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Name/LinkDescriptionPhoneLocation
Yavapai Justice and Mental Health CoalitionHelps people struggling with unmet mental health & substance abuse needs & the potential for people to intersect with the justice system.(928) 554-8820Yavapai
Bazelon Center for Mental Health LawBazelon Center for Mental Health Law is devoted to improving the lives of people with mental illnesses through changes in policy and law.(202) 467-5730National
AZ Peer and Family ResourcesA resources website and locator for a variety of peer and family resources, substance abuse services, and much, much more.Arizona
Molina Complete Care Office of Individual and Family Affairs (OIFA)If you need help or have concerns about your behavioral health care, please contact them directly or contact the state OIFA office. (480) 263-1001Gila, Maricopa, Pinal
Verde Valley SanctuaryConfidential refuge for victims of domestic violence and/or sexual assault, & their children, access to safe shelter, counseling, support & advocacy. 24/7 Safe Line.(928) 634-2511Yavapai
National Association for Children of AlcoholicsNACoA works to eliminate the adverse impact of alcohol and drug use on children and families.(888) 554-2627National
White Mountains Alcoholics AnonymousAA is nonprofessional, self-supporting, and apolitical. Its only membership requirement is a desire to stop drinking.(928) 537-7800Coconino
Q-LineCrisis hotline for queer and questioning youth. Provides crisis counseling and referrals for local resources if requested or needed.(800) 527-4747National
Navajo County Public Health Services DistrictOpioid review teams, lock boxes and Deterra bags, education regarding safer prescribing practices and knowledge of community resources.(928) 532-6050Navajo
NAMI Flagstaff Support GroupsA free support groups for peers, friends, and family of people with mental illness. Meets every Thurs 5:50 to 7pm. (when not under social distancing)Coconino
AZA Arizona Autism UnitedAutism organization that provides comprehensive services across the lifespan, with facilities throughout the state of Arizona.(602) 773-5773Arizona
GYCC Greater Yavapai County CoalitionThe Greater Yavapai County Coalition (GYCC) provides an umbrella of support to members and allies of the LGBTQ+ Community in Yavapai County.Coconino, Yavapai
Food Assistance Programs in ArizonaArizona Department of Economic Security list of food assistance programs.Arizona
Crisis Response Network Central AZ Crisis LineThis Crisis Line provides immediate and confidential support to anybody facing a personal crisis. Help is available 24/7/365.(800) 631-1314Gila, Maricopa, Pinal
Stepping Stones AgenciesStepping Stones Agencies provides advocacy services, including safe shelter, to adults and children affected by domestic violence, sexual assault, etc..(928) 445-4673Yavapai
NAMI National Alliance on Mental IllnessNational grassroots organization providing support for peers, family member, and care givers of people with mental illness.National
Winslow Guidance AssociatesOffers compassionate and positive services which will support recovery. Promotes recovery from alcohol and addiction.Coconino
LGBT National HotlineProvides free confidential telephone and internet peer-counseling, information,& local resources for gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, etc.(888) 843-4564Arizona
NAMI PaysonNAMI Payson is the affiliate in Payson and serves the surrounding area.(928) 301-9140Gila
Catholic CharitiesProvides life-changing services that protect and nurture children, help strengthen families and assist individuals in crisis - growing to serve communities.(602) 285-1999Coconino, Yavapai
DDD Division of Developmental DisabilitiesDDD empowers individuals with developmental disabilities to lead self-directed, healthy and meaningful lives.(844) 770-9500Arizona
Summit Health Care Substance and Abuse BookletAlcohol, Amphetamines, Benzodiazepines, Cocaine & Opioids. Tools and resources to meet you where you are and support safe treatment.(928) 537-4375Coconino
NAMI Southern ArizonaNAMI Southern Arizona provides help & hope for those affected by mental illness and their loved ones.(520) 622-5582Pima, Santa Cruz
Legal Services CorporationLegal Services Corporation (LSC) is an independent nonprofit that provides financial support for civil legal aid to low-income Americans.(202) 295-1500National
United Health Care Community Plan Office of Individual and Family Affairs (OIFA)They meet with their members & caregivers to ensure their voices are heard by the system of care helping to create positive system change.(602) 255-8605Cochise, Gila, Graham, Greenlee, La Paz, Maricopa, Pima, Pinal, Santa Cruz, Yuma
Hearing Voices Network USAHVN believes that there are many ways to understand the experience of hearing voices and other unusual or extreme experiences.National
Arizona Department of Veterans ServicesThis is an official U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) - apply for benefits using the Internet.(844) 698-2311National
Project AwareA men's shelter; no women or children.(928) 778-7744Yavapai
NACOG Northern Arizona Council of GovernmentsNorthern Arizona Council of Governments provides a wide variety of services within Apache, Coconino, Navajo and Yavapai Counties. (877) 521-3500Coconino, Yavapai
NAMI YumaYou can contact NAMI Yuma at NAMI.yumaaz@gmail.com.(928) 581-6886Yuma
My Family BenefitsOnline system that offers an easy & secure way to access information about Food Stamps, Cash Assistance, and Medical Assistance benefits.(855) 432-7587Arizona
AHCCCS Arizona Health Care Cost Containment System - MedicaidAHCCCS is Arizona’s Medicaid agency that offers health care programs to serve Arizona residents. Individuals must meet certain requirements to obtain services.Arizona
Be Connected ArizonaConnecting Arizona service members, veterans, families & helpers to information, support and resources. A Support Line is available.(855) 785-1500Arizona
Neuro Psychiatric HospitalNeuroPsychiatric Hospitals (formally, SANA Behavioral Hospital) offers a wide-range of inpatient services. (928) 227-3424Yavapai
Stronger As One –CoconinoCountyWe are community leaders concerned about mental health and wellbeing.(928) 679-7130Coconino
Benefits CheckupA place to check eligibility for various federal, state, and local assistance programs.(800) 794-6559Arizona
OK2TALK OK to TalkOK2TAL is a community where teens and young adults struggling with mental health conditions can find a safe place to talk.800-273-8255National
NAMI FlagstaffYou can contact the NAMI affiliate in Flagstaff at FlagNAMI@gmail.com.Coconino
Food Pantries.orgDirectory of Food Pantries in Arizona by city plus additional information about subsidized groceries and other food benefits.Arizona
U.S. Department of Health and Human ServicesTool to help take control of your health care with new information & resources to help you access quality, affordable health care.(800) 318-2596National
Arizona Complete Care Office for Individual and Family Affairs (OIFA)If you need help or have concerns about your behavioral health care, please contact them directly or contact the state OIFA office. (520) 809-6526Cochise, Gila, Graham, Greenlee, La Paz, Maricopa, Pinal, Pima
Indian 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
The Guidance Center FlagstaffGuidance Center is a not-for-profit Community Mental Health Center serving Flagstaff, Williams, and surrounding Northern Arizona communities.(928) 527-1899Coconino
Yavapai Territorial Gospel Rescue MissionThe Yavapai Territorial Gospel Rescue Mission offers transitional housing to women and their young children.(928) 443-8779Yavapai
AHCCCS Medical Transportation LineContact for AHCCCS Medical Transport Services.(800) 962-6690Arizona
Care1st Health Plan Arizona Office Of Individual and Family Affairs (OIFA)If you need help or have concerns about your behavioral health care, please contact them directly or contact the state OIFA office. (480) 205-2305Apache, Coconino, Mohave, Pinal, Yavapai
Mobile Crisis Response Unit – Spectrum HealthcareCrisis assistance where the person who is having a crisis is located. The mobile crisis team is staffed with specially trained crisis response specialists, and coordinates with Spectrum psychiatry, primary care providers, nurses, and counselors. (877) 756-4090Yavapai
Northern Arizona VA Healthcare SystemVeterans Hospital offering a variety of services to Veterans and their families.(928) 445-4860Yavapai
Coalition 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.(928) 445-8382Yavapai
Canyonlands Community HealthcareLocal Healthcare providing primary healthcare, behavioral health, emergency, dental and other medical services. (877) 645-9675Coconino
Arizona Food Bank NetworkLarge database of emergency food options: food banks, pantries, soup kitchens, shelters, and others that distribute emergency food.(602) 528-3434Arizona
Coconino County Community ServicesProvides utility assistance, financial empowerment classes, housing rehabilitation, weatherization services, etc.(928) 679-7448Coconino
Summit 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(928) 537-6890Coconino
Arizona Center for Disability LawArizona Center for Disability Law advocates for the legal rights of persons with disabilities to be free from abuse, neglect & discrimination.(602) 274-6287Arizona
Yarnell Regional Community CenterHot meals, Meals on Wheels, Community Services and Thrift Store(928) 427-6347Yavapai
PAIMI Protection and Advocacy for Individuals with Mental Illness Advisory CouncilThis Council advises the system on policies & priorities to be carried out in protecting & advocating for the rights of mentally ill individuals.(800) 927-2260Arizona
DNA 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.(928) 871-4151Coconino, Yavapai
Sunshine Rescue MissionProvides food and shelter for men, women and children. Currently housing 150 to 200 people per night.(928) 774-3512Coconino
Flagstaff Shelter ServicesProvides emergency shelter and services to all people in crisis, regardless of faith, sobriety or mental health. Open 24 hours.(928) 225-2533Coconino
Arizona State University HotlineFor students and staff needing telephone crisis counseling, 24-hour crisis hotline.(480) 965-6146Arizona
Crisis Text LineText HOME to 741741 to connect with a Crisis Counselor.741741Arizona
NIMH National Institute of Mental HealthThe National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) is the lead federal agency for research on mental disorders.(866) 615-6464National
Prescott Victim AssistanceThe Prescott Police Department Victim Services Unit can provide services to victims of crime Advocates work with victims of crime.(928) 777-1936Yavapai
Health-e-Choice ArizonaHealth-e-Arizona Plus is an on-line application for medical coverage through AHCCCS, Food Stamps, & Cash Assistance. Arizona
Health Choice Office for Individual and Family Affairs (OIFA)If you need help or have concerns about your behavioral health care, please contact them directly or contact the state OIFA office. (928) 214-2168Apache, Coconino, Gila, Maricopa, Mohave, Navajo, Pinal, Yavapai
Victim Witness ServicesA non-profit organization dedicated to supporting individuals who are being abused.(928) 856-7676Coconino
Arizona Health Care Cost Containment System - MedicaidHow to apply for Arizona's Medicaid system.(855) 432-7587Arizona
NAZCARE Warm LineOffers Warm Line 7 days a week. The Warm Line is staffed by Peers and is available to anyone.(888) 404-5530Arizona
Free Food ServicesDirectory of free food sources throughout the state. Also, has listings for other states as well.Arizona
Health 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.(877) 464-4772National
NAMI White MountainsA community who iscommitted to relieving the pain and suffering of families and peers whose lives are impacted by a Mental Health.(928) 298-1914Apache, Navajo
MATFORCEWorking together reducing substance abuse in Yavapai County.(928) 708-0100Yavapai
U.S. VetsA variety of services for Veterans.(928) 583-7204Yavapai
Old Town MissionServing the Verde Valley by providing food & clothing, community events, programs & services thereby building relationships& creating a stronger community.(928) 634-7869Yavapai
Native American ConnectionsProvides individuals & families through Native American culturally appropriate behavioral health, affordable housing, & more.(602) 424-2060Arizona
Susan J. Rheem Adult Day CenterAdult care services, caregiver support with location in Prescott Valley.(928) 775-3563Yavapai
St Vincent de PaulFood and additional assistance.(928) 639-3000Yavapai
Domestic Shelters.orgFind answers to the most common domestic violence questions.(800) 799-7233National
CYMPO- Central Yavapai Metropolitan Planning OrganizationPartnership organization for transportation services in the Quad Cities.(928) 442-5730Yavapai
National Coalition Against Domestic ViolenceProvides a national hotline that can provide crisis support, emotional support, advocacy and legal service referrals, and more.(303) 839-1852National
White 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.(928) 892-5899Coconino
Arizona Mental Health and Criminal Justice CoalitionAZ Mental Health Criminal Justice Coalition helps reduce the numbers of those with mental disorders & addictions who are incarcerated.(602) 774-4382Arizona
Warm Line Crisis Response NetworkWarm Line, a friendly and understanding ear - 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. When you need someone to listen.(602) 347-1100Warmline
Verde Valley Homeless CoalitionDrop-in center, assistance to homeless.(928) 641-4298Yavapai
Arizona 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
MIKID Mentally Ill Kids in DistressOffers respite services direct care providers are able to provide rest and relief for families & youth in the Children's Behavioral Health System.(928) 775-4448Arizona
Care First Health Plan Arizona Office Of Individual and Family Affairs (OIFA))If you need help or have concerns about your care, please contact them directly or contact the state OIFA office.(480) 205-2305Coconino, Yavapai
Pronghorn Psychiatric Hospital Prescott ValleyA provider of court ordered evaluation, psychiatric hospitalization, and drug and alcohol detoxification services.(928) 583-7799Yavapai
Northern Arizona V.A. Health Care SystemA community-based outpatient clinic (CBOC) providing primary care services to veterans living inCoconinoCounty.(928) 226-1056Coconino
Community Health Center of YavapaiComprehensive Primary care and a range of other healthcare related services for the entire family.(928) 639-8132Yavapai
NAMI 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
Northland 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
Prescott Area Women’s ShelterServes women, children, and veterans by providing temporary housing, resources, individualized case management, and a pathway to permanent housing.(928) 778-5933Yavapai
North Country HealthCareProvides benefit application assistance, diagnostic tests, home modifications, medical travel assistance, dentures, hearing aids, behavioral health & more.(928) 522-9400Coconino, Yavapai
Spectrum HealthcareOffers integrated system of healthcare delivery including primary care, family healthcare, behavioral health and psychiatry. They have facilities in Cottonwood, Prescott and Prescott Valley.(928) 634-2236Yavapai
TERROS Health Mobile CrisisSupports adults, children and families experiencing a mental health emergency. Serves Mohave, Western Yavapai andCoconinocounties.(877) 756-4090Coconino, Yavapai
NAMI PinalNAMI Affiliate in Pinal County.Pinal
Verde 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
Arizona Suicide Prevention CoalitionWith public discourse, education, and awareness, each of us can help reduce the frequency of suicide in our communities.(866) 205-5229Arizona
Hualapai NationMental Health and Alcohol/Substance Abuse Outpatient Services for Adults and Youth: Individual, Group, and Family Therapy.(928) 769-2207Coconino, Yavapai
Banner University Family Care Office of Individual and Family Affairs (OIFA)OIFA supports to individuals & families as they navigate the health care system.Offering support & guidance wherever/whenever it is needed.(480) 827-5988Cochise, Gila, Graham, Greenlee, La Paz, Maricopa, Pima, Santa Cruz, Yuma
FIC Family Involvement CenterHelp when you’re struggling with a child diagnosed with autism, working to regain custody from DCS raising your grandchildren, or more.(602) 288-0155Arizona
Colorado River Indian TribesFrom law enforcement to housing to economic development, CRIT's Tribal government endeavors to improve the quality of life on the CRIT reservations.(928) 669-9211Coconino, Yavapai
NAMI ArizonaCoordinates activities of NAMI Affiliates in Arizona and serves as a state organization of NAMI.(480) 994-4407Arizona, Graham, Greenlee, La Paz, Mohave
NACA 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
Yavapai County Health ServicesYavapai County Community Health Services provides a variety of health to the residents of Yavapai County.(928) 771-3122Yavapai
NAMI Yavapai CountyNAMI Yavapai County offers understanding to anyone concerned about mental illnesses and the treatment of mental illness.(928)642-5705Yavapai
West Yavapai Guidance ClinicPolara Health (formally West Yavapai Guidance Clinic) is a non-profit mental health organization that has provided mental health treatment for over 50 years.(928) 445-5211Yavapai
Raising Special KidsOffers free information, training, resources, and support to families of children (up to age 22) with disabilities and special health care needs.(602) 242-4366Arizona
Arizona Peer and Family CoalitionDedicated to extending peer and family leadership into all aspects of Arizona's behavioral health care.(928) 277-0713Arizona
Vocational RehabilitationVocational Rehabilitation program provides services to persons with disabilities, with the goal to prepa, enter into, or retain employment.(800) 563-1221Arizona
Arizona State Suicide Prevention WebsiteProvides ending suicide resources in Arizona.(800) 273-8255Arizona
ENCOMPASS Health ServicesEncompass Health Services is committed to providing compassionate behavioral health care as well as personalized, comprehensive medical care. (928) 645-5113Coconino
NAZCAREBehavioral Health Services for individuals and families, transitional housing & peer support training. NAZCARE is located throughout rural Arizona. (928) 442-9205Yavapai
Health-e-Arizona PLUSApply for nutrition, cash and medical assistance.(855) 432-7587Arizona
Homeless Shelter DirectoryList of Arizona shelters is many are emergency shelters along with general homeless shelters and some transitional housing opportunities.Arizona
AHCCCS OIFA Arizona Health Cost Containment System Office of Individual and Family AffairsOIFA promotes recovery, resiliency, and wellness for individuals with mental health and substance use challenges. Arizona
SAMHSA Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services AdministrationSAMHSA, within the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, leads public health efforts to advance the behavioral health.(877) 726-4727National
National Drug HelplineOffers 24/7 drug and alcohol help to those with addiction, including information regarding treatment and recovery.(844) 289-0879National
Mercy Care Office of Individual and Family Affairs (OIFA)Mercy Care’s OIFA team believes that recovery is possible for everyone. They provide support to members and their families of choice.(602) 621-0110Gila, Maricopa, Pinal
WIC Women Infants and ChildrenArizona Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, & Children (WIC) provides education, supplemental nutritious foods & more(800) 252-5942Arizona
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