Maricopa County

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Domestic ViolenceA New LeafHousing and supportive services for the homeless and those in need, including victims of domestic violence.(480) 969-4024Arizona
ChildrenA New LeafA New Leaf offers a variety of physical and behavioral health services for families and individuals in need of support. From inpatient care to community behavioral health services, A New Leaf's programs provide many quality services that address a variety of needs, including behavioral health challenges. (480) 969-4024Maricopa
ClothingAbby's PlaceSouthwest Behavioral Health's thrift store offers all Mercy Maricopa members a 50% discount on all merchandise every day. (602) 773-7523Maricopa
TransportationAbility CenterRent, sell and service wheelchair accessible vehicles. (866) 405-6806National
AdvocatesAbility360Provides information, programs, events, and resources to assist individuals with disabilities take personal responsibility so they may achieve or continue independent living. Also offers a medical loan closet.(602) 256-2245Arizona
SeniorsAccessMedACCESSMed Foundation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit service that helps Arizona’s vulnerable seniors access the low cost and no cost health insurance benefits that they are entitled to, and deserve.(602) 375-2412Maricopa
DentalAdelante Healthcare BuckeyeOffers dental care on sliding scale (low cost) basis for patients who are 21years of age or older and cannot afford dental care.(623) 386-1630Maricopa
MedicalAdelante HealthCare, IncServices for Surprise and El Mirage, Family Medicine, Internal Medicine, Pediatrics, Women’s Health, Dental, Integrated Behavioral Health, Care Coordination by RNs and Health Coaches, Specialty Behavioral Health, Lab Services, Pharmacy Services, WIC / Nutrition, and help applying for benefits and insurance.(877) 809-5092Maricopa
AddictionAdult Children of AlcoholicsOffers 12 step support meetings at confidential locations.(602) 241-6760Maricopa
CrisisAdult Protective ServicesAPS investigates allegations of abuse, exploitation and neglect of vulnerable adults. Also, self-neglect (when an adult with physical or mental impairments is unable to meet his or her basic needs which then impacts the adult’s minimum physical health, mental health or general safety).(928) 300-0894Arizona
ClothingAgua Fria Food & Clothing BankFree food and clothing resource. No proof of citizenship required.(623) 932-9135Maricopa
TransportationAHCCCS Medical Transportation LineFor AHCCCS Medical Transport Services.(800) 962-6690Arizona
AddictionAl-Anon Family Groups Meeting Information LineOffers national meeting information from 8am-6pm (EST).(800) 344-2666National
TeenAl-Anon/AlateenOffers 12 step support meetings at confidential locations.(602) 249-1257Arizona
AddictionAlcoholics AnonymousReferrals to local twelve step groups open to all.(602) 957-7457Arizona
ChildrenAmerican Academy of Child & Adolescent PsychiatryNational professional medical association dedicated to treating and improving the quality of life for children, adolescents, and families affected by these disorders. Publishes "Facts for Families" to provide concise and up-to-date information on issues that affect children, teenagers, and their families, and offers AACAP Resource Centers to empower consumers through patient education.(202) 966-7300National
SuicideAmerican Foundation for Suicide PreventionProvides information on suicide statistics, suicide prevention, suicide awareness community and activities, and suicide prevention and education resources.(800) 273-8255National
Resource SiteAmerican Red Cross Grand Canyon ChapterProvides relief to victims of disaster as well as helps people prevent, prepare for and respond to emergencies.(602) 336-6660Maricopa
HomelessAndre HouseOffers transitional housing for men and women; call to schedule an interview. Offers a nightly meal, clothing closet, showers, laundry services, and locker rentals. Proof of citizenship not required, but ID required for some services.(602) 255-0580Maricopa
AddictionApache Junction Drug Prevention Coalition A collaborative partnership with the community, building a safe and substance abuse free environment through education, prevention and networking. (480) 516-4694Central
SeniorsArea Agency on Aging, Region OneThe Area Agency on Aging, Region One, offers a large variety of programs and services that enhance the quality of life for residents of Maricopa County, Arizona. (888) 783-7500Maricopa
ComputerArizona Assistive Technology ExchangeOnline resource for used assistive technology, adapted and durable medical equipment. Some items are no cost, although some may have a price or best offer.(602) 728-9534Arizona
SeniorsArizona Association of Area AgenciesAZ4A is the Arizona Association of Area Agencies on Aging, a statewide network of seven regional agencies that address the needs of seniors and individuals with disabilities, as well as their families and caregivers.Arizona
FinancialArizona Call Center – Unemployment InformationUnemployment Insurance Benefits(602) 542-5954Arizona
SeniorsArizona Care Management SolutionsElder care advice.(928) 300-0172Arizona
ChildrenArizona Child & Family Advocacy NetworkAdvocacy centers located throughout Arizona are designed to provide onsite services to child victims of either physical or sexual abuse as well as neglect. Some centers provide services to adult victims of sexual assault, domestic violence, or vulnerable adult abuse.(928) 750-3583Arizona
ChildrenArizona Child Abuse Info CenterOffers a clearinghouse of information regarding child abuse and neglect and foster care for children, youth, parents, professionals, and community members. Provide information, education, and resources on child abuse and foster care.(602) 271-4500Arizona
ChildrenArizona Child Care Resource & ReferralProvides free information about community trainings and resources for child care providers and the early childhood community via telephone or online search.(800) 308-9000Arizona
Domestic ViolenceArizona Coalition to End Sexual & Domestic ViolenceProviders of direct services to victims and survivors of sexual and domestic violence. Victims and survivors are the beneficiaries of their work. Also provides free legal representation to enforce the rights of crime victims in criminal cases in Arizona, as well as social services to assist crime victims during the course of the case.(800) 782-6400Arizona
AddictionArizona Council on Compulsive GamblingProvides referrals to local Gamblers Anonymous meetings.(800) 777-7207Arizona
FoodArizona Department of Economic Security (DES)AHCCCS, food assistance.(928) 634-0780Arizona
VeteransArizona Department of Veterans Services This is an official U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) - apply for benefits using the Internet.National
VeteransArizona Dept of Veteran’s ServicesOffers a free, anonymous, confidential resource to veterans even if not registered with VA or enrolled in VA health care.(800) 273-8255Arizona
FoodArizona Food Bank NetworkLarge database of emergency food options (food banks, pantries, soup kitchens, shelters, and others that distribute emergency food) in Arizona. Find Food Bank by zip code.(928) 427-0265Arizona
Medicaid AHCCCSArizona Health Care Cost Containment System (Medicaid)Arizona Health Care Cost Containment System (AHCCCS) is Arizona's Medicaid agency that offers health care programs to serve Arizona residents. Individuals must meet certain income and other requirements to obtain services.Arizona
MedicalArizona Health Care Cost Containment System (Medicaid)How to apply for Arizona's Medicaid system.(855) 432-7587Arizona
ChildrenArizona Helping HandsOffers multiple programs to assist under-privileged and struggling children and families, including an annual holiday toy distribution, annual Christmas meal, English as a Learned Language for parents of school-aged children, vision care for children, and other special projects throughout the year.(480) 889-0604Maricopa
LegalArizona Mental Health Criminal Justice CoalitionThe mission of the Arizona Mental Health Criminal Justice Coalition is to reduce the numbers of those with mental disorders and addictions who are incarcerated through Prevention, Intervention and Treatment. (602) 774-4382Maricopa
Peer & FamilyArizona Peer and Family CoalitionDedicated to extending peer and family leadership into all aspects of Arizona’s behavioral health care. Arizona
Family SupportArizona Phoenix Baptist Children's ServicesOffers low cost counseling to children and adults. Also offers an array of workshops, parenting classes, and resources.(602) 346-2300Maricopa
DentalArizona School of Dentistry & Oral HealthThe Dental Clinic at the Arizona School of Dentistry & Oral Health offers all the high quality services you would expect from a private-practice clinic, plus many advanced and specialized services you won't find at other clinics:(480) 248-8100Arizona
LegalArizona Secretary of StateMaintains a free registry called the “Arizona Advance Directive” where individuals can send advance directives for secure storage and can be accessible to individuals, loved ones and health care providers. This webpage also has other resources available on advanced directives.(602) 542-4285Arizona
FinancialArizona 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
SeniorsArizona Senior Citizen's Law ProjectOffers free information and legal assistance to seniors over 60 in Maricopa County. Call on Wednesdays between 1pm and 4:30pm.(602) 252-6710Maricopa
Domestic ViolenceArizona Shelters and Safe HousesProvides a list of domestic violence shelters, safe houses and services in Arizona.Arizona
Smoking CessationArizona Smoker's HelplineFree telephone and web-based coaching services to help people quit tobacco. Medication cessation assistance also available.(800) 556-6222Arizona
Domestic ViolenceArizona South Asians for Safe FamiliesFree domestic violence assistance for individuals from South Asian communities.(877) 723-3711Arizona
AdvocatesArizona Spinal Cord Injury AssociationThe Arizona Spinal Cord Injury Association is dedicated to enhancing the lives of individuals with spinal cord injuries. Goal is to promote physical, intellectual, spiritual, emotional and social recovery. (602) 507-4209Arizona
Psychiatric HospitalArizona State HospitalTreatment at ASH (Arizona State Hospital) is considered “the highest and most restrictive” level of care in the state. Patients are admitted as a result of an inability to be treated in a community facility or due to their legal status.  (602) 244-1331Arizona
Psychiatric HospitalArizona State Hospital Independent Oversight Committee Each committee is comprised of groups of local citizens who provide support and review in matters to the rights of people with developmental disabilities where services are provided. (602) 220-6012Arizona
SuicideArizona Suicide Prevention Coalition​With public discourse, education, and awareness, each of us can help reduce the frequency of suicide in our communities.(866) 205-5229Arizona
LegalArizona Supreme CourtThe Arizona Supreme Court site has information about the entire court system.(602) 452-3300Arizona
FinancialArizona Unemployment Insurance ApplicationHow to file for unemployment benefits.(602) 542-5954Arizona
ChildrenArizona Youth PartnershipProvides a free education-based program for pregnant and parenting teens, 21 and under. Teens are given healthy pregnancy classes, childbirth classes, parenting classes, support group and special events. Dedicated Case Managers follow the teens for up to a year following the birth of their baby making sure that they have the best possible outcomes.(877) 882-2881Maricopa
ChildrenAssociation for Supportive Child CareProvides free information about community trainings and resources for child care providers and the early childhood community via telephone or online search. Offers a Kith & Kin Project that provides a 14-week free early childhood training and support group to child care providers of the children of friends and family. Transportation within a 5 mile radius can be provided. Free childcare available during the classes.(800) 535-4599Arizona
Mental HealthASU Health ServicesOffers low cost physical, counseling, crisis services and behavioral health care for those without insurance. In-house lab tests are provided. Also accepts most insurance plans. Additional locations in Scottsdale and Tempe.(602) 496-0721Maricopa
CommunicationAT & T Language LineCommunicate with anyone in over 170 languages within minutes. This is a fee for service provider.(800) 752-6096National
Psychiatric HospitalAurora Behavioral HealthThe state’s largest free-standing psychiatric hospital mission is to "inspire hope and wellness in every patient through exceptional individualized care” on a daily basis. (877) 870-7012Central
Resource SiteAZ 211 Enter your zip code for information and community resources in your county with specific COVID-19 information and resources.Arizona
ChildrenAZ Children's AssociationProvides services and support related to foster, adoption, respite, crisis, and shelter for children up to 6 years.(800) 944-7611Arizona
Health PlanAZ Complete Health CareIn Arizona, Care 1st and Arizona Complete Health-Complete Care Plan are bringing our health plans together to better serve our members, providers, partners and communities.(888) 788-4408Arizona
ChildrenAZ Department of Child Safety Child Abuse HotlineReport suspicion of child abuse, neglect or exploitation. Hotline for people with children who are being abused.(888) 767-2445Arizona
FinancialAz Dept of Economic Security Utility assistance programs to assist low income households.Arizona
LegalAZ Law HelpResources and referrals for Arizona civil legal aid.Arizona
Peer & FamilyAZ Peer and Family ResourcesA resources website and locator for a variety of peer and family resources, substance abuse services, and much, much more.Arizona
Mental HealthBanner Behavioral HealthOffers inpatient and outpatient substance abuse and mental health services, and offers both a Basic Financial Assistance Program and an Enhanced Financial Assistance Program. No proof of citizenship required. (602) 254-4357Maricopa
Health PlanBanner United Health Plan (BUHP) - Member Advocacy Council (MAC) Serves as the voice of the member, family and communities we serve. Council members will advise, assist and provide guidance to the physical and behavioral health service delivery system from the member, family and community lens.(480) 827-5988Arizona
Health PlanBanner Univ Family CareBanner  – University Family Care/AHCCCS Complete Care (B – UFC/ACC) is an integrated health insurance plan.(800) 582-8686Arizona
LegalBazelon Center for Mental Health LawThe Bazelon Center for Mental Health Law is a nonprofit organization devoted to improving the lives of people with mental illnesses through changes in policy and law. Their website provides legislative updates that affect individuals with mental illness, and advocacy resources.(202) 467-5730National
VeteransBe Connected ArizonaConnecting Arizona service members, veterans, families & helpers to information, support and resources. A Support Line is available to everyone and callers can keep their identity anonymous. (855) 785-1500Arizona
ChildrenBig Brothers Big Sisters of Central ArizonaOffers community-based and school-based mentoring programs for children ages 6 to 18.(602) 264-9254Arizona
ChildrenBilly's PlaceA free grief resource center/grief support center for kids and their families ages 3 to 30. This 501c3, non-profit agency hosts various peer-facilitated support groups and community remembrance events for those who have lost a special person.(623) 414-9838Maricopa
ChildrenBirth to Five Helpline! Young children don’t come with an instruction manual. You’re going to have questions. There will be times when you can use some advice. Sometimes you just need someone to listen. The Birth to Five Helpline is here to help.(877) 705-5437Arizona
ChildrenBoys and Girls ClubsOffers a variety of summer and after school programs for children in grades K through 12, including programs in Arts, Character and Leadership, Education and Career Development, Technology, Health and Life Skills, and Sports, Fitness, and Recreations. Dues start around $30/year with scholarships available dependent on family income and situation.(602) 954-8182Maricopa
TeenBoys Town National HotlineNational hotline is a free resource and counseling service that assists youth and parents 24/7 year round, nationwide.(800) 448-3000National
ComputerBret Tarver Learning CenterAs part of the City of Phoenix Parks and Recreation Department, offers free computer classes (1:1 and group), computers for public use, lending library, ESL classes, and additional services as available. (602) 262-7127Maricopa
AddictionCalvary Addiction Recovery CenterFaith based addiction treatment in a residential or outpatient setting.(602) 279-1468Arizona
AddictionCalvary Healing CenterWe’ve strived to create a secure, compassionate and comfortable environment to recover from different forms of addiction and substance abuse.(480) 359-2224Maricopa
AdvocatesCare 1st Avondale Resource CenterProvides human and housing services including assistance with benefits, tutoring in English and literacy, citizenship classes, employment assistance, parenting classes and teen pregnancy support, and various other resources and workshops. (623) 333-2703Maricopa
Health PlanCare 1st Health PlanCare1st Health Plan Arizona, Inc. will be the most provider-oriented managed care organization that will strive to continuously improve the quality of services rendered to its members.(866) 560-4042Arizona
ChildrenCarrington College Dental ClinicOffering free dental care to children ages 12-17, conducted by supervised students in the college's dental-hygiene program, including X-rays, cleaning and polishing. Valid 5-8:30pm Mondays, 8am-9pm Tuesdays, 1-5pm Wednesdays, and 8am-5pm Thursdays and Fridays.(480) 717-3510Maricopa
DentalCASS Homeless Shelter Dental ClinicOffers dental care on sliding scale (low cost) basis for patients who are 21years of age or older and cannot afford dental care.(602) 256-6945Maricopa
Family SupportCatholic Charities Community ServicesImmigrations, unaccompanied minors, refugee resettlement and housing services available, plus counseling for unexpected pregnancy, sex trafficking, domestic violence, and more.(855) 316-2229Arizona
AddictionCelebrate RecoveryOffers Christian based support meetings to help people obtain freedom from their hurts, hang-ups, and habits. Multiple meetings times/places in Arizona.Arizona
AddictionCenter for Behavioral HealthNetwork of outpatient facilities offers comprehensive substance abuse treatment programs to assist people addicted to opiates such as OxyContin, Lortab, Vicodin, Oxycodone, Hydrocodone and Heroin.(602) 253-6553Arizona
EmploymentCenter for Psychiatric RehabilitationOffers resources for living well with a psychiatric disability in work and school. An interactive and informative web site for people with a psychiatric condition that addresses issues and reasonable accommodations related to work and school.(617) 353-3549National
HomelessCentral Arizona Shelter ServicesProvides shelter and support services to homeless adults and families. Services include showers, food, clothing, hygiene items, and case management. They also house a medical and dental facility, as well as offer employment services.(602) 256-6945Maricopa
FinancialChandler Community ActionOffers clothing and food box referrals for walk-ins, assistance with utilities and past due rent. Must come in and fill out an application Verification of citizenship not required.(480) 963-4321Maricopa
HispanicChicanos por la CausaComprehensive range of bilingual and bi-cultural services in Health & Human Services, Housing, Education, and Economic Development. (623) 247-0464Maricopa
Anger ManagementChild Crisis ArizonaOffers a wide variety of free or low-cost classes and activities for parents and children, including anger management. Offers a Dads Support group on the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of the month from 6pm – 7:30pm. Also offers a Dads of Children with Special Needs Support Group on the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of the month at the same time. Please call before you attend.(480) 834-9424Maricopa
ChildrenChild Crisis Arizona Emergency Children’s SheltersTemporary emergency shelter for children ages 0-11 years old. Offers shelter to children in abusive situations as well as any child needing a place to stay whether due to family emotional stress or homelessness.(480) 969-2308Arizona
ChildrenChild Help USANational child abuse hotline that provides crisis information, child abuse and neglect counseling, and general referrals throughout the US.(800) 422-4453National
ChildrenChild Mind InstituteThe Child Mind Institute is an independent, national nonprofit dedicated to transforming the lives of children and families struggling with mental health and learning disorders.(212) 308-3118National
FinancialChild Support CalculatorThe 2018 - 2019 Child Support Calculator is an interactive program that will calculate a child support amount based on the Arizona Child Support Guidelines that became effective April 1, 2018.(602) 452-3400Arizona
ChildrenChildren and Adolescents in Foster and Adoptive Care: Understanding Children’s Needs, Support and TreatmentA guide to behavioral health support and care for caregivers of children in foster or adoptive care from Mercy Maricopa Integrated Care, the regional behavioral health authorityMaricopa
ChildrenChildren's Action AllianceChildren’s Action Alliance is an independent voice for Arizona children at the state capitol and in the community. CAA works to improve children’s health, education, and security through information and action.(602) 266-0707Maricopa
AddictionChoice Recovery CenterChoice Recovery provides individuals with an environment, culture, and set of tools to succeed in recovery.(480) 527-0337Arizona
GriefChristy Center for Loss and RenewalProvides support in the grieving process after the death of a loved one. The meetings include a helpful video seminar, group discussion and a personal workbook for individual application of topics.(480) 775-5200Maricopa
Domestic ViolenceChrysalisOffers domestic violence shelters and transitional housing options. (602) 944-4999Maricopa
Resource SiteCircle of Hope Cancer MinistryA faith-based cancer support group for all. Facilitated by a breast cancer survivor walking through the cancer journey. Courage + Comfort= Hope. Maricopa
Family SupportCity of Phoenix Human Services DepartmentOffers a variety of social services to low-income households experiencing crisis. Services are provided through three family services centers, geographically dispersed throughout the city. Each center provides a broad range of assistance with urgent needs including utility, eviction prevention and/or move-in cost assistance. Caseworkers also provide employment, budgeting, social and life-skills development counseling assistance through case management services at the family and senior services centers. (602) 534-4732Maricopa
ChildrenCity of Scottsdale Youth and Family ServicesJuvenile Diversion and Restorative Justice Intervention Programs. Free resources and referrals for counseling services.(480) 312-7922Maricopa
AddictionCoast to Coast ReferralsRecovery Now TV is a no cost consultation hotline that provides referrals to drug & alcohol treatment centers nationwide. Our counselors will evaluate your situation and work with your health insurance provider to place you in a program that meets your needs. We can ensure that you are placed in the best treatment facility possible and receive the care you need for your unique circumstances.(800) 281-4731National
TeenCollective Resource HubResources for people and professionals who serve children and youth.(602) 258-5777Arizona
FoodCommodity Supplemental Food ProgramProviding monthly food boxes to individuals age 60 and over.(928) 899-0230National
Domestic ViolenceCommunity Alliance Against Family AbuseProvides safe housing, support groups, legal advocacy, and 1:1 empowerment sessions.(480) 982-0205Maricopa
AddictionCommunity BridgesCommunity Bridges, Inc. (CBI) uses a holistic—or integrated—approach to addiction treatment and behavioral health concerns. (877) 931-9142Arizona
LegalCommunity Legal ServicesCommunity Legal Services is a non-profit law firm committed to increasing fairness in the civil justice system by advocating, litigating, and educating on behalf of Arizona’s most underserved communities.(602) 258-3434Arizona
AddictionComplete Drug Rehab Resource GuideDrug Rehabs Arizona offers a comprehensive list of Drug Treatment and Alcoholism Treatment Centers to help you find which type of treatment is right for you or your loved one.(866) 339-0661Arizona
Mental HealthConnections AZ Urgent Psychiatric Care CenterAssessment and consultation, medication services, counseling, crisis services, court ordered evaluation and treatment services, peer support, and co-morbid treatment for select medical conditions.(602) 416-7600Maricopa
Mental HealthCOPA Health powered by Marc Community ResourcesNon profit organization that provides links to mental health resources to adults and children with developmental disabilities and behavioral health challenges.(480) 969-3800Arizona
TeenCovenant House Crisis hotline for troubled teens and families. Provides referrals to shelters and counseling services throughout the US and also provides housing and supportive services to youth facing homelessness. (800) 786-2929Maricopa
CrisisCrisis Response NetworkAt the Crisis Response Network our work is about Inspiring Hope in those who contact us seeking help. SMI (Seriously Mentally Ill).(855) 832-2866Arizona
CrisisCrisis Text LineText HOME to 741741 to connect with a Crisis Counselor.Text741741National
AddictionCrossroadsOffers transitional living for men and women in recovery from substance abuse. (602) 263-5242Maricopa
LegalDavid's HopeHelp to navigate the behavioral health and criminal justice systems.(602) 872-4685Arizona
Health PlanDCS/CMDPThe Comprehensive Medical and Dental Program (CMDP), within the Department of Child Safety (DCS), is a Medicaid managed acute health care program serving children and youth in foster care in the state of Arizona. (602) 351-2245Arizona
ChildrenDental Sealant ProgramMaricopa County's Office of Oral Health (Dental Care) administers the Arizona Department of Health Services' School-based Dental Sealant Program and the Delta Dental Foundation of Arizona Sealant Program. These programs provide dental screenings, sealants, education and referrals to 2nd and 6th grade children attending schools where at least 40% of the students participate in the Arizona Department of Education National School Lunch Program. (602) 506-6946Maricopa
DentalDentalPlans.comProvides an online portal to find discount dental plans by zip code.(888) 632-5353National
ChildrenDepartment of Child SafetyThe Office of Prevention has a variety of programs for healthy families, abuse prevention and safe sleep.Arizona
AdvocatesDepression and Bipolar Support AllianceOffers referrals for support groups, counseling services, medication services, and many other support services/materials.(800) 826-3632National
ChildrenDestiny HouseSupport for becoming a foster parent, adoption, and teens in foster care.(602) 639-2442Arizona
Social SecurityDisability Help CenterProvides assistance in obtaining Social Security Disability Benefits, and referrals for necessary resources. They assist with the application process, appeals process, or preparing for a hearing before an Administrative Law Judge.(888) 939-4092Arizona
Domestic ViolenceDomestic Shelters.orgFind answers to the most common domestic violence questions.(800) 799-7233National
DentalDonated Dental ServicesProvides comprehensive dental care at no charge to individuals who are elderly (65+), have a special need (SSDI), or are medically compromised (i.e., transplant waiting lists), and lack adequate income to pay for needed dental care or have no dental insurance. Must fill out an application and be placed on waiting list.(480) 850-1474Arizona
AddictionElba HouseA 10-bed Level II residential program, Elba House provides comprehensive substance abuse treatment and rehabilitative services targeting pregnant and parenting women.(602) 243-5492Arizona
CrisisEmpact Suicide Prevention CenterProvides 24/7 Crisis Response, Counseling, Psychiatry, Substance Abuse, Support Groups, Prevention, Sexual Assault Hotline and Trauma Services to individuals and families.(480) 784-1500Maricopa
AdvocatesEmpowerment Systems Inc.The Empowerment Learning Collaborative is a network of educational institutions and health care; Community Outreach and Resource Connection (CORC) connects community members to resources and social benefits; Arizona Living Well Institute (AZLWI) supports the Self-Management Resource Center’s Chronic Disease.(480) 367-6937Maricopa
AddictionFamilies AnonymousProvides 12-steop meeting information for families of people who use drugs or alcohol.  Also offers an online meeting format.(800) 736-9805Arizona
Domestic ViolenceFamily Advocacy CenterProvides comprehensive services to victims of violence, including counseling referrals, financial assistance referrals, and light case management. Assists with orders of protection and other legal issues surrounding the case.(602) 534-2120Maricopa
Family SupportFamily Involvement Center (FIC)FIC services are available all across Arizona. We have offices in Flagstaff, Prescott Valley, Phoenix, Glendale, and Tucson.(602) 288-0155Arizona
Warm LineFamily Involvement Center (FIC) WarmlineFIC is urging any who feels overwhelmed due to life’s current challenges to call the Warmline.(877) 568-8468Arizona
ChildrenFamily Learning CenterOffers an array of information and resources, as well as free fun and health-focused classes and activities Most activities open to all community members; many activities focused on children and youth.(602) 344-1352Maricopa
ChildrenFamily PromiseDesigned to meet the needs of homeless families in the Phoenix area, providing shelter, meals, educational services, and social support.(480) 659-5227Maricopa
Mental HealthFamily Service AgencyProvides counseling and medication services for a sliding scale fee based on income. Also offers an array of family based services and groups. Locations in Mesa, Phoenix, and Metro areas. Also offers a Community Re-integration Program for ex-offenders to assist with job placement and case management services.(602) 264-9891Maricopa
ChildrenFather Matters, Inc.Provides the tools necessary to empower men and women (fathers and mothers) and their families to improve community wellbeing. Parenting classes, job training, and family law assistance. (602) 774-3298Maricopa
ChildrenFirst Teeth FirstMaricopa County Office of Oral Health’s First Teeth First program provides dental screenings, parent education, fluoride varnish, and referrals to children five years of age and younger in the Northwest, Southwest, and Northeast Maricopa, and South Phoenix Regions in Maricopa County.(602) 506-6900Maricopa
Family SupportFirst Things FirstFoundation that supports families with children 0-5 with a variety of resources and programs throughout the state.(877) 803-7234Arizona
TeenFlorence CrittentonFlorence Crittenton is a community-based services program that is designed to support teens and youth so they can discover their self-worth and reach a higher level of independence.(602) 274-7549Maricopa
FoodFoothills Food BankThe Foothills Food Bank and Resource Center provides food, referral information, and financial assistance to individuals and families in need within our service area.(480) 488-1145Maricopa
ChildrenFoundation for Blind ChildrenCreates opportunities for anyone with vision loss to achieve. With three Valley locations (East Valley, West Valley and Central Phoenix), they strive to serve as "the" community's resource for blind, visually-impaired, and multi-handicapped children, adults, and their families.(602) 331-1470Maricopa
Mental HealthFoundations for ChangeKetamine therapy is provided as a service at our clinic Foundations for Change, where we also offer many other options to holistically address mental health for children, adolescents, adults, military personnel and first responders.(623) 879-9600Maricopa
Family SupportFresh Start Women's FoundationWhether adjusting to a career change, concerned about financial security, coping with difficult family relationships, or simply seeking opportunities for personal growth, Fresh Start is dedicated to supporting women who want to thrive.(602) 252-8494Maricopa
EducationFriendly HouseProvides free GED preparation classes, citizenship classes, literacy classes, health and financial literacy classes, and ESOL classes. Orientations are held once every three months. Must bring ID and proof of legal residency.(602) 416-7219Maricopa
Mental HealthFriendship Community Mental Health CenterPartial Hospitalization Program that offers group therapy, case management services, and some counseling, with a psychiatrist and RN on staff. They offer a sliding scale fee schedule based on client income.(602) 241-6656Maricopa
VeteransGive An HourOffers free counseling for military personnel and their families affected by the current conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan.Maricopa
ChildrenGood Fit Counseling CenterOffers counseling and therapy to children (ages 3 and under) and their families on a sliding scale fee schedule or insurance reimbursement. Services include play therapy, child and family counseling, assessments, and evaluations.(602) 200-0434Maricopa
EmploymentGoodwill One-Stop Career CentersCareer Centers that offer free job search and career development services to the community. There are 11 Career centers located throughout the valley that are equipped with computers, printers, internet, fax machines, and telephones. Certain career centers also offer free computer and customer service training.(602) 416-6174Arizona
HousingGreater Phoenix Urban LeagueOffers housing, employment, education, and small business programs to the community. Housing programs include Foreclosure Prevention Counseling, First Time Homebuyers Seminar, Affordable Low-Income Housing Referral assistance, and Neighborhood Stabilization programs. (602) 254-5611Arizona
Health PlanHealth Choice ArizonaHealth plan formally known as Steward Health Choice. TTY 711(800) 322-8670Arizona
Health PlanHealth Choice AZHealth Choice Arizona, we are committed to a collaborative approach with physicians, hospitals and all other providers in the medical communities of Apache, Coconino, Maricopa, Mohave, Navajo, Pima, Gila and Pinal counties.(800) 322-8670Arizona
FinancialHealthearizonaplus.govApply for nutrition, cash and medical assistance.Arizona
FinancialHealth-e-Choice ArizonaHealth-e-Arizona Plus is an on-line application for Arizona Residents. You can apply for medical coverage through AHCCCS, Nutrition Assistance (formerly know as the Food Stamp program), and Cash Assistance. Arizona
ChildrenHealthy FamiliesA community-based, family-centered, voluntary home visitation program serving at risk prenatal families and families with newborns through age five. The infant must be under three months of age at enrollment into the program as services are focused primarily on prevention through education and support in the homes of new parents.(602) 266-5976Maricopa
ChildrenHealthy StartOffers free perinatal case management services, health education events and learning opportunities to women and their families in South Phoenix and Maryvale.(602) 304-1166Maricopa
ChildrenHEAR For KidsProvides financial assistance with obtaining hearing aids for children who do not qualify for AHCCCS. Also offers loaner hearing aids while awaiting permanent devices.(602) 690-3975Arizona
ShopliftingHelp for Shoplifters“Help for Shoplifters” was started to provide a resource to help reduce and prevent shoplifting.  My goal is to help those who compulsively shoplift to stop, to prevent those who would shoplift from starting, and to better the community in general by adding an ever-increasing element of honesty and integrity through those who utilize our materials and resources.(712) 432-3900National
ChildrenHelping Families in NeedAssistance, whether it is financial, health, housing, or all of the above. Making a lasting change in the lives of Arizona's children and their families by securing affordable health care and other resources for those most in need.(800) 298-4343Maricopa
Peer & FamilyHeritage LaneAssisted living with mental health services - individualized behavioral, medical and medication services.(480) 788-5238Maricopa
Family SupportHomeward BoundOffer transitional living to families with children, and assists the families in achieving economic independence and obtaining safe, secure, affordable long term housing.(602) 263-7654Maricopa
SuicideHope Line Suicide Hotline National Suicide Prevention Lifeline. (800) 273-TALK(800) 273-8255National
Peer & FamilyHope Lives - Vive la EsperanzaPeer Support, Parent and Family Support, Substance Resources, Transportation, Socialization, Young Adult (18-25), Criminal Justice Jails and Prisons, Forensic Peer Support Provider, Peer Support Certification Training.(928) 440-5002Arizona
AddictionHope Women's CenterChemical Dependency recovery support, mentoring, counseling groups, education, resources and referrals.(480) 983-4673Maricopa
CommunicationHopelineProvides a phone and 3000 anytime minutes to domestic violence survivors affiliated with a local domestic violence agency.(602) 279-2900Arizona
Mental HealthHope's DoorOffers pre-crisis services in hopes to stay out of crisis. Hope’s Door offers ways to learn how to achieve whole-person wellness. Hope’s Door is run out of the SWN Highland Clinic by Recovery Empowerment Network.(602) 248-0368Maricopa
Mental HealthHorizon Health and Wellness Services include, children’s care, crisis help, domestic violence , family medicine / primary care, groups, habilitation , inpatient behavioral health, lab , observation unit (adult), outpatient behavioral health, pharmacy, psychiatric , residential, substance abuse , supported employment, supportive housing, and transportation. (833) 431-4449Maricopa
AddictionHushabye NurseryRecovery center for Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome.(480) 628-7500Arizona
ChildrenImmunizations (Adult, Child, Foreign Travel)Offers immunizations for adults, children, and foreign travel needs.(602) 506-6767Maricopa
AddictionIntensive Treatment Systems LLCIntensive Treatment Systems (ITS) is a CARF accredited, outpatient substance use treatment program providing Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) to patients who are affected by Opioid Use Disorder and/or Alcohol Use Disorder.(855) 245-6350Arizona
Native AmericanInter Tribal Council of Arizona, Inc.The Inter Tribal Council of Arizona was established in 1952 to provide a united voice for tribal governments located in the State of Arizona to address common issues of concerns.(602) 258-4822Arizona
FoodInterfaith Cooperative MinistriesOffers a food and clothing bank. Must bring photo ID and proof of address. Also offers a free monthly health clinic - call for details.(602) 254-7450Maricopa
ChildrenInternet EssentialsProvides low cost internet service ($9.95/month), a low-cost computer ($150), and free internet training for families with children receiving free school lunch assistance.(855) 846-8376National
Involuntary CommitmentInvoluntary Commitment COE COTTitle 36 (involuntary commitment) law information in Arizona.Arizona
EmploymentJob Accommodation NetworkOffers information and resources regarding workplace accommodations and ADA legislation. Offers resources for both job seekers and employers.(800) 526-7234National
AdvocatesKeogh Health ConnectionKeogh connects people to health insurance, nutrition assistance, and financial support in times of personal struggle. Keogh’s extensive network of partners allows us to help clients navigate our complex health care system and directs them to critical resources.(602) 266-0397Maricopa
LegalLaw for KidsProvides information and resources to teach children and teens about the law. Specific goal of educating Arizona's youth, their parents, communities and schools to increase their knowledge about youth laws and to encourage law-abiding behavior.(602) 340-7366Arizona
LegalLegal Services CorporationNational find legal aid site.(202) 295-1500National
LBGTQ+LGBTQ ConsortiumIncreasing the health and wellness of LGBTQ Arizonans by eliminating health disparities and injustice.Maricopa
Mental HealthLifewellLifewell Behavioral Wellness is a non-profit integrated healthcare agency providing treatment, services and support for low-income clients diagnosed with serious mental illness (SMI), general mental health issues, and substance abuse disorders.(602) 808-2822Arizona
EducationLiteracy Volunteers of Maricopa CountyOffers Adult Basic Education and GED preparation classes. Also provides computer assisted instruction in basic reading, GED, and ESOL. (602) 274-3430Maricopa
AdvocatesLive and Learn ProgramHelping women impacted by poverty and violence.(602) 583-7052Maricopa
Family SupportLSS Family Resource Center - First Evangelical Lutheran Church - West Mesa
Offers support for parents and families, including child and parent workshops, resource referral, SNAP and AHCCCS enrollment, developmental screenings, parenting coaching and education.(480) 489-5772Maricopa
Family SupportLutheran Social Services of the SouthwestStabilize people during crisis and transition, build a foundation where people can thrive, and preserve dignity and respect for the most vulnerable.  Also offer aging and disability services, children and family services, emergency services, refugee and immigration services.(480) 396-3795Maricopa
Health PlanMagellan Complete CareIntegrated Health Neighborhoods, where our team works with you to coordinate your healthcare, connect you with local resources and get the services you need.(800) 424-5891Arizona
EducationMagellan Health ServicesMagellan and DBSA have partnered to create online Peer Support Courses to educate a variety of audiences about the role of Peer Specialists in promoting recovery. Hosted on Magellan’s Resiliency and Recovery E-Learning Center, these courses are free.Maricopa
DentalMagic SmilesProvides professional dental care to children, teens, and adults at discounted prices to those without dental insurance. No proof of citizenship necessary.(602) 253-6600Maricopa
LegalMaricopa County Legal Self-Help CenterCivil legal Self-help Center for Maricopa County courts. Includes forms and instructions for those who want to represent themselves.(602) 506-7353Maricopa
CrisisMaricopa CRISIS Line (Crisis Response Network)When life is overwhelming, you can’t cope, you’re worried about a loved one, or you just need to talk, immediate and confidential help is available 24/7/365.(602) 222-9444Maricopa
CrisisMental Health America of Arizona Talk with Warm Line specialists who offer peer support for callers who just need to talk.(602) 347-1100Maricopa
AddictionMental Health and Substance Use DisordersProvides information on the connection between substance use disorders and mental illness.National
Support GroupsMental Health ArizonaA free listing of Mental Health and Peer Support Groups in AZ.Maricopa
AdvocatesMental Health Awareness Coalition To educate the public regarding understanding, awareness and acceptance of mental health issues in the general community, while working to reduce stigma and discrimination associated with mental health in adults and children. Maricopa
ChildrenMentally Ill Kids in Distress (MIKID)Offering respite services direct care providers are able to provide rest and relief for families and youth in the Children’s Behavioral Health System. (928) 775-4448Arizona
Health PlanMercy Care PlanMercy Care is a not-for-profit health plan offering integrated care to children, adults and seniors eligible for AHCCCS benefits. (800) 624-3879Arizona
Health PlanMercy Maricopa Integrated Care of ArizonaProvides information on county covered behavioral health services. Individuals or families can call to request an assessment/intake for behavioral health services.(800) 564-5465Maricopa
EducationMesa Laubach Literacy CouncilTutors teach ESL, English, reading, and math to English and non-English speaking adults.(480) 964-3833Maricopa
DentalMidwestern Dental ClinicProvides a full range of affordable dental care by students to the community. Provides free or low cost dental services to adults and children. Must complete "hardship" form to determine cost of care.(623) 537-6000Maricopa
VeteransMilitary One SourceProvides information for benefits, deployments, reintegration, moves, parenthood, retirement and more.(800) 342-9647National Connects service members, families and veterans to a wide range of services and benefits from discounts and mentors to government benefits and scholarships.National
ChildrenMiracle EarProvides assistance with hearing aids for children under the age of 16 with parent(s) who make less than $50,000/year.  Child must live in the US, fill out an application, and have a current audiogram.(800) 234-5422Maricopa
MedicalMountain Park Health CenterServices include medical, behavioral health, dental, nutrition, and pharmacy. Full care clinic.(602) 323-3419Maricopa
ChildrenMy Child's ReadyProvides free information, support, and education about your child’s development for expecting parents or parents of children ages 0-5 in Mesa, Gilbert, and Queen Creek.(480) 304-9440Maricopa
AddictionMy Hope For AddictionOur purpose is to walk alongside, equip and care for those who struggle with addiction. There is hope, and lasting change is possible.(480) 782-0403Maricopa
MedicalMy Life LineMyLifeLine exists to easily connect cancer patients and caregivers with friends and family in order to reduce stress, anxiety, and isolation.(888) 793-9355National
Domestic ViolenceMy Sister's PlaceDomestic violence shelter for women and children in the East Valley with meals and linens provided.(480) 821-1024Maricopa
CrisisNAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness)Help navigating a Mental Health Crisis.National
Peer & FamilyNAMI ArizonaCoordinates activities of NAMI Affiliates in Arizona and serves as a state organization of NAMI.(480) 994-4407Arizona
Peer & FamilyNAMI Valley of the SunNAMI Affiliate that covers Maricopa county. Please refer to their website for a list of classes and support groups.(602) 347-1100Maricopa
AddictionNarcotics AnonymousProvides information for local twelve step groups open to all.(480) 897-4636Arizona
Domestic ViolenceNational Advocacy and Training NetworkAn international network of survivors, volunteers, advocates, staff and professionals who strive for the prevention of domestic violence and abuse through quality training programs tailored to specific needs, enhancing recovery and the quality of life for survivors through transitional housing, counseling, and support.(602) 369-7792National
LegalNational Alliance on Mental IllnessProvides information and resources related to creating a psychiatric advance directive (PAD) specific to each state. Provides a link to specific forms necessary for completing an Advance Directive.National
Peer & FamilyNational Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI)National grassroots organization providing support for peers, family member, and care givers of people with mental illness.National
AddictionNational Association for Children of AlcoholicsWe are the National Association for Children of Addiction (NACoA) and our mission is to eliminate the adverse impact of alcohol and drug use on children and families. We envision a world in which no child who struggles because of family addiction will be left unsupported.(888) 554-2626National
LegalNational Center for State CourtsInformation about courts in all states.(800) 616-6164Arizona
LegalNational Center on Poverty LawInformation about issues facing low income clients.(312) 263-3830National
ChildrenNational Center on Secondary Education and TransitionCoordinates national resources, offers technical assistance, and disseminates information related to secondary education and transition for youth with disabilities in order to create opportunities for youth to achieve successful futures. Offers additional online programs for development and transition planning, including, Transition Solutions, and Check and Connect.(612) 624-2097National
Domestic ViolenceNational Coalition Against Domestic ViolenceProvides a national hotline that can provide crisis support, emotional support, advocacy and legal service referrals, and other supportive services.(800) 799-7233National
AddictionNational Council On Alcoholism and Drug Dependence (NCADD) NCADD Phoenix is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing substance abuse treatment to women through a variety of programs to address induvial needs.(800) 622-2255National
CrisisNational Disaster Distress Helpline24/7 national service that offers phone- and text-based crisis counseling and support to people in distress related to any natural or human-caused disaster. Text: "TalkWithUs" or ("Hablanos" for Spanish-speaking) to 66746. The Helpline immediately connects callers to trained and caring professionals from the closest crisis counseling center in the nationwide network of centers. The Helpline staff will provide confidential counseling, referrals and other needed support services. (800) 985-5990National
Domestic ViolenceNational Domestic Violence HotlineAt the National Domestic Violence Hotline, our highly trained expert advocates are available 24/7 to talk confidentially with anyone in the United States who is experiencing domestic violence, seeking resources or information, or questioning unhealthy aspects of their relationship.(800) 799-7233National
CrisisNational Drug HelplineOffers 24/7 drug and alcohol help to those with addiction, including information regarding treatment and recovery.(844) 289-0879National
CrisisNational Hopeline NetworkProvides a free 24 hour hotline to anyone experiencing a crisis.(800) 442-4673National
ChildrenNational Hotline for Missing & Exploited ChildrenProvides resources, information, and support for issues regarding child protection.(800) 843-5678Maricopa
ChildrenNational Hunger Hotline and Summer Food Service Program (SFSP)The Summer Food Service Program (SFSP) was established to ensure that low-income children continue to receive nutritious meals when school is not in session. Free meals, that meet Federal nutrition guidelines, are provided to all children 18 years old and under at approved SFSP sites in areas with significant concentrations of low-income children.(866) 348-6479National
ChildrenNational Indian Law LibraryLegal information and help regarding Native American parental rights, custody, visitation; Indian Child Welfare Act (ICWA).(303) 447-8760Arizona
Native AmericanNational Indian Law LibraryLegal help, information, and resources for Native Americans.(303) 447-8760Arizona
AddictionNational Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA)Offers information and referrals for addiction, treatment, and recovery.(800) 662-4357National
AddictionNational non-profit helplineProvides detailed information on all state-licensed and certified rehabilitation programs for substance use disorders in Flagstaff.(877) 882-9275National
ChildrenNational Runaway SafelineHere to listen. Here to help. You can immediately share your story with a compassionate person and build a plan together. Visit the website to chat, email or join a forum.(800) 786-2929National
CrisisNational Suicide Prevention LifelineOffers 24/7 free and confidential support for people in distress, prevention and crisis resources for you or your loved ones.(800) 273-8255National
Native AmericanNative American Community Health Center, Inc. dba NATIVE HEALTHNATIVE HEALTH currently provides a wide range of programs, including primary medical, dental, behavioral health, WIC (available at four sites), and community health and wellness programs.(602) 279-5262Maricopa
Native AmericanNative American Connections IncImproving the lives of individuals and families through Native American culturally appropriate behavioral health, affordable housing, and community development services.(602) 424-2060Arizona
Anger ManagementNative HealthOffers 12-week Anger Management groups for adults and teens ages 13 - 17. Program will teach individuals how to manage anger effectively, stop violence or the threat of violence, and develop self control over thoughts and actions. (602) 279-5262Maricopa
MedicalNeighborhood Christian CenterProvides sliding scale fee for service medical and dental care to qualifying individuals. Must go to the clinic to become a new patient. Proof of citizenship not required.(602) 258-6008Maricopa
MedicalNeighborhood Outreach Access to Health (NOAH)All NOAH clinics provide medical care to uninsured, underserved patients of all ages within Maricopa County. Certain criteria are used to determine an individual’s fee which is based on a sliding scale. Also accepts most insurance plans, including AHCCCS. Offers family medicine, pediatric care, dental services, behavioral health and prevention.(480) 882-4317Maricopa
LegalNever AgainProvides civil litigation and legal representation for surviving family members of victims of domestic violence deaths.(480) 539-9111Arizona
Domestic ViolenceNew Life CenterProvides emergency shelter and related services to victims of domestic violence and their children.(623) 932-4404Maricopa
ChildrenNew Song Center for Grieving ChildrenOffers grief support for children, teens, young adults and parents or family caregivers. The center also offers grief education for caregivers, community groups, clergy, medical and mental health professionals.(480) 951-8985Maricopa
Family SupportNorthwest Valley Community Resource GuideThe City of Peoria and City of Surprise collaborated to create a quick reference guide to provide contact information for assistance with food, shelter, homelessness, domestic violence and many other local resources.(623) 222-1600Maricopa
Childrennot MY kidOffers local resources including drug testing information, support group information, and crisis information, as well as educational materials to help parents and young adults make informed choices to avoid destructive behavior.(602) 584-8474Maricopa
ChildrenNurse Family PartnershipOffers free home visits by a Registered Nurse (RN) for women pregnant with their first child. The RN provides health and development education, life coaching, assistance locating appropriate resources, and prenatal education. Services continue through the child's second birthday.(602) 224-1740Arizona
ChildrenOffice for Children, Youth, and FamiliesProvides resources, promotes citizen engagement and leads innovative projects to strengthen and empower families and communities in Arizona.(602) 542-4043Arizona
FinancialOffice Of Child Support EnforcementOCSE partners with federal, state, tribal and local governments and others to promote parental responsibility so that children receive support from both parents even when they live in separate households.National
AdvocatesOffice of Human RightsProvides free assistance to those determined to have a Serious Mental Illness in Arizona.(602) 364-4585Arizona
AddictionOmega CounselingProvides individual and group counseling on a variety of issues including domestic violence, substance abuse, and anger management. No verification of citizenship required.(602) 495-9306Maricopa
LGBTQ+one-n-tenOne-n-ten provides a safe, social environment for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and questioning (LGBTQ) youth. Offers drop-in social support services for LGBTQ youth ages 14-22 to develop positive self-acceptance through life enhancing programs and connection with local resources. Offers two weekly meetings and various social events and resources. Offers GED services, job development, benefits assistance, HIV testing, and a soup kitchen/food box kitchen 4 days/week. All services are free, and there are no citizenship requirements.(602) 279-0894Arizona
Mental HealthPacific Rim Hearing Voices NetworkA collaboration of people with lived experience, family members, mental health professionals and allies dedicated to creating greater understanding and stronger resources for people who experience voices, visions and other unusual or unshared realities.National
AdvocatesPAFCO PAFCO works toward rebalancing budget priorities, restoring essential health and human services funding, promoting sustainable policy solutions that end cycles of poverty, and advocating for equitable access to the ballot box.Arizona
AdvocatesPAIMI - (Protection and Advocacy for Individuals with Mental Illness) Advisory Council)Pursuant to federal statute, the Council “…will advise the system on policies and priorities to be carried out in protecting and advocating for the rights of mentally ill individuals…"(800) 927-2260Maricopa
ChildrenParents as TeachersOffers free Parent Educator services for families with a child age birth to five. Services include home visits, resource and referral, group meetings (with free childcare), and child screenings.(480) 388-3292Arizona
LBGTQ+PFLAG Parents, Families, and Friends of Lesbians and GaysSupport, education, and advocacy.(928) 351-1076National
DentalPhoenix College Dental ClinicOffers discounted dental cleanings. Closed during summer months.(602) 285-7777Maricopa
AddictionPhoenix Dream CenterOffers a free 15 month faith-based residential recovery program for men and women, shelter and other assistance to victims of human trafficking, hunger relief program to single mothers and families living below the poverty level, affordable living for working single men and women, and a neighborhood revitalization program.(602) 346-8700Maricopa
AddictionPhoenix Indian Medical CenterOffers outpatient substance abuse treatment and mental health counseling, as well as inpatient medical services for Native Americans belonging to a federally recognized tribe.(602) 263-1200Maricopa
HomelessPhoenix Rescue MissionOffers three free meals a day for anyone, and shelter services for adult men. Offers daily showers for men, women, and children, spiritual support, e-mail, and voicemail services. A safe day labor pick up station. Also offers a substance abuse program for adult men.(602) 233-3000Maricopa
DentalPhoenix VA Health Care Dental ServicesOffers dental care on sliding scale (low cost) basis for patients who are 21years of age or older and cannot afford dental care.(602) 277-5551Maricopa
ChildrenPilgrim Rest Baptist ChurchOffers a variety of family services and resources including food programs, adoption and foster care resources for grandparents, child and youth services information, counseling and mental health services, employment information and referrals, ex-offender resources, financial/loan assistance, and general assistance, plus information on health care and for seniors. Also financial assistance (benevolence) for individuals and families who are in crisis situations.(602) 258-0831Maricopa
VeteransPTSD Foundation of America - ArizonaProvides hope and healing for the unseen wounds of war. (832) 912-4429Maricopa
Developmental DisabilitiesRainbow AcresResidential community serving adults with developmental disabilities.(928) 567-5231National
ChildrenRaising Special KidsOffers free information, training, resources, and support to families of children (up to age 22) with disabilities and special health care needs. Services include free training workshops, parent-to-parent matching services, and resource/referral information.(602) 242-4366Arizona
Resource SiteRape, Abuse, and Incest National Network Provides information, referrals, and telephonic or online support for victims of rape or abuse.(800) 656-4673National
EducationRecovery Empowerment NetworkOffers free education and training programs for learning more about mental illness and becoming a Peer Support Specialist, as well as free peer advocacy services.(602) 248-0368Maricopa
CrisisRecovery Innovations (RIAZ) Urgent CareOffers inpatient stabilization and crisis services.(602) 650-1212Maricopa
AddictionRehab CenterA drug or alcohol problem is not a death sentence—you can get your life back and be the person you were meant to be. The benefits of recovery include a renewed outlook, a wiser disposition, and a more energetic and ambitious is the Web’s most comprehensive guide to quality rehab centers and addiction treatment. We offer free and confidential information about the many effective and empowering rehab options available today.(800) 406-7633Arizona
LegalRescued Not Arrested Inc.Rescued Not Arrested Inc. is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that uses unique outreach methods to reduce both recidivism and incarceration. Among other services, Rescued Not Arrested Inc. provides support groups, housing partners to assist in transition, assistance with employment upon release, and free English and Spanish NIV Bibles.(602) 647-8325Arizona
AddictionResilient HealthFull range of classes for children, adults and families that identify and treat trauma to help you build lifelong resilience. Resiliency Experience creates a safe place for you to learn the tools to get through the challenges in your life. (480) 349-8556Maricopa
ChildrenResource Guide for Students with DisabilitiesThis guide helps prospective students and their families self-advocate and be aware of the resources and provisions in place at colleges and universities to help them succeed. It also brings awareness to rights and responsibilities of students with disabilities, helps them learn how to take advantage of myriad services, and offers expert advice.National
DentalRio Salado Dental ClinicDental cleanings, including radiographs. Provided by student hygienists under the supervision of licensed hygienists and dentists. Call for current prices, hours and more information.(480) 517-8000Maricopa
FoodRio Vista CenterSupporting local communities with food, clothing and other resources while providing hope and care to everyone we serve.(602) 689-7457Maricopa
Peer SupportRising Star Wellness Center (NAZCARE)Provides peer support, life skills, and supported employment services to those with Serious Mental Illness (SMI), general mental health concerns, substance use disorders, and co-occurring issues.(480) 982-1514Central
Mental HealthS.T.A.R. Stand Together and Recover CentersS.T.A.R. helps individuals live the life they love and encourages them to reach their full potential by providing skills to gain employment, enhance social connections, and improve overall wellness.(602) 231-0071Maricopa
CommunicationSafeLink WirelessProvides a free wireless phone with free minutes to individuals in Arizona already receiving state assistance or with income less than 150% Federal Poverty Level.(602) 487-7578National
AddictionSan Tan Valley Substance Abuse Coalition To provide recovery, education, and prevention resources to those affected by substance abuse and, or mental health disorders. (480) 525-3562Central
Family SupportSave the FamilyProvides transitional housing for homeless families with supportive services. Support services include rental subsidy, case management, life skills, outreach services, and more.(480) 898-0228Maricopa
Family SupportSchizophrenia And Related Disorders Alliance of AmericaPsychosis Support & Acceptance (SA) and Families For Care (FFC) Conference Call Support Groups.National
FinancialScottsdale Community PartnersProvides emergency assistance to Scottsdale youth, families, and seniors who find themselves in crisis situations. Provides food, transportation vouchers, prescription co-pay assistance, and rent and utility assistance.(480) 312-2323Maricopa
AddictionSense ProgramSense is a program for substance abused newborns to provide a safe environment by providing counseling, education, coordination of services, medical, and much, much more. This is a program of Arizona Families First.(602) 633-8180Arizona
Domestic ViolenceSexual Assault HotlineA hotline for victims of sexual assault that provides a safe conversation and counseling.(800) 656-4673National
Domestic ViolenceShelter without WallsShelter for victims escaping domestic violence.(602) 452-4640Arizona
ShopliftingSmart RecoveryOffers free, self-empowering, science-based mutual help groups for abstaining from any substance or activity addiction. Seven weekly meetings in the Phoenix area; see website for details.(440) 951-5357Arizona
Social SecuritySocial Security and Disability Resource CenterProvides information on the federal disability benefit programs, SSD (social security disability, mandated under title II of the social security act) and SSI (supplemental security income, mandated under title 16), in addition to answering questions about social security retirement benefits and providing resource links on topics such as Medicare.Arizona
Domestic ViolenceSojourner CenterOffers a 24-hour crisis line to provide information about shelters and safety planning. Offers emergency food, housing, clothing, and other support services for families affected by domestic violence. Offers transitional housing for families leaving shelters. Also provides advocacy services, lay legal advocacy, and family enrichment programs.(602) 244-0089Maricopa
AddictionSonoran Prevention WorksSonoran Prevention Works is the only comprehensive harm reduction organization that combines direct service, legislative advocacy, and capacity building to create stronger, healthier communities for people made vulnerable by substance use.(480) 442-7086Arizona
Mental HealthSouthwest Behavioral Health Crisis RecoveryOpiate treatment program, counseling, case management, psychiatric evaluations, medication monitoring, methadone and suboxone treatment, and health and wellness.(602) 258-3600Maricopa
Mental HealthSouthwest Behavioral ServicesWe inspire people to feel better and reach their potential.  Through helping people discover their strengths, we improve our communities.(602) 265-8338Arizona
ChildrenSouthwest Human DevelopmentOffers counseling and therapy to children (ages 3 and under) and their families on a sliding scale fee schedule or insurance reimbursement. Services include play therapy, child and family counseling, assessments, and evaluations.(602) 200-0434Maricopa
ChildrenSt. Luke's Behavioral Health CenterIf your child or teen is depressed, has suicidal intentions, anxiety, hallucinations, paranoia, mood swings or destructive anger, they may need additional support and treatment to help them get through this difficult time. In addition, the Adolescent Chemical Dependency program provides inpatient medical detoxification and outpatient treatment for dependency on alcohol, stimulants, opiates, prescription drugs, or illicit drugs to those ages 13 through 17.(602) 251-8535Maricopa
MedicalSt. Vincent de Paul Health CenterOffers free medical clinic based on need and availability. Has a medical equipment loan program for low income individuals. Also offers a lottery for free dental care. Must call and leave a message. Also has a limited fund for free eye surgery for those who qualify.(602) 261-6868Arizona
TeenStanding Strong Teen ProgramOffers a 12-week outpatient and community-based substance abuse treatment program with a focus on minority teens.(602) 424-2060Arizona
Peer SupportStonewall InstituteProvides safe and confidential services for adults with psychiatric and addictions issues. Also, to transform the lives of people with substance use issues by offering hope for recovery and exceptional clinical care.(602) 535-6468Arizona
VeteransStudent Veterans of AmericaSupport and resources for veterans attending college, 26 in Arizona.(202) 223-4710National
AddictionSubstance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) is the agency within the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services that leads public health efforts to advance the behavioral health of the nation. SAMHSA's mission is to reduce the impact of substance abuse and mental illness on America's communities.(800) 662-4357National
TeenTeen Crisis LineA national hot and text line for teens that need support and someone to talk with.(800) 852-8336National
TeenTeen Life Line and National Runaway helplineSafe, confidential helplines for Arizona teens in crisis… tools to take charge of your wellness.(602) 248-8336National
LBGTQ+Teen Lifeline – 24-Hour HotlineYou’re not alone. We’re here to listen and help: 602-248-8336 (TEEN) or Statewide in Arizona 800-248-8336 (TEEN). Life Skills Development Training for teens interested in becoming Peer Counselors.(602) 248-8336Arizona
ComputerTempe Public LibraryFree computer classes offered every Saturday with instruction about the Internet, e-mail, Microsoft Word, and social networking. (480) 350-5511Maricopa
ClothingTempe United Methodist ChurchOffers shower program Mondays and Fridays 6am-9am. Also offers breakfast and access to a clothing bank (up to 4 items per visit).(480) 967-3376Maricopa
CrisisTerros HealthMental Health and crisis services including medical transportation.(602) 685-6000Maricopa
ChildrenText4BabyOffers free text-length text health messages containing personal and timely health information and resources for pregnant moms. Messages are timed to the due date, and continue through the first year of the baby's life. Text4Baby works with most cell phone carriers, so all messages are free and do not count toward any text message limits.TextBABYto511411National
ChildrenThe Center for Autism and Related DisordersOffers free therapy to Northeast Valley children who have behavior problems. The short-term therapy is for families with children up to age 5 who don't have to have an autism diagnosis to qualify. Families must live in Scottsdale, Paradise Valley, Fountain Hills, Cave Creek, Carefree or on the Fort McDowell Reservation. There are no income restrictions.(602) 325-2485Maricopa
FoodThe Cultural Cup Food bank and supportive assistance.(602) 266-8670Maricopa
AddictionThe MeadowsThe Meadows exists to heal your unresolved emotional trauma and provide you with the tools to transform your life.(866) 331-3102Arizona
Domestic ViolenceThe National Domestic Violence HotlineHotline advocates are available for victims and anyone calling on their behalf to provide crisis intervention, safety planning, information and referrals to agencies in all 50 states. Information is offered in both English and Spanish. Offers information on the Violence Against Women Act, which allows domestic abuse victims to pursue citizenship if they are married to their abuser, if the abuse is a U.S. citizen or legal resident, and if the victim assists law enforcement.(800) 799-7233National
SuicideThe National Suicide Prevention Lifeline A United States-based suicide prevention network of 161 crisis centers that provides a 24/7, toll-free hotline available to anyone in suicidal crisis or emotional distress. (800) 273-8255National
ChildrenThe New Song Center for Grieving ChildrenWhen tragedy claims the life of a loved one, families often need help finding a way to heal. The New Song Center for Grieving Children is here to provide nurturing support for grieving children, teens, young adults and their families.(602) 530-6900Maricopa
AddictionThe Potter's HouseOffers outpatient substance abuse treatment, including individual, family, and group counseling. They work with the criminal justice system and offer sex offender treatment. (602) 254-9701Arizona
Family SupportThe Salvation ArmyProvides assistance with food, rent payments, utility payments, transportation costs, prescription costs, hygiene supplies, counseling, clothing, and other emergency assistance for individuals and families in need. Programs located throughout the valley. (602) 267-4122Maricopa
LGBTQ+The Trevor ProjectProvides crisis intervention and suicide prevention for LGBTQ youth.(866) 488-7386National
ChildrenThrive to Five Family Resource CentersThrive To Five provides family support services to parents and/or caregivers of children aged birth to five years old. Thrive To Five has the goals of promoting understanding of early child development and brain growth and to provide families and caregivers with the knowledge, skills and resources to help children reach their potential and enter school ready to learn. Maricopa
AddictionThunderbird Treatment CenterSAMHSA-certified Opioid Treatment Program.(602) 938-2301Maricopa
AddictionTogether AZProvides information and resources to assist with addictions issues. Also hosts a yearly "Art of Recovery" Expo to offer free education, resources, and solutions for addiction recovery and behavioral health.(480) 767-7880Arizona
AddictionTogether We StandSober living facility to assist men with recovery from alcohol and drugs. Willing to accept men without money up front and assist in locating employment. Required to complete 90 meetings in 90 days. Must have ID and proof of citizenship.(602) 285-0281Arizona
LBGTQ+Trans LifelineTrans Lifeline is a trans-led organization that connects trans people to the community, support, and resources they need to survive and thrive.(877) 565-8860National
Mental HealthTransitionalHousing.orgTransitional housing is supportive housing that helps fight the homeless problem in todays society. (602) 248-7993Maricopa
LegalTreatment Advocacy CenterOffers information and statistics about the Arizona Civil Commitment process, crisis issues, guardian ship & HIPPA as well as links to legal forms.(703) 294-6001Arizona
AddictionTreatment Referral Routing ServiceThis helpline provides 24-hour free and confidential treatment referral and information about mental and/or substance use disorders, prevention, and recovery in English and Spanish(800) 662-4357Arizona
Health PlanUnited Health CareUnitedHealthcare Community Plan, a Medicaid plan. They also offer the leading dual health plan for people who have both Medicaid and Medicare.(800) 348-4058Arizona
ChildrenUnitedHealthcare Children's FoundationOffers a grant program to cover the cost of medical-related services and equipment for children (hearing aids, speech therapy, wheelchairs, etc.) not covered fully covered by the available commercial health benefit plan.(952) 992-4459Arizona
ChildrenUnlimited PotentialOffers literacy and educational programs for Hispanic women and children age 5 and under including a bilingual family literacy program; adult education programs covering self-esteem, literacy, and English; and early childhood programs fostering language and socialization. (602) 243-7376Arizona
ImmigrationUS Immigration SupportU.S. Immigration Support can help you save on legal fees by providing the latest U.S. Immigration news and application procedures so you can submit your own application without the assistance of an immigration lawyer. Offers information on the U-Visa for immigrants who are the victims of crimes.(646) 233-3836National
Mental HealthValle Del Sol IncValle del Sol offers a variety of behavioral services for  youth, families and adults.(602) 258-6797Arizona
AddictionValley HospitalValley Hospital is a private freestanding hospital specializing in mental health and chemical dependency care, and offers inpatient, outpatient, and partial hospitalization programs for adults. Valley Hospital also offers a free initial mental health and chemical dependency assessment and referral services for adults. Most major insurance accepted; no sliding scale option.(602) 952-3939Maricopa
VeteransVeterans Crisis Line1-800-273-TALK (1-800-273-8255) Crisis line for Veterans.(800) 273-8255National
CrisisVeteran's Crisis LineThe Veterans Crisis Line connects Veterans in crisis and their families and friends with qualified, caring Department of Veterans Affairs responders through a confidential toll-free hotline, online chat, or text. The website also offers a resource locator and additional online resources.(800) 273-8255National
Warm LineVisions of Hope WARM LineOffers a healthy choice when you need non-crisis, non-judgmental, non-clinical, confidential support. Open every night from 4 pm to 12 am. Operated by Peer Support Specialists.(602) 347-1100Maricopa
AddictionVogue Recovery CenterWith locations in Arizona, Nevada and California, Vogue Recovery Center offers a wide variety of different programs and treatment options to help overcome addiction. (877) 633-9134Arizona
AddictionWD Recovery and Wellness Center LLC Offers treatment for eating disorders, substance abuse, PTSD, sex addiction, alcoholism, self harm, and gambling.(480) 681-0454Maricopa
ChildrenWellCare FoundationWell Care programs offer the full continuum of care; homelessness, psychiatric instability, substance abuse. We strive to improve access to the resources needed to meet our clients’ needs including prescription medications, outpatient counseling, MAT, intensive case management, housing, transportation and many other services listed.(602) 263-7619Arizona
EducationWesley Community CenterOffers classes for pre-GED, ESOL (English for Speakers of Other Languages), English Language Acquisition for Adults, and conversational Spanish. Also offers computer literacy classes and computer instruction classes. Childcare is provided.(623) 849-1676Maricopa
MedicalWesley Health CenterProvides medical health care services on a sliding scale fee schedule. No proof of citizenship required.(602) 257-4323Maricopa
Domestic ViolenceWest Care Domestic Violence Intervention ProgramWestcare provides a variety of services and referral to those experiencing Domestic Violence.(928) 763-1945Arizona
ChildrenWest Mesa Family Resource CenterOffers support for parents and families, including child and parent workshops, resource referral, SNAP and AHCCCS enrollment, developmental screenings, parenting coaching and education, and more.(480) 489-5772Maricopa
General HelpWest Valley Human Services Alliance (WVHSA)The West Valley Human Services Alliance improves the quality of life in the West Valley. Maricopa
TransportationWheelchair GetawaysRent, sell and service wheelchair accessible vehicles. (800) 642-2042National
Resource SiteWildfireThe People’s Information Guide is a comprehensive listing of hundreds of free and low-cost services and programs throughout Arizona. Eligibility requirements may apply.(602) 604-0640Arizona
MedicalWomen's Health Coalition of AZRaises public awareness of the basic components of accessing health care, nutrition and wellness. WHC provides assistance to low income and under-served women and their families who often do not receive preventative healthcare services.(602) 254-6162Maricopa
ChildrenWright's LawProvides accurate, reliable information about special education law, education law, and advocacy for children with disabilities.National
ChildrenYouth BuildOffers a paid GED and job skills training program for youth (ages 16-24). Some income limitations, but can accept individuals above income on case-by-case basis.(602) 238-4334Maricopa
ChildrenYouth RisingYouth Rising, formerly Workshops for Youth and Families, is a non-profit organization dedicated to “Empowering Youth to Thrive in Life”. We offer powerful, dynamic programs for pre-teens and teens that build character, inspire positive wellbeing, strengthen leadership, build community, and foster social emotional development and resilience.National