Welcome to the Apache County Arizona Mental Health Resources page! This page ONLY includes resources in Apache County. To Search our entire site just use the search bar or click the “RESOURCE DIRECTORY” button. To view resources in a specific Arizona County click the county name above.
The Colorado River Indian Tribes include four distinct Tribes – the Mohave, Chemehuevi, Hopi and Navajo. There are currently about 4,277 active Tribal members. The CRIT Tribal Government includes more than three dozen different departments, providing all of the services needed for the residents of a sovereign nation. From law enforcement to housing to economic … Continue reading "Colorado River Indian Tribes"
Mental 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.
Offers 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.
Over the years, Catholic Charities staff and volunteers continued to monitor the needs of central and northern Arizona communities and responded by providing life-changing services that protect and nurture children, help strengthen families and assist individuals in crisis – growing to serve communities. We continue the thread of our early work today by delivering services … Continue reading "Catholic Charities"
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