Mental Health Resources
Psychiatrists must explicitly opt-in to this database. Therefore, this is not representative of the number of psychiatrists throughout the nation or in any geographic area.
Call 2-1-1 for free COVID-19 crisis counseling. www.ResilientArizona.orgLlame al 2-1-1 para conectarse con un proveedor de consejería.
National 24-Hour Crisis HotlinesPhoneNational Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-TALK (8255) National Substance Use and Disorder Issues Referral and Treatment Hotline: 1-800-662-HELP (4357) TextText the word "HOME" to 741741 Suicide and Crisis Hotlines by County Maricopa County served by Mercy Care: 1-800-631-1314 or 602-222-9444 Cochise, Graham, Greenlee, La Paz, Pima, Pinal, Santa Cruz and Yuma Counties served by Arizona Complete Health - Complete Care Plan: 1-866-495-6735 Apache, Coconino, Gila, Mohave, Navajo and Yavapai Counties served by Health Choice Arizona: 1-877-756-4090 Gila River and Ak-Chin Indian Communities: 1-800-259-3449 Salt River Pima Maricopa Indian Community: 1-855-331-6432 Especially for TeensTeen Life Line phone or text: 602-248-TEEN (8336) Especially for VeteransVeterans Crisis Line: 1-800-273-8255 (press 1)Be Connected: 1-866-4AZ-VETS (429-8387) About Arizona’s Crisis ServicesArizona has a robust behavioral health crisis services network available to any Arizona resident regardless of health insurance coverage. Services include:24/7/365 crisis telephone lines operated by trained crisis specialists.24/7 mobile teams staffed by behavioral health professionals who travel to the individual experiencing a crisis and provide assessment, stabilization and may triage the individual to a higher level of care, as appropriate. Facility-based crisis stabilization centers that offer crisis stabilization and observation, including access to Medication Assisted Treatment. Read AHCCCS Crisis System Frequently Asked Questions OFFICE OF INDIVIDUAL AND FAMILY AFFAIRS (OIFA) The Office of Individual and Family Affairs (OIFA) was created in 2007 at the Arizona Department of Health Services/Division of Behavioral Health Services and became part of AHCCCS in 2016. OIFA promotes recovery, resiliency, and wellness for individuals and families with mental health and substance use challenges. Together with our Contractor counterparts, we collaborate with key leadership, stakeholders and community members in the decision making process at all levels of the behavioral health system. The primary areas of focus are: Peer/Recovery Support, Family Support, Foster Families and community engagement.
ACCESSING BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SERVICESAre you or someone you know looking for help with mental health and/or substance use disorders? CLICK HERE to see a flow-chart of how that process works.