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Abuse/Assault/Neglect Resources

Casa de los Ninos

  • Address:

     1120 N 5th Ave, Tucson, AZ 85705

  • Phone Number:

       (520) 624-5600

  • Crisis line number:

       (520) 326-1365

  • Number to report suspected child abuse or neglect:

       1-888-SOS-CHILD​

  • Non-profit

  • Providing support to children and families suffering from abuse and/or neglect

  • Donations and volunteer opportunities

  • Foster care and adoptions

  • Supervised visitations

  • Community outreach and Education

Emerge! Center Against Domestic Abuse

  • 2545 E Adams St, Tucson, AZ 85716

  • 24/7 MULTILINGUAL HOTLINES

       (520) 795-4266
        or
       (888) 428-0101

  • Providing support for domestic abuse victims

  • Community Education

  • Community events

  • Donations and volunteer opportunities

Reflection Family Services, Inc

  • Affordable counselling for DUI and substance abuse, anger management, domestic violence, parenting and co-parenting, individual/marriage/family preservation and more

  • Spanish and English services

PCOA (Pima County on Aging)

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  • Mailing Address:

       8467 E Broadway, Tucson, AZ               85710

  • Helpline:

       (520) 790-7262

  • Assistance with Medicare

  • Elder abuse resource

  • Budgeting assistance

  • End of life planning resources

  • Caregiver training

  • Caregiver resources

  • Caregiver support groups

  • Community education

  • Home-delivered meals

  • Housing assistance

  • Donations accepted

  • Volunteer opportunities

  • Home repairs

  • Help with emergency alert systems

  • Dementia assistance

  • Transportation

  • Legal assistance

  • Resource connections for elderly

ARC (Administration of Resources and Choices)

  • 1625 N. Alvernon Way
    Suite 101

  • Regular Phone Number:

     (520) 623-9383​

  • Non-profit

  • Elder protection

  • Home owner and buyer assistance

  • Donations accepted

  • Volunteer opportunities

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  • Maintains direct communication with the Attorney General's Office

  • Facilitates coordination among statewide groups

  • Identifies cases within the Attorney General’s prosecutorial authority

  • Raises awareness to prevent and report senior abuse and exploitation

TASA

Homicide Survivors, Inc.

  • Address:

       2315 E Speedway Blvd, Tucson,             AZ 85719

  • Phone Number:

       (520) 207-5012

  • Email Address:

       hsi@azhomicidesurvivors.org

  • Non-profit

  • Supports families of murder victims through support, advocacy, and assistance

  • Donations accepted

  • On staff advocates ready to assist with legality and resources associated with homicide

Pima County Victim Services

  • Crime victim services

  • Resources and connecting people to resources

  • Domestic abuse victim assistance

  • Volunteer opportunities

  • Court advocacy

  • Crisis services

  • Assistance with crime victim compensation

Davis-Monthan Family Advocacy

  • Address: ​5427 E Madera ST Tucson, AZ 85707

  • Phone:

       520-228-2104

  • Hours:

       Mon - Fri 7:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.              Closed on weekends and holidays

  • Public awareness campaigns, education and support for individuals, couples and parents

  •  Parenting support at every age and stage, including New Parent Support Program home visits for expectant parents, new parents and families with young children

  • Safety planning, advocacy and support for domestic abuse victims

  • Clinical treatment for abusers and all affected family members as appropriate

  • "Family Advocacy Program services are available to service members and family members eligible for care in a military treatment facility. This includes intimate partners who share a child in common with a service member, live with or previously lived with a service member. Dating partners and others may qualify for limited support and referrals as appropriate."

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Arizona's Children Association

  • Offers trauma specialty services

  • Assists in the treatment of childhood sexual abuse survivors and their families

  • Utilizes evidence based, individual therapy practices

  • Outpatient services

  • Various support groups

University of Arizona CAPS Oasis Sexual Assault, Gender-Based Violence, & Trauma Services

  • CAPS 24/7: 520-621-3334

  • CAPS Hours: Mon-Fri 8am-6pm (Wed 9am-6pm)​​

  • Various locations

  • Inconsistent changes in location due to Covid-19, call ahead to see if appointments are currently online or in-person

  • Open to any UofA students or faculty

  • Connection to important resources and support

  • Individual counselling and therapeutic treatment

  • Free, drop-in Survivor Support Group

Sacasa- Southern Arizona Against Sexual Assault

  • A division of Codac

  • Sexual assault victim services

  • Provides sexual assault education and awareness

  • Individualized advocacy and support

  • Bilingual services

  • Donations and volunteer opportunities

  • Therapy services

  • Collaborates with The Southern Arizona Anti-Trafficking Unified Response Network (SAATURN)

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Tohono O'odham Nation Domestic Violence Program

  • Sells, AZ

  • 520-383-6000

  • 7 day stay emergency shelter for Tohono O'odham tribe members who are experiencing domestic violence

  • No pet accommodations

SAAF AVP - Anti Violence Project

  • 375 S Euclid Ave, Tucson, AZ 85719

  • Bilingual ANTI-VIOLENCE SUPPORT LINE
    Monday–Friday; 8:00am to 7:00pm
    1 (800) 553-9387

  • Regular phone number:

     520-628-7223

     avp@saaf.org

     info@saaf.org

  • Education, support, and resource navigation to prevent violence against and within the LGBTQIA+ community

  • Short Term Emergency Shelter

  • Support groups

  • Crisis intervention and case management

  • HIV testing

  • Volunteer opportunities

Important Websites

24/7 Help Hotlines

  • Child Abuse Hotline: 1-888-767-2445

  • National domestic violence hotline: 800-799-7233

  • Sacasa Crisis Line: 520-327-7273 or 1-800-400-1001

 

Animal Resources

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Humane Society of Southern Arizona

  • 635 West Roger Road
    Tucson, Arizona 85705

  • 520-327-6088
    520-321-3704 (Administration)
    Fax: 520-325-7190

  • https://hssaz.org/

  • Pet Adoption (Cats, Dogs, Small Animals such as Guinea Pigs)

  • Pet Loss Support Group

  • Animal Shelter

  • Volunteer opportunities

  • Donations accepted

  • End of Life Services

  • Affordable spay/ neuter/ dental/ microchipping/ vaccination

  • Trap, Neuter, Return

  • Various Education offerings

Stores Hosted by HSSA

PAWSH AT MAIN CAMPUS (Tax-free pet supply store)​

  • HOURS:
    Monday-Saturday: 11am – 6pm
    Sunday: 11am – 5pm

  • ADDRESS:
    635 West Roger Road
    Tucson, AZ 85705

  • PHONE:
    520-327-6088 Ext. 173

PAWSH AT PARK PLACE (Tax-free pet supply store)​

  • HOURS:
    Monday-Thursday: 11am – 6pm

       ​Friday-Saturday: 11am - 7pm

       Sunday: 12pm – 5pm

  • ADDRESS:
    5870 E Broadway Boulevard

       Tucson, Arizona 85711

  • PHONE:
    520-881-7406

HSSA THRIFT STORE

  • STORE HOURS:
    Monday: CLOSED

       ​Tuesday-Thursday: 10am - 6pm

       Friday-Saturday: 10am – 7pm

       Sunday: 12pm - 5pm

  • DONATION CENTER HOURS

       M​onday: CLOSED

       Tuesday-Saturday: 10am - 6pm

       Sunday: 12pm - 5pm

  • ADDRESS:
    5870 E Broadway Boulevard

       Tucson, Arizona 85711

  • PHONE:
    520-881-7406

Hermitage No-Kill Cat Shelter

  • ADDRESS:

       5278 E 21st St, Tucson, AZ 85711

  • HOURS:

       Sunday-Monday: CLOSED

       Tuesday-Saturday: 10am-5pm

  • Cat Adoption or Fostering

  • No-Kill Cat Shelter

  • Volunteer opportunities

  • Donations accepted

  • Long-term sanctuary

  • The Hermitage has its own medical suite on site to provide care for their cats

  • Trap-neuter-return services

TROT- Therapeutic Riding of Tucson

  • ADDRESS:

       8920 E Woodland Rd,                     Tucson, AZ 85749

  • HOURS:

       Monday-Friday: 9am​ - 5pm

       Saturday-Sunday: CLOSED

  • Non-Profit

  • Volunteer Opportunities

  • Horseback riding lessons for people with disabilities both physical and mental

  • Equine-Assisted Counseling (EAC) = EAC is an experiential form of counseling that includes horses to achieve personal and emotional growth.

Handi-Dogs Inc

  • ADDRESS:

       75 S Montego Dr,

       Tucson, AZ 85710

  • (520) 326-3412

  • WEBSITE:

        https://handi-dogs.org/

  • EMAIL:

       service@handi-dogs.org

  • Non-Profit

  • Volunteer Opportunities

  • Sponsor a puppy

  • From Rescue to Service

  • Foster opportunities

  • Public dog training classes

  • Professionally guided owner-trained service dog program

  • Matching service dogs to those who need them

Rainbow Service Dogs

  • ADDRESS:

       1013 E Simmons St                 Unit 1, Tucson, AZ                 85719

  • Non-Profit

  • Offering affordable group, private and in-home training based on a sliding fee scale

  • Potentially Acquiring a Service Dog

  • Paws for Autism Program

  • Paws for Vets Program

  • SUZANNE J PERRY SCHOLARSHIP

PACC- Pima Animal Care Center

  • ADDRESS:

       4000 N. Silverbell Rd.
       Tucson, AZ 85745

  • PHONE:

       (520) 724-5900
       FAX: (520) 724-5960

  • WEBSITE:

https://webcms.pima.gov/cms/one.aspx?objectId=18469

  • Pet adoptions

  • Lost and Found:

       For stays, text "FOUND" to (833)               552-0591 for lost pets text "LOST"             to (833) 552-0591.

  • Leading animal abuse and cruelty investigations

  • Volunteer Opportunities

  • Low-cost spay/neuter, vaccination and licensing services

FRIENDS OF PACC- Nonprofit Partner

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  • Donations and volunteer opportunities

  • Many projects for helping animals in need including Keeping Families Together Project, Finn’s Fund For Good Dogs, Lovely’s Fund for Neglected & Abused Pets, and Mature Mutts

ARIZONA GREYHOUND RESCUE –ARIZONA HEARTFELT HOUNDS

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  • Greyhound Adoption

  • Partnered with Sol Dog’s Hearts at Ease Program to provide Service Dog training and placement with a veteran, person with a disability or in an assisted living residential home

  • Non-Profit and Volunteer run

  • Volunteer and Foster opportunities

Southwest Oasis Labrador Rescue

  • Non Profit

  • Virtual Rescue Organization

  • Dedicated to the rescue and adoption of homeless Labrador Retrievers

  • Labrador Adoptions

  • Volunteer and Foster Opportunities

Ferret Friends Inc

  • Phone Number:

       (520) 308-9014

  • Address:

       11640 E Timrod St, Tucson, AZ             85748

  • Non-profit

  • No-kill rescue shelter for ferrets

  • Volunteer opportunities

  • Ferret adoptions

  • Visitors by appointment

  • Education for prospective and current ferret owners

HOPE Animal Shelter

  • Phone Number:

       (520) 792-9200

  • Address:

       8950 N Joplin Ln, Tucson, AZ               85742

  • No-kill shelter and sanctuary for dogs and cats

  • Non-profit

  • Pet adoptions and fostering

  • Donations and Volunteer opportunities

  • Not currently accepting surrenders

Ironwood Pig Sanctuary

  • Phone Number:

       (520) 579-8847

  • Pig spaying and neutering

  • Offering tours by appointment only

  • Pig sponsorship, donations, and volunteer opportunities

Pawsitively Cats

  • Phone Number:

       (520) 289-2747

  • No-kill shelter

  • Cat adoptions

  • Trap, Neuter, and Return

  • Volunteer opportunities

  • Cat sponsorship

SAFE- Saving animals from Euthanasia 

       (520) 349-8637

  • Adoptions by appointment

  • Animal Fostering

  • Donations accepted

Sothern AZ Beagle Rescue

  • Beagle adoptions

  • All-volunteer non-profit

  • Education on hounds and the Beagle breed

  • Training referrals

  • Assisting families in rehoming their beagles

Tucson Parrot Rescue

  • Reuniting lost birds with their families

  • Personalized education programs and classes

  • Parrot Adoptions

  • Phone number:

       (520) 747-0554​

  • Email Address:

       tucsonparrotrescue@gmail.com

Pima Paws for Life

  • Hours:
    Monday-Sunday
    7a-11a & 3p-7p

  • Address
    2555 W. Zinnia Ave.
    Tucson 85705

  • Phone Number:
    (520) 867-1193

  • info@pimapawsforlife.org
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  • Onsite Adoptions

  • Donations and volunteer opportunities

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Cherished Tails Senior Sanctuary

  • Phone Number:

       (520) 616-0171

  • All volunteer, foster based rescue group

  • Rescue for senior dogs (and a few cats) at high risk of euthanasia in shelters because of age or illness

  • Sanctuary until the animals can be rehomed and if they can't, the sanctuary provides expert hospice care.

ANIMAL CRUELTY TASKFORCE OF SOUTHERN ARIZONA

  • Phone Number:

       (520) 321-3704

  • Address:

       3450 N Kelvin Blvd, Tucson, AZ               85716

  • Increase awareness of animal cruelty laws in southern Arizona

  • To enhance and coordinate enforcement of animal cruelty laws

Hermitage FFPP- Food for Peoples Pets

  • The FFPP Pantry hours are from 9am to 12pm every Thursday

  • Located in The Michael Cannon Community Pet Food Pantry at Hermitage shelter,

  • Collects and distributes pet food donations to organizations and people & pets in need.

Feeding Pets of the Homeless

  • Phone Number:

       (775) 841-7463

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  • National non-profit

  • Hundreds of volunteer pet food donation site members

  • Collecting of pet food and supplies

  • Distribution of pet food and supplies to homeless people with pets

  • Free nationwide wellness pet clinics serving pet owners who are homeless or qualify for low-income services

  • Emergency veterinary care for homeless individuals with pets

  • Providing crates for pets to homeless shelters that will accept animals

  • Donations and volunteer opportunities 

Arizona Spay Neuter

  • Phone number:

       (520) 624-5005

  • Address:

       4 W Grant Rd, Tucson, AZ 85705

  • Low cost pet care clinic including vaccination, nail trim, spay and neuter, more

ABC (Animal Birth Control) Clinic

  • Main Location Address:

       1114 S Craycroft Rd, Tucson, AZ               85711 (plus more locations)

  • Low cost pet care clinic including vaccination, nail trim, spay and neuter, more

Arizona Game and Fish

  • Recreation

  • Licensing

  • Regulation

  • Education

  • Conservation

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Rattlesnake Solutions of Tucson

  • 4050 W Aerie Dr #60, Tucson, AZ 85741

  • 24hours telephone line:

       520-308-6211

  • Email:

       info@rattlesnakesolutions.com

  • 24/7 snake control

  • 100% safe & humane snake removal

  • Snake prevention

  • Snake barrier fencing installations

  • Property inspections

"The ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center (APCC) is your best resource for any animal poison-related emergency, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. If you think your pet may have ingested a potentially poisonous substance, call (888) 426-4435.

A consultation fee may apply."

ASPCA APCC

Website Resources

Smiling Dog Rescue

  • Non-profit rescue for pit bull and pit bull-type dogs

  • Volunteer and foster opportunities

  • Pit bull adoptions

Behavioral-Mental Health/Substance Abuse Recovery Resources

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Hope Inc

  • Address: 

       1200 N Country Club Rd, Tucson,         AZ 85716

  • Main Phone Number:

       (520) 770-1197

  • Outreach Team Number:

       (520) 639-7039​

  • Warm Line Number:

       (520) 770-9909

       Monday-Friday 8:30am-1:30pm.​

  • Mental health service

  • Community Outreach

  • Community programs

  • Peer Support

  • Therapy Appointments

  • Support Groups​​

  • Virtual and in-person services

  • Outpatient services

  • Recovery services

  • Showers

  • Community resource navigation assistance

  • Naloxone education

  • Opioid/simulant treatment options

La Frontera

  • Various locations. Main: 504 W. 29th St., Tucson, AZ 85713

  • Phone Numbers:

       Administration Questions: (520)           838-5600. Member Enrollment:
       (520) 838-3804. All Other Member         Calls/Clinics: (520) 884-9920.

  • Behavioral health services

  • Integrated healthcare including wellness checkups

  • Homeless services

  • Employment services

  • Child and family services

  • Supervised residential living

  • Medication management

  • Therapeutic preschool

  • Veterans services

  • Accepts (AHCCCS) and some other insurance plans. Co-pays, when applicable, are based on a sliding-fee scale

  • Trauma healing services

  • Substance abuse treatment

  • Crisis intervention

  • Counselling

  • Education

Codac

  • Various Locations

  • Main Phone: (520) 327-4505

  • Substance Use Treatment Intake - 24/7 Phone: (520) 202-1786

  • www.codac.org

  • Suicide Prevention

  • Substance abuse and recovery support

  • Support Groups

  • Trauma services

  • Pharmacy/Medication assistance/Primary care and wellness

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Namisa- National Alliance on Mental Illness of Southern AZ

  • Non profit

  • Donations and volunteer opportunities

  • Advocacy and support

  • Helping to reduce stigma

  • Education and various classes

  • Lending library

  • Faith-based services

CHA- Community Health Associates

  • Mental health clinic

  • Crisis services

  • Integrated Physical Health Services

  • Services available in English and Spanish

  • Psychiatric health services

Recovery in Motion

  • Addiction treatment center

  • Medication-assisted treatment (MAT)

  • A+ BBB rate as of 3/25/22

  • Partial-Hospitalization and Outpatient Treatment

  • holistic, dual diagnosis treatment program

  • Medical Supervision of Withdrawals

  • Accepted Insurance plans include Aetna, American Indian, Cigna,
    GEHA, UMR Wausau, United Healthcare, TriCare West, Humana, and AHCCCS Banner University Family Care

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Alcoholics Anonymous Tucson

Turn Your Life Around Counseling and Recovery Center (TYLA)

  • Alcoholism treatment program

  • Support groups

  • 12 steps program

  • Connection to resources for treatment and recovery from alcohol dependency

  • Alcoholism treatment program

  • Court ordered diversion classes

  • Substance Abuse Education, Counseling & Awareness

  • Domestic Violence & Anger Management Counseling

  • DUI resources and counseling

  • Drop in Center and Peer-to-Peer

  • Recovery and support meetings

BRIDGES Counseling, LLC

  • 5930 E Pima St UNIT 208, Tucson, AZ 85712

  • (520) 320-1595

  • Website:

        https://bridgestucson.com/

  • Email Address:

       info@bridgestucson.com

  • Therapy appointments

  • Substance Abuse evaluations 

  • Education

  • Relapse prevention

  • Anger management and DV counseling

PPEP- Community prevention center

  • Non-profit

  • "The PPEP Prevention Department is home to 3 community based substance misuse prevention coalitions that respond to issues of addiction; including prevention, intervention, harm reduction and recovery."

Cope Community Services

  • Behavioral health services

  • Medical services

  • Therapy sessions

  • Accepts most commercial insurance and AHCCCS

Cope Community Services- Project Tela

  • 328 N Church Ave Tucson AZ 85701

  • 520-347-5030

  • Case Management

  • Substance Abuse Treatment Support

  • Free and confidential services

  • community resource navigation

  • Medical care coordination

Our Family Services- Community mediation service

  • 520-323-1708 x 504

  • ourfamilyserices.org

  • Offering cost-effective conflict-resolution services and mediation education

Community Medical Services

  • 1-855-203-6352

  • Various Locations

  • CommunityMedicalServices.org

  • community education

  • Peer support

  • Individual and group counselling

  • OBGYN services

  • Medication management

  • substance/opiate abuse treatment

  • Coordination of care

CBI- Community Bridges

  • Non-Profit

  • Mental health and substance abuse recovery services

  • Peer Support

  • Supportive housing

  • Mobile crisis teams

  • Psychiatric Inpatient Care

  • Inpatient Medical Detox

Easterseals Blake Foundation

  • 7750 E Broadway Blvd # 200, Tucson, AZ 85710

  • (520) 327-1529

  • Family support and education

  • inclusive early childhood education

  • Professional development for child care professionals

  • comprehensive psychiatric and medication services

  • Employment services for adults and teens with physical or intellectual disabilities

  • Residential and rehabilitation services for adults with physical or intellectual disabilities

  • Outpatient care coordination

Transitional Living Communities

  • Recovery support services

  • Educational opportunities and training in such trades as air conditioning and refrigeration, roofing and more

  • 850 halfway house beds, a State licensed treatment program, sober housing for management and graduates employed by TLC

CPIH- Community Partners Integrated Healthcare

  • Wellness Center

  • A subsidiary of Intermountain

  • Integrated healthcare

  • Housing assistance

  • Consulting and training

  • Medication assisted treatment for substance abuse

  • Business solutions

Sonder Care Behavioral Health

  • Mental health services

  • Therapeutic Adult Day Program

  • Individual and group therapy

  • Intensive Outpatient Therapy

Cathexis

  • Mental health services

  • Individual, family, and group outpatient therapy services

  • Insurance accepted is AHCCCS Banner University Family Plan and UnitedHealthcare Community Plan networks, the American Indian Health Program, most Blue Cross Blue Shield of Arizona plans, and they offer an affordable Self Pay for those not covered by insurance.

Connections Access Sun Clinic

  • Tucson: (520) 301-2400

  • Corporate: (602) 253-5100

  • Arizona Crisis Line: (877) 753-4090

  • Connections Access Sun Clinic: (520) 448-0670 

  • https://connectionshs.com

  • Behavioral-physical health home

  • Walk-in urgent care

  • Crisis Education

  • Mobile crisis response

  • Medication Support

  • Residential and in-home services

  • Inpatient treatment

  • Sliding scale payment program and assistance

America's Rehab Campuses Tucson

  • Addiction treatment center

  • Open 24/7

  • Medical Detox

  • Inpatient Residential Rehab

  • Partial Hospitalization Program

  • Intensive Outpatient Program

  • Offers confidential transportation services for qualified clients to facilities

De Novo Wellness Center

  • Therapy services for children, adults, couples, and groups

  • Services available in Spanish and English

  • Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) group

Banner University Medicine- whole health clinic

  • Mental health clinic

  • Individual, group and family therapy

  • Case management and referrals

  • Medication monitoring 

  • Physical health assessment and care

  • Lab and pharmacy

  • Substance abuse services and referrals

  • Court-ordered treatment monitoring

  • Education

  • Support groups

  • Accepting those with AHCCCS

Amity Foundation at Circle Tree Ranch

  • Non-profit

  • Residential alcohol and drug rehabilitation center

  • Includes services for Native Americans including sweat lodges

  • Most Major Health Plans Accepted

Cottonwood Tucson

  • Addiction, Behavioral Health & Substance Use Disorder Treatment Center

  • Open 24/7

  • They work with several private insurances but are not in contract with state-based insurance plans

  • Residential Program

  • Medical Detox

  • Trauma services and treatment

Intermountain

El Rio

  • Mental health services

  • Foster Care services

  • Residential services

  • Outpatient services

  • Medical services

  • Medical center

  • Pharmacy

  • Behavioral health services

  • Exercise classes

  • Donations accepted

  • Physical Therapy Services

  • Dental

  • Pediatrics

  • OB/GYN

  • Financial Wellness

  • Midwifery

  • Nutrition counseling

Narcotics Anonymous

Thriveworks Counseling

  • Counseling

  • Psychiatry

  • Online services

Arizona Family Therapy, LLC

  • Counseling

  • Appointment required

  • Individual and group therapy

  • Trauma services

  • Education

Jewish children's and family services

  • Non-Profit

  • Counseling

  • Community services

  • Support groups

  • Refugee services

  • Abuse & Neglect Prevention Services

  • Emergency Financial Assistance

  • Donations accepted

New Leaf Integrative Wellness Center

  • Individual, child, and family therapy

  • Group therapy

  • Parent Workshops

  • Options for online therapy

MHC- Marana Health Center

  • Primary care

  • Dental care

  • Mental health care

  • Women's health and midwifery

  • Internal medicine

  • Physical therapy

  • Pediatrics

  • Mentoring and case management

Etano Center

Crisis Response Center (CRC)

  • Banner Mental health clinic

  • 24/7 services

  • 2802 E District St, Tucson, AZ 85714

  • (520) 301-2400

  • Addiction treatment center

  • Outpatient Detox

  • Relapse prevention

  • Counseling

  • Peer Recovery Support

  • On-site drug testing and pregnancy testing

Escalera Health

  • Primary care

  • Psychiatry

  • Therapy

  • Tele-health

Next Step Counseling

  • Court ordered counseling

  • zoom classes

Palo Verde Behavioral Health

  • Mental health clinic

  • Open 24/7

  • Substance Abuse treatment

  • Hospitalization and partial hospitalization

  • Inpatient and outpatient services

  • Telehealth services

  • Outpatient groups

  • Psychiatric care

Pathways of AZ

  • Psychiatric Services

  • Substance abuse services

  • Case management

  • Therapy

  • Various other trauma Informed social services

YWCA- Women's counseling network

  • Accessible mental health care for women

  • Weekly Grief Support Group

  • Bilingual services availiable for English and Spanish

Affinity Counseling center

Palo Santo Psychotherapy and wellness

  • Therapy services

  • Automated Text or Email Appointment Reminders

  • Optional Telehealth Video Sessions

  • Wellness Center

  • Low-cost, sliding scale fee therapy

  • Yoga, exercise and nutrition classes

  • Reiki services

  • Biofeedback and heartmath services

  • Equine-assisted therapy

  • Individual, couple, and group therapy

Behavioral Awareness Center

Pascua Yaqui New Beginnings

  • 7490 S Camino De Oeste, Tucson, AZ 85746

  • (520) 879-6003

  • Behavioral health services for tribe members

  • Addiction treatment Center

  • No Appointment Needed

  • Accepting AHCCCS

  • Counseling

  • Medication management

Wellbeing Institute

  • Therapy

  • Integrated Psychiatric Care

  • Substance abuse recovery services

  • Trauma Treatment

  • IOP program

Tucson Lasting Connections

The Mark Counseling

  • 4653 E Pima St, Tucson, AZ 85712

  • (520) 326-6182

  • Themarkcounseling.com

  • Addiction treatment center

  • Substance abuse services

  • Mental health services

  • Marriage Counseling

  • Individual, couples, sex, therapy

  • Clinical supervision

Sierra Tucson

Renewal Centers

  • Addiction treatment center

  • Open 24/7

  • Residential services

  • Substance abuse recovery services

  • Behavioral health services

  • Outpatient program

  • Trauma services

  • Group therapy

  • LGBTQIA+ behavioral health services

Tucson counseling

  • Non-profit

  • Therapy

  • Trauma services

  • Substance abuse recovery services

  • Individual, Relationship and Family Counseling

  • Clinical Supervision & Continuing Ed Trainings

  • Coaching & Consulting Services

Touchstone Behavioral Health

Resilient Health

  • Behavioral health services

  • Therapy

  • 1430 E Fort Lowell Rd #100, Tucson, AZ 85719

  • (866) 207-3882

  • touchstonehs.org

  • 412 N 6th Ave #100, Tucson, AZ 85705

  • (602) 393-3155 or 

       877-779-2470

  • Offering both in-person and telehealth services

  • Counseling

  • Support groups

  • Substance abuse recovery services

  • Psychiatry

  • Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT)

  • Primary care

Tucson Behavioral Health Services

Soul Space

  • Behavioral health services

  • Psychiatric medication management

  • Child and adolescent care

  • Adult care

  • Therapy services

  • Coaching services

Pima Helpline

  • A website to easily find mental health and addiction treatment, services, and support in Pima County

The Mesothelioma Center

  • Website contains information about mental health with regards to Mesothelioma patients and their families

  • Online support group

Child Resources

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CCRR-Child Care Resource and Referral

United Way

 
  • Awareness and education

  • Guidance, resources, referrals

  • Newsletter

  • Donations and Volunteer Opportunities

  • Has several programs:

  • The Born Learning program provides parents, caregivers and communities with tools to help cultivate early literacy skills in children

  • The Great Expectations Program offers free professional development to early childhood educators

  • The Family Support Alliance provides parenting resources to families in need

  • First Focus on Kids (FFK) Coalition

  • Cradle to Career

Child and Family resources Inc

  • Great Things Thrift Store

  • Bilingual language options

  • Child Care Food Program (CACFP)

  • Youth Programs

  • Prevention Programs

  • Parents as teachers Program

  • Healthy Families Program

    • Hands-on educational activities

    • Baby health and safety resources

    • Free Services

    • In-home visits

  • 2800 E Broadway Blvd, Tucson, AZ 85716

  • (520) 325-5778 or 1-800-308-9000

  • A program from Child and Family resources

  • Non-profit

  • Assists families in finding a child care program that works for them

  • Provides financial assistance for child care

  • Outreach and education

  • Providing an entry point to the child care field

#First Things First

  • Provides grants to community organizations that provide free services for children birth to age 5 and their families

  • Resources and referrals

  • English and Spanish services

  • Blog

  • Food and Nutrition Assistance

  • Transition to kindergarten

  • Home visits

  • Developmental and Sensory Screening

  • Dental/Oral Health

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  • The Birth to Five Helpline is a free service hosted by #First Things First and is available to all Arizona families with young children, as well as parents-to-be, with questions or concerns about their infants, toddlers and preschoolers. You can ask about anything, including:Sleep, Feeding, Eating, Fussiness, Tantrums, Challenging behaviors, Potty training, Child development, Health and nutrition, Parenting, Child care referrals and more.

  • The helpline is available Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. You can also leave a voicemail or submit your question online anytime.

  • Free parenting help is a phone call away. Call 877-705-KIDS (5437).

DCS-HFAz (Department of Child Safety Healthy Families Arizona)

  • Relief funding

  • Foster assistance

  • Integrated Health Services for Children in Foster Care (Mercy Care)

  • Housing resources and some vouchers for 18-24 former foster youth

  • Prevention and Education

  • Resources and referrals

  • Mandated reporter overview training

  • Child abuse hotline:

    • ​1-888-SOS-CHILD (1-888-767-2445)

Strong Families AZ

  • Community services and outreach

  • Parenting Podcast

  • Variety of programs including:

  • Arizona Health Start

    • For women who are pregnant or have a child under 2 years old

  • ​Early Head Start

    • For pregnant women and children 0-3

  • Head Start

    • For children 3-5

  • Healthy Families Arizona

    • For families with an infant under 3 months old

  • Nurse-Family Partnership

    • For first-time mothers less than 28 weeks pregnant

  • Parents As Teachers

    • For families with a child on the way or under 5 years old

  • Family Spirit

    • For Native American families with children under 3 years old

  • High Risk Perinatal Program

    • For families with newborns who have been in intensive care

  • ​SafeCare

    • For families with a child under 5 years old

ICS- INTERFAITH COMMUNITY SERVICES (YES program-Youth Enrichment Support)

  • Non-profit

  • Resources and referrals

  • Food Bank

  • Financial Support for children including:

  • High quality child care and daycare support

  • Support with sports, arts, camps, clubs and afterschool programs

  • School and sports uniforms

  • Prescription glasses

  • Parent Support Programs

  • Tutoring

  • Academic Supplies

Fun and Functional

  • Behavioral Health Services for children with ASD (Autism)

  • 1:1 Intervention

  • Early Childhood Intervention

  • Program Evaluation

  • Behavioral Interventionists Supervision

  • Team Development

  • Parent and Staff Training

  • Intervention Strategies Development

  • Play and Social Skill Groups

  • School Transition Facilitation

  • Toddler Development

  • Learning-To-Learn

  • Kindergarten Ready

  • Pre-Academic

  • Executive Skills

  • Peer Relationships- Making and Maintaining Friendships

  • Self-Regulation and Self-Monitoring

  • Social Skills Development

  • QualityFirstAZ.com

Websites

DKA assumes no responsibility by providing this information. This resource list is a community service and not an endorsement of the organizations listed. We regularly update this information, however, information changes quite frequently. Please verify directly with the resource to make sure information is current and accurate. If you see any issues in this list please email sharris@dkajobs.com and we will correct the error as soon as possible. In addition to this list, you may contact Information & Referral @ 520-323-1708 for more resource information. Thank you!