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Behavioral, Emotional Health

Multiple resources and programs to support youth and families. Behavioral health & trauma response, foster care & adoption, family education & support, and many more.

State-wide

Phone: (480)503-8530

Website: https://www.arizonaschildren.org

Offers specialized teen programs dealing with depression, substance abuse, aggression, rebellion, self-injury and suicidal behaviors

Valley-wide

Work Phone: (877) 870-7012

Website: https://www.auroraarizona.com/

CPLC offers a comprehensive range of bilingual and bi-cultural services in behavioral health, domestic violence, substance abuse…and more!

State-wideWork

Phone: (602) 257-0700

Website: https://cplc.org/

Programs and services are available in both Pima and Maricopa County to address the needs in children and adults. Comprehensive medical and behavioral health services.

Mesa

Work Phone: (602) 313-4525

Website: http://www.devereux.org/site/PageServer?pagename=ahwc_index

Services are provided for: anxiety disorder/OCD, eating disorder. Family counseling, psychiatric services are also available.

PhoenixWork

Phone: (602) 997-2880

Website: http://www.doorwaysarizona.com/

Offers FREE services.  Specializing in complex trauma, provides counseling that addresses issues of trauma and victimization, builds self-regulation skills and develops positive coping strategies for anger, impulse control, depression, anxiety and stress, conflict resolution and general self-management. (English/Spanish)

State-wide

Phone: (602)609-9552

Website: https://www.grossmantherapy.com

JFCS programs and services include: counseling & behavioral health, substance abuse & recovery, transition to adulthood, job development. Services are provided to people of all faiths.

Phoenix, Tucson

Phone: Phoenix (602) 279-7655
Phone: Tucson (520) 795-0300

Website: https://www.jfcsaz.org/programs-services/teens/
Website: http://www.jfcstucson.org

Work with individuals of all ages, and a variety of issues, including: anxiety and depression, behavior modification, stress management, self esteem, grief support, and conflict resolution.

White MountainsWork

Phone: (928) 892-2689

Website: https://www.mountainspringscounseling.com/

Helps individuals struggling with mental health disorders & drug addiction build a strong foundation for long-term recovery.

ChandlerWork

Phone: (866) 798-1202

Website: https://www.obhhospital.com/

A faith-based organization that uses equine therapy to heal survivors of severe trauma and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).

Scottsdale

Website: http://www.ranchomilagroaz.com/

Behavioral health interventions, counseling, out-patient and prevention services

State-wide

Work Phone: (602) 265-8338

Website: https://www.sbhservices.org/

Provides primary care, behavioral health, psychiatry, pediatric care, and crisis counseling.

Yavapai County

Work Phone: (928) 778-0330

Website: https://spectrumhealthcare-group.com/

Teen services are designed to provide a whole person care model that supports each client. Supports behavioral health and substance abuse issues.

Tempe, Mesa, Phoenix, Glendale, Tucson

Phone: (602) 865-6000

Website: https://www.terroshealth.org/

Behavioral health interventions, counseling, out-patient and prevention services

State-wide

Work Phone: (602) 265-8338

Website: https://www.sbhservices.org/