Our Mission:  To provide Peers, Caregivers and Providers a resource database to assist in their journey through the Arizona mental health system. Our aspiration is to develop a strong mental health community where anyone who needs mental health services can find them easily and also provide an honest review of the resources used.

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Services is empowering individuals and their families to live a life free from domestic violence, by providing …
OCSE partners with federal, state, tribal and local governments and others to promote parental responsibility …
Sonoran Prevention Works is a comprehensive harm reduction organization that combines direct service, …
Offers housing, employment, education, and small business programs to the community. Housing programs include …
Provides the tools necessary to empower men and women (fathers and mothers) and their families to improve …
SAPE is comprised of a diverse group of Ajo leaders working toward the common goal of a safe, healthy and drug …
Valley Hospital is a private freestanding hospital specializing in mental health and chemical dependency care, …
Provides free information about community trainings and resources for child care providers and the early child …
Emergency shelter is available for survivors – both men and women with children who have experienced domestic …
Intensive outpatient, peer support, substance use & trauma counseling.
A free support group facilitated by a peer for people with mental illness. Meets every Thurs 5:50 to 7pm. when …
Arizona Department of Economic Security list of food assistance programs.
PsychGuides.com, is a psychiatric guide, whose goal is to shed light on psychological disorders, allowing you …
Offers free information and legal assistance to seniors over 60 in Maricopa County. Call on Wednesdays between …
This 100% volunteer non-profit helps supply hot water, electricity, and indoor plumbing, and also provides …
Alcohol, Amphetamines, Benzodiazepines, Cocaine & Opioids. Tools and resources to meet you where you are and …
HOPE serves the communities of Southern Arizona in Cochise, Graham, Pima, Pinal, Santa Cruz, and Yuma counties …
CODAC's treatment centers offer safe, welcoming environments where everyone is celebrated for who they are. If …
Provides safe housing, support groups, legal advocacy, and 1:1 empowerment sessions.
Offers free internet offer for 2 months for households with K-12 or college student.
NAMI Affiliate that covers Maricopa county. Please refer to their website for a list of classes and support …
Nonprofit organization that provides links to mental health resources to adults and children with developmental …
Source of information on sexual health and sexually transmitted infections.
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