Maricopa County Suicide Prevention
1-800-784-2433 1-800-273-8255 (PRESS 2 for SPANISH)
(602) 222-9444 Main Crisis Line
Teen Life Line 602-248-8336
Peer Counselors 3-9 p. m. daily
National Domestic Violence 1-800-799-7233
Sexual Assault Hotline 480-736-4949 1-800-656-4673
Arizona Teen Crisis Solutions 623-879-9600
A crisis line for parents whose teens have behavior issues & problems
Arizona Workforce Connection 602-542-2460
Administers employment training and assistance programs throughout Arizona.
Goodwill of Central Arizona 602-535-4000
Provides vocational rehabilitation, job training, and job placement at various locations.
AZ Common Ground 602-914-9000
Offers courses and support for individuals reentering from incarceration.
Boys and Girls Club 602-954-8182
Teen programs, sports, life skills, leadership skills, homework hour, camps. Annual membership fee $30 or sliding scale. Various locations.
Big Brothers Big Sisters 602-264-9254
6-18 years old. Bbbsaz.org
AZ Stars Mentoring Programs 602-251-3171
Mentoring for children of incarcerated parents and children of military parents.
Arizona Anti-Bullying Initiative
1st Way of Maricopa County 602-261-7522
24 hr crisis management and counseling for women who are pregnant.
Child Crisis Center 480-834-9424
Various programs including parent support groups, programs for new dads, cooperative parenting, parenting with children with ADHD, etc. Call for information on all programs.
Child Crisis Nursery 602-273-7363
Provides medical, social/behavioral, education, and crisis counseling services. Advocacy and respite services also available.
Assistance with utility bills 602-542-4446
Safe Link Wireless safelinkwireless.com
Free cell phone for income eligible.
St Mary’s Food Bank 602-242-3663
Phoenix Food Bank 602-272-6326
Desert Mission Food Bank 602-870-6062
City of Phoenix Human Services Department 602-262-6666
John F Long Family Services 602-262-6510
Terros - terros.org 602-685-6000
Mobile crisis. Provides behavioral health assessments, referrals, outpatient mental health services, substance abuse services.
Jewish Family and Children’s Services – JFCSAZ.ORG
Intake: 602-256-0528 Administration: 602-279-7655
Provides anger management, counseling programs, substance abuse, bereavement groups. Locations in Phoenix, Glendale & Mesa.
Touchtone Behavioral Health – touchstonebh.org 623-930-8705 602-953-9070
Teen pregnancy prevention, individual and family therapy, psychiatric evaluations, parenting classes, crisis intervention, substance abuse intervention, ASD groups. Locations in Phoenix and Mesa.
Aurora Behavioral Health – auroraarizona.com 480-345-5420
Inpatient and outpatient services for adults and adolescents. Also offers chemical dependency programs. 24 hour helpline.
Devereux – devereux.org 602-944-6222
Counseling services for children, adults and families. Respite program for 4-17 years old, experiencing moderate to emotional behavioral difficulties.
A New Leaf 480-969-4024
Domestic violence services, homeless shelters and services, affordable supportive housing, outpatient counseling, foster care services, youth residential.
INPATIENT PSYCHIATRIC SERVICES
Aurora Behavioral Health – auroraarizona.com
Locations in Tempe and Glendale that offer mental health and chemical dependency inpatient services for adolescents 13 to 17 years old.
Tempe 480-345-5400 Glendale 623-344-4400
Banner Thunderbird Medical Center 602-865-5555
Banner Scottsdale 602-254-4357 800-254-4357
Saint Luke’s Medical Center 602-251-8100
Phoenix Children’s Hospital 602-933-1000
TASC, Inc 602-254-7328
Drug testing and counseling services
Various locations and programs throughout the year. Financial assistance for membership fee if needed.
ARCH Summer Day Camp 602-230-2226
Children ages 8-21 years old with developmental disabilities. Fee of $50 per week. DDD funding available.
Boys and Girls Club 602-954-8182
Locations and fees may vary.
Arizona Helping Hands Youth Summer Camp 480-889-0604
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This is an ongoing document and is subject to change. For any questions about agencies, please contact:
Jessica Fisher, MSSA, LCSW
Vista Peak Clinical Social Worker