OIFA Newsletter

OIFA (Office of Individual and Family Affairs) publishes a weekly newsletter. Would you like to receive their OIFA weekly newsletter filled with articles, opportunities, or useful resources?

OIFA (Office of Individual and Family Affairs) publishes a weekly newsletter. Would you like to receive their OIFA weekly newsletter filled with articles, opportunities, or useful resources?

Having Your Voice Heard

Want to get something good, bad or frustrating about the Arizona mental health system off of your chest? I found two ways to have your voice heard.

Want to get something good, bad or frustrating about the Arizona mental health system off of your chest? I found two ways to have your voice heard.  If you know of other ways, let us know.

This Resource site offers the “We Want To Hear From You” feedback form.  We use the information you provide on this form for advocacy. By filling out this form we will know where to focus our advocacy efforts.

The other opportunity is to tell AHCCCS directly through their OIFA (Office of Individual and Family Affairs).  One of the missions of OIFA is to listen to the community and to report back to leadership.

The Arizona mental health system needs feedback to from recipients of their service (aka peers), caregivers, family members, providers, and any one who cares.