Welcome to the Cochise County Arizona Mental Health Resources page! This page ONLY includes resources in Cochise 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 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.
Strong 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 … Continue reading "Strong Families Arizona"
Their 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.
Sierra 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 … Continue reading "Sierra Vista Dream Center"
Our 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 … Continue reading "Southern Arizona Legal Aid"
Dedicated 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 … Continue reading "Genoa Healthcare"
SEABHS 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.
Inclusion in this website should in no way be construed to constitute an endorsement of a practitioner, an agency, organization, or its service, nor should exclusion be construed to constitute disapproval. It is up to a person using these resources to determine if they offer something needed and whether or not they are appropriate for a particular situation.