResources for Veterans experiencing homelessness.(877) 424-3838National
Mental HealthValle Del SolValle del Sol offers a variety of behavioral services for youth, families and adults.(602) 258-6797Arizona
AddictionValley HospitalValley Hospital is a private freestanding hospital specializing in mental health and chemical dependency care, and offers inpatient, outpatient, and partial hospitalization programs for adults. Valley Hospital also offers a free initial mental health and chemical dependency assessment and referral services for adults. Most major insurance accepted; no sliding scale option.(602) 952-3939Maricopa
Senior CitizenValley MetroProvides senior citizens (65+) and persons with disabilities living in Chandler, Gilbert, Mesa, and Tempe transportation options outside of regular Valley Metro services. Program options include Coupons for Cabs, Taxi Vouchers, Circulators, Mesa Mileage Reimbursement, and Volunteer Driver Program (Chandler and Gilbert).(480) 962-7433Maricopa
TransportationValley Metro Mobility CenterOffers an on-site travel training center, in-person ADA interviews and certification, and information on alternative travel programs. Provides a free travel training program to individuals with a disability and at least one identified route to learn. ADA-certified individuals who live in Avondale, Chandler, Gilbert, Mesa, Peoria, or Tempe can also obtain a free ADA Platinum Pass that provides transportation by bus or light rail for no cost.(602) 253-5000 Maricopa
HIV/AIDS/STDValley Wise Health AIDS and HIVProvides primary medical care, dental care, HIV testing and counseling, behavioral healthcare, and clinical trial research on a sliding scale fee schedule for individuals with HIV/AIDS.(602) 344-6550Maricopa
MedicalValleywise HealthOffer discounted medical care with a sliding scale option. Locations throughout Maricopa County. No proof of citizenship required. Services include family care, pediatric, behavioral health, dental and vision.(602) 344-5011Maricopa
HospiceValor Hospice CareComprehensive, exemplary services are provided by a team of over 10 clinicians and volunteers for each patient, including in-home delivery of medicine, medical equipment, supplies, oxygen, therapies, lab work and other services.(877) 615-3996Cochise
Deaf & Hard of HearingVDC Valley Center of the DeafValley Center of the Deaf (VCD) is a community-based organization that empowers Deaf and hard of hearing individuals to live independently and achieve their personal goals. (602) 267-1921Southern
Senior CitizenVerde Valley Caregivers CoalitionAccessible transportation and programs to support adults in need of assistance to maintain their independence and quality of life at home.(928) 204-1238Yavapai
HomelessVerde Valley Homeless CoalitionDrop-in center, assistance to homeless.(928) 641-4298Yavapai
Domestic ViolenceVerde Valley SanctuaryConfidential refuge for victims of domestic violence and/or sexual assault, and their children, access to safe shelter, counseling, support and advocacy. 24/7 Safe Line.(928) 634-2511Yavapai
FoodVerde Valley Senior CenterThe Center provides good, hot, nutritious meals in a congregate setting in their unique dining room and delivers Meals-on-Wheels to the homebound.(928) 634-5450Yavapai
AddictionVerhelst Recovery HouseThe Verhelst Recovery House, located in Bisbee, Arizona, offers a 6-month residential program helping men learn how to live without alcohol or drugs. Recovery is guided through a 12-Step meeting program and setting of personal goals.(520) 432-3764Southern
VeteransVeterans AdministrationProvides 8 levels of eligibility for medical coverage, including mental health coverage. Also offers an online resource directory: 277-5551Maricopa
VeteransVeterans AngelsVeterans Angels, Inc.'s mission is to provide senior veterans and their families information and support in applying for the VA benefit to help with the cost of care.(888) 319-1117Mohave
CrisisVeteran's Crisis LineThe Veterans Crisis Line connects Veterans in crisis and their families and friends with qualified, caring Department of Veterans Affairs responders through a confidential toll-free hotline, online chat, or text. The website also offers a resource locator and additional online resources.(800) 273-8255National
VeteransVeterans Experiencing HomelessnessThose who served our country should never face homelessness. VA is providing a comprehensive solution to getting our Veterans off the streets. Yet many Veterans at risk of homelessness are not aware that VA has specialized programs available to get them on their feet before they end up on the street.(877) 424-3838National
VeteransVeterans Nutrition and Food ServicesThe number of food insecure Veterans is also high among those who served in the US wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.  These Veterans are almost twice as likely to be food insecure compared to the general population.  This page provides resources to promote food security.(844) 698-2311National
VeteransVets4WarriorsVets4Warriors’peer-to-peer support network has been connecting people, information, ideas and resources to generate powerful solutions for members of the military and veteran communities for more than five years. We believe that together there is no problem that can’t be solved and no challenge that cannot be overcome.(855) 838-8255National
Covid-19VHA Public Health WebsiteCOVID-19 Specific Information for Veterans and their families.National
Victim AssistanceVictim AssistanceThe Prescott Police Department Victim Services Unit can provide services to victims of crime inclusive of intimate partner and domestic violence, sexual assault, child abuse, robbery, assault, survivors of attempted homicide, threats, and harassment.(928) 777-1936Yavapai
Victim AssistanceVictim Witness ServicesA non-profit organization dedicated to supporting individuals who are being abused.(928) 856-7676Coconino
Victim AssistanceVictim/ Witness Assist ProgramBureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms & Explosives Victim/Witness Assistance Program (VWAP) provides assistance to victims and witnesses of crimes investigated by ATF.(888) 267-2570National
Victim AssistanceVictim’s Assistance Legal OrganizationThey are dedicated to enhancing the legal rights of crime victims in the civil, criminal, and juvenile justice systems. VALOR has provided leadership on research and reform in the areas of restitution, child abuse, juvenile justice, sentencing, and parole.(717) 909-0710National
FoodVictory Lutheran Church Food PantryVictory houses a food bank on our campus that feeds hundreds of families each month.  Your non-perishable food and toiletry donations stay here locally in Mesa to help families in need.(480) 654-4539Maricopa
EducationVocational RehabilitationThe Vocational Rehabilitation program provides a variety of services to persons with disabilities, with the ultimate goal to prepare for, enter into, or retain employment.(800) 563-1221Arizona
AddictionVogue Recovery CenterWith locations in Arizona, Nevada and California, Vogue Recovery Center offers a wide variety of different programs and treatment options to help overcome addiction. (866) 619-6184Arizona
Senior CitizenVolunteer Interfaith Caregiver ProgramThe Volunteer Interfaith Caregiver Program is a non-profit organization providing services to the elderly, disabled and home-bound residents of Sierra Vista and nearby rural communities in Cochise County. These services are provided free of charge by trained volunteers from faith congregations, community organizations and local businesses.(520) 459-8146Cochise
Senior CitizenWACOG Western Az Council of GovernmentsWACOG works on a broad range of issues and programs including: the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG), Community Services Block Grant (CSBG), Head Start, Health, Low-Income Home Energy Assistance (LIHEAP), Nutrition, Services for Older Americans, Social Service Block Grant (SSBG), Transit and Transportation, Tax and Income Policies, and Weatherization Assistance.(888) 453-5802Western
Prescription HelpWalgreens Savings ClubProvides savings on over 5,000 brand name and generic prescriptions, as well as offer low-price prescriptions. Annual fee. Sign up at your local Walgreens Pharmacy.(866) 922-7312National
AddictionWASA Wilcox Against Substance AbuseCommunity coalition united to assist Northern Cochise County in being safe, well and abuse free. The goal of WASA is that people of all again in the Willcox area will increase and maintain awareness of substance abuse issues and their effect on community as a whole, as well as on individuals and families. (520) 384-4777Cochise
AddictionWASA Willcox Against Substance Abuse CoalitionTo strengthen present and future generations in making the right choices for their health and well-being. (520) 384-4777Cochise
AddictionWD Recovery and Wellness CenterOffers treatment for eating disorders, substance abuse, PTSD, sex addiction, alcoholism, self-harm, and gambling.(480) 681-0454Maricopa
HomelessWellCare FoundationWell Care programs offer the full continuum of care; homelessness, psychiatric instability, substance abuse. We strive to improve access to the resources needed to meet our clients’ needs including prescription medications, outpatient counseling, MAT, intensive case management, housing, transportation and many other services listed.(602) 263-7619Arizona
Senior CitizenWellton Senior Nutrition CenterSeniors and adults with disabilities can share a light breakfast and a nutritious lunch with other friendly seniors when they attend CCS - Yuma’s Senior Nutrition Congregate Meal Program. The noon meal is designed to meet one-third of an older adult’s daily nutritional requirements. Along with the meals, seniors also visit with friends, participate in fun activities, and receive information on healthy aging and self-care.(928) 782-1105Yuma
EducationWesley Community CenterOffers classes for pre-GED, ESOL (English for Speakers of Other Languages), English Language Acquisition for Adults, and conversational Spanish. Also offers computer literacy classes and computer instruction classes. Childcare is provided.(623) 849-1676Maricopa
MedicalWesley Health CenterProvides medical health care services on a sliding scale fee schedule. No proof of citizenship required.(602) 257-4323Maricopa
Domestic ViolenceWest Care Domestic Violence Intervention ProgramWestcare provides a variety of services and referral to those experiencing Domestic Violence.(928) 763-1945Arizona
Mental HealthWest Yavapai Guidance ClinicThe West Yavapai Guidance Clinic is a non-profit mental health organization that has provided mental health treatment to people in need for more than 50 years. (928) 445-5211Yavapai
Mental HealthWestCare FoundationServices include substance abuse and addiction treatment, homeless and runaway shelters, domestic violence treatment and prevention, and mental health programs. These services are available to adults, children, adolescents, and families; we specialize in helping people traditionally considered difficult to treat, such as those who are indigent, have multiple disorders, or are involved with the criminal justice system.(928) 763-1945Northwest
RightsWhat Is Special Assistance?Find out what additional assistance and rights those with a Serious Mental Illness are entitled.Arizona
MedicalWHC Women's Health Coalition of ArizonaRaises public awareness of the basic components of accessing health care, nutrition and wellness. WHC provides assistance to low income and under-served women and their families who often do not receive preventative healthcare services.(602) 254-6162Maricopa
TransportationWheelchair GetawaysRent, sell and service wheelchair accessible vehicles. (800) 642-2042National
Tribal ServicesWhite Mountain Apache Food Distribution ProgramWhite Mountain Apache Tribal Members living on reservation; based on income level, family size and other economic factors; food distribution program open to non-tribal members living on Fort Apache reservation who meet financial requirements.(928) 338-4964Navajo
Food/ClothingWhite Mountain Catholic CharitiesProvides food and clothing to individuals and families in need. As funds are available, motel vouchers, rent, utilities, and deposits for homelessness prevention; food; referral services.(928) 367-2244Apache
Domestic ViolenceWhite Mountain Safe HouseOur shelter is a safe space for you and your children away from the violence.  It gives you the opportunity to step back from abuse and make some decisions about what YOU want to do. (928) 892-5899Northeast
AddictionWhite Mountains Alcoholics AnonymousAA is nonprofessional, self-supporting, and apolitical. Its only membership requirement is a desire to stop drinking. The AA program of recovery is set forth in the Twelve Steps.(928) 537-7800Northeast
AddictionWhiteriver Indian Health ServicesProvides general medical, pediatrics, alcohol treatment, mental health, obstetric services and ambulatory surgery. (928) 338-4911Navajo
Covid-19WHO World Health OrganizationRolling updates on Covid-19.National
FoodWhy HungerConnects people to nutritious and affordable food through their database of emergency food access organizations in the U.S.(212) 629-8850National
FoodWIC Women Infants and ChildrenThe Arizona Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) provides nutrition education and breastfeeding support services, supplemental nutritious foods and referrals to health and social services. WIC serves pregnant, breastfeeding, and postpartum women; infants; and children under the age of five.(800) 252-5942Arizona
CommunityWildfireThe People’s Information Guide is a comprehensive listing of hundreds of free and low-cost services and programs throughout Arizona. Eligibility requirements may apply.(602) 604-0640Arizona
FoodWillcox Community Food PantryGives food to the community. Food boxes, clothes and other house hold items.(520) 766-1621Cochise
AddictionWinslow Guidance AssociatesOffers compassionate and positive services which will support recovery. Promotes recovery from alcohol and addiction, which in turn enables individuals to live healthy and constructive lives.Northeast
Domestic ViolenceWomen's SAFE House of Bullhead CityA safehouse for women who are victims of Domestic violence, support groups, counseling and provides additional services to children and abused men in Navajo County.(928) 763-7233Mohave
ChildrenWright's LawProvides accurate, reliable information about special education law, education law, and advocacy for children with disabilities.National
Pet AssistanceWVHSA West Valley Human Services AllianceThe West Valley Human Services Alliance improves the quality of life in the West Valley. Maricopa
FoodYarnell Food BankFood boxes call for day and time.(928) 427-6559Yavapai
FoodYarnell Senior CenterHot meals and meals on wheels.(928) 427-6347Yavapai
FoodYavapai County Food BankYavapai County Food Bank (YCFB) is the largest food bank in Yavapai County, Arizona; distributing tons of food each year to thousands of families and individuals living in poverty since 1992.(928) 775-5255Yavapai
FoodYavapai County Food CoalitionAlso known as Cornucopia; Coalition and Food Pantry Directory Assistance.(928) 284-3284Yavapai
MedicalYavapai County Health ServicesYavapai County Community Health Services will provide leadership, information, and services that contribute to improving the health and well-being of Yavapai County residents.(928) 771-3122Yavapai
CommunityYavapai County Health ServicesMy sidewalk is a webpage that provides resources, referral, health information, education, and the Yavapai CHIP Plan (Community Health Improvement Plan).(928) 771-3122Yavapai
Family SupportYavapai Family Resource CenterFirst Steps Program with family follow-ups, education, Healthy Families Program, Screenings and Car seat program.(928) 771-5651Yavapai
Covid-19Yavapai Justice and Mental Health CoalitionVast array of resources available re Covid-19.(928) 554-8820Yavapai
Computer AccessYavapai Library NetworkThe Yavapai Library Network provides a multitude of services to its membership and their patrons.  Services range from providing technology support and training to library automation. Many locations have free WIFI.Yavapai
FinancialYavapai Public FiduciaryThe Public Fiduciary assumes Guardian, Conservator, or Personal Representative for individuals who have been determined to be unable to handle their own personal business affairs, when there are no relatives or other qualified individuals willing or able to serve. They also handle the affairs the affairs of vulnerable adults and the estates of those who die and have no one to manage estates once their gone and indigent burials (burial of poor persons).(928) 771-3153Yavapai
MedicalYavapai Regional Medical CenterServing west Yavapai County. Hospital, outpatient care, primary and specialties doctors.(928) 445-2700Yavapai
HomelessYavapai Territorial Gospel Rescue MissionThe Yavapai Territorial Gospel Rescue Mission offers transitional housing to women and their young children.(928) 443-8779Yavapai
FoodYavapai-Apache Nation Food BankProviding monthly commodity boxes. Walk-ins served. No referral required. Low income YAN-Tribal members only.(928) 649-7125Yavapai
ChildrenYouth RisingYouth Rising, formerly Workshops for Youth and Families, is a non-profit organization dedicated to “Empowering Youth to Thrive in Life”. We offer powerful, dynamic programs for pre-teens and teens that build character, inspire positive wellbeing, strengthen leadership, build community, and foster social emotional development and resilience.National
EducationYouthBuildOffers a paid GED and job skills training program for youth (ages 16-24). Some income limitations, but can accept individuals above income on case-by-case basis.(602) 238-4334Maricopa
Senior CitizenYuma County Senior CentersSeniors and adults with disabilities can share a light breakfast and a nutritious lunch with other friendly seniors when they attend CCS - Yuma’s Senior Nutrition Congregate Meal Program. The noon meal is designed to meet one-third of an older adult’s daily nutritional requirements. Along with the meals, seniors also visit with friends, participate in fun activities, and receive information on healthy aging and self-care.(928) 782-4489Yuma
FinancialYuma Public FiduciaryThe Public Fiduciary assumes Guardian, Conservator, or Personal Representative for individuals who have been determined to be unable to handle their own personal business affairs, when there are no relatives or other qualified individuals willing or able to serve. They also handle the affairs the affairs of vulnerable adults and the estates of those who die and have no one to manage estates once their gone and indigent burials (burial of poor persons).(928) 373-1145Yuma
Internet/PhoneZoomFree accounts for video chat up to 40 minutes.National