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Community Resources and Agencies for High-Risk Behavior Health Patients, Mental Health, Substance Abuse and Support Groups/Recovery Services. If you don’t see the service or assistance you need, please contact us. We are your partner in health.
In a Mental Health Crisis or Emergency
Call 911 if experiencing a life-threatening emergency.
Central Arizona Crisis Line (24/7)
TTY (800) 327-9254
Mobile Acute Crisis services may be coordinated through the crisis line. When calling 911, tell the operator that it is a mental health crisis, who is in crisis, and ask that a Crisis Intervention Team officer be provided.
Non-Crisis Warm Line
Domestic Violence / Sexual Assault
Arizona Coalition to End Sexual and Domestic Violence
(602) 279-2900 or (800) 782-6400
Maricopa County Shelter Line
National 24hr Domestic Violence Hotline
National Sexual Assault Hotline – RAINN
Mental Health & Substance Abuse
*Most public mental health / substance use services require AHCCCS (state public health insurance program).
- If the patient is not on AHCCCS, or not sure if eligible, contact Mercy Maricopa Integrated Care (602) 586-1841
- To apply for Medicaid / AHCCCS visit www.healthearizonaplus.gov or call (855) 432-7587
Private Insurance: Contact your plan’s member services to see what is offered.
Mental Health & Substance Use Services
St. Luke’s Behavioral Health (Central Phoenix)
Terros Health (Glendale)
Trumpet Behavioral Health (Peoria)
Cooper Springs (Avondale)
Aurora Behavioral Health (Tempe)
Banner Behavioral Health Hospital (Scottsdale)
Marc Center Outpatient Clinic (Mesa)
Center for Behavioral Health (Tempe)
Mercy Maricopa Integrated Care Customer Service (Maricopa County)
Dial 211 to access a comprehensive information and referral directory for all sorts of health and human services.