Welcome to the Navajo County Arizona Mental Health Resources page! This page ONLY includes resources in Navajo 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.
Promotes individual empowerment by providing safe, confidential choices and culturally sensitive support to victims and survivors of Domestic Violence through Advocacy, Shelter, Education and Resources.
Each Health Plan has an 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. The State OIFA Office Mission: The Office of Individual and Family Affairs (OIFA) promotes recovery, resiliency, and wellness for individuals with mental health … Continue reading "Health Choice Office for Individual and Family Affairs (OIFA)"
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"
For help during a mental health crisis in Apache, Coconino, Gila, Mohave, Navajo and Yavapai Counties. When life gets overwhelming, it’s easy to think nobody cares. This Crisis Line provides immediate and confidential support to anybody facing a personal crisis. 877-756-4090 Their trained Crisis Intervention Specialists are available around the clock and provide assistance in … Continue reading "Crisis Response Network Northern AZ Crisis Line"
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