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ABC Wellness Centre
480-991-9818
www.abcwellnesscentre.org
7219 E. Shea Blvd.
Scottsdale, AZ 85260
Provides effective problem gambling prevention, treatment and education programs regardless of ability to pay.
Alcohol & Drug Helpline
800-821-4357
wellplace.com
http://dasis3.samhsa.gov/PrxInput.aspx?detail=1
Offers drug and alcohol referrals 24 hours a day.
Alcohol Treatment Referral Line
800-252-6465
recoverynowtv.com

Offers national referral source to treatment programs.
Alcoholics Anonymous
602-264-1341


Referrals to local twelve step groups open to all.
Arizona 2-1-1 (Community Information & Referral)
2-1-1
211Arizona.org

Provides information and referrals for various community resources 24 hours a day/7 days a week.
Arizona Council on Compulsive Gambling
602-212-0278
azccg.org

Provides referrals to local Gamblers Anonymous meetings.
Arizona Smoker's Helpline
800-556-6222
www.ashline.org

Free telephone and web-based coaching services to help people quit tobacco. Medication cessation assistance also available.
Banner Behavioral Health
602-254-4357
www.bannerhealth.com

Offers inpatient and outpatient substance abuse and mental health services, and offers both a Basic Financial Assistance Program and an Enhanced Financial Assistance Program (4-6 week wait list). No proof of citizenship required. Also provides access to all Banner facilities to determine inpatient bed availability. Also offers free support groups on a wide range of topics.
Behavioral Systems Southwest Tucson Transitional Housing Center
520-573-3111
http://behavioralsystemssouthwest.com/
6420 S. Park Avenue
Tucson, AZ 85706
Behavioral Systems Southwest, Inc. (BSS) has been providing clean and sober living environments to those in recovery since 1981; providing such to enable persons in recovery the opportunity to focus on recovery and remain out of the criminal justice system. The program provides a structured environment with 24 hour staff supervision and comprehensive case services to help the individual reintegrate into the community sober and with support.
Buckeye Outreach for Social Services (BOSS)
623-386-6365


Offers jobs to underemployed and unemployed individuals, job and life training, computer training, after school programs, GED classes and testing, free diaper and clothing bank, free 90-day medical equipment lending for youth and adult, drug and alcohol classes, parenting and youth counseling. In addition, it offers community garden with gardening beds (4 x 10) available for rent at $50/year.
Calvary Addiction Recovery Center
602-279-1468
www.calvarycenter.com
720 E. Montebello Ave.
Phoenix, AZ 85014
Faith based addiction treatment in a residential or outpatient setting. Detox services are $650/day, inpatient services are $400/day (30 day stay), and outpatient services are $180/session.
Please contact the service providers directly for information about any of the services listed. Contact Southwest Network,
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Celebrate Recovery

http://www.celebraterecovery.com/?page_id=62

Offers Christain based support meetings to help people obtain freedom from their hurts, hang-ups, and habits. Multiple meetings times/places in Arizona.
Center for Hope
480-461-1711
www.communitybridges.org

Provides residential and comprehensive support services for homeless pregnant women dealing with substance abuse issues, including counseling, parenting classes, health classes, and more.
Chandler Christian Church Celebrate Recovery
480-963-3997
www.chandlercc.org

Christian based program for recovery including 12 step meetings, worship, and guest speakers. Group meets on Friday nights from 7 – 9 pm, dinner is offered at 6 pm ($3). Free childcare is provided.
Christian Living Center, Inc.
480-831-1212
www.christiancounselingarizona.com
2111 E. Baseline Rd., #C8
Tempe, AZ 85283
Offers Christian substance abuse and mental health counseling for a variety of issues for $110/hour, with a sliding scale fee option dependent upon situation. Also offers marriage and family counseling.
Community Bridges East Valley Access Point
877-931-9142

358 E. Javelina Avenue, Suite 101
Mesa, AZ 85210
Offers an Access Point to behavioral health services including assessment, brief intervention, and coordination of ongoing care through contracted network providers. Also offers a Transition Point (Level III time-limited residential treatment, 3-5 days) for individuals who need targeting overnight support or transition planning back to the community.
Community Bridges Pathway to Hope
877-931-9142

824 N. 99th Ave.
Avondale, AZ
Offers an Access Point to behavioral health services including assessment, brief intervention, and coordination of ongoing care through contracted network providers. Also offers a Transition Point (Level III time-limited residential treatment, 3-5 days) for individuals who need targeting overnight support or transition planning back to the community.
Crossroads
602-281-6574
http://www.thecrossroadsinc.org/

Offers transitional living for men and women in recovery from substance abuse. Rates are $112/week and $175/week depending on location.
Destiny House
602-639-2442


Faith based transitional housing for men and women seeking recovery from addiction. 12-step based; $100/week with $25 intake fee. Fees include christian counseling, and job search search assistance.
Drug & Alcohol Hotline
866-925-4030
alcoholhotline.com

Offers information about alcohol abuse and referrals for getting help in your community.
Faces & Voices of Recovery
202-737-0690
www.facesandvoicesofrecovery.org
1010 Vermont Ave., #708
Washington, DC 20005
Provides an online database of available community resources for addiction recovery. Also offers information and articles about recovery.
La Fronterra/EMPACT - SPC
480-784-1500 (Crisis)
www.empact-spc.com

Provides 24 hours a day/7 days a week crisis response for behavioral health crisis situations and a Sexual Assault hotline.
Please contact the service providers directly for information about any of the services listed. Contact Southwest Network,
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LDS Family Services
800-537-2229
www.providentliving.org

Offers free substance abuse and sexual addiction support groups, and crisis pregnancy counseling. Also offer mental health counseling for a fee of $120/initial assessment and $80/session thereafter. Also offers community resources and referrals.
Narcotics Anonymous
480-897-4636
www.arizona-na.org

Provides information for local twelve step groups open to all.
National Institute on Drug Abuse Hotline
800-662-4357
www.nida.nih.gov

Offers information and referrals for addiction, treatment, and recovery.
Native Health Community Health Center
602-279-5262
www.nativehealthphoenix.org

Low cost medical and dental care. Also offers mental health services, substance abuse services, and women’s services. Free transportation available. Also offers free HIV testing for the community. Call for locations and times.
New Horizons Counseling Service
623-939-6567
www.newhorizonscounselingservice.org
5062 W. 19th Ave., #102
Provides individual and family counseling and education services with sliding scale fee option. Services include general counseling, substance abuse treatment, domestic violence counseling, parenting education and skills training, anger management treatment, and sexual offender treatment.
New Wine 12-Step Recovery & Support Group
602-678-0999


Offers Christian based 12-step recovery and support groups for adults dealing with addictions issues, as well as anger/rage, sexual issues, abuse, dependency, eating disorders, and relationship issues. Group meets on Tuesdays from 7:30 – 9:30 pm. Please call before you attend.
Omega Counseling
602-495-9306

5800 N. 19th Ave., #110
Phoenix, AZ 85015
Provides individual and group counseling on a variety of issues including domestic violence, substance abuse, and anger management. Fees are $90/hour for individual counseling, and $15-$20/session for group therapy (2 hour sessions). No verification of citizenship required.
Overcomers Addiction Recovery Support Group
602-268-1201


Provides a Christian based 12-step support group for individuals and families affected by addictions.
Phoenix Christian Counseling Associates
602-548-8508
www.pcca-az.org
3101 W. Peoria Ave., #101
Phoenix, AZ 85029
Provides a full range of affordable, professional, Biblically-based counseling services. Offers reduced fee services based on income and has a “scholarship” assistance program. Also offers bilingual services.
Phoenix Dream Center
602-346-8700
www.phxdreamcenter.org

Offers a free 15 month faith-based residential recovery program for men and women, shelter and other assistance to victims of human trafficing, hunger relief program to single mothers and families living below the poverty level, affordable living for working single men and women, and a neighborhood revitilization program.
Phoenix Indian Medical Center
602-263-1200

4212 N. 16th St.
Phoenix, AZ 85016
Offers outpatient substance abuse treatment and mental health counseling, as well as inpatient medical services for Native Americans belonging to a federally recognized tribe.
Please contact the service providers directly for information about any of the services listed. Contact Southwest Network,
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Scottsdale Youth and Family Services
480-312-7922

4201 N. Hayden Rd.
Scottsdale, AZ 85251
Provides free resources and referrals for counseling services.
Shoplifters Anonymous
800-848-9595
www.shopliftersanonymous.com

Provides self help and support services via telephone contact Monday through Friday 9am – 5pm Eastern Time.
SMART Recovery

http://www.smartinphoenix.org/

Offers free, self-empowering, science-based mutual help groups for abstaining from any substance or activity addiction. Seven weekly meetings in the Phoenix area; see website for details.
Standing Strong Teen Program
602-424-2060
www.nativeconnections.org

Offers a 12 week outpatient and community based substance abuse treatment program with a focus on minority teens.
Stonewall Institute
602-535-6468
www.stonewallinstitute.com
2720 E. Thomas Rd.
Phoenix, AZ 85016
Provides safe and confidential services for adults with psychiatric and addictions issues. Accepts private insurance, or $125/hour, but willing to consider financial circumstances.
The Potter's House
602-254-9701
http://www.thepottershousesacenter.org/

Offers outpatient substance abuse treatment, including individual, family, and group counseling. They work with the criminal justice system and offer sex offender treatment. Payment options include AHCCCS, BlueCross BlueShield, and self-pay (rates vary from $20/group session and $40/individual session to $194 for a psychiatric evaluation).
Together AZ
602-684-1136
http://togetheraz.com/

Provides information and resources to assist with addictions issues. Also hosts a yearly "Art of Recovery" Expo to offer free education, resources, and solutions for addiction recovery and behavioral health.
Together We Stand
602-299-7291


Sober living facility to assist men with recovery from alcohol and drugs. $110/week includes cable and all utilities, but no meals. Willing to accept men without money up front and assist in locating employment. Required to complete 90 meetings in 90 days. Must have ID and proof of citizenship.
Valley Hospital
602-952-3939 (intake)
http://www.valleyhospital-phoenix.com/
3550 E. Pinchot Ave.
Phoenix, AZ 85018
Valley Hospital is a private freestanding hospital specializing in mental health and chemical dependency care, and offers inpatient, outpatient, and partial hospitalization programs for adults. Valley Hospital also offers a free initial mental health and chemical dependency assessment and referral services for adults. Most major insurance accepted; no sliding scale option.
VALYPAA
480-236-9928
www.valypaa.com

Provides an opportunity for young people in AA to engage in fellowship with each other and provide service to their community. 
Youth Evaluation and Treatment Valley Clinical Services
480-661-1075
http://www.youthetc.org/

Provides outpatient behavioral health services to include medication management, individual adult and child counseling services, eating disorder treatment, and substance abuse treatment with a sliding scale fee option. Multiple valley locations. No proof of citizenship required.
Please contact the service providers directly for information about any of the services listed. Contact Southwest Network,
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1n10
602-754-1175
http://www.1n10.org/
4121 North 7th Avenue
Phoenix, AZ 85013
1n10 provides a safe, social environment for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and questioning (LGBTQ) youth. Offers drop-in social support services for LGBTQ youth ages 14-22 to develop positive self-acceptance through life enhancing programs and connection with local resources. Offers two weekly meetings and various social events and resources. Offers GED services, job development, benefits assistance, HIV testing, and a soup kitchen/food box kitchen 4 days/week. All services are free, and there are no citizenship requirements.
Advocates for the Disabled
602-212-2600
www.advocatesforthedisabled.org
650 N. 2nd Ave.
Phoenix, AZ 85003
Provides resources for essential living requirements, including safe housing, food, and clothing.
American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry

http://www.aacap.org/

National professional medical association dedicated to treating and improving the quality of life for children, adolescents, and families affected by these disorders. Publishes "Facts for Families" to provide concise and up-to-date information on issues that affect children, teenagers, and their families, and offers AACAP Resource Centers to empower consumers through patient education.
American Foundation for Suicide Prevention
1-800-273-8255
http://www.afsp.org

Provides information on suicide statistics, suicide prevention, suicide awareness community and activities, and suicide prevention and education resources.
Arizona 2-1-1 (Community Information & Referral)
2-1-1
211Arizona.org

Provides information and referrals for various community resources 24 hours a day/7 days a week.
Arizona Bridge to Independent Living
602-256-2245
www.abil.org
5025 E. Washington St., #200
Phoenix, AZ 85034
Provides information, programs, events, and resources to assist individuals with disabilities take personal responsibility so they may achieve or continue independent living. Also offers a medical loan closet.
Arizona Center for Disability Law
602-274-6287
http://www.acdl.com/
5025 E. Washington St.
Phoenix, AZ 85034
Designated protection and advocacy system in Arizona. Call Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, or Friday from 9am - 1pm for an intake if you have an advocacy question or concern.
Arizona Child & Family Advocacy Network
928-713-9248
http://www.acfan.net/index.htm

Advocacy centers located throughout Arizona are designed to provide onsite services to child victims of either physical or sexual abuse as well as neglect. Some centers provide services to adult victims of sexual assault, domestic violence, or vulnerable adult abuse.
Arizona Secretary of State
602-542-4285
http://www.azsos.gov/

Maintains a free registry called the “Arizona Advance Directive” where individuals can send advance directives for secure storage and can be accessible to individuals, loved ones and health care providers. This webpage also has other resources available on advanced directives.
Arizona Senior Citizen's Law Project
602-252-6710

1818 S. 16th St.
Phoenix, AZ 85034
Offers free information and legal assistance to seniors over 60 in Maricopa County. Call on Wednesdays between 1pm and 4:30pm.
Arizona Spinal Cord Injury Association
602-507-4209
www.azspinal.org
5025 E. Washington St. STE #110
Phoenix, AZ 85034
The Arizona Spinal Cord Injury Association is a nonprofit organization dedicated to enhancing the lives of individuals with spinal cord injuries. Our goal is to promote physical, intellectual, spiritual, emotional and social recovery. The Association focuses on peer support, family support, and education of consumers, families, caregivers and professionals. We also link consumers and families with vocational, social and recreational resources, and offer accessible transportation services, as well as a number of support groups throughout the valley.
Please contact the service providers directly for information about any of the services listed. Contact Southwest Network,
HelpBook@SouthwestNetwork.org, only to report an incorrect listing or to suggest a resource that could be added to the directory. Thank you.

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Arizona State Legislature

http://www.azleg.gov/

Offers an overview of the legislative process in Arizona. Provides a tool to track pending legislation, ability to locate and contact individual legislators, and information to stay up-to-date on current issues.
Arizona Stigma Reduction Committee
877-464-1015
http://www.azdhs.gov/bhs/StigmaReduction.htm

Provides free resources, educational programs, advocacy materials, and information to support people with mental health and substance use challenges within their own communities, and encourage them to seek and maintain treatment when it is needed.
Arizona Supreme Court

http://www.azcourts.gov/

Offers information on the various Arizona Courts, a case search function, and an e-filing tool for preparing and filing a case, as well as legislation news and updates.
Bazelon Center for Mental Health Law
202-467-5730
http://www.bazelon.org/

The Bazelon Center for Mental Health Law is a nonprofit organization devoted to improving the lives of people with mental illnesses through changes in policy and law. Their website provides legislative updates that affect individuals with mental illness, and advocacy resources.
Center for Psychiatric Rehabilitation

http://www.bu.edu/cpr/jobschool/

Offers resources for living well with a psychiatric disability in work and school. An interactive and informative web site for people with a psychiatric condition that addresses issues and reasonable accommodations related to work and school.
David's Hope
602-774-4382
www.davidshopeaz.org

Provides information, advocacy, and resources for any individual dealing with legal issues or re-entering the community after serving jail or prison time. Monthly meeting on the 4th Thursday of the month from 6:30pm - 8pm at the Disability Empowerment Center (5025 E. Washington St., Phoenix) in classroom B.
Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance
800-826-3632
www.dbsalliance.org.

Offers referrals for support groups, counseling services, medication services, and many other support services/materials.
Disability Help Center
888-418-8860
www.ssdHelpCenter.org
530 E. McDowell Rd., Unit 107 - 619
Phoenix, AZ 85004
Provides assistance in obtaining Social Security Disability Benefits, and referrals for necessary resources. They assist with the application process, appeals process, or preparing for a hearing before an Administrative Law Judge.
Don't get Dropped Arizona

www.dontgetdroppedaz.org

Provides information and resources to healthcare providers, interested community groups, and individuals to assist AHCCCS members in renewing their AHCCCS coverage on time every time. The webiste includes a list of community organizations willing to assist individuals with the AHCCCS application and renewal process.
Family Advocacy Center
602-534-2120
phoenix.gov/fac/index.html
2120 N. Central Ave.
Phoenix, AZ
Provides comprehensive services to victims of violence, including counseling referrals, financial assistance referrals, and light case management. Assists with orders of protection and other legal issues surrounding the case.
Florence Crittenton
602-274-7549
www.flocrit.org
715 West Mariposa Street
Phoenix, AZ 85013
Florence Crittenton is a community based services program that is designed to support teens and youth so they can discover their self-worth and reach a higher level of independence.
Please contact the service providers directly for information about any of the services listed. Contact Southwest Network,
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Job Accommodation Network
800-526-7234
http://askjan.org/

Offers information and resources regarding workplace accommodations and ADA legislation. Offers resources for both job seekers and employers.
Kids.gov

http://www.kids.gov/

Kids.gov is the official kids' portal for the U.S. government. It links to over 2,000 web pages from government agencies, schools, and educational organizations, all geared to the learning level and interest of kids.
Labor's Community Service Agency - General
602-263-5741
www.lcsaphx.org
3117 N. 16th St., #100
Phoenix, AZ 85016
Serving the general welfare of our community and advocating for health and human services that meet the needs of all members of the community. Offers information and referrals to community resources/programs to help meet the needs of community members.
Law for Kids

http://www.lawforkids.org/

Provides information and resources to teach children about the law. Created by the Arizona Foundation for Legal Services and Education with the specific goal of educating Arizona's youth, their parents, communities and schools to increase their knowledge about youth laws and to encourage law-abiding behavior.
Lighthouse Women's Resource Center
480-733-7348
www.wopim.org
460 S. Country Club Dr.
Mesa, AZ 85210
Strengthen women by providing a network of adequate resources and special programs. Services include: Career Empowerment Center, Daycare, Library, Community Resource Assistance, Computer Skills classes, GED classes, mentoring, legal consultant, and Abundant Life classes. Also seeking volunteers.
Magellan Health Services

www.magellanhealth.com/Training

Magellan and DBSA have partnered to create online Peer Support Courses to educate a variety of audiences about the role of Peer Specialists in promoting recovery. Hosted on Magellan’s Resiliency and Recovery E-Learning Center, these courses are free and were developed in collaboration with recognized leaders to provide convenient, self-paced learning opportunities on a range of topics such as Using Your Recovery Story and Effective Supervision of Peer Specialists.
National Alliance on Mental Illness
602-244-8166
www.namiaz.org
5025 E. Washington St.
Phoenix, AZ
Offers multiple support groups, educational programs, and seminars for recipients and family or friends throughout the valley.
National Resource Center on Psychiatric Advance Directives

http://www.nrc-pad.org/

Provides information and resources related to creating a psychiatric advance directive specific to each state. Provides a link to specific forms necessary for completing an Advance Directive.
Never Again
480-539-9111
www.neveragainfoundation.org
25 S. Arizona Pl.
Chandler, AZ 85225
Provides civil litigation and legal representation for surviving family members of victims of domestic violence deaths.
Office for Children, Youth, and Families
602-542-4043
http://gocyf.az.gov/index.asp

Provides resources, promotes citizen engagement and leads innovative projects to strengthen and empower families and communities in Arizona.
Office of Human Rights
602-364-4585
www.azdhs.gov/bhs/bcr.htm

Provides free assistance to those determined to have a Serious Mental Illness in Arizona.
Please contact the service providers directly for information about any of the services listed. Contact Southwest Network,
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Recovery Empowerment Network
602-456-2185
www.recoveryempowermentnetwork.com

Offers free education and training programs for learning more about mental illness and becoming a Peer Support Specialist, as well as free peer advocacy services.
SAMHSA's National Mental Health Information Center
800-789-2647
www.mentalhealth.samhsa.gov

Provides information on local mental health and substance abuse services.
SHARE
866-891-2392
www.sharecancersupport.org

Offers a support hotline for women diagnosed with breast or ovarian cancer. Website also provides information and resources, as well as online support.
Social Security and Disability Resource Center

http://www.ssdrc.com/

Provides information on the federal disability benefit programs, SSD (social security disability, mandated under title II of the social security act) and SSI (supplemental security income, mandated under title 16), in addition to answering questions about social security retirement benefits and providing resource links on topics such as medicare. The SSDRC is published, edited, and maintained by Tim Moore, a former disability claims examiner for the social security administration's disability determination services (DDS), as well as a former caseworker with a background in many federal assistance programs, including medicaid for disabled adults.
Sojourner Center
602-244-0089
http://www.sojournercenter.org/go2/index.php

Offers a 24 hour crisis line to provide information about shelters and safety planning. Offers emergency food, housing, clothing, and other support services for families affected by domestic violence. Offers transitional housing for families leaving shelters. Also provides advocacy services, lay legal advocacy, and family enrichment programs.
Treatment Advocacy Center
703-294-6001
http://www.treatmentadvocacycenter.org

Offers information and statistics about the Arizona Civil Commitment process, as well as links to legal forms.
Women's Health Coalition of Arizona
602-254-5611 X 108 Phoenix
www.whcofaz.com

Assists women and children in the AHCCCS application process.
Wright's Law

http://www.wrightslaw.com/

Provides accurate, reliable information about special education law, education law, and advocacy for children with disabilities.
Please contact the service providers directly for information about any of the services listed. Contact Southwest Network,
HelpBook@SouthwestNetwork.org, only to report an incorrect listing or to suggest a resource that could be added to the directory. Thank you.

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African American Multicultural Museum
480-314-4400
http://aammuseum.org
617 N. Scottsdale Rd. # A
Scottsdale, AZ 85257
Offers an extensive variety of exhibits and programs featuring art, historical items, speakers, and artist will be highlighted throughout the year. Exhibits are changed quarterly. The Museum will keynote multiculturalism by emphasizing the positive contributions of many races and cultures while incorporating the African American segment. Admission is free.
African Association of Phoenix
623-247-4869
http://www.afasa.org/

Works to promote greater awareness and understanding of Africa and the African condition through educational and cultural activities.
Greater Phoenix Urban League
602-254-5611
http://www.gphxul.org/

Offers housing, employment, education, and small business programs to the community. Housing programs include Foreclosure Prevention Counseling, First Time Homebuyers Seminar, Affordable Low Income Housing Referral assistance, and Neighborhood Stabilization programs. Employment Services include Job Readiness Training and Summer Youth Employment. Education services include Head Start and College Preparation.
PhxSoul

http://www.phxsoul.com/

Provides information about local African-American businesses, activities, and associations.
Please contact the service providers directly for information about any of the services listed. Contact Southwest Network,
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Adult Children of Alcoholics (Maricopa Co.)
602-241-6760


Offers 12 step support meetings at confidential locations.
Al-Anon Family Groups Meeting Information Line
800-344-2666


Offers national meeting information from 8am-6pm (EST).
Al-Anon/Alateen
602-249-1257 English
www.srvais.org/

Offers 12 step support meetings at confidential locations.
Alcohol & Drug Helpline
800-821-4357
wellplace.com
http://dasis3.samhsa.gov/PrxInput.aspx?detail=1
Offers drug and alcohol referrals 24 hours a day.
Arizona 2-1-1 (Community Information & Referral)
2-1-1
211Arizona.org

Provides information and referrals for various community resources 24 hours a day/7 days a week.
Drug & Alcohol Hotline
866-925-4030
alcoholhotline.com

Offers information about alcohol abuse and referrals for getting help in your community.
Families Anonymous
800-736-9805
www.familiesanonymous.org

Provides 12-steop meeting information for families of people who use drugs or alcohol.  Also offers an online meeting format.
Please contact the service providers directly for information about any of the services listed. Contact Southwest Network,
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Arizona 2-1-1 (Community Information & Referral)
2-1-1
211Arizona.org

Provides information and referrals for various community resources 24 hours a day/7 days a week.
Buckeye Outreach for Social Services (BOSS)
623-386-6365


Offers jobs to underemployed and unemployed individuals, job and life training, computer training, after school programs, GED classes and testing, free diaper and clothing bank, free 90-day medical equipment lending for youth and adult, drug and alcohol classes, parenting and youth counseling. In addition, it offers community garden with gardening beds (4 x 10) available for rent at $50/year.
Child Crisis Center Counseling Services
480-222-0194
www.childcrisis.org

Offers general mental health counseling to children ages birth to 18 years old for $75/hour. Specializing in abuse, neglect, attachment, bonding, foster care, adoption, and birth to 5 years old.
Faith Counseling Center
480-951-5343
www.faithcounselingcenter.org

Provides spiritual counseling, guidance, and direction through individual pastoral counseling. Offers a reduced fee for services based on need. Also offers an anger management group.
Family Resource Center
480-834-9424
http://www.childcrisis.org/index.html
817 N. Country Club Dr.
Mesa, AZ
Offers a wide variety of free or low cost classes and activities for parents and children, including anger management. Offers a Dads Support group on the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of the month from 6pm – 7:30pm. Also offers a Dads of Children with Special Needs Support Group on the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of the month at the same time. Please call before you attend.
Native Health
602-279-5262 x3205 (Adults)


Offers 12-week Anger Management groups for adults ($180) and teens ages 13 - 17 ($5/session). Program will teach individuals how to manage anger effectively, stop violence or the threat of violence, and develop self control over thoughts and actions. Also offers a variety of free community health education events - topics include home safety, car seats, parenting classes, fathers mentoring, and HIV/AIDS (schedule and topics change monthly, call for details).
New Horizons Counseling Service
623-939-6567
www.newhorizonscounselingservice.org
5062 W. 19th Ave., #102
Provides individual and family counseling and education services with sliding scale fee option. Services include general counseling, substance abuse treatment, domestic violence counseling, parenting education and skills training, anger management treatment, and sexual offender treatment.
Omega Counseling
602-495-9306

5800 N. 19th Ave., #110
Phoenix, AZ 85015
Provides individual and group counseling on a variety of issues including domestic violence, substance abuse, and anger management. Fees are $90/hour for individual counseling, and $15-$20/session for group therapy (2 hour sessions). No verification of citizenship required.
Organization for Non-Violence Education
623-934-0696
www.oneincusa.org

Provides individual and group counseling for anger management and domestic violence for $180/12 sessions, up to 52 weeks. Sessions are gender specific and court order approved. Men's groups are offered Mondays in the East Valley and Wednesdays in Glendale; Women's groups are offered Thursdays in Glendale.
Phoenix Christian Counseling Associates
602-548-8508
www.pcca-az.org
3101 W. Peoria Ave., #101
Phoenix, AZ 85029
Provides a full range of affordable, professional, Biblically-based counseling services. Offers reduced fee services based on income and has a “scholarship” assistance program. Also offers bilingual services.
The Potter's House
602-254-9701
http://www.thepottershousesacenter.org/

Offers outpatient substance abuse treatment, including individual, family, and group counseling. They work with the criminal justice system and offer sex offender treatment. Payment options include AHCCCS, BlueCross BlueShield, and self-pay (rates vary from $20/group session and $40/individual session to $194 for a psychiatric evaluation).
Please contact the service providers directly for information about any of the services listed. Contact Southwest Network,
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Arizona Asian American Association
hparsons@cox.net
http://www.aaaa-az.org/

Offers numerous social activities to bring the Asian community together, build unity among the various groups, make representations and make recommendations to local, county, state and federal governments.
Arizona South Asians for Safe Families
877-723-3711
www.asafsf.org

Free domestic violence assistance for individuals from South Asian communities.
Asian Pacific Community in Action
602-265-4598
http://apcaaz.org/
6741 N. 7th St.
Phoenix, AZ 85014
Offers Hepatitis B screenings, vaccinations, and education.
Chinese Cultural Center
602-273-7268
http://www.phxchinatown.com/

The facility represents the most advanced facility in North and South America featuring Chinese architecture with an exterior highlighted by traditional Chinese gardens and replicas of ancient Chinese pagodas and statues. These features combine to create a uniquely interactive hub of Asian culture in the Southwest.
National Association of Asian American Professionals of Phoenix

http://naaapphoenix.org/

Offers opportunities for cultural awareness and community service activities in Asian American communities in the Phoenix area. Provides an environment where Asian Americans of all descent and others can work together to advance our collective career advancement and make significant contributions to our community through volunteer and charity work.
Thai Association of Arizona

http://www.thaisunday.com/index.php

Provides information about local Thai businesses, restaurants, stores, churches, activities, and associations.
TheFilipino.com
602-380-7295
http://www.thefilipino.com/filipinosinarizona.html

Provides information about local Filipino businesses, restaurants, stores, churches, activities, and associations.
Please contact the service providers directly for information about any of the services listed. Contact Southwest Network,
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Arizona Child Care Resource & Referral
800-308-9000
www.azchildcare.org

Provides free information about community trainings and resources for child care providers and the early childhood community via telephone or online search.
Arizona Department of Economic Security
602-542-9935
www.healthearizona.org
https://www.azdes.gov/default.aspx
Offers a Nutritious Assistance Program (formerly Food Stamps) based on income and other eligibility requirements. Ask your doctor to complete form FAA-1249A to provide with your application. A number of other assistance programs are available, including the Arizona Early Intervention Program (birth to 3 years), Child care, and caregiver support resources.
Arizona Literacy and Learning Center
602-212-1089
http://www.azlit.org/

Provides free developmental screenings for children ages 3 to 5. Also, offers comprehensive psycho-educational evaluations and audiology services for a competitive fee.
Association for Supportive Child Care
800-535-4599
http://www.asccaz.org/index.htm

Provides free information about community trainings and resources for child care providers and the early childhood community via telephone or online search. Offers a Kith & Kin Project that provides a 14 week free early childhood training and support group to child care providers of the children of friends and family. Transportation within a 5 mile radius can be provided. Free childcare available during the classes.
Family Involvement Center
602-288-0155
www.familyinvolvementcenter.org
5333 North 7th Street, Suite A-100
Phoenix, AZ 85014
Designed to assist and support families and caregivers to ensure children with emotional, behavioral, or mental health disorders succeed. They offer educational events, support groups, and resources. Topics change monthly. Call for updated information.
Family Learning Center
602-344-1352
http://www.mihs.org/services-and-programs/flceducation-classes

Offers an array of information and resources, as well as free fun and health-focused classes and activities Most activities open to all community members; many activities focused on children and youth.
Good Fit Counseling Center
602-200-0434 x8672
http://www.swhd.org/

Offers counseling and therapy to children (ages 3 and under) and their families on a sliding scale fee schedule or insurance reimbursement. Services include play therapy, child and family counseling, assessments, and evaluations.
Healthy Families
602-266-5976 x5200
http://www.swhd.org/how-we-help/health-and-development/healthy-families

A community-based, family-centered, voluntary home visitation program serving at risk prenatal families and families with newborns through age five. The infant must be under three months of age at enrollment into the program as services are focused primarily on prevention through education and support in the homes of new parents.
Healthy Start
602-304-1166
http://www.maricopa.gov/PublicHealth/programs/HealthyStart/

Offers free perinatal case management services, health education events and learning opportunities to women and their families in South Phoenix and Maryvale.
Parents as Teachers
480-388-3292
http://www.azpartnershipforchildren.org/parentsAsTeachers.htm

Offers free Parent Educator services for families with a child age birth to five. Services include home visits, resource and referral, group meetings (with free childcare), and child screenings.
Phoenix Nurse Family Partnership
602-224-1740


Offers free home visits by a Registered Nurse (RN) for women pregnant with their first child. The RN provides health and development education, life coaching, assistance locating appropriate resources, and prenatal education. Services continue through the child's second birthday.
Please contact the service providers directly for information about any of the services listed. Contact Southwest Network,
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Project Launch
602-358-6291
http://www.baylessbhs.com/projectlaunch/

Offers free training programs and certification to promote young child (0-8 years) wellness to parents in the 85041 and 85040 zip codes. Must have a child ages 0 to 8 years.
Southwest Human Development
602-266-5976
http://www.swhd.org/
2850 N. 24th Street
Phoenix, AZ 85008
Offers a free Birth to Five helpline open Monday through Friday from 8am to 8pm; staffed by RNs and Social Workers. Offers advice and referrals for any questions related to children ages birth to five. Also offers a free Fussy Baby Program to any parent with a child under 1 year of age residing in Maricopa County.
Text4Baby
Text BABY to 511411
www.text4baby.org

Offers free text-length text health messages containing personal and timely health information and resources for pregnant moms. Messages are timed to the due date, and continue through the first year of the baby's life. Text4Baby works with most cell phone carriers, so all messages are free and do not count toward any text message limits.
The Center for Autism and Related Disorders
602-325-2485
http://phoenix.centerforautism.com
1620 N. 48th St.
Phoenix, AZ 85008
Offers free therapy to Northeast Valley children who have behavior problems. The short-term therapy is for families with children up to age 5 who don't have to have an autism diagnosis to qualify. Families must live in Scottsdale, Paradise Valley, Fountain Hills, Cave Creek, Carefree or on the Fort McDowell Reservation. There are no income restrictions.
Thrive to Five Family Resource Centers

http://thrivetofive.org/?page_id=465
Varied Locations
Varied Locations
Thrive To Five is a project of Commitment to Schools of Tempe and Kyrene and is funded by First Things First to provide family support services to parents and/or caregivers of children aged birth to five years old. Thrive To Five has the goals of promoting understanding of early child development and brain growth and to provide families and caregivers with the knowledge, skills and resources to help children reach their potential and enter school ready to learn. Family Support Services are offered through the Family Resource Centers of the Tempe Elementary and Kyrene School Districts. Parent Liaisons work within the Resource Centers as a direct contact for parents in their community. Thrive To Five services are offered FREE to families and caregivers of children aged birth through five years old.
Please contact the service providers directly for information about any of the services listed. Contact Southwest Network,
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1n10
602-754-1175
http://www.1n10.org/
4121 North 7th Avenue
Phoenix, AZ 85013
1n10 provides a safe, social environment for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and questioning (LGBTQ) youth. Offers drop-in social support services for LGBTQ youth ages 14-22 to develop positive self-acceptance through life enhancing programs and connection with local resources. Offers two weekly meetings and various social events and resources. Offers GED services, job development, benefits assistance, HIV testing, and a soup kitchen/food box kitchen 4 days/week. All services are free, and there are no citizenship requirements.
Abrazo School Based Health Centers
602-246-5597
http://www.abrazohealth.com/services/schoolbasedCenters.aspx

Provides preventive and primary medical and dental care to children who are uninsured and underserved in specific Phoenix school districts.
AMC Theatres Sensory Friendly Films

http://www.amctheatres.com/SFF/

The program provides a special opportunity for families to enjoy their favorite films in a safe and accepting environment at a reasonable cost (appx. $5). The auditoriums have their lights up, the sound turned down and audience members are invited to get up and dance, walk, shout or sing! Arizona locations include Arizona Center 24, Deer Valley 30, and Mesa Grand 24. For showtimes, go online or contact one of the three theatres.
American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry

http://www.aacap.org/

National professional medical association dedicated to treating and improving the quality of life for children, adolescents, and families affected by these disorders. Publishes "Facts for Families" to provide concise and up-to-date information on issues that affect children, teenagers, and their families, and offers AACAP Resource Centers to empower consumers through patient education.
Arizona 2-1-1 (Community Information & Referral)
2-1-1
211Arizona.org

Provides information and referrals for various community resources 24 hours a day/7 days a week.
Arizona Center for Responsible Fathers
602-234-3941 x28

700 West Campbell Ave., #3
Phoenix, AZ 85013
Offers free 1 and 2 day responsible father classes weekly to fathers over the age of 18. Graduates receive a certificate and gift card. Also offers free economic stability (job assistance) and behavior modification classes.
Arizona Child & Family Advocacy Network
928-713-9248
http://www.acfan.net/index.htm

Advocacy centers located throughout Arizona are designed to provide onsite services to child victims of either physical or sexual abuse as well as neglect. Some centers provide services to adult victims of sexual assault, domestic violence, or vulnerable adult abuse.
Arizona Child Abuse Info Center

www.childhelpinfocenter.org

Offers a clearinghouse of information regarding child abuse and neglect and foster care for children, youth, parents, professionals, and community members. Provide information, education, and resources on child abuse and foster care.
Arizona Child Care Resource & Referral
800-308-9000
www.azchildcare.org

Provides free information about community trainings and resources for child care providers and the early childhood community via telephone or online search.
Arizona Department of Economic Security
602-542-9935
www.healthearizona.org
https://www.azdes.gov/default.aspx
Offers a Nutritious Assistance Program (formerly Food Stamps) based on income and other eligibility requirements. Ask your doctor to complete form FAA-1249A to provide with your application. A number of other assistance programs are available, including the Arizona Early Intervention Program (birth to 3 years), Child care, and caregiver support resources.
Arizona Helping Hands
480-889-0604
http://www.azhelpinghands.org/whatwedo.html

Offers multiple programs to assist under-privileged and struggling children and families, including an annual holiday toy distribution, annual Christmas meal, English as a Learned Language for parents of school-aged children, vision care for children, and other special projects throughout the year.
Please contact the service providers directly for information about any of the services listed. Contact Southwest Network,
HelpBook@SouthwestNetwork.org, only to report an incorrect listing or to suggest a resource that could be added to the directory. Thank you.

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Arizona Literacy and Learning Center
602-212-1089
http://www.azlit.org/

Provides free developmental screenings for children ages 3 to 5. Also, offers comprehensive psycho-educational evaluations and audiology services for a competitive fee.
Arizona Marriage & Family Therapy Clinic
480-282-8778
www.azmftclinic.com
6100 W. Gila Springs Place, Suite 19
Chandler, AZ 85226
Offers individual, couple, premarital, family, and group counseling services at affordable rates (starting at $35/hour).
Arizona Phoenix Baptist Children's Services
602-346-2300
www.abcs.org

Offers low cost ($40 - $80/session) counseling to children and adults. Also offers an array of workshops, parenting classes, and resources.
ArizonaSERVES

www.azdes.gov/arizonaserveshome.aspx

Online database for finding community resources for foster care, childcare, family resources, and transportation resources.
Association for Supportive Child Care
800-535-4599
http://www.asccaz.org/index.htm

Provides free information about community trainings and resources for child care providers and the early childhood community via telephone or online search. Offers a Kith & Kin Project that provides a 14 week free early childhood training and support group to child care providers of the children of friends and family. Transportation within a 5 mile radius can be provided. Free childcare available during the classes.
AZ Foster Youth 411
866-999-6384
http://www.fosteryouth411.org/index.php

Foster Youth 411 is a website designed for youth and young adults who need resources and information to facilitate immediate survival and long-term success. The website provides multiple emergency toll free helplines for resources, including shelter, education/employment assistance, transportation, and food.
Banner Children's Asthma Support Group
480-412-7902

Carden Children's Medical Center
The entire family & caregivers of the child with asthma is invited to attend with the child with asthma to learn how to control their asthma, so asthma does not control them. To sign up for future flyers by email or to learn more: please call Kimberly Reiners, Pediatric Asthma Educator for Cardon Children's Medical Center at 480-412-7902 or email: AZPedsAsthmaSupport@bannerhealth.com
Banner Health School-Based Health Services
480-412-6344
http://www.bannerhealth.com/Services/Pediatrics/School+Based+Centers/_Outreach.htm?rd=schoolclinics
Multiple Locations -Check the website for moreinformation
Banner’s goal is to keep your child healthy, and limit his/her number of absentee days from school. This service is efficient, cost effective, and easily accessible through your school nurse. Our health clinics are located at several schools around the Valley. Students do not need to attend these schools in order to receive care. Please call (480) 412-6344 to find the clinic closest to you.
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Arizona
602-264-9254
www.bbbsaz.org/

Offers community-based and school-based mentoring programs for children ages 6 to 18.
Boys and Girls Clubs
602-954-8182 (Phoenix)
http://www.bgcmp.org
http://www.clubzona.org/
Offers a variety of summer and after school programs for children in grades K through 12, including programs in Arts, Character and Leadership, Education and Career Development, Technology, Health and Life Skills, and Sports, Fitness, and Recreations. Dues start around $30/year with scholorships available dependent on family income and situation.
CARE Partnership
480-833-8987
http://carepartnership.org/index.php
466 South Bellview Street
Mesa, AZ 85204
Provides a variety of free community programs including uninsured health and dental care, youth programs, education programs, food bank, community revitalization, community gatherings, and English as a Second Language classes on Saturdays at 10:30 for $5/registration fee. ESL classes are designed for Spanish speaking population. No proof of citizenship required.
Please contact the service providers directly for information about any of the services listed. Contact Southwest Network,
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Carrington College Dental Clinic
480-717-3510

1300 S. Country Club Drive
Mesa, AZ
Offering free dental care to children ages 12-17, conducted by supervised students in the college's dental-hygeine program, including X-rays, cleaning and polishing. Valid 5-8:30pm Mondays, 8am-9pm Tuesdays, 1-5pm Wednesdays, and 8am-5pm Thursdays and Fridays.
Chandler Care Center
480-728-3798

777 E. Galveston Road
Chandler, AZ 8524
Provides free vision and hearing screenings for children on Tuesdays and Fridays from 9am - 12pm (starting May 10, 2011).
Chandler Christian Church
480-963-3997 (Larry)
www.chandlercc.org

Offers a number of different support groups and programs including Anxiety Support Group, Career Networking, Divorce Care ($15), Divorce Care for Kids ($12), Grief Share ($15), Hope Keepers (Chronic Illness/Disability Support), The Waiting Room (Support for families of people with same sex attraction), and Women in Transition. Most are free. Call Larry for more details.
Child Abuse Hotline
800-792-5200


Takes reports after hours and provide referrals to local shelters.
Child Crisis Center Counseling Services
480-222-0194
www.childcrisis.org

Offers general mental health counseling to children ages birth to 18 years old for $75/hour. Specializing in abuse, neglect, attachment, bonding, foster care, adoption, and birth to 5 years old.
Child Crisis Center Emergency Shelter
480-969-2308
http://www.childcrisis.org/shelter/index.html

Temporary emergency shelter for children ages 0-11 years old. Offers shelter to children in abusive situations as well as any child needing a place to stay whether due to family emotional stress or homelessness.
Child Help USA
800-422-4453
www.childhelpusa.org

National child abuse hotline that provides crisis information, child abuse and neglect counseling, and general referrals throughout the US.
Children's Action Alliance
602-266-0707
www.azchildren.org

Children’s Action Alliance is a non-profit, non-partisan research, education and advocacy organization dedicated to promoting the well-being of Arizona’s children and families. They provide information and referrals designed the meet the needs of children and families.
Covenant House
800-999-9999
www.covenanthouse.org

Crisis hotline for troubled teens and families. Provides referrals to shelters and counseling services throughout the US.
Crisis Nursery
602-273-7363
www.crisisnurseryphx.org

This program is designed to break the cycle of abuse and neglect by offering protection, support, and opportunities for families and children. They offer temporary shelter for children with a full array of medical and social services while the children are in the shelter, day programming focused on child development and family/child relationships, and support to high risk families starting during pregnancy.
Dave Pratt Dental Clinic
602-271-9961
www.bgcmp.org/dental.htm
1601 W. Sherman St.
Phoenix, AZ 85007
Low cost dental care for children ages 5-17 who do not qualify for AHCCCS or private insurance. Open Tuesday through Friday, 7am - 6pm. Parents must bring proof of income. Proof of citizenship not required.
Please contact the service providers directly for information about any of the services listed. Contact Southwest Network,
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Family Involvement Center
602-288-0155
www.familyinvolvementcenter.org
5333 North 7th Street, Suite A-100
Phoenix, AZ 85014
Designed to assist and support families and caregivers to ensure children with emotional, behavioral, or mental health disorders succeed. They offer educational events, support groups, and resources. Topics change monthly. Call for updated information.
Family Learning Center
602-344-1352
http://www.mihs.org/services-and-programs/flceducation-classes

Offers an array of information and resources, as well as free fun and health-focused classes and activities Most activities open to all community members; many activities focused on children and youth.
Family Promise
480-659-5227
www.familypromiseaz.org

Designed to meet the needs of homeless families in the Phoenix area, providing shelter, meals, educational services, and social support.
Family Resource Center
480-834-9424
http://www.childcrisis.org/index.html
817 N. Country Club Dr.
Mesa, AZ
Offers a wide variety of free or low cost classes and activities for parents and children, including anger management. Offers a Dads Support group on the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of the month from 6pm – 7:30pm. Also offers a Dads of Children with Special Needs Support Group on the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of the month at the same time. Please call before you attend.
First Teeth First
602-506-6900
http://www.maricopa.gov/publichealth/programs/oral/firstteeth.aspx

Maricopa County Office of Oral Health’s First Teeth First program provides dental screenings, parent education, fluoride varnish, and referrals to children five years of age and younger in the Northwest, Southwest, and Northeast Maricopa, and South Phoenix Regions in Maricopa County.
Florence Crittenton
602-274-7549
www.flocrit.org
715 West Mariposa Street
Phoenix, AZ 85013
Florence Crittenton is a community based services program that is designed to support teens and youth so they can discover their self-worth and reach a higher level of independence.
Foundation for Blind Children
602-331-1470
http://www.seeitourway.org/
1235 East Harmont Drive
Phoenix, AZ 85020
Creates opportunities for anyone with vision loss to achieve. With three Valley locations (East Valley, West Valley and Central Phoenix), they strive to serve as "the" community's resource for blind, visually-impaired, and multi-handicapped children, adults, and their families.
Good Fit Counseling Center
602-200-0434 x8672
http://www.swhd.org/

Offers counseling and therapy to children (ages 3 and under) and their families on a sliding scale fee schedule or insurance reimbursement. Services include play therapy, child and family counseling, assessments, and evaluations.
Greater Phoenix Urban League
602-254-5611
http://www.gphxul.org/

Offers housing, employment, education, and small business programs to the community. Housing programs include Foreclosure Prevention Counseling, First Time Homebuyers Seminar, Affordable Low Income Housing Referral assistance, and Neighborhood Stabilization programs. Employment Services include Job Readiness Training and Summer Youth Employment. Education services include Head Start and College Preparation.
Healthy Families
602-266-5976 x5200
http://www.swhd.org/how-we-help/health-and-development/healthy-families

A community-based, family-centered, voluntary home visitation program serving at risk prenatal families and families with newborns through age five. The infant must be under three months of age at enrollment into the program as services are focused primarily on prevention through education and support in the homes of new parents.
HEAR For Kids
602-690-3975
www.earfoundationaz.com

Provides financial assistance with obtaining hearing aids for children who do not qualify for AHCCCS. Also offers loaner hearing aids while awaiting permenant devices.
Please contact the service providers directly for information about any of the services listed. Contact Southwest Network,
HelpBook@SouthwestNetwork.org, only to report an incorrect listing or to suggest a resource that could be added to the directory. Thank you.

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Herbert K Cummings Community Center
623-772-2760


Provides family activities, including back to school clothing for children, household items, supplemental canned food, domestic violence assistance, and referrals for counseling. Also offers ESOL and literacy classes. Proof of citizenship not required.
Immunizations (Adult, Child, Foreign Travel)

http://www.maricopa.gov/publichealth/services/immunizations/
1645 E. Roosevelt St.
Phoenix, AZ
Offers immunizations for adults, children, and foreign travel needs.
Internet Essentials
1-855-846-8376
http://www.internetessentials.com/

Provides low cost internet service ($9.95/month), a low-cost computer ($150), and free internet training for families with children receiving free school lunch assistance.
John C. Lincoln Health Network Desert Mission
602-331-5792
http://www.jcl.com/content/desertmission/default.htm
9201 N. 5th St.
Phoenix, AZ 85020
Provides a Children’s Learning Center (ages 6 weeks to 12 years) and Adult Day Care Center (over 50) with limited sliding scale fee options. Will work with individuals and families to determine eligibility for other programs that may pay for services. Offers emergency food boxes (6 per calendar year) to individuals and families in need in their service area. Also offers a Food Pantry for low cost perishable and non-perishable groceries for individuals and families in their service area. Offers a dental clinic for uninsured children on a sliding scale fee schedule. Offers a medical clinic for uninsured families and individuals on a sliding scale fee schedule. The Behavioral Health clinic offers limited sliding scale fee options. Offers free homebuyer education classes to anyone, as well as additional independent housing assistance programs for qualifying individuals. No proof of citizenship required for any of the programs.
Juvenile Alternatives in Glendale (JAG)
623-847-7040


Offers free groups to youth ages 13-17 in Anger Management, Substance Abuse, and Positive Choices. Also offers a short-term (23 hour) non-secure alternative to detention for youth when there is a crisis in the home.
Kids.gov

http://www.kids.gov/

Kids.gov is the official kids' portal for the U.S. government. It links to over 2,000 web pages from government agencies, schools, and educational organizations, all geared to the learning level and interest of kids.
Law for Kids

http://www.lawforkids.org/

Provides information and resources to teach children about the law. Created by the Arizona Foundation for Legal Services and Education with the specific goal of educating Arizona's youth, their parents, communities and schools to increase their knowledge about youth laws and to encourage law-abiding behavior.
MIKID
602-253-1240
www.mikid.org

Designed to provide support and assistance to families in Arizona with behaviorally challenged children. They offer educational events, support groups, and resources.
Miracle Ear
800-234-5422
www.miracle-ear.com

Provides assistance with hearing aids for children under the age of 16 with parent(s) who make less than $50,000/year.  Child must live in the US, fill out an application, and have a current audiogram.
My Brother's Keeper
602-437-5422
http://www.mbklifeline.com/contactus.html

Offers a lifeline program that provides life skills, job readiness classes and resources, and assistance with job placement for ex-offenders released within the last year. Also offers a youth program with no eligibility requirements.Offers a tattoo removal program (fees are $45-$110/session) for ex-offenders.
My Child's Ready
480-304-9440
www.childcrisis.org

Provides free information, support, and education about your child’s development for expecting parents or parents of children ages 0-5 in Mesa, Gilbert, and Queen Creek.
Please contact the service providers directly for information about any of the services listed. Contact Southwest Network,
HelpBook@SouthwestNetwork.org, only to report an incorrect listing or to suggest a resource that could be added to the directory. Thank you.

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National Center on Secondary Education and Transition
612-624-2097
http://www.ncset.org/

Coordinates national resources, offers technical assistance, and disseminates information related to secondary education and transition for youth with disabilities in order to create opportunities for youth to achieve successful futures. Offers additional online programs for development and transition planning, including Youthhood.org, Transition Solutions, and Check and Connect.
National Hotline for Missing & Exploited Children
800-843-5678
www.missingkids.com

Provides resources, information, and support for issues regarding child protection.
National Hunger Hotline and Summer Food Service Program (SFSP)
1-866-3-HUNGRY
http://www.whyhunger.org/findfood

The Summer Food Service Program (SFSP) was established to ensure that low-income children continue to receive nutritious meals when school is not in session. Free meals, that meet Federal nutrition guidelines, are provided to all children 18 years old and under at approved SFSP sites in areas with significant concentrations of low-income children.
Native Health
602-279-5262 x3205 (Adults)


Offers 12-week Anger Management groups for adults ($180) and teens ages 13 - 17 ($5/session). Program will teach individuals how to manage anger effectively, stop violence or the threat of violence, and develop self control over thoughts and actions. Also offers a variety of free community health education events - topics include home safety, car seats, parenting classes, fathers mentoring, and HIV/AIDS (schedule and topics change monthly, call for details).
New Song Center for Grieving Children
480-951-8985
http://www.hov.org/new_song_center.aspx

Offers grief support for children, teens, young adults and parents or family caregivers. The center also offers grief education for caregivers, community groups, clergy, medical and mental health professionals.
not MY kid
602-652-0163
http://www.notmykid.org/home.aspx
5230 E. Shea Blvd., #100
Scottsdale, AZ
Offers local resources including drug testing information, support group information, and crisis information, as well as educational materials to help parents and young adults make informed choices to avoid destructive behavior.
Office for Children, Youth, and Families
602-542-4043
http://gocyf.az.gov/index.asp

Provides resources, promotes citizen engagement and leads innovative projects to strengthen and empower families and communities in Arizona.
Parent Education and Support Group (MIKID)
602-253-1240
www.mikid.org
2642 E. Thomas Rd.
Phoenix, AZ 85016
1st Saturday of each month. Please call before you attend.
Parents as Teachers
480-388-3292
http://www.azpartnershipforchildren.org/parentsAsTeachers.htm

Offers free Parent Educator services for families with a child age birth to five. Services include home visits, resource and referral, group meetings (with free childcare), and child screenings.
Phoenix Neighbors Helping Neighbors
westphoenixneighbors@hotmail.com
http://www.facebook.com/pages/Phoenix-Neighbors-Helping-Neighbors/129573963723797?ref=mf

Community Outreach program to offer free clothing, toys, and personal items. This is a place where you can trade your items, without having to worry about money. (A lot of parents come to trade their kids' outgrown clothes and toys for bigger ones.) This is also a place where those who have been blessed, can donate their things. And also for those who are truly in need, to come and get what they need. Must make appointment through e-mail.
Raising Special Kids
602-242-4366
www.raisingspecialkids.org

Offers free information, training, resources, and support to families of children (up to age 22) with disabilities and special health care needs. Services include free training workshops, parent-to-parent matching services, and resource/referral information.
Please contact the service providers directly for information about any of the services listed. Contact Southwest Network,
HelpBook@SouthwestNetwork.org, only to report an incorrect listing or to suggest a resource that could be added to the directory. Thank you.

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Safety, Nutrition, Activity and Care for Kids (SNACK)
602-506-6850
http://www.maricopa.gov/publichealth/programs/snack/default.aspx
4041 N. Central Ave., Suite 700
Phoenix, AZ 85012
SNACK works in the Northwest and Southwest Valley communities to make kids safer, healthier and happier. We are an enthusiastic team of Health Educators, Dietitians, Car Seat Specialists and a Resource Coordinator that are here to help you, your child and your child care center or preschool.
Southwest Human Development
602-266-5976
http://www.swhd.org/
2850 N. 24th Street
Phoenix, AZ 85008
Offers a free Birth to Five helpline open Monday through Friday from 8am to 8pm; staffed by RNs and Social Workers. Offers advice and referrals for any questions related to children ages birth to five. Also offers a free Fussy Baby Program to any parent with a child under 1 year of age residing in Maricopa County.
Standing Strong Teen Program
602-424-2060
www.nativeconnections.org

Offers a 12 week outpatient and community based substance abuse treatment program with a focus on minority teens.
Sunrise Preschools
480-706-2500
http://www.sunrisepreschools.com/

Offers free interview care for children ages 6 weeks to 12 years old. Childcare is provided for up to 4 hours for interviews only.
Teen Lifeline
602-248-8336
www.teenlifeline.org

Offers a peer counseling suicide hotline from 3pm - 9pm daily. Also offers Life Skills Development Training for teens interested in becoming Peer Counselors. Awareness, education, and prevention material available to the community, as well as training opportunities.
Teen Outreach Pregnancy Services (TOPS)
480-668-8800
www.teenoutreachaz.org
931 E. Southern Ave., Suite 101
Mesa, AZ
Provides a free education based program for pregnant and parenting teens, 21 and under. Teens are given healthy pregnancy classes, childbirth classes, parenting classes, support group and special events. Dedicated Case Managers follow the teens for up to a year following the birth of their baby making sure that they have the best possible outcomes.
Teen Support Group (MIKID)
602-253-1240
www.mikid.org
2642 E. Thomas Rd.
Phoenix, AZ 85016
3rd Saturday of each month. Please call before you attend.
The Center for Autism and Related Disorders
602-325-2485
http://phoenix.centerforautism.com
1620 N. 48th St.
Phoenix, AZ 85008
Offers free therapy to Northeast Valley children who have behavior problems. The short-term therapy is for families with children up to age 5 who don't have to have an autism diagnosis to qualify. Families must live in Scottsdale, Paradise Valley, Fountain Hills, Cave Creek, Carefree or on the Fort McDowell Reservation. There are no income restrictions.
The Dolores Ann Legault Foundation
480-242-0038
http://www.thedoloresannlegaultfoundation.org/

Provides financial assistance to families with funeral and burial costs after the loss of a child 19 years or younger, by homicide or tragic accident.
The New Foundation
480-945-3302
www.thenewfoundation.org
1200 N. 77th St.
Scottsdale, AZ
Offers outpatient counseling, inpatient treatment, inpatient stabilization, a group home, and a partial hospitalization program for youth up to age 17 for both behavioral health and substance abuse. Offers services on a sliding scale fee option (rates as low as $20/session). Also offers a 5 day respite service (STOP) for $150/day.
The New Song Center for Grieving Children

http://www.hov.org/welcome-new-song-center-grieving-children

When tragedy claims the life of a loved one, families often need help finding a way to heal. The New Song Center for Grieving Children is here to provide nurturing support for grieving children, teens, young adults and their families.
Please contact the service providers directly for information about any of the services listed. Contact Southwest Network,
HelpBook@SouthwestNetwork.org, only to report an incorrect listing or to suggest a resource that could be added to the directory. Thank you.

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UnitedHealthcare Children's Foundation
952-992-4459
www.uhccf.org

Offers a grant program to cover the cost of medical-related services and equipment for children (hearing aids, speech therapy, wheelchairs, etc.) not covered fully covered by the available commercial health benefit plan.
Unlimited Potential
602-243-7376
www.upaz.org

Offers literacy and educational programs for Hispanic women and children age 5 and under including a bilingual family literacy program; adult education programs covering self-esteem, literacy, and English; and early childhood programs fostering language and socialization. There is a $150 fee, ($20 returnable at end of course) for the GED course. Also offers bilingual support groups. No proof of citizenship required.
WellCare Foundation
602-263-7619
www.wellcarefoundation.org

Provides free, integrated primary healthcare to single working mothers and their children not on state assistance who cannot afford insurance or pay for needed healthcare.
Workshops for Youth and Families
480-245-9724
http://www.workshopsaz.org/
8711 E. Pinnacle Peak Rd. Ste. F101 PMB 348
Scottsdale, AZ 85255
Workshop for Youth and Families wants to provide young people with the necessary tools and information to expand social, emotional and life skills; negotiate new and conflicting demands and pressures; build a higher level of interpersonal and leadership behavior; nurture necessary personal strengths and assets for success, and enhance resiliency for a healthy transition through the adolescent years.
Wright's Law

http://www.wrightslaw.com/

Provides accurate, reliable information about special education law, education law, and advocacy for children with disabilities.
Youth Build
602-238-4334
http://www.youthbuild.org/site/c.htIRI3PIKoG/b.1223921/k.BD3C/Home.htm

Offers a paid GED and job skills training program for youth (ages 16-24). Some income limitations, but can accept individuals above income on case-by-case basis.
Youth Evaluation and Treatment Valley Clinical Services
480-661-1075
http://www.youthetc.org/

Provides outpatient behavioral health services to include medication management, individual adult and child counseling services, eating disorder treatment, and substance abuse treatment with a sliding scale fee option. Multiple valley locations. No proof of citizenship required.
Please contact the service providers directly for information about any of the services listed. Contact Southwest Network,
HelpBook@SouthwestNetwork.org, only to report an incorrect listing or to suggest a resource that could be added to the directory. Thank you.

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Abby's Place
602-773-7523

5707 N. 7th St.
Phoenix, AZ
Southwest Behavioral Health's Thrift store offers all Magellan members a 50% discount on all merchandise every day. Each day of the week also offers a special discount opportunity. Open Monday through Friday 9:30am - 4pm.
Agua Fria Food & Clothing Bank
623-932-9135
www.azfoodbanks.org
405 E. Harrison Dr.
Avondale, AZ 85323
Free food and clothing resource open from 8:30 am – 2 pm Monday through Thursday, and 8:30 am – 12:30 pm on Friday. No proof of citizenship required.
Andre House
602-255-0580
www.andrehouse.org
213 S. 11th Ave.
Phoenix, AZ 85007
Offers transitional housing for men and women; call 602-252-9023 between 10:15am and 12pm on Tuesday or Wednesday, or between 8am and 9:30am on Saturday to schedule an interview. Offers a nightly meal Saturday through Thursday between 5:30pm and 6:30pm. Offers a clothing closet for adult clothes on Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday at 10am, and on Saturday at 1pm. Offers showers at 1pm Monday through Thursday, and at 12:30pm on Saturday. Offers free laundry services on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday. Drop off one load at 10am on Monday, Tuesday or Thursday, and at 1pm on Saturday. Clothing will be washed, dried, and folded, and ready for pick up in the afternoon. Also offers locker rentals for $10 key deposit and $2/month; office is open Monday through Thursday from 3:30pm to 4:30pm. Proof of citizenship not required, but ID required for some services.
Arizona 2-1-1 (Community Information & Referral)
2-1-1
211Arizona.org

Provides information and referrals for various community resources 24 hours a day/7 days a week.
Casa De Amor Computer Technology Center
480-464-2877


Free computer classes in basic keyboarding, mouse skills, word processing, and how to use the internet to find a job. Also offers free food and clothing.
Chandler Christian Community Center
480-963-1423
http://www.chandlerfoodbank.org/
345 S. California St.
Chandler, AZ
Meets the basic human needs, including emergency food boxes for people in crisis in the Chandler community and works to empower individuals and families by providing programs that develop skills needed for self-sufficiency and long-term change.
Chandler Community Action
480-963-4321

650 N. Arizona Ave.
Chandler, AZ 85225
Offers clothing and food box referrals for walk-ins Monday through Thursday from 8am - 10:30am. Offers assistance with utilities and past due rent; must come in and fill out an application Monday through Thursday 8am - 5pm. Verification of citizenship not required. Closed Friday.
Concerned Citizens for Community Health
480-312-2323

7700 E. Roosevelt
Scottsdale, AZ
Offers vouchers for clothing, and an onsite food bank. Must make an appointment. Proof of citizenship required.
Herbert K Cummings Community Center
623-772-2760


Provides family activities, including back to school clothing for children, household items, supplemental canned food, domestic violence assistance, and referrals for counseling. Also offers ESOL and literacy classes. Proof of citizenship not required.
Interfatith Cooperative Ministries
602-254-7450
www.icmaz.org
501 S. 9th Ave.
Phoenix, AZ
Offers a food and clothing bank. Open Monday through Saturday from 9am to 11am. Must bring photo ID and proof of address. Also offers a free monthly health clinic - call for details.
Phoenix Neighbors Helping Neighbors
westphoenixneighbors@hotmail.com
http://www.facebook.com/pages/Phoenix-Neighbors-Helping-Neighbors/129573963723797?ref=mf

Community Outreach program to offer free clothing, toys, and personal items. This is a place where you can trade your items, without having to worry about money. (A lot of parents come to trade their kids' outgrown clothes and toys for bigger ones.) This is also a place where those who have been blessed, can donate their things. And also for those who are truly in need, to come and get what they need. Must make appointment through e-mail.
Please contact the service providers directly for information about any of the services listed. Contact Southwest Network,
HelpBook@SouthwestNetwork.org, only to report an incorrect listing or to suggest a resource that could be added to the directory. Thank you.

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Phoenix Rescue Mission
602-233-3000
Phoenixrescuemission.org

Offers three free meals a day (7am, 12pm, 5pm) for anyone, and shelter services for adult men. Offers daily showers for men, women, and children, spiritual support, e-mail, and voicemail services. Phoenix Rescue Mission is also a safe day labor pick up station. Must show proof of residence and identity. Proof of citizenship not required. Also offers a substance abuse program for adult men.
The Salvation Army
602-267-4122
www.salvationarmyusa.org

Provides assistance with food, rent payments, utility payments, transportation costs, prescription costs, hygiene supplies, counseling, clothing, and other emergency assistance for individuals and families in need. Programs located throughout the valley.
Please contact the service providers directly for information about any of the services listed. Contact Southwest Network,
HelpBook@SouthwestNetwork.org, only to report an incorrect listing or to suggest a resource that could be added to the directory. Thank you.

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American Cell Phone Drive

www.americancellphonedrive.org/cell-phone-emergency-911.cfm

Provides free cell phones for 9-1-1 calls for anyone.
Arizona 2-1-1 (Community Information & Referral)
2-1-1
211Arizona.org

Provides information and referrals for various community resources 24 hours a day/7 days a week.
Arizona Assistive Technology Exchange

http://www.azatexchange.org

Online resource for used assistive technology, adapted and durable medical equipment. Some items are no cost, although some may have a price or best offer.
AT & T Language Line
800-752-6096
www.languageline.com

Communicate with anyone in over 170 languages within minutes. This is a fee for service provider.
Care 1st Avondale Resource Center
623-333-2703


Provides human and housing services including assistance with benefits, tutoring in English and literacy, citizenship classes, employment assistance, parenting classes and teen pregnancy support, and various other resources and workshops. Multiple social service agencies are housed in this location; each has their own eligibility criteria. Please call for details. Do not have to be a resident of Avondale to access these services.
CARE Partnership
480-833-8987
http://carepartnership.org/index.php
466 South Bellview Street
Mesa, AZ 85204
Provides a variety of free community programs including uninsured health and dental care, youth programs, education programs, food bank, community revitalization, community gatherings, and English as a Second Language classes on Saturdays at 10:30 for $5/registration fee. ESL classes are designed for Spanish speaking population. No proof of citizenship required.
Community Voicemail
602-263-8845 X108
www.cvm.org

Provides a free local number to set up and check voicemail.  No eligibility or restrictions.
Friendly House
602-416-7219
www.friendlyhouse.org

Provides free GED preparation classes, citizenship classes, literacy classes, health and financial literacy classes, and ESOL classes. Orientations are held once every three months. Must bring ID and proof of legal residency.
HEAR For Kids
602-690-3975
www.earfoundationaz.com

Provides financial assistance with obtaining hearing aids for children who do not qualify for AHCCCS. Also offers loaner hearing aids while awaiting permenant devices.
Herbert K Cummings Community Center
623-772-2760


Provides family activities, including back to school clothing for children, household items, supplemental canned food, domestic violence assistance, and referrals for counseling. Also offers ESOL and literacy classes. Proof of citizenship not required.
Hopeline
602-279-2900


Provides a phone and 3000 anytime minutes to domestic violence survivors affiliated with a local domestic violence agency.
Please contact the service providers directly for information about any of the services listed. Contact Southwest Network,
HelpBook@SouthwestNetwork.org, only to report an incorrect listing or to suggest a resource that could be added to the directory. Thank you.

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Literacy Volunteers of Maricopa County
602-274-3430
www.literacyvolunteers-maricopa.org
1500 E. Thomas Rd.
Phoenix, AZ 85014
Offers Adult Basic Education and GED preparation classes. Registration is limited to the first 50 people to attend the orientation. See website or call for orientation information. Also provides computer assisted instruction in basic reading, GED, and ESOL. Call for orientation times. All services require a $25 fee. Proof of legal residency required.
Live More Abundantly, Inc.
(602) 488-1731
http://www.livemoreabundantly.org/

Phoenix,AZ
Life-Coaching draws inspiration from various disciplines including, but not limited to sociology, psychology, health and wellness, and theology to help individuals develop the tools to permanently improve their lives.
Mesa Laubach Literacy Council
480-964-3833


Tutors teach ESL, English, reading, and math to English and non-English speaking adults.
Qwest LifeLine
602-542-6600
www.qwest.com/TAP/files/AZ_TAP_2009-.pdf

Provides eligible clients with a monthly credit of $7.95 to help offset the cost of their home telephone line. Must have Qwest service, or sign up for Qwest service. Apply through CES-CPIP.
Qwest Link-UP
602-542-6600
www.qwest.com

Provides eligible clients with a one-time credit of $13.75 to help offset the installation cost of their home telephone line. Must have Qwest service, or sign up for Qwest service. Apply through CES-CPIP.
Qwest Telephone Assistance Program
602-542-6600
www.qwest.com

Provides free home phone service to qualifying individuals (must have medical need for a phone and meet income requirements). Must have Qwest service, or sign up for Qwest service. Apply through CES-CPIP.
SafeLink Wireless
602-487-7578
https://www.safelinkwireless.com/Safelink/state-benefits/Arizona

Provides a free wireless phone with free minutes to individuals in Arizona already receiving state assistance or with income less than 150% Federal Poverty Level.
Tempe Public Library
480-350-5511
www.tempe.gov/library
3500 S. Rural Road
Tempe, AZ
Free computer classes offered every Saturday with instruction about the Internet, e-mail, Microsoft Word, and social networking. The library also offers a wide array of information monthly about free events and resources in the community.
Unlimited Potential
602-243-7376
www.upaz.org

Offers literacy and educational programs for Hispanic women and children age 5 and under including a bilingual family literacy program; adult education programs covering self-esteem, literacy, and English; and early childhood programs fostering language and socialization. There is a $150 fee, ($20 returnable at end of course) for the GED course. Also offers bilingual support groups. No proof of citizenship required.
Wesley Community Center
623-849-1676
www.wesleycenterphx.org
1300 S. 10th St.
Phoenix, AZ 85034
Offers classes for pre-GED, ESOL (English for Speakers of Other Languages), English Language Acquisition for Adults, and conversational Spanish. Also offers computer literacy classes and computer instruction classes. Childcare is provided.
Please contact the service providers directly for information about any of the services listed. Contact Southwest Network,
HelpBook@SouthwestNetwork.org, only to report an incorrect listing or to suggest a resource that could be added to the directory. Thank you.

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Arizona 2-1-1 (Community Information & Referral)
2-1-1
211Arizona.org

Provides information and referrals for various community resources 24 hours a day/7 days a week.
Arizona Assistive Technology Exchange

http://www.azatexchange.org

Online resource for used assistive technology, adapted and durable medical equipment. Some items are no cost, although some may have a price or best offer.
Bret Tarver Learning Center
602-262-7127
http://phoenix.gov/PARKS/tarverlc.html
1516 N. 35th Ave.
Phoenix, AZ
As part of the City of Phoenix Parks and Recreation Department, offers free computer classes (1:1 and group), computers for public use, lending library, ESL classes, and additional services as available. Must have a recreation card ($10/year for Phoenix residents). Some scholorships available.
Casa De Amor Computer Technology Center
480-464-2877


Free computer classes in basic keyboarding, mouse skills, word processing, and how to use the internet to find a job. Also offers free food and clothing.
Chicanos por la Causa
602-253-0838
www.cplc.org

Offers free computer training, employment assistance, job skills workshops, GED classes, housing repair program, some utility assistance, and safe, affordable housing options.
Goodwill One-Stop Career Centers
602-416-6174
www.goodwillaz.org/jobs/career-centers

Career Centers that offer free job search and career development services to the community. There are 11 Career centers located throughout the valley that are equipped with computers, printers, internet, fax machines, and telephones. Certain career centers also offer free computer and customer service training.
Herbert K Cummings Community Center
623-772-2760


Provides family activities, including back to school clothing for children, household items, supplemental canned food, domestic violence assistance, and referrals for counseling. Also offers ESOL and literacy classes. Proof of citizenship not required.
Internet Essentials
1-855-846-8376
http://www.internetessentials.com/

Provides low cost internet service ($9.95/month), a low-cost computer ($150), and free internet training for families with children receiving free school lunch assistance.
Lighthouse Women's Resource Center
480-733-7348
www.wopim.org
460 S. Country Club Dr.
Mesa, AZ 85210
Strengthen women by providing a network of adequate resources and special programs. Services include: Career Empowerment Center, Daycare, Library, Community Resource Assistance, Computer Skills classes, GED classes, mentoring, legal consultant, and Abundant Life classes. Also seeking volunteers.
Tempe Public Library
480-350-5511
www.tempe.gov/library
3500 S. Rural Road
Tempe, AZ
Free computer classes offered every Saturday with instruction about the Internet, e-mail, Microsoft Word, and social networking. The library also offers a wide array of information monthly about free events and resources in the community.
Wesley Community Center
623-849-1676
www.wesleycenterphx.org
1300 S. 10th St.
Phoenix, AZ 85034
Offers classes for pre-GED, ESOL (English for Speakers of Other Languages), English Language Acquisition for Adults, and conversational Spanish. Also offers computer literacy classes and computer instruction classes. Childcare is provided.
Please contact the service providers directly for information about any of the services listed. Contact Southwest Network,
HelpBook@SouthwestNetwork.org, only to report an incorrect listing or to suggest a resource that could be added to the directory. Thank you.

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AmeriPsych
602-728-0630
ameripsych.org

Offers low cost family counseling services, as well as parenting classes and other family support services.
Arizona 2-1-1 (Community Information & Referral)
2-1-1
211Arizona.org

Provides information and referrals for various community resources 24 hours a day/7 days a week.
Arizona Department of Health Services/Division of Behavioral Health Services
602-364-4558
www.azdhs.gov/bhs/index.htm
150 N. 18th Ave.
Phoenix, AZ 85007
State governing agency for behavioral health services. Offers an easy to use flow-chart website (http://www.azdhs.gov/bhs/pdf/WhatToDoWhenConcernedFlowchart.pdf) designed to provide information and resources for behavioral health services in Arizona.
Arizona Interfaith Counseling
480-969-2783
www.azic.org

Offers counseling on a sliding scale fee schedule with many valley locations.
Arizona Marriage & Family Therapy Clinic
480-282-8778
www.azmftclinic.com
6100 W. Gila Springs Place, Suite 19
Chandler, AZ 85226
Offers individual, couple, premarital, family, and group counseling services at affordable rates (starting at $35/hour).
Arizona Phoenix Baptist Children's Services
602-346-2300
www.abcs.org

Offers low cost ($40 - $80/session) counseling to children and adults. Also offers an array of workshops, parenting classes, and resources.
Arizona Stigma Reduction Committee
877-464-1015
http://www.azdhs.gov/bhs/StigmaReduction.htm

Provides free resources, educational programs, advocacy materials, and information to support people with mental health and substance use challenges within their own communities, and encourage them to seek and maintain treatment when it is needed.
ASU Health Center
602-496-0721


Offers counseling for $95/first session and $45/additional sessions.
Banner Behavioral Health
602-254-4357
www.bannerhealth.com

Offers inpatient and outpatient substance abuse and mental health services, and offers both a Basic Financial Assistance Program and an Enhanced Financial Assistance Program (4-6 week wait list). No proof of citizenship required. Also provides access to all Banner facilities to determine inpatient bed availability. Also offers free support groups on a wide range of topics.
Behavioral Systems Southwest Tucson Transitional Housing Center
520-573-3111
http://behavioralsystemssouthwest.com/
6420 S. Park Avenue
Tucson, AZ 85706
Behavioral Systems Southwest, Inc. (BSS) has been providing clean and sober living environments to those in recovery since 1981; providing such to enable persons in recovery the opportunity to focus on recovery and remain out of the criminal justice system. The program provides a structured environment with 24 hour staff supervision and comprehensive case services to help the individual reintegrate into the community sober and with support.
Buckeye Outreach for Social Services (BOSS)
623-386-6365


Offers jobs to underemployed and unemployed individuals, job and life training, computer training, after school programs, GED classes and testing, free diaper and clothing bank, free 90-day medical equipment lending for youth and adult, drug and alcohol classes, parenting and youth counseling. In addition, it offers community garden with gardening beds (4 x 10) available for rent at $50/year.
Please contact the service providers directly for information about any of the services listed. Contact Southwest Network,
HelpBook@SouthwestNetwork.org, only to report an incorrect listing or to suggest a resource that could be added to the directory. Thank you.

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Catholic Charities Community Services
602-285-1999
www.catholiccharitiesaz.com
4747 N. 7th Ave.
Phoenix, AZ 85013
Offers a wide array of community services, including individual counseling on for a sliding scale fee, and free pregnancy counseling.
Centro de Amistad
480-839-2926


Provides low cost counseling (starting at $35/hour; intake is $60) in Mesa, Guadalupe, and Phoenix. No proof of citizenship required.
Centro de la Familia
623-247-0464


Outpatient behavioral health care including prescription of psychiatric medications. $100/initial 2 hour visit, $100/initial visit with prescribing NP; $40/all subsequent visits. No proof of citizenship required.
Chandler Regional Hospital
877-728-5414


Offers a variety of free support groups (cancer, motherhood, and stroke), as well as a free 6 week grief program.
Child Crisis Center Counseling Services
480-222-0194
www.childcrisis.org

Offers general mental health counseling to children ages birth to 18 years old for $75/hour. Specializing in abuse, neglect, attachment, bonding, foster care, adoption, and birth to 5 years old.
Christian Counseling (Community Church of Joy)
623-561-0500
www.joyonline.org
21000 N. 75th Ave.
Glendale, AZ 85308
Offers Christian based counseling for those presently experiencing challenges or crises in their lives. Also offers a variety of support groups.
Christian Living Center, Inc.
480-831-1212
www.christiancounselingarizona.com
2111 E. Baseline Rd., #C8
Tempe, AZ 85283
Offers Christian substance abuse and mental health counseling for a variety of issues for $110/hour, with a sliding scale fee option dependent upon situation. Also offers marriage and family counseling.
Christy Center for Loss and Renewal
480-775-5200


Offers reduced fee counseling (donation suggested) based on ability to pay.
Community Bridges Pathway to Hope
877-931-9142

824 N. 99th Ave.
Avondale, AZ
Offers an Access Point to behavioral health services including assessment, brief intervention, and coordination of ongoing care through contracted network providers. Also offers a Transition Point (Level III time-limited residential treatment, 3-5 days) for individuals who need targeting overnight support or transition planning back to the community.
Deer Valley Counseling
602-750-8051
www.deerval.com

Individual counseling for $40/session and group counseling for $25/session. Locations in Phoenix, Mesa and Scottsdale.
Desert Vista Outpatient (at Maricopa Medical Center)
480-344-2000
www.mihs.org
2601 E. Roosevelt St.
Phoenix, AZ 85008
Provides medication and counseling services for $40/first visit, $25/visit with medication, and $10/visit without medication. Frequency of visits dependent on doctor recommendations. No insurance accepted. Provides up to 1 year of therapy.
Please contact the service providers directly for information about any of the services listed. Contact Southwest Network,
HelpBook@SouthwestNetwork.org, only to report an incorrect listing or to suggest a resource that could be added to the directory. Thank you.

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Dignity Memorial Network
800-854-8080


Provides free grief counseling via telephone 24 hours/day. Also offers referrals for support groups and individual counseling.
Faith Counseling Center
480-951-5343
www.faithcounselingcenter.org

Provides spiritual counseling, guidance, and direction through individual pastoral counseling. Offers a reduced fee for services based on need. Also offers an anger management group.
Family Service Agency
602-264-9891 Phoenix
www.fsaphoenix.org

Provides counseling and medication services for a sliding scale fee based on income. Also offers an array of family based services and groups. Locations in Mesa, Phoenix, and Metro areas. Also offers a Community Re-integration Program for ex-offenders to assist with job placement and case management services.
Friendship Community Mental Health Center
602-241-6656 X107
www.friendshipcmhc.org

Partial Hospitalization Program that offers group therapy, case management services, and some counseling, with a psychiatrist and RN on staff. They offer a sliding scale fee schedule based on client income.
Give An Hour

www.giveanhour.org

Offers free counseling for military personnel and their families affected by the current conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Goodworks Bible-based Counseling
480-821-1330
www.goodworkscounseling.com
2950 S. Alma School Rd.
Mesa, AZ 85210
Offers Christian counseling at affordable rates.
John C. Lincoln Health Network Desert Mission
602-331-5792
http://www.jcl.com/content/desertmission/default.htm
9201 N. 5th St.
Phoenix, AZ 85020
Provides a Children’s Learning Center (ages 6 weeks to 12 years) and Adult Day Care Center (over 50) with limited sliding scale fee options. Will work with individuals and families to determine eligibility for other programs that may pay for services. Offers emergency food boxes (6 per calendar year) to individuals and families in need in their service area. Also offers a Food Pantry for low cost perishable and non-perishable groceries for individuals and families in their service area. Offers a dental clinic for uninsured children on a sliding scale fee schedule. Offers a medical clinic for uninsured families and individuals on a sliding scale fee schedule. The Behavioral Health clinic offers limited sliding scale fee options. Offers free homebuyer education classes to anyone, as well as additional independent housing assistance programs for qualifying individuals. No proof of citizenship required for any of the programs.
La Fronterra/EMPACT - SPC
480-784-1500 (Crisis)
www.empact-spc.com

Provides 24 hours a day/7 days a week crisis response for behavioral health crisis situations and a Sexual Assault hotline.
LDS Family Services
800-537-2229
www.providentliving.org

Offers free substance abuse and sexual addiction support groups, and crisis pregnancy counseling. Also offer mental health counseling for a fee of $120/initial assessment and $80/session thereafter. Also offers community resources and referrals.
Native Health Community Health Center
602-279-5262
www.nativehealthphoenix.org

Low cost medical and dental care. Also offers mental health services, substance abuse services, and women’s services. Free transportation available. Also offers free HIV testing for the community. Call for locations and times.
New Horizons Counseling Service
623-939-6567
www.newhorizonscounselingservice.org
5062 W. 19th Ave., #102
Provides individual and family counseling and education services with sliding scale fee option. Services include general counseling, substance abuse treatment, domestic violence counseling, parenting education and skills training, anger management treatment, and sexual offender treatment.
Please contact the service providers directly for information about any of the services listed. Contact Southwest Network,
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NP Care
602-496-0721
http://nursingandhealth.asu.edu/nmhc/npcare-program.htm
500 N. 3rd Street
Phoenix, AZ 85004
Offers low cost physical and behavioral health care for those without insurance. Annual membership is $50/individual, first office visit is $95, and subsequent visits are $45. In-house lab tests are provided at no additional charge. Also accepts most insurance plans. Additional locations in Scottsdale and Tempe.
Omega Counseling
602-495-9306

5800 N. 19th Ave., #110
Phoenix, AZ 85015
Provides individual and group counseling on a variety of issues including domestic violence, substance abuse, and anger management. Fees are $90/hour for individual counseling, and $15-$20/session for group therapy (2 hour sessions). No verification of citizenship required.
Organization for Non-Violence Education
623-934-0696
www.oneincusa.org

Provides individual and group counseling for anger management and domestic violence for $180/12 sessions, up to 52 weeks. Sessions are gender specific and court order approved. Men's groups are offered Mondays in the East Valley and Wednesdays in Glendale; Women's groups are offered Thursdays in Glendale.
Phoenix Christian Counseling Associates
602-548-8508
www.pcca-az.org
3101 W. Peoria Ave., #101
Phoenix, AZ 85029
Provides a full range of affordable, professional, Biblically-based counseling services. Offers reduced fee services based on income and has a “scholarship” assistance program. Also offers bilingual services.
Phoenix Indian Medical Center
602-263-1200

4212 N. 16th St.
Phoenix, AZ 85016
Offers outpatient substance abuse treatment and mental health counseling, as well as inpatient medical services for Native Americans belonging to a federally recognized tribe.
Phoenix Interfaith Counseling
602-248-9247 Phoenix
www.phx-interfaith.org

Individual counseling with possible sliding scale fee schedule (lowest amount is $60/session). Locations in Phoenix, Mesa, and Scottsdale.
Scottsdale Youth and Family Services
480-312-7922

4201 N. Hayden Rd.
Scottsdale, AZ 85251
Provides free resources and referrals for counseling services.
Stonewall Institute
602-535-6468
www.stonewallinstitute.com
2720 E. Thomas Rd.
Phoenix, AZ 85016
Provides safe and confidential services for adults with psychiatric and addictions issues. Accepts private insurance, or $125/hour, but willing to consider financial circumstances.
The Center for Autism and Related Disorders
602-325-2485
http://phoenix.centerforautism.com
1620 N. 48th St.
Phoenix, AZ 85008
Offers free therapy to Northeast Valley children who have behavior problems. The short-term therapy is for families with children up to age 5 who don't have to have an autism diagnosis to qualify. Families must live in Scottsdale, Paradise Valley, Fountain Hills, Cave Creek, Carefree or on the Fort McDowell Reservation. There are no income restrictions.
The Potter's House
602-254-9701
http://www.thepottershousesacenter.org/

Offers outpatient substance abuse treatment, including individual, family, and group counseling. They work with the criminal justice system and offer sex offender treatment. Payment options include AHCCCS, BlueCross BlueShield, and self-pay (rates vary from $20/group session and $40/individual session to $194 for a psychiatric evaluation).
The Salvation Army
602-267-4122
www.salvationarmyusa.org

Provides assistance with food, rent payments, utility payments, transportation costs, prescription costs, hygiene supplies, counseling, clothing, and other emergency assistance for individuals and families in need. Programs located throughout the valley.
Please contact the service providers directly for information about any of the services listed. Contact Southwest Network,
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University of Phoenix Counseling Skills Center
480-557-2217
www.phoenix.edu
1625 W. Foutainhead Parkway
Tempe, AZ
Offers free counseling services by Masters of Counseling students to the community. Cannot provide services for individuals who are suicidal, homicidal, or actively psychotic, or with any court ordered counseling.
Valley Hospital
602-952-3939 (intake)
http://www.valleyhospital-phoenix.com/
3550 E. Pinchot Ave.
Phoenix, AZ 85018
Valley Hospital is a private freestanding hospital specializing in mental health and chemical dependency care, and offers inpatient, outpatient, and partial hospitalization programs for adults. Valley Hospital also offers a free initial mental health and chemical dependency assessment and referral services for adults. Most major insurance accepted; no sliding scale option.
Wesley Health Center
602-257-4323


Provides medical health care services on a sliding scale fee schedule (lowest charge is $30/consult). No proof of citizenship required.
Youth Evaluation and Treatment Valley Clinical Services
480-661-1075
http://www.youthetc.org/

Provides outpatient behavioral health services to include medication management, individual adult and child counseling services, eating disorder treatment, and substance abuse treatment with a sliding scale fee option. Multiple valley locations. No proof of citizenship required.
Please contact the service providers directly for information about any of the services listed. Contact Southwest Network,
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American Red Cross Grand Canyon Chapter
602-336-6660
www.arizonaredcross.org
6135 N BlackCanyon Hwy.
Phoenix, AZ 85015
Provides relief to victims of disaster as well as helps people prevent, prepare for and respond to emergencies.
Arizona 2-1-1

http://cir.org/

Community Information and Referral Services serves as Arizona’s key source of integrated information that brings people and services together to meet vital needs. It is our vision that all Arizonans are easily connected to available health and human services in their communities.
Arizona 2-1-1 (Community Information & Referral)
2-1-1
211Arizona.org

Provides information and referrals for various community resources 24 hours a day/7 days a week.
Community Bridges East Valley Access Point
877-931-9142

358 E. Javelina Avenue, Suite 101
Mesa, AZ 85210
Offers an Access Point to behavioral health services including assessment, brief intervention, and coordination of ongoing care through contracted network providers. Also offers a Transition Point (Level III time-limited residential treatment, 3-5 days) for individuals who need targeting overnight support or transition planning back to the community.
Community Bridges Pathway to Hope
877-931-9142

824 N. 99th Ave.
Avondale, AZ
Offers an Access Point to behavioral health services including assessment, brief intervention, and coordination of ongoing care through contracted network providers. Also offers a Transition Point (Level III time-limited residential treatment, 3-5 days) for individuals who need targeting overnight support or transition planning back to the community.
Connections AZ (UPC)
602-344-1945


Offers inpatient stabilization services.
Covenant House
800-999-9999
www.covenanthouse.org

Crisis hotline for troubled teens and families. Provides referrals to shelters and counseling services throughout the US.
Dignity Memorial Network
800-854-8080


Provides free grief counseling via telephone 24 hours/day. Also offers referrals for support groups and individual counseling.
Empact Suicide Prevention Center
480-784-1500
http://www.lafronteraarizona.org/
618 S. Madison Dr. Tempe, AZ 85281
Provides Crisis Response, Counseling, Psychiatry, Substance Abuse, Support Groups, Prevention, and Trauma Services to individuals and families.
Hope's Door
602-248-0368
www.recoveryempowermentnetwork.com
4707 N. 12th St.
Phoenix, AZ 85014
Offers pre-crisis services in hopes to stay out of crisis. Hope’s Door offers ways to learn how to achieve whole-person wellness. Hope’s Door is run out of the SWN Highland Clinic by Recovery Empowerment Network.
Juvenile Alternatives in Glendale (JAG)
623-847-7040


Offers free groups to youth ages 13-17 in Anger Management, Substance Abuse, and Positive Choices. Also offers a short-term (23 hour) non-secure alternative to detention for youth when there is a crisis in the home.
Please contact the service providers directly for information about any of the services listed. Contact Southwest Network,
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La Fronterra/EMPACT - SPC
480-784-1500 (Crisis)
www.empact-spc.com

Provides 24 hours a day/7 days a week crisis response for behavioral health crisis situations and a Sexual Assault hotline.
Maricopa CRISIS Line
602-222-9444
www.maricopacrn.org

Offers 24 hours a day/7 days a week emergency crisis intervention response for behavioral health crisis situations.
Mercy Maricopa Integrated Care of Arizona
800-564-5465
http://www.mercymaricopa.org/
4350 E. Cotton Center Blvd., Bldg. D
Phoenix, AZ 85040
Provides information on county covered behavioral health services. Individuals or families can call to request an assessment/intake for behavioral health services.
National Disaster Distress Helpline
1-800-985-5990
http://www.disasterdistress.samhsa.gov/

The National Disaster Distress Helpline is a 24 hours-a-day, seven-days-a-week national service that offers phone- and text-based crisis counseling and support to people in distress related to any natural or human-caused disaster, to help them move forward on the path of recovery. You may reach the Helpline at 1-800-985-5990 or by texting "TalkWithUs" or ("Hablanos" for Spanish-speaking) to 66746. Sponsored by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), the Helpline immediately connects callers to trained and caring professionals from the closest crisis counseling center in the nationwide network of centers. The Helpline staff will provide confidential counseling, referrals and other needed support services. The Helpline complements the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, the Federal Emergency Management Agency and other disaster response capacities, and is available immediately anywhere within the United States. This service is provided under contract with SAMHSA by Mental Health America's New York City affiliate.
National Hopeline Network
800-442-4673


Provides a free 24 hour hotline to anyone experiencing a crisis.
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
800-273-8255
www.suicidepreventionlifeline.org

Offers free 24 hour hotline available to anyone in suicidal crisis or emotional distress.
Q-Line
800-527-4747


Crisis hotline for queer and questioning youth. Provides crisis counseling and referrals for local resources if requested or needed.
Rape, Abuse, and Incest National Network
800-656-4673
www.rainn.org

Provides information, referrals, and telephonic or online support for victims of rape or abuse.
RiAZ Urgent Care (West Side)
620-650-1212


Offers inpatient stabilization services.
Sojourner Center
602-244-0089
http://www.sojournercenter.org/go2/index.php

Offers a 24 hour crisis line to provide information about shelters and safety planning. Offers emergency food, housing, clothing, and other support services for families affected by domestic violence. Offers transitional housing for families leaving shelters. Also provides advocacy services, lay legal advocacy, and family enrichment programs.
Teen Lifeline
602-248-8336
www.teenlifeline.org

Offers a peer counseling suicide hotline from 3pm - 9pm daily. Also offers Life Skills Development Training for teens interested in becoming Peer Counselors. Awareness, education, and prevention material available to the community, as well as training opportunities.
Please contact the service providers directly for information about any of the services listed. Contact Southwest Network,
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United Way 2-1-1
800-233-4357


Connect callers to local resources for any identified need (i.e. food, shelter, ID, counseling, etc.).
Veteran's Crisis Line
800-273-8255 (press 1)
http://www.veteranscrisisline.net/

The Veterans Crisis Line connects Veterans in crisis and their families and friends with qualified, caring Department of Veterans Affairs responders through a confidential toll-free hotline, online chat, or text. The website also offers a resource locator and additional online resources.
Visions of Hope WARM Line
602-347-1100


Offers a healthy choice when you need non-crisis, non-judgmental, non-clinical, confidential support. Open every night from 4 pm to 12 am. Operated by Peer Support Specialists.
Please contact the service providers directly for information about any of the services listed. Contact Southwest Network,
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Abrazo School Based Health Centers
602-246-5597
http://www.abrazohealth.com/services/schoolbasedCenters.aspx

Provides preventive and primary medical and dental care to children who are uninsured and underserved in specific Phoenix school districts.
Arizona 2-1-1 (Community Information & Referral)
2-1-1
211Arizona.org

Provides information and referrals for various community resources 24 hours a day/7 days a week.
Arizona Dental Association
480-344-5777
http://www.azda.org/docs/default-source/important-documents/community-dental-clinics.pdf?sfvrsn=6
http://www.azda.org/docs/default-source/important-documents/community-dental-clinics.pdf?sfvrsn=6
Offers a free telephonic and online dentist referral system. Provides information on all reduced fee clinics in Arizona. No proof of citizenship required.
Arizona School of Dentistry & Oral Health
480-248-8100
www.atsudental.com
5855 E. Still Circle
Mesa, AZ
Offer a variety of dental services at affordable rates by student doctors supervised by dentists. Initial exam is $69.
Avondale Family Dental Center
623-932-3344
www.mihs.org
950 E. Van Buren St.
Avondale, AZ 85323
Offers discounted dental care; must apply for and be denied AHCCCS coverage to qualify. No proof of citizenship required.
CARE Partnership
480-833-8987
http://carepartnership.org/index.php
466 South Bellview Street
Mesa, AZ 85204
Provides a variety of free community programs including uninsured health and dental care, youth programs, education programs, food bank, community revitalization, community gatherings, and English as a Second Language classes on Saturdays at 10:30 for $5/registration fee. ESL classes are designed for Spanish speaking population. No proof of citizenship required.
Carrington College Dental Clinic
480-717-3510

1300 S. Country Club Drive
Mesa, AZ
Offering free dental care to children ages 12-17, conducted by supervised students in the college's dental-hygeine program, including X-rays, cleaning and polishing. Valid 5-8:30pm Mondays, 8am-9pm Tuesdays, 1-5pm Wednesdays, and 8am-5pm Thursdays and Fridays.
Central Arizona Shelter Services
602-256-6945 x3059
www.cass-az.org
230 S. 12th St.
Phoenix, AZ 85007
Provides shelter and support services to homeless adults and families. Services include showers, food, clothing, hygiene items, and case management. They also house a medical and dental facility, as well as offer employment services.
Chandler Family Health Center & Dental Clinic
480-344-6109


Offers discounted and sliding scale fee schedule dental care. Must apply for and be denied AHCCCS to qualify.
Clinica Adelante
623-386-1630 West Valley
www.adelantehealthcare.com

Offers discounted and sliding scale fee medical and dental care, and is accepting new patients.
Dave Pratt Dental Clinic
602-271-9961
www.bgcmp.org/dental.htm
1601 W. Sherman St.
Phoenix, AZ 85007
Low cost dental care for children ages 5-17 who do not qualify for AHCCCS or private insurance. Open Tuesday through Friday, 7am - 6pm. Parents must bring proof of income. Proof of citizenship not required.
Please contact the service providers directly for information about any of the services listed. Contact Southwest Network,
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Dental Sealant Program
602-506-6888
http://www.maricopa.gov/publichealth/programs/oral/sealant.aspx
1645 E. Roosevelt St.
Phoenix, AZ 85006
Maricopa County's Office of Oral Health administers the Arizona Department of Health Services' School-based Dental Sealant Program and the Delta Dental Foundation of Arizona Sealant Program. These programs provide dental screenings, sealants, education and referrals to 2nd and 6th grade children attending schools where at least 40% of the students participate in the Arizona Department of Education National School Lunch Program. These preventative services are at no cost to the school or child. Interested schools can call to check their eligibility and get additional information.
DentalPlans.com
888-632-5353
http://www.dentalplans.com/

Provides an online portal to find discount dental plans by zip code.
Donated Dental Services
480-850-1474
www.azdentalfoundation.org

Provides comprehensive dental care at no charge to individuals who are elderly (65+), have a special need (SSDI), or are medically compromised (i.e., transplant waiting lists), and lack adequate income to pay for needed dental care or have no dental insurance. Must fill out an application and be placed on waiting list.
First Teeth First
602-506-6900
http://www.maricopa.gov/publichealth/programs/oral/firstteeth.aspx

Maricopa County Office of Oral Health’s First Teeth First program provides dental screenings, parent education, fluoride varnish, and referrals to children five years of age and younger in the Northwest, Southwest, and Northeast Maricopa, and South Phoenix Regions in Maricopa County.
Glendale Family Health Center and Dental Clinic
623-344-6789
www.mihs.org

Offers discounted and sliding scale fee schedule medical and dental care. Must apply for and be denied AHCCCS to qualify. No proof of citizenship required.
Gompers
602-336-0061


Gompers offers low cost dental services for individuals with disabilities. The initial exam and x-rays are $60. Call for an appointment.
John C. Lincoln Health Network Desert Mission
602-331-5792
http://www.jcl.com/content/desertmission/default.htm
9201 N. 5th St.
Phoenix, AZ 85020
Provides a Children’s Learning Center (ages 6 weeks to 12 years) and Adult Day Care Center (over 50) with limited sliding scale fee options. Will work with individuals and families to determine eligibility for other programs that may pay for services. Offers emergency food boxes (6 per calendar year) to individuals and families in need in their service area. Also offers a Food Pantry for low cost perishable and non-perishable groceries for individuals and families in their service area. Offers a dental clinic for uninsured children on a sliding scale fee schedule. Offers a medical clinic for uninsured families and individuals on a sliding scale fee schedule. The Behavioral Health clinic offers limited sliding scale fee options. Offers free homebuyer education classes to anyone, as well as additional independent housing assistance programs for qualifying individuals. No proof of citizenship required for any of the programs.
Magic Smiles
602-253-6600
http://www.magicsmiles.org/
1701 E. Thomas Road, #204
Phoenix, AZ 85016
Provides professional dental care to children, teens, and adults at discounted prices to those without dental insurance. No proof of citizenship necessary.
Maricopa Medical Center Dental Clinic
602-344-1005
www.mihs.org

Offers discounted and sliding scale fee schedule dental care for extractions only.
Midwestern Dental Clinic
623-537-6000
http://www.mwuclinic.com/

Provides a full range of affordable dental care by students to the community. Provides free or low cost dental services to adults and children. Must complete "hardship" form to determine cost of care.
Mountain Park Clinics
602-243-7277
www.mountainparkhealth.org

Offers discounted and sliding scale fee medical and dental health care. Proof of citizenship not required.
Please contact the service providers directly for information about any of the services listed. Contact Southwest Network,
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Native Health Community Health Center
602-279-5262
www.nativehealthphoenix.org

Low cost medical and dental care. Also offers mental health services, substance abuse services, and women’s services. Free transportation available. Also offers free HIV testing for the community. Call for locations and times.
Neighborhood Christian Center
602-258-6008
www.thechristianclinic.org
1929 W. Fillmore, #C
Phoenix, AZ 85009
Provides sliding scale fee for service medical and dental care to qualifying individuals. Must go to the clinic to become a new patient. The clinic is open Monday and Thursday from 12:30pm - 9pm, and Tuesday and Friday from 8:30am - 5pm. Proof of citizenship not required.
Neighborhood Outreach Access to Health (NOAH)
480-882-4317
http://www.shc.org/Medical+Services/Community+Health/NOAH+Program/

Scottsdale based medical and dental clinic for children and adults that offers sliding scale fee services, including treatment and referrals. Two locations available, also accept AHCCCS insurance.
Phoenix College Dental Clinic
602-285-7323


Offers discounted dental cleanings. Closed during summer months.
Phoenix Indian Medical Center
602-263-1592


Offers free dental services to members of federally recognized Native American tribes. Provides routine care, periodontics, and pediatric services. Only accept new adult patients on the 2nd business day of every month, on a walk-in basis only. Also offers a daily emergency walk-in clinic that starts at 7:30am - only the first 30 people are seen.
Rio Salado Dental Clinic
480-37734100
www.riosalado.edu
2250 W. 14th St.,
Tempe, AZ 85281
Dental cleanings, including radiographs. Provided by student hygienists under the supervision of licensed hygienists and dentists. Call for current prices, hours and more information.
St. Vincent de Paul Health Center
602-261-6868
www.stvincentdepaul.net

Offers free medical clinic based on need and availability. Has a medical equipment loan program for low income individuals. Also offers a lottery for free dental care. Must call and leave a message. Also has a limited fund for free eye surgery for those who qualify.
Please contact the service providers directly for information about any of the services listed. Contact Southwest Network,
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Arizona 2-1-1 (Community Information & Referral)
2-1-1
211Arizona.org

Provides information and referrals for various community resources 24 hours a day/7 days a week.
Arizona Child & Family Advocacy Network
928-713-9248
http://www.acfan.net/index.htm

Advocacy centers located throughout Arizona are designed to provide onsite services to child victims of either physical or sexual abuse as well as neglect. Some centers provide services to adult victims of sexual assault, domestic violence, or vulnerable adult abuse.
Arizona Child Abuse Info Center

www.childhelpinfocenter.org

Offers a clearinghouse of information regarding child abuse and neglect and foster care for children, youth, parents, professionals, and community members. Provide information, education, and resources on child abuse and foster care.
Arizona Coalition against Domestic Violence
602-279-2900
www.azcadv.org
301 E. Bethany Home Road
Phoenix, AZ 85012
AzCADV provides information and education about domestic violence, as well as provides resources to victims of domestic violence.
Arizona South Asians for Safe Families
877-723-3711
www.asafsf.org

Free domestic violence assistance for individuals from South Asian communities.
Buckeye Outreach for Social Services (BOSS)
623-386-6365


Offers jobs to underemployed and unemployed individuals, job and life training, computer training, after school programs, GED classes and testing, free diaper and clothing bank, free 90-day medical equipment lending for youth and adult, drug and alcohol classes, parenting and youth counseling. In addition, it offers community garden with gardening beds (4 x 10) available for rent at $50/year.
Chicanos por la Causa/De Colores
602-269-1515
www.cplc.org

Provides emergency domestic violence shelter service.
Child Crisis Center Counseling Services
480-222-0194
www.childcrisis.org

Offers general mental health counseling to children ages birth to 18 years old for $75/hour. Specializing in abuse, neglect, attachment, bonding, foster care, adoption, and birth to 5 years old.
Child Help USA
800-422-4453
www.childhelpusa.org

National child abuse hotline that provides crisis information, child abuse and neglect counseling, and general referrals throughout the US.
Chrysalis
602-944-4999 Phoenix
www.noabuse.org

Offers domestic violence shelters and transitional housing options.
Community Alliance Against Family Abuse
480-982-0916
www.caafaaz.org

Provides safe housing, support groups, legal advocacy, and 1:1 empowerment sessions. No eligibility requirements.
Please contact the service providers directly for information about any of the services listed. Contact Southwest Network,
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Community Care Emergency Shelter
623-755-2284


Provides free emergency shelter to women and children, including meals and supportive services, with the ultimate goal of independent living. Community Care also has transitional and permanent housing available for families, with case management support in each level. Credit history and application fee waiver available.
CONTACTS Shelter Hotline
602-263-8900


Shelter referrals 24 hours a day/7 days a week.
Covenant House
800-999-9999
www.covenanthouse.org

Crisis hotline for troubled teens and families. Provides referrals to shelters and counseling services throughout the US.
Family Advocacy Center
602-534-2120
phoenix.gov/fac/index.html
2120 N. Central Ave.
Phoenix, AZ
Provides comprehensive services to victims of violence, including counseling referrals, financial assistance referrals, and light case management. Assists with orders of protection and other legal issues surrounding the case.
Florence Crittenton - Girls Ranch
602-274-7318
www.flocrit.org
715 West Mariposa Street
Phoenix AZ 85013
Florence Crittenton Girls Ranch helps at risk girls and young women who are dealing with abuse, neglect, teen pregnancy and/or behavioral health. They provide a safe place where they can discover their strengths and self-worth and get community support.
Fresh Start Women's Resource Center
602-252-8494
www.wehelpwomen.com
1130 E. McDowell Rd.
Phoenix, AZ
Offers a variety of workshops ($5) including self-esteem management, support and empowerment, healthy living, financial fitness, and career development. Provides free consultation for legal issues, specializing in domestic relations cases. Also offers educational and employment resources and assistance.
Harmony House
602-279-2939


Housing resource/program for women or women with children experiencing domestic violence.
Herbert K Cummings Community Center
623-772-2760


Provides family activities, including back to school clothing for children, household items, supplemental canned food, domestic violence assistance, and referrals for counseling. Also offers ESOL and literacy classes. Proof of citizenship not required.
Homeward Bound
602-263-7654
www.hbphx.org

Offer transitional living to families with children, and assists the families in achieving economic independence and obtaining safe, secure, affordable long term housing.
Hopeline
602-279-2900


Provides a phone and 3000 anytime minutes to domestic violence survivors affiliated with a local domestic violence agency.
Lighthouse Women's Resource Center
480-733-7348
www.wopim.org
460 S. Country Club Dr.
Mesa, AZ 85210
Strengthen women by providing a network of adequate resources and special programs. Services include: Career Empowerment Center, Daycare, Library, Community Resource Assistance, Computer Skills classes, GED classes, mentoring, legal consultant, and Abundant Life classes. Also seeking volunteers.
Please contact the service providers directly for information about any of the services listed. Contact Southwest Network,
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My Sister's Place
480-821-1024


Domestic violence shelter for women and children in the East Valley with meals and linens provided.
National Coalition Against Domestic Violence
800-799-7233
www.ncadv.org

Provides a national hotline that can provide crisis support, emotional support, advocacy and legal service referrals, and other supportive services.
National Hotline for Missing & Exploited Children
800-843-5678
www.missingkids.com

Provides resources, information, and support for issues regarding child protection.
Never Again
480-539-9111
www.neveragainfoundation.org
25 S. Arizona Pl.
Chandler, AZ 85225
Provides civil litigation and legal representation for surviving family members of victims of domestic violence deaths.
New Horizons Counseling Service
623-939-6567
www.newhorizonscounselingservice.org
5062 W. 19th Ave., #102
Provides individual and family counseling and education services with sliding scale fee option. Services include general counseling, substance abuse treatment, domestic violence counseling, parenting education and skills training, anger management treatment, and sexual offender treatment.
New Life Center
623-932-4404
www.newlifectr.org
PO Box 5005
Goodyear, AZ 85338
Provides emergency shelter and related services to victims of domestic violence and their children.
Omega Counseling
602-495-9306

5800 N. 19th Ave., #110
Phoenix, AZ 85015
Provides individual and group counseling on a variety of issues including domestic violence, substance abuse, and anger management. Fees are $90/hour for individual counseling, and $15-$20/session for group therapy (2 hour sessions). No verification of citizenship required.
Organization for Non-Violence Education
623-934-0696
www.oneincusa.org

Provides individual and group counseling for anger management and domestic violence for $180/12 sessions, up to 52 weeks. Sessions are gender specific and court order approved. Men's groups are offered Mondays in the East Valley and Wednesdays in Glendale; Women's groups are offered Thursdays in Glendale.
Phoenix Christian Counseling Associates
602-548-8508
www.pcca-az.org
3101 W. Peoria Ave., #101
Phoenix, AZ 85029
Provides a full range of affordable, professional, Biblically-based counseling services. Offers reduced fee services based on income and has a “scholarship” assistance program. Also offers bilingual services.
Rape, Abuse, and Incest National Network
800-656-4673
www.rainn.org

Provides information, referrals, and telephonic or online support for victims of rape or abuse.
Save the Family
480-898-0228 X203
www.savethefamily.org
450 W. 4th Pl.
Mesa, AZ 85021
Provides transitional housing for homeless families with supportive services. Support services include rental subsidy, case management, life skills, outreach services, and more.
Please contact the service providers directly for information about any of the services listed. Contact Southwest Network,
HelpBook@SouthwestNetwork.org, only to report an incorrect listing or to suggest a resource that could be added to the directory. Thank you.

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Sexual Assault & Domestic Violence Hotline
800-223-5001


Provides support and referral information 24 hours a day.
Sojourner Center
602-244-0089
http://www.sojournercenter.org/go2/index.php

Offers a 24 hour crisis line to provide information about shelters and safety planning. Offers emergency food, housing, clothing, and other support services for families affected by domestic violence. Offers transitional housing for families leaving shelters. Also provides advocacy services, lay legal advocacy, and family enrichment programs.
The National Domestic Violence Hotline
800-799-7233
http://www.thehotline.org/

Hotline advocates are available for victims and anyone calling on their behalf to provide crisis intervention, safety planning, information and referrals to agencies in all 50 states. Information is offered in both English and Spanish. Offers information on the Violence Against Women Act, which allows domestic abuse victims to pursue citizenship if they are married to their abuse, if the abuse is a U.S. citizen or legal resident, and if the victim assists law enforcement.
The Potter's House
602-254-9701
http://www.thepottershousesacenter.org/

Offers outpatient substance abuse treatment, including individual, family, and group counseling. They work with the criminal justice system and offer sex offender treatment. Payment options include AHCCCS, BlueCross BlueShield, and self-pay (rates vary from $20/group session and $40/individual session to $194 for a psychiatric evaluation).
US Immigration Support
646-233-3836
http://www.usimmigrationsupport.org/

U.S. Immigration Support can help you save on legal fees by providing the latest U.S. Immigration news and application procedures so you can submit your own application without the assistance of an immigration lawyer. Offers information on the U-Visa for immigrants who are the victims of crimes.
Please contact the service providers directly for information about any of the services listed. Contact Southwest Network,
HelpBook@SouthwestNetwork.org, only to report an incorrect listing or to suggest a resource that could be added to the directory. Thank you.

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Amy Bjorkman
480-688-4987


Individual counselor offering eating disorder treatment on a sliding scale fee structure.
Arizona 2-1-1 (Community Information & Referral)
2-1-1
211Arizona.org

Provides information and referrals for various community resources 24 hours a day/7 days a week.
Deidre Bliss
480-862-0180


Individual counselor offering eating disorder treatment on a sliding scale fee structure.
Eating Disorders Awareness and Prevention
800-931-2237
www.nationaleatingdisorders.org

Provides information and treatment/support group referrals for individuals struggling with an eating disorder.
Healthy Futures
480-451-8500
www.healthyfutures.ws

Offers reduced fee sessions to address eating disorder issues for $35/hour.
M.I.K.I.D. (formerly Mental Health America of Arizona)
480-994-4407 x10
www.mhaarizona.org

Assists people in navigating the mental health system in Arizona.
Phoenix Christian Counseling Associates
602-548-8508
www.pcca-az.org
3101 W. Peoria Ave., #101
Phoenix, AZ 85029
Provides a full range of affordable, professional, Biblically-based counseling services. Offers reduced fee services based on income and has a “scholarship” assistance program. Also offers bilingual services.
Youth Evaluation and Treatment Valley Clinical Services
480-661-1075
http://www.youthetc.org/

Provides outpatient behavioral health services to include medication management, individual adult and child counseling services, eating disorder treatment, and substance abuse treatment with a sliding scale fee option. Multiple valley locations. No proof of citizenship required.
Please contact the service providers directly for information about any of the services listed. Contact Southwest Network,
HelpBook@SouthwestNetwork.org, only to report an incorrect listing or to suggest a resource that could be added to the directory. Thank you.

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ARCH
602-230-2226
www.archaz.org/sp_menu.htm
1550 W. Colter St.
Phoenix, AZ 85015
Arizona Recreation Center for the Handicapped – Provides free therapeutic recreation activities, education and wellness programs, socialization opportunities, and basic living skills for individuals with physical or mental handicaps.
Arizona 2-1-1 (Community Information & Referral)
2-1-1
211Arizona.org

Provides information and referrals for various community resources 24 hours a day/7 days a week.
Arizona Career Information System

http://www.azcis.intocareers.com/default.aspx

The Arizona Department of Education, Career and Technical Education is pleased to make AzCIS (Arizona Career Information System) available online to all Arizona residents. AzCIS is designed to provide educational, career, and occupational information to help students in making better-informed career and school choices. The website includes job search skills and tools (including tools for organizing your job search), information and resources to assist individuals in keeping their job and working with a supervisor and coworkers; there are also career assessments and budgeting tools, and educational information and resources.
Arizona Department of Education
602-542-4361
http://www.azed.gov/
www.ade.az.gov/ADULT-ED
Provides information on available Maricopa County GED and Adult Education classes, and GED testing centers. Also provides information on Arizona Language Acquisition for Adults classes by county.
Arizona Spinal Cord Injury Association
602-507-4209
www.azspinal.org
5025 E. Washington St. STE #110
Phoenix, AZ 85034
The Arizona Spinal Cord Injury Association is a nonprofit organization dedicated to enhancing the lives of individuals with spinal cord injuries. Our goal is to promote physical, intellectual, spiritual, emotional and social recovery. The Association focuses on peer support, family support, and education of consumers, families, caregivers and professionals. We also link consumers and families with vocational, social and recreational resources, and offer accessible transportation services, as well as a number of support groups throughout the valley.
Arizona Stigma Reduction Committee
877-464-1015
http://www.azdhs.gov/bhs/StigmaReduction.htm

Provides free resources, educational programs, advocacy materials, and information to support people with mental health and substance use challenges within their own communities, and encourage them to seek and maintain treatment when it is needed.
Buckeye Outreach for Social Services (BOSS)
623-386-6365


Offers jobs to underemployed and unemployed individuals, job and life training, computer training, after school programs, GED classes and testing, free diaper and clothing bank, free 90-day medical equipment lending for youth and adult, drug and alcohol classes, parenting and youth counseling. In addition, it offers community garden with gardening beds (4 x 10) available for rent at $50/year.
Care 1st Avondale Resource Center
623-333-2703


Provides human and housing services including assistance with benefits, tutoring in English and literacy, citizenship classes, employment assistance, parenting classes and teen pregnancy support, and various other resources and workshops. Multiple social service agencies are housed in this location; each has their own eligibility criteria. Please call for details. Do not have to be a resident of Avondale to access these services.
Center for Psychiatric Rehabilitation

http://www.bu.edu/cpr/jobschool/

Offers resources for living well with a psychiatric disability in work and school. An interactive and informative web site for people with a psychiatric condition that addresses issues and reasonable accommodations related to work and school.
Chicanos por la Causa
602-253-0838
www.cplc.org

Offers free computer training, employment assistance, job skills workshops, GED classes, housing repair program, some utility assistance, and safe, affordable housing options.
College Depot
602-261-8847
http://phoenix.gov/collegedepot/
1221 N. Central Ave. (2nd Floor)
Phoenix, AZ 85004
Provides full service college planning through outreach, guidance, resources, and referrals for free. Services include workshops on college readiness, financial aid, scholarships, application, and more, one-on-one assistance, and college planning software.
Please contact the service providers directly for information about any of the services listed. Contact Southwest Network,
HelpBook@SouthwestNetwork.org, only to report an incorrect listing or to suggest a resource that could be added to the directory. Thank you.

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Disability.gov

https://www.disability.gov/

Provides comprehensive information on disability programs and services in communities nationwide. The site links to more than 14,000 resources from federal, state and local government agencies; academic institutions; and nonprofit organizations. Provides disability resources for housing, education, employment, and more.
Family Resource Center
480-834-9424
http://www.childcrisis.org/index.html
817 N. Country Club Dr.
Mesa, AZ
Offers a wide variety of free or low cost classes and activities for parents and children, including anger management. Offers a Dads Support group on the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of the month from 6pm – 7:30pm. Also offers a Dads of Children with Special Needs Support Group on the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of the month at the same time. Please call before you attend.
FAMPod

http://fampod.org/

Offers a free training program for the Family Talk Preventive Intervention, an evidence-based, strengths-focused program targeting families with parental depression.
Frank X. Gordon Adult Education
602-372-5769

6655 W. Glendale Ave, #105
Glendale, AZ
Offers free GED preparation classes. Registration for classes is held on Mondays from 1:30-5:30 pm. Must bring a government issued ID and a pencil. The GED test is offered once a month for $75.
Friendly House
602-416-7219
www.friendlyhouse.org

Provides free GED preparation classes, citizenship classes, literacy classes, health and financial literacy classes, and ESOL classes. Orientations are held once every three months. Must bring ID and proof of legal residency.
Gilbert Adult Learning Program
480-497-3481

775 North Greenfield Road
Gilbert, AZ 85234-5030
Offers free self-paced GED preparation classes on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 10am to 1pm, and on Mondays and Wednesdays from 6pm to 9pm. Participants can start at anytime by arriving at the beginning of a class time. ID required, but proof of citizenship not required.
Goodwill One-Stop Career Centers
602-416-6174
www.goodwillaz.org/jobs/career-centers

Career Centers that offer free job search and career development services to the community. There are 11 Career centers located throughout the valley that are equipped with computers, printers, internet, fax machines, and telephones. Certain career centers also offer free computer and customer service training.
Greater Phoenix Urban League
602-254-5611
http://www.gphxul.org/

Offers housing, employment, education, and small business programs to the community. Housing programs include Foreclosure Prevention Counseling, First Time Homebuyers Seminar, Affordable Low Income Housing Referral assistance, and Neighborhood Stabilization programs. Employment Services include Job Readiness Training and Summer Youth Employment. Education services include Head Start and College Preparation.
Helping Hands
602-796-7875
www.helpsinglemoms.org

Provides a scholarship for single moms to attend college. Scholarship includes monthly cash assistance, auto repair, dental and medical coverage, hair cut/style, budget management, mentoring and tutoring, and a support network.
Herbert K Cummings Community Center
623-772-2760


Provides family activities, including back to school clothing for children, household items, supplemental canned food, domestic violence assistance, and referrals for counseling. Also offers ESOL and literacy classes. Proof of citizenship not required.
Hope's Crossing
602-795-8098
www.hopescrossing.org
830 N. 1st Ave.
Phoenix, AZ 85003
Offers programs to women following release from incarceration to strengthen each individual personally, professionally and spiritually, by surrounding them with a team of mentors, facilitators and case managers to guide these women down a path to restore hope in their lives and the lives of their families, to reach self-sustainability. Programs include Employment/Educational/Volunteer Services, Social/Life Skills Development, and Personal and Professional Skills Training.
Please contact the service providers directly for information about any of the services listed. Contact Southwest Network,
HelpBook@SouthwestNetwork.org, only to report an incorrect listing or to suggest a resource that could be added to the directory. Thank you.

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Lighthouse Women's Resource Center
480-733-7348
www.wopim.org
460 S. Country Club Dr.
Mesa, AZ 85210
Strengthen women by providing a network of adequate resources and special programs. Services include: Career Empowerment Center, Daycare, Library, Community Resource Assistance, Computer Skills classes, GED classes, mentoring, legal consultant, and Abundant Life classes. Also seeking volunteers.
Literacy Volunteers of Maricopa County
602-274-3430
www.literacyvolunteers-maricopa.org
1500 E. Thomas Rd.
Phoenix, AZ 85014
Offers Adult Basic Education and GED preparation classes. Registration is limited to the first 50 people to attend the orientation. See website or call for orientation information. Also provides computer assisted instruction in basic reading, GED, and ESOL. Call for orientation times. All services require a $25 fee. Proof of legal residency required.
Magellan Health Services

www.magellanhealth.com/Training

Magellan and DBSA have partnered to create online Peer Support Courses to educate a variety of audiences about the role of Peer Specialists in promoting recovery. Hosted on Magellan’s Resiliency and Recovery E-Learning Center, these courses are free and were developed in collaboration with recognized leaders to provide convenient, self-paced learning opportunities on a range of topics such as Using Your Recovery Story and Effective Supervision of Peer Specialists.
Maricopa Community Colleges Career Centers
602-285-7420
http://www.maricopa.edu/workforce/career.php#

Each Maricopa County Community college offers a Career Center to assist with resume writing, interview skills, and career planning. Services are free to the community. Contact a community college for hours and locations.
Mesa Laubach Literacy Council
480-964-3833


Tutors teach ESL, English, reading, and math to English and non-English speaking adults.
National Alliance on Mental Illness
602-244-8166
www.namiaz.org
5025 E. Washington St.
Phoenix, AZ
Offers multiple support groups, educational programs, and seminars for recipients and family or friends throughout the valley.
National Center on Secondary Education and Transition
612-624-2097
http://www.ncset.org/

Coordinates national resources, offers technical assistance, and disseminates information related to secondary education and transition for youth with disabilities in order to create opportunities for youth to achieve successful futures. Offers additional online programs for development and transition planning, including Youthhood.org, Transition Solutions, and Check and Connect.
Phoenix Indian Center
602-264-6768 X2312
www.phxindcenter.org
4520 N. Central Ave.
Phoenix, AZ
Offers GED preparation classes on a first come-first served basis. Must attend a 2 day intake and orientation (offered every 3 months). Free childcare offered. Must have 2 forms of ID. Also offers free workforce development services for members of a Federally recognized tribe.
Phoenix Job Corps
800-733-5627
http://phoenix.jobcorps.gov/Home.aspx

Offers free hands-on training in America's fastest growing careers. Also offers high school degree or GED coursework. Must meet income requirements and be between the ages of 16 and 24.
Project Working Mom

http://tyrashow.warnerbros.com/promotions/projectworkingmom/

Providing nearly $5 million in full-tuition scholarships for working moms and dads to pursue their education online.
Queen Creek USD Family Resource Center
480-987-5988
www.qcusd.org

Offers free Adult Education and ESOL. Also offers referrals to other community resources. Call for registration details.
Please contact the service providers directly for information about any of the services listed. Contact Southwest Network,
HelpBook@SouthwestNetwork.org, only to report an incorrect listing or to suggest a resource that could be added to the directory. Thank you.

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Recovery Empowerment Network
602-456-2185
www.recoveryempowermentnetwork.com

Offers free education and training programs for learning more about mental illness and becoming a Peer Support Specialist, as well as free peer advocacy services.
Rio Salado College Adult Education
480-517-8110
www.riosalado.edu/abe

Offers free self-paced GED preparation and ESOL classes. Must provide proof of legal residency. Call for registration information.
Safety, Nutrition, Activity and Care for Kids (SNACK)
602-506-6850
http://www.maricopa.gov/publichealth/programs/snack/default.aspx
4041 N. Central Ave., Suite 700
Phoenix, AZ 85012
SNACK works in the Northwest and Southwest Valley communities to make kids safer, healthier and happier. We are an enthusiastic team of Health Educators, Dietitians, Car Seat Specialists and a Resource Coordinator that are here to help you, your child and your child care center or preschool.
Southwest Job Network
480-513-1491
www.southwestjobnet.com

Provides networking opportunities, skill building seminars, and other employment resources. Requests a donation for all meetings and seminars ($5).
St. Mary's Food Bank Community Kitchen
602-343-3183
http://www.firstfoodbank.org/communitykitchen.html

Offers a free 16 week foodservice training program to low income adults.
Sunnyslope Family Services Center
602-495-5229
http://phoenix.gov/HUMANSERVICES/famserv.html

Provides a broad range of services to promote self-sufficiency for adults and families. Examples of assistance include budgeting, social and life-skills development, counseling and direct services. Also offers rental and utility assistance in crisis situations. Other emergency services are provided as center resources allow.
Tempe Adult Education Program
480-839-0292 X3097

500 W. Guadalupe Rd.
Tempe, AZ
Offers Adult Education, GED preparation classes, and ESOL classes for $20 - $50 (depending on household income). Call for registration information.
Unlimited Potential
602-243-7376
www.upaz.org

Offers literacy and educational programs for Hispanic women and children age 5 and under including a bilingual family literacy program; adult education programs covering self-esteem, literacy, and English; and early childhood programs fostering language and socialization. There is a $150 fee, ($20 returnable at end of course) for the GED course. Also offers bilingual support groups. No proof of citizenship required.
Vocational Rehabilitation
800-563-1221
https://www.azdes.gov/rsa/

Provides free vocational rehabilitation services to individuals wanting to work with a documented disability which interferes with that goal.
Wesley Community Center
623-849-1676
www.wesleycenterphx.org
1300 S. 10th St.
Phoenix, AZ 85034
Offers classes for pre-GED, ESOL (English for Speakers of Other Languages), English Language Acquisition for Adults, and conversational Spanish. Also offers computer literacy classes and computer instruction classes. Childcare is provided.
Youth Build
602-238-4334
http://www.youthbuild.org/site/c.htIRI3PIKoG/b.1223921/k.BD3C/Home.htm

Offers a paid GED and job skills training program for youth (ages 16-24). Some income limitations, but can accept individuals above income on case-by-case basis.
Please contact the service providers directly for information about any of the services listed. Contact Southwest Network,
HelpBook@SouthwestNetwork.org, only to report an incorrect listing or to suggest a resource that could be added to the directory. Thank you.

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AARP Foundation Senior Community Service Employment Program (SCSEP)
602-841-0403
http://www.aarpworksearch.org/pages/SCSEP.aspx

Helps unemployed job seekers, age 55 years and older, improve their skills, obtain training and find a job. Income eligibility requirements apply, but are individualized.
AgeWorks
602-241-6159


Offers a paid training assignment to seniors over the age of 55 to allow them to improve their skills and gain work experience and self-confidence to assist them in entering the workforce.
America's Small Business Development Center Network
480-731-8720
http://clients.azsbdc.net/

Provides assistance to individuals interested in starting their own business. Offers free business counseling, and various workshops and programs to help entreprenuers be successful.
Arizona 2-1-1 (Community Information & Referral)
2-1-1
211Arizona.org

Provides information and referrals for various community resources 24 hours a day/7 days a week.
Arizona Career Information System

http://www.azcis.intocareers.com/default.aspx

The Arizona Department of Education, Career and Technical Education is pleased to make AzCIS (Arizona Career Information System) available online to all Arizona residents. AzCIS is designed to provide educational, career, and occupational information to help students in making better-informed career and school choices. The website includes job search skills and tools (including tools for organizing your job search), information and resources to assist individuals in keeping their job and working with a supervisor and coworkers; there are also career assessments and budgeting tools, and educational information and resources.
Arizona Department of Economic Security - Employment Administration

https://www.azdes.gov/esa/

Provides a web portal for job seekers in Arizona with information on available jobs and job support services throughout the valley.
Arizona Opportunities Industrialization Center
602-254-5081
www.azoic.org
39 E. Jackson St.
Phoenix, AZ 85004
Offers specfic job training courses with certification to the community. Offers GED preparation, job leads, and a clothing closet. Offers free work readiness skill building courses, counseling, and job placement for homeless veteran's.
Arizona Women's Education & Employment
602-223-4333
www.awee.org

Employment services for women and men who want to improve their current employment opportunities. AWEE works with recently released ex-offenders, and services include workshops, education referrals, and mentoring. Website also offers a resource guide specific to those with previous convictions.
Behavioral Systems Southwest Tucson Transitional Housing Center
520-573-3111
http://behavioralsystemssouthwest.com/
6420 S. Park Avenue
Tucson, AZ 85706
Behavioral Systems Southwest, Inc. (BSS) has been providing clean and sober living environments to those in recovery since 1981; providing such to enable persons in recovery the opportunity to focus on recovery and remain out of the criminal justice system. The program provides a structured environment with 24 hour staff supervision and comprehensive case services to help the individual reintegrate into the community sober and with support.
Care 1st Avondale Resource Center
623-333-2703


Provides human and housing services including assistance with benefits, tutoring in English and literacy, citizenship classes, employment assistance, parenting classes and teen pregnancy support, and various other resources and workshops. Multiple social service agencies are housed in this location; each has their own eligibility criteria. Please call for details. Do not have to be a resident of Avondale to access these services.
Center for Psychiatric Rehabilitation

http://www.bu.edu/cpr/jobschool/

Offers resources for living well with a psychiatric disability in work and school. An interactive and informative web site for people with a psychiatric condition that addresses issues and reasonable accommodations related to work and school.
Please contact the service providers directly for information about any of the services listed. Contact Southwest Network,
HelpBook@SouthwestNetwork.org, only to report an incorrect listing or to suggest a resource that could be added to the directory. Thank you.

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Central Arizona Shelter Services
602-256-6945 x3059
www.cass-az.org
230 S. 12th St.
Phoenix, AZ 85007
Provides shelter and support services to homeless adults and families. Services include showers, food, clothing, hygiene items, and case management. They also house a medical and dental facility, as well as offer employment services.
Chandler Christian Church
480-963-3997 (Larry)
www.chandlercc.org

Offers a number of different support groups and programs including Anxiety Support Group, Career Networking, Divorce Care ($15), Divorce Care for Kids ($12), Grief Share ($15), Hope Keepers (Chronic Illness/Disability Support), The Waiting Room (Support for families of people with same sex attraction), and Women in Transition. Most are free. Call Larry for more details.
Chicanos por la Causa
602-253-0838
www.cplc.org

Offers free computer training, employment assistance, job skills workshops, GED classes, housing repair program, some utility assistance, and safe, affordable housing options.
Disability.gov

https://www.disability.gov/

Provides comprehensive information on disability programs and services in communities nationwide. The site links to more than 14,000 resources from federal, state and local government agencies; academic institutions; and nonprofit organizations. Provides disability resources for housing, education, employment, and more.
Family Service Agency
602-264-9891 Phoenix
www.fsaphoenix.org

Provides counseling and medication services for a sliding scale fee based on income. Also offers an array of family based services and groups. Locations in Mesa, Phoenix, and Metro areas. Also offers a Community Re-integration Program for ex-offenders to assist with job placement and case management services.
First New Life Missionary Baptist Church
602-276-4085 (ask for Andrea or Ina Mae)
http://www.firstnewlife.com/
1902 W. Roeser Road
Phoenix, AZ 85041
Offers free Workforce Development Services, including job search, resume building, and cover letters on Tuesdays from 10am - 4pm.
Florence Crittenton
602-274-7549
www.flocrit.org
715 West Mariposa Street
Phoenix, AZ 85013
Florence Crittenton is a community based services program that is designed to support teens and youth so they can discover their self-worth and reach a higher level of independence.
Focus Employment Services
602-312-1045
http://www.focusemployment.com/

Offer an array of employment-related services to individuals with disabilities. Offers a program designed specifically for individuals with criminal records. Self-pay options and payment plans available for individuals without AHCCCS.
Fresh Start
623-931-2801
http://fresh-start.org/

Offers programs to assist displaced workers and ex-offenders re-enter society and the workforce. Provides a number of life skills classes, as well as resume assistance, and employment development. Many services are free, but classes require a $25/year membership fee. No eligibility criteria. Some transportation assistance to food banks, job interviews, and clothing stores available.
Fresh Start Women's Resource Center
602-252-8494
www.wehelpwomen.com
1130 E. McDowell Rd.
Phoenix, AZ
Offers a variety of workshops ($5) including self-esteem management, support and empowerment, healthy living, financial fitness, and career development. Provides free consultation for legal issues, specializing in domestic relations cases. Also offers educational and employment resources and assistance.
Friendly House
602-416-7219
www.friendlyhouse.org

Provides free GED preparation classes, citizenship classes, literacy classes, health and financial literacy classes, and ESOL classes. Orientations are held once every three months. Must bring ID and proof of legal residency.
Please contact the service providers directly for information about any of the services listed. Contact Southwest Network,
HelpBook@SouthwestNetwork.org, only to report an incorrect listing or to suggest a resource that could be added to the directory. Thank you.

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From Gangs to Jobs
602-384-0340
http://www.fromgangs2jobs.com/index.html

Offers a free 6-8 week employment program for at risk men ages 16-25 (some flexibility in age range). Program runs Monday through Thursday 6:30pm - 9:30pm, and includes coaching, job readiness skills, employer support, and job placement follow-up.
Goodwill One-Stop Career Centers
602-416-6174
www.goodwillaz.org/jobs/career-centers

Career Centers that offer free job search and career development services to the community. There are 11 Career centers located throughout the valley that are equipped with computers, printers, internet, fax machines, and telephones. Certain career centers also offer free computer and customer service training.
Greater Phoenix SCORE
602-745-7250
http://www.scorephoenix.org/

Greater Phoenix SCORE provides free and confidential business advice and counseling tailored to meet the needs of small businesses and personal objectives. Greater Phoenix SCORE also offers seminars and special events, for both start-up and in-business entrepreneurs. Many of these seminars are free; others are offered for a modest fee.
Greater Phoenix Urban League
602-254-5611
http://www.gphxul.org/

Offers housing, employment, education, and small business programs to the community. Housing programs include Foreclosure Prevention Counseling, First Time Homebuyers Seminar, Affordable Low Income Housing Referral assistance, and Neighborhood Stabilization programs. Employment Services include Job Readiness Training and Summer Youth Employment. Education services include Head Start and College Preparation.
Hope's Crossing
602-795-8098
www.hopescrossing.org
830 N. 1st Ave.
Phoenix, AZ 85003
Offers programs to women following release from incarceration to strengthen each individual personally, professionally and spiritually, by surrounding them with a team of mentors, facilitators and case managers to guide these women down a path to restore hope in their lives and the lives of their families, to reach self-sustainability. Programs include Employment/Educational/Volunteer Services, Social/Life Skills Development, and Personal and Professional Skills Training.
Innovation Forward Center
602-845-1295
http://innovationforward.com

Provides open access to a spectrum of business development resources - funding alternatives, collaborative opportunities, product commercialization assistance, and much more. Provides information, mentoring and guidance for companies assisting them in bringing their vision to light and grow their operations. Weekly programming at the center will include mentorship programs done in collaboration with SCORE, ASABA and SBDC, information sessions and speaker series exploring entrepreneurship trends important to early-stage, expanding companies.
Job Accommodation Network
800-526-7234
http://askjan.org/

Offers information and resources regarding workplace accommodations and ADA legislation. Offers resources for both job seekers and employers.
LDS Employment Resource Services
602-241-9444

11650 N. 35th Ave.
Phoenix, AZ 85029
Offers free employment resources to job seekers and other clients, and to community organizations: such as employers, educational institutions, small business development organizations.
Lighthouse Women's Resource Center
480-733-7348
www.wopim.org
460 S. Country Club Dr.
Mesa, AZ 85210
Strengthen women by providing a network of adequate resources and special programs. Services include: Career Empowerment Center, Daycare, Library, Community Resource Assistance, Computer Skills classes, GED classes, mentoring, legal consultant, and Abundant Life classes. Also seeking volunteers.
Linda I. Simpson
602-264-5260


Offers life coaching and recovery support services for a sliding scale fee. These services can include employment support and advocacy assistance. Linda is also a W.R.A.P. facilitator.
Linkages

www.linkagesarizona.org/index.cfm

Provides a free web portal/job search engine to link people with disabilities ready to work with employers in the community.
Please contact the service providers directly for information about any of the services listed. Contact Southwest Network,
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Magellan Cares

MagellanHealth.OrgAction.com

Offers an online portal of volunteer activities offered through Magellan Health Services in Maricopa County.
Maricopa Community Colleges Career Centers
602-285-7420
http://www.maricopa.edu/workforce/career.php#

Each Maricopa County Community college offers a Career Center to assist with resume writing, interview skills, and career planning. Services are free to the community. Contact a community college for hours and locations.
Maricopa Workforce Connections (One Stop)
602-372-9748
www.maricopaworkforceconnection.com

Provides information and assistance to individuals looking for jobs or seeking training. Services include career centers and job search support. Some employment related support groups may also be available depending on location. Also offers a Virtual One Stop Center that offers online employment tools.
My Brother's Keeper
602-437-5422
http://www.mbklifeline.com/contactus.html

Offers a lifeline program that provides life skills, job readiness classes and resources, and assistance with job placement for ex-offenders released within the last year. Also offers a youth program with no eligibility requirements.Offers a tattoo removal program (fees are $45-$110/session) for ex-offenders.
My Employment Options
800-441-3114 x754
www.myemploymentoptions.com

Offers job placement and job support services for individuals on SSI/SSDI who are interested in returning to work under the Ticket to Work program.
Phoenix Indian Center
602-264-6768 X2312
www.phxindcenter.org
4520 N. Central Ave.
Phoenix, AZ
Offers GED preparation classes on a first come-first served basis. Must attend a 2 day intake and orientation (offered every 3 months). Free childcare offered. Must have 2 forms of ID. Also offers free workforce development services for members of a Federally recognized tribe.
Phoenix Indian Center
602-264-6768 X2312
www.phxindcenter.org
4520 N. Central Ave.
Phoenix, AZ
Offers GED preparation classes on a first come-first served basis. Must attend a 2 day intake and orientation (offered every 3 months). Free childcare offered. Must have 2 forms of ID. Also offers free workforce development services for members of a Federally recognized tribe.
Phoenix Job Corps
800-733-5627
http://phoenix.jobcorps.gov/Home.aspx

Offers free hands-on training in America's fastest growing careers. Also offers high school degree or GED coursework. Must meet income requirements and be between the ages of 16 and 24.
Phoenix Workforce Connections (One Stop)
602-861-0208
http://phoenix.gov/econdev/phxwc/centers/index.html

Offers skills assessment services, job search skills training, a library, and access to job postings. Many services and resources are available online, but multiple locations are also available. One Stop locations offer a career center with access to resume software and office equipment, employment workshops, employment counseling, and other support and resources.
Seeds for Autism

http://seedsforautism.org/about/
711 N. 15th Ave.
Phoenix, AZ. 85007
SEEDs For Autism is a Phoenix based, vocational training program dedicated to teaching autistic/asperger adults across the spectrum, a multitude of job skills related to the arts. The diverse art skills are taught in a user friendly classroom setting, allowing for each participant to be themselves, among their peers.
Southwest Job Network
480-513-1491
www.southwestjobnet.com

Provides networking opportunities, skill building seminars, and other employment resources. Requests a donation for all meetings and seminars ($5).
Please contact the service providers directly for information about any of the services listed. Contact Southwest Network,
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St. Andrews Job Networking Group
602-738-0251
http://www.standrew-cfc.org/jobnetworking.php
3450 W. Ray Road
Chandler, AZ 85226
Provides a forum for job seekers to meet and share leads, contacts, and insights. The group meets every Wednesday morning from 9am to 11am.
St. Joseph the Worker
602-417-9854
www.stjwjobs.org
1125 W. Jackson St.
Phoenix, AZ 85007
Offers support to homeless, low-income, or other disadvantaged individuals in their efforts to become self-sufficient through permanent, full-time employment. Facility offers computer access, work clothing, resume assistance, bus tickets for interviews and work, and various job and life skills related courses. Also offers some professional clothing and housing/utility assistance.
St. Mary's Food Bank Community Kitchen
602-343-3183
http://www.firstfoodbank.org/communitykitchen.html

Offers a free 16 week foodservice training program to low income adults.
St. Patrick's Scottsdale Employment Support Ministry
480-650-3195
http://finance.groups.yahoo.com/group/st_patricks_scottsdale_employment_support_ministry/

Provides support, resource knowledge, and connections for successful employment transitions. Offers a bi-weekly networking meeting, and has an online yahoo group account.
Sunnyslope Family Services Center
602-495-5229
http://phoenix.gov/HUMANSERVICES/famserv.html

Provides a broad range of services to promote self-sufficiency for adults and families. Examples of assistance include budgeting, social and life-skills development, counseling and direct services. Also offers rental and utility assistance in crisis situations. Other emergency services are provided as center resources allow.
Sunrise Preschools
480-706-2500
http://www.sunrisepreschools.com/

Offers free interview care for children ages 6 weeks to 12 years old. Childcare is provided for up to 4 hours for interviews only.
TES
602-252-8405


Full service employment agency for homeless individuals.
Vocational Rehabilitation
800-563-1221
https://www.azdes.gov/rsa/

Provides free vocational rehabilitation services to individuals wanting to work with a documented disability which interferes with that goal.
Youth Build
602-238-4334
http://www.youthbuild.org/site/c.htIRI3PIKoG/b.1223921/k.BD3C/Home.htm

Offers a paid GED and job skills training program for youth (ages 16-24). Some income limitations, but can accept individuals above income on case-by-case basis.
Please contact the service providers directly for information about any of the services listed. Contact Southwest Network,
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Arizona 2-1-1 (Community Information & Referral)
2-1-1
211Arizona.org

Provides information and referrals for various community resources 24 hours a day/7 days a week.
Arizona Department of Education
602-542-4361
http://www.azed.gov/
www.ade.az.gov/ADULT-ED
Provides information on available Maricopa County GED and Adult Education classes, and GED testing centers. Also provides information on Arizona Language Acquisition for Adults classes by county.
Bret Tarver Learning Center
602-262-7127
http://phoenix.gov/PARKS/tarverlc.html
1516 N. 35th Ave.
Phoenix, AZ
As part of the City of Phoenix Parks and Recreation Department, offers free computer classes (1:1 and group), computers for public use, lending library, ESL classes, and additional services as available. Must have a recreation card ($10/year for Phoenix residents). Some scholorships available.
Bright Innovative Generation
gmartinez30@cox.net

6750 N. 7th Ave
Phoenix , AZ 85013
Free ESL classes for refugees and/or immigrants in the Phoenix Area. Offered Monday through Thursday from 5:30 - 9:30pm. Classes offered for various levels. Child care provided. Please call Gerald for more information or an appointment.
Care 1st Avondale Resource Center
623-333-2703


Provides human and housing services including assistance with benefits, tutoring in English and literacy, citizenship classes, employment assistance, parenting classes and teen pregnancy support, and various other resources and workshops. Multiple social service agencies are housed in this location; each has their own eligibility criteria. Please call for details. Do not have to be a resident of Avondale to access these services.
CARE Partnership
480-833-8987
http://carepartnership.org/index.php
466 South Bellview Street
Mesa, AZ 85204
Provides a variety of free community programs including uninsured health and dental care, youth programs, education programs, food bank, community revitalization, community gatherings, and English as a Second Language classes on Saturdays at 10:30 for $5/registration fee. ESL classes are designed for Spanish speaking population. No proof of citizenship required.
Friendly House
602-416-7219
www.friendlyhouse.org

Provides free GED preparation classes, citizenship classes, literacy classes, health and financial literacy classes, and ESOL classes. Orientations are held once every three months. Must bring ID and proof of legal residency.
Herbert K Cummings Community Center
623-772-2760


Provides family activities, including back to school clothing for children, household items, supplemental canned food, domestic violence assistance, and referrals for counseling. Also offers ESOL and literacy classes. Proof of citizenship not required.
Literacy Volunteers of Maricopa County
602-274-3430
www.literacyvolunteers-maricopa.org
1500 E. Thomas Rd.
Phoenix, AZ 85014
Offers Adult Basic Education and GED preparation classes. Registration is limited to the first 50 people to attend the orientation. See website or call for orientation information. Also provides computer assisted instruction in basic reading, GED, and ESOL. Call for orientation times. All services require a $25 fee. Proof of legal residency required.
Mesa Laubach Literacy Council
480-964-3833


Tutors teach ESL, English, reading, and math to English and non-English speaking adults.
Rio Salado College Adult Education
480-517-8110
www.riosalado.edu/abe

Offers free self-paced GED preparation and ESOL classes. Must provide proof of legal residency. Call for registration information.
Please contact the service providers directly for information about any of the services listed. Contact Southwest Network,
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Tempe Adult Education Program
480-839-0292 X3097

500 W. Guadalupe Rd.
Tempe, AZ
Offers Adult Education, GED preparation classes, and ESOL classes for $20 - $50 (depending on household income). Call for registration information.
Unlimited Potential
602-243-7376
www.upaz.org

Offers literacy and educational programs for Hispanic women and children age 5 and under including a bilingual family literacy program; adult education programs covering self-esteem, literacy, and English; and early childhood programs fostering language and socialization. There is a $150 fee, ($20 returnable at end of course) for the GED course. Also offers bilingual support groups. No proof of citizenship required.
Wesley Community Center
623-849-1676
www.wesleycenterphx.org
1300 S. 10th St.
Phoenix, AZ 85034
Offers classes for pre-GED, ESOL (English for Speakers of Other Languages), English Language Acquisition for Adults, and conversational Spanish. Also offers computer literacy classes and computer instruction classes. Childcare is provided.
Please contact the service providers directly for information about any of the services listed. Contact Southwest Network,
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Arizona Opportunities Industrialization Center
602-254-5081
www.azoic.org
39 E. Jackson St.
Phoenix, AZ 85004
Offers specfic job training courses with certification to the community. Offers GED preparation, job leads, and a clothing closet. Offers free work readiness skill building courses, counseling, and job placement for homeless veteran's.
Arizona Women's Education & Employment
602-223-4333
www.awee.org

Employment services for women and men who want to improve their current employment opportunities. AWEE works with recently released ex-offenders, and services include workshops, education referrals, and mentoring. Website also offers a resource guide specific to those with previous convictions.
Behavioral Systems Southwest Tucson Transitional Housing Center
520-573-3111
http://behavioralsystemssouthwest.com/
6420 S. Park Avenue
Tucson, AZ 85706
Behavioral Systems Southwest, Inc. (BSS) has been providing clean and sober living environments to those in recovery since 1981; providing such to enable persons in recovery the opportunity to focus on recovery and remain out of the criminal justice system. The program provides a structured environment with 24 hour staff supervision and comprehensive case services to help the individual reintegrate into the community sober and with support.
Central Arizona Shelter Services
602-256-6945 x3059
www.cass-az.org
230 S. 12th St.
Phoenix, AZ 85007
Provides shelter and support services to homeless adults and families. Services include showers, food, clothing, hygiene items, and case management. They also house a medical and dental facility, as well as offer employment services.
Chicanos por la Causa
602-253-0838
www.cplc.org

Offers free computer training, employment assistance, job skills workshops, GED classes, housing repair program, some utility assistance, and safe, affordable housing options.
Family Service Agency
602-264-9891 Phoenix
www.fsaphoenix.org

Provides counseling and medication services for a sliding scale fee based on income. Also offers an array of family based services and groups. Locations in Mesa, Phoenix, and Metro areas. Also offers a Community Re-integration Program for ex-offenders to assist with job placement and case management services.
Focus Employment Services
602-312-1045
http://www.focusemployment.com/

Offer an array of employment-related services to individuals with disabilities. Offers a program designed specifically for individuals with criminal records. Self-pay options and payment plans available for individuals without AHCCCS.
Fresh Start Women's Resource Center
602-252-8494
www.wehelpwomen.com
1130 E. McDowell Rd.
Phoenix, AZ
Offers a variety of workshops ($5) including self-esteem management, support and empowerment, healthy living, financial fitness, and career development. Provides free consultation for legal issues, specializing in domestic relations cases. Also offers educational and employment resources and assistance.
From Gangs to Jobs
602-384-0340
http://www.fromgangs2jobs.com/index.html

Offers a free 6-8 week employment program for at risk men ages 16-25 (some flexibility in age range). Program runs Monday through Thursday 6:30pm - 9:30pm, and includes coaching, job readiness skills, employer support, and job placement follow-up.
Goodwill One-Stop Career Centers
602-416-6174
www.goodwillaz.org/jobs/career-centers

Career Centers that offer free job search and career development services to the community. There are 11 Career centers located throughout the valley that are equipped with computers, printers, internet, fax machines, and telephones. Certain career centers also offer free computer and customer service training.
Hope's Crossing
602-795-8098
www.hopescrossing.org
830 N. 1st Ave.
Phoenix, AZ 85003
Offers programs to women following release from incarceration to strengthen each individual personally, professionally and spiritually, by surrounding them with a team of mentors, facilitators and case managers to guide these women down a path to restore hope in their lives and the lives of their families, to reach self-sustainability. Programs include Employment/Educational/Volunteer Services, Social/Life Skills Development, and Personal and Professional Skills Training.
Please contact the service providers directly for information about any of the services listed. Contact Southwest Network,
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Maricopa Workforce Connections (One Stop)
602-372-9748
www.maricopaworkforceconnection.com

Provides information and assistance to individuals looking for jobs or seeking training. Services include career centers and job search support. Some employment related support groups may also be available depending on location. Also offers a Virtual One Stop Center that offers online employment tools.
My Brother's Keeper
602-437-5422
http://www.mbklifeline.com/contactus.html

Offers a lifeline program that provides life skills, job readiness classes and resources, and assistance with job placement for ex-offenders released within the last year. Also offers a youth program with no eligibility requirements.Offers a tattoo removal program (fees are $45-$110/session) for ex-offenders.
Our Common Welfare
480-733-2688
http://www.ourcommonwelfare.info/

Provides a free restoration of rights workshop.
Phoenix Workforce Connections (One Stop)
602-861-0208
http://phoenix.gov/econdev/phxwc/centers/index.html

Offers skills assessment services, job search skills training, a library, and access to job postings. Many services and resources are available online, but multiple locations are also available. One Stop locations offer a career center with access to resume software and office equipment, employment workshops, employment counseling, and other support and resources.
St. Joseph the Worker
602-417-9854
www.stjwjobs.org
1125 W. Jackson St.
Phoenix, AZ 85007
Offers support to homeless, low-income, or other disadvantaged individuals in their efforts to become self-sufficient through permanent, full-time employment. Facility offers computer access, work clothing, resume assistance, bus tickets for interviews and work, and various job and life skills related courses. Also offers some professional clothing and housing/utility assistance.
The Potter's House
602-254-9701
http://www.thepottershousesacenter.org/

Offers outpatient substance abuse treatment, including individual, family, and group counseling. They work with the criminal justice system and offer sex offender treatment. Payment options include AHCCCS, BlueCross BlueShield, and self-pay (rates vary from $20/group session and $40/individual session to $194 for a psychiatric evaluation).
Please contact the service providers directly for information about any of the services listed. Contact Southwest Network,
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American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry

http://www.aacap.org/

National professional medical association dedicated to treating and improving the quality of life for children, adolescents, and families affected by these disorders. Publishes "Facts for Families" to provide concise and up-to-date information on issues that affect children, teenagers, and their families, and offers AACAP Resource Centers to empower consumers through patient education.
American Association of Poison Control
602-253-3334
www.aapcc.org

Provides emergency evaluations over the phone and information regarding unintentional ingestion of unknown or known substances or insect bites.
American Cancer Society, Great West Division
602-224-0524
www.cancer.org
4550 E. Bell Rd, Suite 126
Phoenix, AZ 85032
Funds Cancer Research, provides cancer prevention, advocacy and community education, and information and support services for cancer patients and family members.
American Heart Association
602-414-5353
www.americanheart.org
2929 S. 48th St
Tempe, AZ 85282
Provies cardiovascular disease and stroke prevention and research, as well as public and professionaleducation and information.
AmeriPsych
602-728-0630
ameripsych.org

Offers low cost family counseling services, as well as parenting classes and other family support services.
Animal Guardian Network
480-488-9298
https://www.animalguardiannetwork.org/

Offers temporary pet food assistance for those in need. Also offers a program to assist with the cost of emergency veterinary care. The pet must be spayed or neutered.
Arizona 2-1-1 (Community Information & Referral)
2-1-1
211Arizona.org

Provides information and referrals for various community resources 24 hours a day/7 days a week.
Arizona Child & Family Advocacy Network
928-713-9248
http://www.acfan.net/index.htm

Advocacy centers located throughout Arizona are designed to provide onsite services to child victims of either physical or sexual abuse as well as neglect. Some centers provide services to adult victims of sexual assault, domestic violence, or vulnerable adult abuse.
Arizona Child Care Resource & Referral
800-308-9000
www.azchildcare.org

Provides free information about community trainings and resources for child care providers and the early childhood community via telephone or online search.
Arizona Department of Economic Security
602-542-9935
www.healthearizona.org
https://www.azdes.gov/default.aspx
Offers a Nutritious Assistance Program (formerly Food Stamps) based on income and other eligibility requirements. Ask your doctor to complete form FAA-1249A to provide with your application. A number of other assistance programs are available, including the Arizona Early Intervention Program (birth to 3 years), Child care, and caregiver support resources.
Arizona Firearm Injury Prevention Coalition
480-946-1971
www.afipc.org
PO Box 1809
Phoenix, AZ 85001
Arizona Firearm Prevention Coalition is a non-profit corporation dedicatedto the prevention of firearm injuries, including homicides, suicides, and accidents in children and young people.
Please contact the service providers directly for information about any of the services listed. Contact Southwest Network,
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Arizona Helping Hands
480-889-0604
http://www.azhelpinghands.org/whatwedo.html

Offers multiple programs to assist under-privileged and struggling children and families, including an annual holiday toy distribution, annual Christmas meal, English as a Learned Language for parents of school-aged children, vision care for children, and other special projects throughout the year.
Arizona Marriage & Family Therapy Clinic
480-282-8778
www.azmftclinic.com
6100 W. Gila Springs Place, Suite 19
Chandler, AZ 85226
Offers individual, couple, premarital, family, and group counseling services at affordable rates (starting at $35/hour).
Arizona Phoenix Baptist Children's Services
602-346-2300
www.abcs.org

Offers low cost ($40 - $80/session) counseling to children and adults. Also offers an array of workshops, parenting classes, and resources.
Arizona Spinal Cord Injury Association
602-507-4209
www.azspinal.org
5025 E. Washington St. STE #110
Phoenix, AZ 85034
The Arizona Spinal Cord Injury Association is a nonprofit organization dedicated to enhancing the lives of individuals with spinal cord injuries. Our goal is to promote physical, intellectual, spiritual, emotional and social recovery. The Association focuses on peer support, family support, and education of consumers, families, caregivers and professionals. We also link consumers and families with vocational, social and recreational resources, and offer accessible transportation services, as well as a number of support groups throughout the valley.
ArizonaSERVES

www.azdes.gov/arizonaserveshome.aspx

Online database for finding community resources for foster care, childcare, family resources, and transportation resources.
AZ Foster Youth 411
866-999-6384
http://www.fosteryouth411.org/index.php

Foster Youth 411 is a website designed for youth and young adults who need resources and information to facilitate immediate survival and long-term success. The website provides multiple emergency toll free helplines for resources, including shelter, education/employment assistance, transportation, and food.
Benevilla & First Things Family Resource Center
623-207-6016
www.benevilla.org

Resource specialists at the Family Resource Center provide free parenting classes, a free lending library, and other free resources for families living in the west valley.
Benevilla Family Resource Centers
623-207-6016
http://www.benevilla.org/familyresourcecenter.html
Multiple Locations
Offers parenting support groups, classes, a lending library, porposeful play group and other family resources in the West Valley.
Buckeye Outreach for Social Services (BOSS)
623-386-6365


Offers jobs to underemployed and unemployed individuals, job and life training, computer training, after school programs, GED classes and testing, free diaper and clothing bank, free 90-day medical equipment lending for youth and adult, drug and alcohol classes, parenting and youth counseling. In addition, it offers community garden with gardening beds (4 x 10) available for rent at $50/year.
Care 1st Avondale Resource Center
623-333-2703


Provides human and housing services including assistance with benefits, tutoring in English and literacy, citizenship classes, employment assistance, parenting classes and teen pregnancy support, and various other resources and workshops. Multiple social service agencies are housed in this location; each has their own eligibility criteria. Please call for details. Do not have to be a resident of Avondale to access these services.
CARE Partnership
480-833-8987
http://carepartnership.org/index.php
466 South Bellview Street
Mesa, AZ 85204
Provides a variety of free community programs including uninsured health and dental care, youth programs, education programs, food bank, community revitalization, community gatherings, and English as a Second Language classes on Saturdays at 10:30 for $5/registration fee. ESL classes are designed for Spanish speaking population. No proof of citizenship required.
Please contact the service providers directly for information about any of the services listed. Contact Southwest Network,
HelpBook@SouthwestNetwork.org, only to report an incorrect listing or to suggest a resource that could be added to the directory. Thank you.

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Chandler Care Center
480-812-7000
http://ww2.chandler.k12.az.us/page/999
777 E. Galveston St.
Chandler, AZ 85225
The Chandler CARE Center is a school-based, community-linked program of the Chandler Unified School District. Established in 1995, the Chandler CARE Center provides free medical, dental, counseling, and social services. There is no cost to patients or clients because local professionals and service organizations donate their services at the Chandler CARE Center on a scheduled, rotating basis.
Chandler Christian Church
480-963-3997 (Larry)
www.chandlercc.org

Offers a number of different support groups and programs including Anxiety Support Group, Career Networking, Divorce Care ($15), Divorce Care for Kids ($12), Grief Share ($15), Hope Keepers (Chronic Illness/Disability Support), The Waiting Room (Support for families of people with same sex attraction), and Women in Transition. Most are free. Call Larry for more details.
Chandler Christian Community Center and Family Resource Center
480-963-1423
http://chandlerfoodbank.org/programs-2/family-resource-center/
345 S. California St.
Chandler, AZ 85225
The Family Resource Center provides a safe, positive environment for family development. Their model is to meet some of the needs families have outside of nutritional.
Child Crisis Center Counseling Services
480-222-0194
www.childcrisis.org

Offers general mental health counseling to children ages birth to 18 years old for $75/hour. Specializing in abuse, neglect, attachment, bonding, foster care, adoption, and birth to 5 years old.
Child Crisis Center Emergency Shelter
480-969-2308
http://www.childcrisis.org/shelter/index.html

Temporary emergency shelter for children ages 0-11 years old. Offers shelter to children in abusive situations as well as any child needing a place to stay whether due to family emotional stress or homelessness.
Children's Action Alliance
602-266-0707
www.azchildren.org

Children’s Action Alliance is a non-profit, non-partisan research, education and advocacy organization dedicated to promoting the well-being of Arizona’s children and families. They provide information and referrals designed the meet the needs of children and families.
City of Phoenix
602-262-4422
www.phoenix.gov/housing

Offers low rent public housing, scattered sites home ownership, the affordable housing program, and senior and disabled housing programs for income eligible individuals and families. Applications required, and most programs have a wait list. Additional voucher programs offered in conjunction with CASS, Native American Connections, the VA, CPS, Care Directions, Watkins shelter, and Magellan.
Community Alliance Against Family Abuse
480-982-0916
www.caafaaz.org

Provides safe housing, support groups, legal advocacy, and 1:1 empowerment sessions. No eligibility requirements.
Covenant House
800-999-9999
www.covenanthouse.org

Crisis hotline for troubled teens and families. Provides referrals to shelters and counseling services throughout the US.
Crisis Nursery
602-273-7363
www.crisisnurseryphx.org

This program is designed to break the cycle of abuse and neglect by offering protection, support, and opportunities for families and children. They offer temporary shelter for children with a full array of medical and social services while the children are in the shelter, day programming focused on child development and family/child relationships, and support to high risk families starting during pregnancy.
Deer Valley Family Resource Center
(623)445-3941
http://www.dvusd.org/familyresourcecenter/
19825 N 15th Ave
Phoenix, AZ.85027
The mission of the Deer Valley Family Resource Center is to provide support and strengthen families living within the DVUSD boundaries and the North Phoenix Region of First Things First. The resource center will partner with FTF to provide education, prevention and awareness to empower our parents to become educators themselves, and join in the joy of their child’s learning during the early developmental years.
Please contact the service providers directly for information about any of the services listed. Contact Southwest Network,
HelpBook@SouthwestNetwork.org, only to report an incorrect listing or to suggest a resource that could be added to the directory. Thank you.

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Family Advocacy Center
602-534-2120
phoenix.gov/fac/index.html
2120 N. Central Ave.
Phoenix, AZ
Provides comprehensive services to victims of violence, including counseling referrals, financial assistance referrals, and light case management. Assists with orders of protection and other legal issues surrounding the case.
Family Involvement Center
602-288-0155
www.familyinvolvementcenter.org
5333 North 7th Street, Suite A-100
Phoenix, AZ 85014
Designed to assist and support families and caregivers to ensure children with emotional, behavioral, or mental health disorders succeed. They offer educational events, support groups, and resources. Topics change monthly. Call for updated information.
Family Learning Center
602-344-1352
http://www.mihs.org/services-and-programs/flceducation-classes

Offers an array of information and resources, as well as free fun and health-focused classes and activities Most activities open to all community members; many activities focused on children and youth.
Family Promise
480-659-5227
www.familypromiseaz.org

Designed to meet the needs of homeless families in the Phoenix area, providing shelter, meals, educational services, and social support.
Family Resource Center
480-834-9424
http://www.childcrisis.org/index.html
817 N. Country Club Dr.
Mesa, AZ
Offers a wide variety of free or low cost classes and activities for parents and children, including anger management. Offers a Dads Support group on the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of the month from 6pm – 7:30pm. Also offers a Dads of Children with Special Needs Support Group on the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of the month at the same time. Please call before you attend.
Family Service Agency
602-264-9891 Phoenix
www.fsaphoenix.org

Provides counseling and medication services for a sliding scale fee based on income. Also offers an array of family based services and groups. Locations in Mesa, Phoenix, and Metro areas. Also offers a Community Re-integration Program for ex-offenders to assist with job placement and case management services.
FAMPod

http://fampod.org/

Offers a free training program for the Family Talk Preventive Intervention, an evidence-based, strengths-focused program targeting families with parental depression.
Fresh Start Women's Resource Center
602-252-8494
www.wehelpwomen.com
1130 E. McDowell Rd.
Phoenix, AZ
Offers a variety of workshops ($5) including self-esteem management, support and empowerment, healthy living, financial fitness, and career development. Provides free consultation for legal issues, specializing in domestic relations cases. Also offers educational and employment resources and assistance.
Glendale Adult Center
623-930-4323
http://www.glendaleaz.com/adultcenter/index.cfm

Offers a wide range of low cost ($2-$10) educational, recreational, and healthy living classes, groups, and activities. Also offers a daily hot lunch for $2.50 or $3.50.
Good Fit Counseling Center
602-200-0434 x8672
http://www.swhd.org/

Offers counseling and therapy to children (ages 3 and under) and their families on a sliding scale fee schedule or insurance reimbursement. Services include play therapy, child and family counseling, assessments, and evaluations.
Healthy Families
602-266-5976 x5200
http://www.swhd.org/how-we-help/health-and-development/healthy-families

A community-based, family-centered, voluntary home visitation program serving at risk prenatal families and families with newborns through age five. The infant must be under three months of age at enrollment into the program as services are focused primarily on prevention through education and support in the homes of new parents.
Please contact the service providers directly for information about any of the services listed. Contact Southwest Network,
HelpBook@SouthwestNetwork.org, only to report an incorrect listing or to suggest a resource that could be added to the directory. Thank you.

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Healthy Start
602-304-1166
http://www.maricopa.gov/PublicHealth/programs/HealthyStart/

Offers free perinatal case management services, health education events and learning opportunities to women and their families in South Phoenix and Maryvale.
Helping Hands
602-796-7875
www.helpsinglemoms.org

Provides a scholarship for single moms to attend college. Scholarship includes monthly cash assistance, auto repair, dental and medical coverage, hair cut/style, budget management, mentoring and tutoring, and a support network.
Herbert K Cummings Community Center
623-772-2760


Provides family activities, including back to school clothing for children, household items, supplemental canned food, domestic violence assistance, and referrals for counseling. Also offers ESOL and literacy classes. Proof of citizenship not required.
Homeward Bound
602-263-7654
www.hbphx.org

Offer transitional living to families with children, and assists the families in achieving economic independence and obtaining safe, secure, affordable long term housing.
House of Refuge
480-988-9242


Provides homeless families and individuals with transitional housing and support services.
Jesus Cares Ministries
480-831-1737
http://jesuscares4u.org/

Provides a women’s home for pregnant and parenting teens for almost with a short and long term live in maternity program. Also offers an Affordable Housing Program for young married couples with up to two children or elderly couples on a fixed income. Referral from a Pastor and an initial phone screen interview are required to begin the application process.
John C. Lincoln Health Network Desert Mission
602-331-5792
http://www.jcl.com/content/desertmission/default.htm
9201 N. 5th St.
Phoenix, AZ 85020
Provides a Children’s Learning Center (ages 6 weeks to 12 years) and Adult Day Care Center (over 50) with limited sliding scale fee options. Will work with individuals and families to determine eligibility for other programs that may pay for services. Offers emergency food boxes (6 per calendar year) to individuals and families in need in their service area. Also offers a Food Pantry for low cost perishable and non-perishable groceries for individuals and families in their service area. Offers a dental clinic for uninsured children on a sliding scale fee schedule. Offers a medical clinic for uninsured families and individuals on a sliding scale fee schedule. The Behavioral Health clinic offers limited sliding scale fee options. Offers free homebuyer education classes to anyone, as well as additional independent housing assistance programs for qualifying individuals. No proof of citizenship required for any of the programs.
John F. Long Family Services Center
602-262-6510
www.phoenix.gov

Provides a broad range of services to promote self-sufficiency for adults and families. Examples of assistance include budgeting, social and life-skills development, counseling and direct services. Also offers rental and utility assistance in crisis situations. Other emergency services are provided as center resources allow. Also provides one free bus ticket with a letter from employer indicating next pay day.
Juvenile Alternatives in Glendale (JAG)
623-847-7040


Offers free groups to youth ages 13-17 in Anger Management, Substance Abuse, and Positive Choices. Also offers a short-term (23 hour) non-secure alternative to detention for youth when there is a crisis in the home.
Kids.gov

http://www.kids.gov/

Kids.gov is the official kids' portal for the U.S. government. It links to over 2,000 web pages from government agencies, schools, and educational organizations, all geared to the learning level and interest of kids.
La Fronterra/EMPACT - SPC
480-784-1500 (Crisis)
www.empact-spc.com

Provides 24 hours a day/7 days a week crisis response for behavioral health crisis situations and a Sexual Assault hotline.
Please contact the service providers directly for information about any of the services listed. Contact Southwest Network,
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LDS Family Services
800-537-2229
www.providentliving.org

Offers free substance abuse and sexual addiction support groups, and crisis pregnancy counseling. Also offer mental health counseling for a fee of $120/initial assessment and $80/session thereafter. Also offers community resources and referrals.
Lighthouse Women's Resource Center
480-733-7348
www.wopim.org
460 S. Country Club Dr.
Mesa, AZ 85210
Strengthen women by providing a network of adequate resources and special programs. Services include: Career Empowerment Center, Daycare, Library, Community Resource Assistance, Computer Skills classes, GED classes, mentoring, legal consultant, and Abundant Life classes. Also seeking volunteers.
Lost Our Home Pet Foundation
602-230-4357
http://www.lostourhome.org/our-services/

Offers services aimed to help families and individuals keep and care for their pets. Services include a Furry Friends Food Bank, Furry Friends Foster Program, and Rescue Assistance. Proof of financial need will be required.
Maricopa County Animal Care and Control
602-506-7387
http://www.maricopa.gov/Pets/Community/Default.aspx

Offers several community programs aimed at promoting and protecting the health, safety, and welfare of people and pets in Maricopa County. Programs include Neuter Scooter (low-cost, mobile, spay/neuter clinic) and subsidized voucher program (vet care).
MIKID
602-253-1240
www.mikid.org

Designed to provide support and assistance to families in Arizona with behaviorally challenged children. They offer educational events, support groups, and resources.
My Family Benefits

https://egov.azdes.gov/dbme/faa/myFamilyBenefits/authorization/login.aspx

An online system that offers Arizona families an easy and secure way to access information about Food Stamps, Cash Assistance, and Medical Assistance benefits.
National Alliance on Mental Illness
602-244-8166
www.namiaz.org
5025 E. Washington St.
Phoenix, AZ
Offers multiple support groups, educational programs, and seminars for recipients and family or friends throughout the valley.
Native Health
602-279-5262 x3205 (Adults)


Offers 12-week Anger Management groups for adults ($180) and teens ages 13 - 17 ($5/session). Program will teach individuals how to manage anger effectively, stop violence or the threat of violence, and develop self control over thoughts and actions. Also offers a variety of free community health education events - topics include home safety, car seats, parenting classes, fathers mentoring, and HIV/AIDS (schedule and topics change monthly, call for details).
Native Health Community Health Center
602-279-5262
www.nativehealthphoenix.org

Low cost medical and dental care. Also offers mental health services, substance abuse services, and women’s services. Free transportation available. Also offers free HIV testing for the community. Call for locations and times.
not MY kid
602-652-0163
http://www.notmykid.org/home.aspx
5230 E. Shea Blvd., #100
Scottsdale, AZ
Offers local resources including drug testing information, support group information, and crisis information, as well as educational materials to help parents and young adults make informed choices to avoid destructive behavior.
NP Care Family Planning Clinic
602-523-9275

500 N. 3rd Street
Phoenix, AZ
Offers pap smears and some STD testing, as well as birth control on a sliding scale fee schedule (dependent on income and number of people living in the home). No proof of citizenship required.
Please contact the service providers directly for information about any of the services listed. Contact Southwest Network,
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Office for Children, Youth, and Families
602-542-4043
http://gocyf.az.gov/index.asp

Provides resources, promotes citizen engagement and leads innovative projects to strengthen and empower families and communities in Arizona.
Paradise Valley Family Resource Center
602-449-2298

3633 E. Thunderbird Road
Phoenix AZ 85032
Provides Family/Youth services for those within the PVUSD boundaries.
Parental Stress Hotline
800-632-8188


Provides telephonic assistance and support for parents.
Parenting Arizona
602-371-0767


Provides parenting resources and free parenting classes every Thursday. Please call before you attend.
Parents as Teachers
480-388-3292
http://www.azpartnershipforchildren.org/parentsAsTeachers.htm

Offers free Parent Educator services for families with a child age birth to five. Services include home visits, resource and referral, group meetings (with free childcare), and child screenings.
Raising Special Kids
602-242-4366
www.raisingspecialkids.org

Offers free information, training, resources, and support to families of children (up to age 22) with disabilities and special health care needs. Services include free training workshops, parent-to-parent matching services, and resource/referral information.
Save the Family
480-898-0228 X203
www.savethefamily.org
450 W. 4th Pl.
Mesa, AZ 85021
Provides transitional housing for homeless families with supportive services. Support services include rental subsidy, case management, life skills, outreach services, and more.
Sojourner Center
602-244-0089
http://www.sojournercenter.org/go2/index.php

Offers a 24 hour crisis line to provide information about shelters and safety planning. Offers emergency food, housing, clothing, and other support services for families affected by domestic violence. Offers transitional housing for families leaving shelters. Also provides advocacy services, lay legal advocacy, and family enrichment programs.
Sontarah Life
602-997-2371
http://www.sontarahlife.org/2601/index.html
8900 N. Central Ave #309
Phoenix, AZ 85020
Offers family support and services for families qualifying as low income, those who don't qualify for government assistance, homeless, or divorced or blended families.
Southwest Human Development
602-266-5976
http://www.swhd.org/
2850 N. 24th Street
Phoenix, AZ 85008
Offers a free Birth to Five helpline open Monday through Friday from 8am to 8pm; staffed by RNs and Social Workers. Offers advice and referrals for any questions related to children ages birth to five. Also offers a free Fussy Baby Program to any parent with a child under 1 year of age residing in Maricopa County.
Sunnyslope Family Services Center
602-495-5229
http://phoenix.gov/HUMANSERVICES/famserv.html

Provides a broad range of services to promote self-sufficiency for adults and families. Examples of assistance include budgeting, social and life-skills development, counseling and direct services. Also offers rental and utility assistance in crisis situations. Other emergency services are provided as center resources allow.
Please contact the service providers directly for information about any of the services listed. Contact Southwest Network,
HelpBook@SouthwestNetwork.org, only to report an incorrect listing or to suggest a resource that could be added to the directory. Thank you.

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Sunrise Preschools
480-706-2500
http://www.sunrisepreschools.com/

Offers free interview care for children ages 6 weeks to 12 years old. Childcare is provided for up to 4 hours for interviews only.
The Center for Autism and Related Disorders
602-325-2485
http://phoenix.centerforautism.com
1620 N. 48th St.
Phoenix, AZ 85008
Offers free therapy to Northeast Valley children who have behavior problems. The short-term therapy is for families with children up to age 5 who don't have to have an autism diagnosis to qualify. Families must live in Scottsdale, Paradise Valley, Fountain Hills, Cave Creek, Carefree or on the Fort McDowell Reservation. There are no income restrictions.
The New Song Center for Grieving Children

http://www.hov.org/welcome-new-song-center-grieving-children

When tragedy claims the life of a loved one, families often need help finding a way to heal. The New Song Center for Grieving Children is here to provide nurturing support for grieving children, teens, young adults and their families.
The Wellness Community
602-712-1006
www.twccaz.org
360 E. Palm Ln.
Phoenix, AZ 85004
Provides a wide array of support groups and support services for any individual affected by any type of cancer, including teen and adult survivors, caregivers, families, children, and friends of survivors. Proof of citizenship not required.
Thrive to Five Family Resource Centers

http://thrivetofive.org/?page_id=465
Varied Locations
Varied Locations
Thrive To Five is a project of Commitment to Schools of Tempe and Kyrene and is funded by First Things First to provide family support services to parents and/or caregivers of children aged birth to five years old. Thrive To Five has the goals of promoting understanding of early child development and brain growth and to provide families and caregivers with the knowledge, skills and resources to help children reach their potential and enter school ready to learn. Family Support Services are offered through the Family Resource Centers of the Tempe Elementary and Kyrene School Districts. Parent Liaisons work within the Resource Centers as a direct contact for parents in their community. Thrive To Five services are offered FREE to families and caregivers of children aged birth through five years old.
Touchstone Family Connections
602-316-7134
http://www.touchstonebh.org/
15648 N. 35th Ave., Bldg C, CDJ Training Room
Phoenix, AZ 85053
Offers a family support group on the first Tuesday of each month from 6 pm to 7:30 pm. Offers an educational group on the third Tuesday of each month from 6 pm to 8 pm. Child care is available. Please RSVP before attending.
Travis L. Williams Family Service Center
602-534-4732
www.phoenix.gov
4732 S. Central Ave.
Phoenix, AZ
Provides a broad range of services to promote self-sufficiency for adults and families. Examples of assistance include budgeting, social and life-skills development, counseling and direct services. Also offers rental and utility assistance in crisis situations. Other emergency services are provided as center resources allow.
United Methodist Outreach Ministry
602-275-4533

3320 E. Van Buren St.
Phoenix, AZ
Provides shelter to homeless families (with children) for up to 120 days. Parents must be able to work or go to school full-time. Additional support services available for families residing in the shelter.
Unlimited Potential
602-243-7376
www.upaz.org

Offers literacy and educational programs for Hispanic women and children age 5 and under including a bilingual family literacy program; adult education programs covering self-esteem, literacy, and English; and early childhood programs fostering language and socialization. There is a $150 fee, ($20 returnable at end of course) for the GED course. Also offers bilingual support groups. No proof of citizenship required.
Washington Resource Information Center
602-347-3471
http://www.wesdschools.org/News.aspx?type=viewArticle&article=1364
8033 N 27th Avenue
Phoenix, AZ 85051
With a mission of strengthening families through prevention, intervention and education, the Washington Resource Information Center is open weekdays from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Parents with children under the age of 5, are encouraged to call or come by for information.
WellCare Foundation
602-263-7619
www.wellcarefoundation.org

Provides free, integrated primary healthcare to single working mothers and their children not on state assistance who cannot afford insurance or pay for needed healthcare.
Please contact the service providers directly for information about any of the services listed. Contact Southwest Network,
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Women's Health Coalition of Arizona
602-254-5611 X 108 Phoenix
www.whcofaz.com

Assists women and children in the AHCCCS application process.
Workshops for Youth and Families
480-245-9724
http://www.workshopsaz.org/
8711 E. Pinnacle Peak Rd. Ste. F101 PMB 348
Scottsdale, AZ 85255
Workshop for Youth and Families wants to provide young people with the necessary tools and information to expand social, emotional and life skills; negotiate new and conflicting demands and pressures; build a higher level of interpersonal and leadership behavior; nurture necessary personal strengths and assets for success, and enhance resiliency for a healthy transition through the adolescent years.
Please contact the service providers directly for information about any of the services listed. Contact Southwest Network,
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American Red Cross Grand Canyon Chapter
602-336-6660
www.arizonaredcross.org
6135 N BlackCanyon Hwy.
Phoenix, AZ 85015
Provides relief to victims of disaster as well as helps people prevent, prepare for and respond to emergencies.
Arizona 2-1-1 (Community Information & Referral)
2-1-1
211Arizona.org

Provides information and referrals for various community resources 24 hours a day/7 days a week.
Arizona Community Action Association
602-604-0640
www.azcaa.org
http://www.arizonaselfhelp.org/
Provides information and referrals for community resources, including all Community Action Programs (CAPs). CAPs can provide case management, emergency assistance, food boxes, assistance with rent and utilities, financial assistance, eviction prevention, resources and referrals, and employment assistance. Also offers a web-based program to determine what state paid benefits you may qualify to receive.
Arizona Department of Economic Security
602-542-9935
www.healthearizona.org
https://www.azdes.gov/default.aspx
Offers a Nutritious Assistance Program (formerly Food Stamps) based on income and other eligibility requirements. Ask your doctor to complete form FAA-1249A to provide with your application. A number of other assistance programs are available, including the Arizona Early Intervention Program (birth to 3 years), Child care, and caregiver support resources.
Arizona Saves
jtai@arizonsaves.org
http://arizonasaves.org/

Offers free family financial education workshops and savings resources.
Benefits Checkup

www.benefitscheckup.org

Multiple websites (www.azcaa.org; www.arizonaselfhelp.org) to check eligibility for various federal, state, and local assistance programs.
Cash Assistance Program (DES)
602-542-9935
www.arizonaselfhelp.org

Provides temporary cash benefits and supportive services to the neediest of Arizona’s children and their families.
Chandler Christian Community Center
480-963-1423
http://www.chandlerfoodbank.org/
345 S. California St.
Chandler, AZ
Meets the basic human needs, including emergency food boxes for people in crisis in the Chandler community and works to empower individuals and families by providing programs that develop skills needed for self-sufficiency and long-term change.
Consumer Credit Counseling Service
866-889-9347


Provides fee waivers for free or low cost credit counseling service with various valley locations.
Disability Benefits (SSDI)
800-772-1213
www.ssa.gov/applyfordisability/

Apply for Social Security Disability Insurance benefits to collect cash income due to your disability and inability to work.
Disability Help Center
888-418-8860
www.ssdHelpCenter.org
530 E. McDowell Rd., Unit 107 - 619
Phoenix, AZ 85004
Provides assistance in obtaining Social Security Disability Benefits, and referrals for necessary resources. They assist with the application process, appeals process, or preparing for a hearing before an Administrative Law Judge.
Please contact the service providers directly for information about any of the services listed. Contact Southwest Network,
HelpBook@SouthwestNetwork.org, only to report an incorrect listing or to suggest a resource that could be added to the directory. Thank you.

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Indigent Burial Services (Maricop County Public Fiduciary)
(602) 506-5801
http://www.maricopa.gov/PubFid/CIB.aspx

The Indigent Burial Program assists in determining the proper final arrangements for decedents when there is lack of family involvement and/or income and resources are limited. Both the deceased, and the next of kin must financially qualify.
My Family Benefits

https://egov.azdes.gov/dbme/faa/myFamilyBenefits/authorization/login.aspx

An online system that offers Arizona families an easy and secure way to access information about Food Stamps, Cash Assistance, and Medical Assistance benefits.
National Energy Assistance Referral Project
866-674-6327
https://www.azdes.gov/intranet.aspx?menu=34&id=2328
1789 W. Jefferson
Phoenix, AZ 85007
Energy assistance programs, coordinated among federal and state governments and utility companies, are available to help low-income households meet their energy needs. The Community Services Unit (CSU) subcontracts with community agencies to administer the Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) and the Utility Repair, Replacement and Deposit Program (URRD). These programs assist with utility deposits and bill payments, conduct home weatherization, and repair or replace certain appliances.
Neighborhood Housing Services of Phoenix
602-258-1659
www.nhsphoenix.org

Provides down payment assistance, homebuyer education, housing counseling, refinance lending, and other referral/informational services to individuals looking to buy their first home and making less than 120% of the federal poverty level.
Save my Home AZ
savemyhome@azhousing.gov
https://www.savemyhomeaz.gov/index.html

Offers two foreclosure prevention programs - Unemployed Payment Assistance Program and Pricipal Reduction Program - to assist unemployed and underemployed Arizona homeowners. Must meet certain requirements.
Short Term Crisis Support (DES)
602-262-4520
www.azdes.gov

Provides temporary assistance to low income households experiencing an emergency situation.
Social Security and Disability Resource Center

http://www.ssdrc.com/

Provides information on the federal disability benefit programs, SSD (social security disability, mandated under title II of the social security act) and SSI (supplemental security income, mandated under title 16), in addition to answering questions about social security retirement benefits and providing resource links on topics such as medicare. The SSDRC is published, edited, and maintained by Tim Moore, a former disability claims examiner for the social security administration's disability determination services (DDS), as well as a former caseworker with a background in many federal assistance programs, including medicaid for disabled adults.
Supplemental Security Income (SSI)
800-722-1213
www.ssa.gov

Apply for SSI cash benefits by calling or going to a local Social Security Administration office.
The Dolores Ann Legault Foundation
480-242-0038
http://www.thedoloresannlegaultfoundation.org/

Provides financial assistance to families with funeral and burial costs after the loss of a child 19 years or younger, by homicide or tragic accident.
WIC
800-252-5942
www.azwic.gov

Monthly supplement of food from the basic food groups for nutritionally at risk pregnant women, women who recently gave birth, infants, and children.
Please contact the service providers directly for information about any of the services listed. Contact Southwest Network,
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ARCH
602-230-2226
www.archaz.org/sp_menu.htm
1550 W. Colter St.
Phoenix, AZ 85015
Arizona Recreation Center for the Handicapped – Provides free therapeutic recreation activities, education and wellness programs, socialization opportunities, and basic living skills for individuals with physical or mental handicaps.
Arizona 2-1-1 (Community Information & Referral)
2-1-1
211Arizona.org

Provides information and referrals for various community resources 24 hours a day/7 days a week.
Glendale Adult Center
623-930-4323
http://www.glendaleaz.com/adultcenter/index.cfm

Offers a wide range of low cost ($2-$10) educational, recreational, and healthy living classes, groups, and activities. Also offers a daily hot lunch for $2.50 or $3.50.
YMCA
602-404-9622
www.valleyymca.org

Provides free health assessments, fitness classes, child care while working out, and senior programs with a membership. Also offers reduced fee children’s programming. Rates start around $40/month, with some sliding scale options for income limited individuals/families.
Please contact the service providers directly for information about any of the services listed. Contact Southwest Network,
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Agua Fria Food & Clothing Bank
623-932-9135
www.azfoodbanks.org
405 E. Harrison Dr.
Avondale, AZ 85323
Free food and clothing resource open from 8:30 am – 2 pm Monday through Thursday, and 8:30 am – 12:30 pm on Friday. No proof of citizenship required.
Andre House
602-255-0580
www.andrehouse.org
213 S. 11th Ave.
Phoenix, AZ 85007
Offers transitional housing for men and women; call 602-252-9023 between 10:15am and 12pm on Tuesday or Wednesday, or between 8am and 9:30am on Saturday to schedule an interview. Offers a nightly meal Saturday through Thursday between 5:30pm and 6:30pm. Offers a clothing closet for adult clothes on Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday at 10am, and on Saturday at 1pm. Offers showers at 1pm Monday through Thursday, and at 12:30pm on Saturday. Offers free laundry services on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday. Drop off one load at 10am on Monday, Tuesday or Thursday, and at 1pm on Saturday. Clothing will be washed, dried, and folded, and ready for pick up in the afternoon. Also offers locker rentals for $10 key deposit and $2/month; office is open Monday through Thursday from 3:30pm to 4:30pm. Proof of citizenship not required, but ID required for some services.
Arizona 2-1-1 (Community Information & Referral)
2-1-1
211Arizona.org

Provides information and referrals for various community resources 24 hours a day/7 days a week.
Arizona Community Action Association
602-604-0640
www.azcaa.org
http://www.arizonaselfhelp.org/
Provides information and referrals for community resources, including all Community Action Programs (CAPs). CAPs can provide case management, emergency assistance, food boxes, assistance with rent and utilities, financial assistance, eviction prevention, resources and referrals, and employment assistance. Also offers a web-based program to determine what state paid benefits you may qualify to receive.
Arizona Food Banks
800-445-1914
www.azfoodbanks.org

Provides free resources for securing free food. Assists with locating local food banks. Verification of citizenship not required.
Bountiful Baskets

www.bountifulbaskets.org

Purchase a 50% fruit and 50% vegetable box for $15, or an organic box for $25. Additional boxes available (Mexican, tortillas, or bread). Must order online.
CARE Partnership
480-833-8987
http://carepartnership.org/index.php
466 South Bellview Street
Mesa, AZ 85204
Provides a variety of free community programs including uninsured health and dental care, youth programs, education programs, food bank, community revitalization, community gatherings, and English as a Second Language classes on Saturdays at 10:30 for $5/registration fee. ESL classes are designed for Spanish speaking population. No proof of citizenship required.
Casa De Amor Computer Technology Center
480-464-2877


Free computer classes in basic keyboarding, mouse skills, word processing, and how to use the internet to find a job. Also offers free food and clothing.
Chandler Christian Community Center
480-963-1423
http://www.chandlerfoodbank.org/
345 S. California St.
Chandler, AZ
Meets the basic human needs, including emergency food boxes for people in crisis in the Chandler community and works to empower individuals and families by providing programs that develop skills needed for self-sufficiency and long-term change.
Chandler Community Action
480-963-4321

650 N. Arizona Ave.
Chandler, AZ 85225
Offers clothing and food box referrals for walk-ins Monday through Thursday from 8am - 10:30am. Offers assistance with utilities and past due rent; must come in and fill out an application Monday through Thursday 8am - 5pm. Verification of citizenship not required. Closed Friday.
Concerned Citizens for Community Health
480-312-2323

7700 E. Roosevelt
Scottsdale, AZ
Offers vouchers for clothing, and an onsite food bank. Must make an appointment. Proof of citizenship required.
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Farmer's Market Distribution


2737 W. Southern Ave., #8
Tempe, AZ 85282
Free fruits and vegetables available to the general public. No identification or qualifiers. Available the first Saturday of every month from 9am – 11am. Must bring your own bag or box.
Feeding America
800-771-2303
http://feedingamerica.org/

Offers an online portal to find local food banks. Provides statistics on services provided at each food bank, local contact information, and a link to volunteer for each food bank.
Food Value Club
602-415-5474
www.firstfoodbank.org

Purchase food boxes (pantry and perishable items) at a 30-50% discount off retail price. No income or identification requirements.
Foothills Food Bank & Resource Center
480-488-1145
www.foothillsfoodbank.com
6920 E. Cave Creek Rd.
Cave Creek, AZ 85331
Provides emergency food boxes and financial assistance for those in need living in specific zip codes in the North Valley. Proof of citizenship not required.
Herbert K Cummings Community Center
623-772-2760


Provides family activities, including back to school clothing for children, household items, supplemental canned food, domestic violence assistance, and referrals for counseling. Also offers ESOL and literacy classes. Proof of citizenship not required.
Interfatith Cooperative Ministries
602-254-7450
www.icmaz.org
501 S. 9th Ave.
Phoenix, AZ
Offers a food and clothing bank. Open Monday through Saturday from 9am to 11am. Must bring photo ID and proof of address. Also offers a free monthly health clinic - call for details.
John C. Lincoln Health Network Desert Mission
602-331-5792
http://www.jcl.com/content/desertmission/default.htm
9201 N. 5th St.
Phoenix, AZ 85020
Provides a Children’s Learning Center (ages 6 weeks to 12 years) and Adult Day Care Center (over 50) with limited sliding scale fee options. Will work with individuals and families to determine eligibility for other programs that may pay for services. Offers emergency food boxes (6 per calendar year) to individuals and families in need in their service area. Also offers a Food Pantry for low cost perishable and non-perishable groceries for individuals and families in their service area. Offers a dental clinic for uninsured children on a sliding scale fee schedule. Offers a medical clinic for uninsured families and individuals on a sliding scale fee schedule. The Behavioral Health clinic offers limited sliding scale fee options. Offers free homebuyer education classes to anyone, as well as additional independent housing assistance programs for qualifying individuals. No proof of citizenship required for any of the programs.
Market on the Move
(623) 374-2559
https://the3000club.org/
Location Varies
Market On The Move provides a farmers’ market atmosphere at various locations throughout Metro Phoenix and Tucson areas where partners and supporters of this program can come on a regular basis and make their $10 donation to receive up to 60 lbs. of fresh produce.
National Hunger Hotline and Summer Food Service Program (SFSP)
1-866-3-HUNGRY
http://www.whyhunger.org/findfood

The Summer Food Service Program (SFSP) was established to ensure that low-income children continue to receive nutritious meals when school is not in session. Free meals, that meet Federal nutrition guidelines, are provided to all children 18 years old and under at approved SFSP sites in areas with significant concentrations of low-income children.
Phoenix Rescue Mission
602-233-3000
Phoenixrescuemission.org

Offers three free meals a day (7am, 12pm, 5pm) for anyone, and shelter services for adult men. Offers daily showers for men, women, and children, spiritual support, e-mail, and voicemail services. Phoenix Rescue Mission is also a safe day labor pick up station. Must show proof of residence and identity. Proof of citizenship not required. Also offers a substance abuse program for adult men.
South Phoenix Healthy Start and St. Mary's Food Bank Alliance


2737 W. Southern Avenue, #8
Tempe, AZ
Free food provided to the public on the 1st Saturday of every month. No identification required, and no eligibility criteria. Please bring your own box or bag.
Please contact the service providers directly for information about any of the services listed. Contact Southwest Network,
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St. Mary's Foodbank Alliance
602 242-3663
http://www.firstfoodbank.org/

Provides food to those who need it through the valley food banks. Also offers additional assistance on budgeting and other financial resources available in the community. Verification of citizenship not required.
The Cultural Cup
602-266-8370
www.culturalcup.com
537 E. Osborn Road
Phoenix, AZ 85012
Provides free canned food on the third Wednesday of every month from 11:30am - 2pm, and a free mobile pantry on the third Saturday of every month at 8am. Bring your own bag or box. Also offers food boxes, and diabetic food boxes. Provides a free medical clinic for those without insurance every Saturday from 10am - 2pm (no pain medications or OB/GYN). No proof of citizenship required, must bring ID of some kind.
The Salvation Army
602-267-4122
www.salvationarmyusa.org

Provides assistance with food, rent payments, utility payments, transportation costs, prescription costs, hygiene supplies, counseling, clothing, and other emergency assistance for individuals and families in need. Programs located throughout the valley.
Trinity Broadcasting Network of Arizona
602-273-1479


Provides food boxes Monday through Thursday from 1pm - 3pm. Must make an appointment and have photo ID. No proof of citizenship required. Closed until November 22, 2010.
Valley Christian Center
602-258-5163

1326 W. Hadley St.
Phoenix, AZ 85007
Offers food boxes on Wednesdays from 9am to 1pm to individuals with valid ID that live in the zip codes of 85004, 85006, 85007, 85009, 85034, 85040, and 85041.
Please contact the service providers directly for information about any of the services listed. Contact Southwest Network,
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Arizona 2-1-1 (Community Information & Referral)
2-1-1
211Arizona.org

Provides information and referrals for various community resources 24 hours a day/7 days a week.
Arizona Department of Economic Security
602-542-9935
www.healthearizona.org
https://www.azdes.gov/default.aspx
Offers a Nutritious Assistance Program (formerly Food Stamps) based on income and other eligibility requirements. Ask your doctor to complete form FAA-1249A to provide with your application. A number of other assistance programs are available, including the Arizona Early Intervention Program (birth to 3 years), Child care, and caregiver support resources.
Arizona Famers Market Nutrition Program
800-252-5942
www.foodconnect.org/programs/nutrition.asp

Provides $30 vouchers to allow participants to purchase fresh fruits and vegetables at approved farmers markets. Must be eligible for WIC or the Commodity Program through Arizona Department of Health Services.
Benefits Checkup

www.benefitscheckup.org

Multiple websites (www.azcaa.org; www.arizonaselfhelp.org) to check eligibility for various federal, state, and local assistance programs.
Commodity Supplemental Food Program
800-252-5942
www.fns.usda.gov

Provides a monthly package of supplemental food for pregnant women, recent mothers, and children up to 6 years of age, or to adults over 60.
My Family Benefits

https://egov.azdes.gov/dbme/faa/myFamilyBenefits/authorization/login.aspx

An online system that offers Arizona families an easy and secure way to access information about Food Stamps, Cash Assistance, and Medical Assistance benefits.
WIC
800-252-5942
www.azwic.gov

Monthly supplement of food from the basic food groups for nutritionally at risk pregnant women, women who recently gave birth, infants, and children.
Please contact the service providers directly for information about any of the services listed. Contact Southwest Network,
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Arizona 2-1-1 (Community Information & Referral)
2-1-1
211Arizona.org

Provides information and referrals for various community resources 24 hours a day/7 days a week.
Arizona Call-A-Teen Adult Education
602-252-6721 x201
www.azcallateen.k12.az.us
649 N. 6th Ave.
Phoenix, AZ 85003
Provides free GED prep classes for young adults up to age 21. Call for an orientation date. Also offers distance GED prep classes online for adults of any age.
Arizona Department of Education
602-542-4361
http://www.azed.gov/
www.ade.az.gov/ADULT-ED
Provides information on available Maricopa County GED and Adult Education classes, and GED testing centers. Also provides information on Arizona Language Acquisition for Adults classes by county.
Buckeye Outreach for Social Services (BOSS)
623-386-6365


Offers jobs to underemployed and unemployed individuals, job and life training, computer training, after school programs, GED classes and testing, free diaper and clothing bank, free 90-day medical equipment lending for youth and adult, drug and alcohol classes, parenting and youth counseling. In addition, it offers community garden with gardening beds (4 x 10) available for rent at $50/year.
Chicanos por la Causa
602-253-0838
www.cplc.org

Offers free computer training, employment assistance, job skills workshops, GED classes, housing repair program, some utility assistance, and safe, affordable housing options.
Frank X. Gordon Adult Education
602-372-5769

6655 W. Glendale Ave, #105
Glendale, AZ
Offers free GED preparation classes. Registration for classes is held on Mondays from 1:30-5:30 pm. Must bring a government issued ID and a pencil. The GED test is offered once a month for $75.
Friendly House
602-416-7219
www.friendlyhouse.org

Provides free GED preparation classes, citizenship classes, literacy classes, health and financial literacy classes, and ESOL classes. Orientations are held once every three months. Must bring ID and proof of legal residency.
Gilbert Adult Learning Program
480-497-3481

775 North Greenfield Road
Gilbert, AZ 85234-5030
Offers free self-paced GED preparation classes on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 10am to 1pm, and on Mondays and Wednesdays from 6pm to 9pm. Participants can start at anytime by arriving at the beginning of a class time. ID required, but proof of citizenship not required.
Herbert K Cummings Community Center
623-772-2760


Provides family activities, including back to school clothing for children, household items, supplemental canned food, domestic violence assistance, and referrals for counseling. Also offers ESOL and literacy classes. Proof of citizenship not required.
Lighthouse Women's Resource Center
480-733-7348
www.wopim.org
460 S. Country Club Dr.
Mesa, AZ 85210
Strengthen women by providing a network of adequate resources and special programs. Services include: Career Empowerment Center, Daycare, Library, Community Resource Assistance, Computer Skills classes, GED classes, mentoring, legal consultant, and Abundant Life classes. Also seeking volunteers.
Literacy Volunteers of Maricopa County
602-274-3430
www.literacyvolunteers-maricopa.org
1500 E. Thomas Rd.
Phoenix, AZ 85014
Offers Adult Basic Education and GED preparation classes. Registration is limited to the first 50 people to attend the orientation. See website or call for orientation information. Also provides computer assisted instruction in basic reading, GED, and ESOL. Call for orientation times. All services require a $25 fee. Proof of legal residency required.
Please contact the service providers directly for information about any of the services listed. Contact Southwest Network,
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Mesa USD Adult Education
480-472-7259
www.mpsaz.org/commed/adult_ed

Offers GED preparation classes for $20 - $40 depending on household income. Registration is limited to the first 50 people who arrive for an orientation and qualify based on a placement test. Call or go online for orientation information. Also offers English language classes and family literacy classes. Proof of legal residency required.
Phoenix Indian Center
602-264-6768 X2312
www.phxindcenter.org
4520 N. Central Ave.
Phoenix, AZ
Offers GED preparation classes on a first come-first served basis. Must attend a 2 day intake and orientation (offered every 3 months). Free childcare offered. Must have 2 forms of ID. Also offers free workforce development services for members of a Federally recognized tribe.
Phoenix Job Corps
800-733-5627
http://phoenix.jobcorps.gov/Home.aspx

Offers free hands-on training in America's fastest growing careers. Also offers high school degree or GED coursework. Must meet income requirements and be between the ages of 16 and 24.
Queen Creek USD Family Resource Center
480-987-5988
www.qcusd.org

Offers free Adult Education and ESOL. Also offers referrals to other community resources. Call for registration details.
Rio Salado College Adult Education
480-517-8110
www.riosalado.edu/abe

Offers free self-paced GED preparation and ESOL classes. Must provide proof of legal residency. Call for registration information.
Tempe Adult Education Program
480-839-0292 X3097

500 W. Guadalupe Rd.
Tempe, AZ
Offers Adult Education, GED preparation classes, and ESOL classes for $20 - $50 (depending on household income). Call for registration information.
Wesley Community Center
623-849-1676
www.wesleycenterphx.org
1300 S. 10th St.
Phoenix, AZ 85034
Offers classes for pre-GED, ESOL (English for Speakers of Other Languages), English Language Acquisition for Adults, and conversational Spanish. Also offers computer literacy classes and computer instruction classes. Childcare is provided.
Please contact the service providers directly for information about any of the services listed. Contact Southwest Network,
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Arizona Firearm Injury Prevention Coalition
480-946-1971
www.afipc.org
PO Box 1809
Phoenix, AZ 85001
Arizona Firearm Prevention Coalition is a non-profit corporation dedicatedto the prevention of firearm injuries, including homicides, suicides, and accidents in children and young people.
Banner Children's Asthma Support Group
480-412-7902

Carden Children's Medical Center
The entire family & caregivers of the child with asthma is invited to attend with the child with asthma to learn how to control their asthma, so asthma does not control them. To sign up for future flyers by email or to learn more: please call Kimberly Reiners, Pediatric Asthma Educator for Cardon Children's Medical Center at 480-412-7902 or email: AZPedsAsthmaSupport@bannerhealth.com
Banner Health School-Based Health Services
480-412-6344
http://www.bannerhealth.com/Services/Pediatrics/School+Based+Centers/_Outreach.htm?rd=schoolclinics
Multiple Locations -Check the website for moreinformation
Banner’s goal is to keep your child healthy, and limit his/her number of absentee days from school. This service is efficient, cost effective, and easily accessible through your school nurse. Our health clinics are located at several schools around the Valley. Students do not need to attend these schools in order to receive care. Please call (480) 412-6344 to find the clinic closest to you.
Florence Crittenton
602-274-7549
www.flocrit.org
715 West Mariposa Street
Phoenix, AZ 85013
Florence Crittenton is a community based services program that is designed to support teens and youth so they can discover their self-worth and reach a higher level of independence.
Health Initiative Resources (DBHS)

http://www.azdhs.gov/bhs/qhi/qhiarchive.htm

The Division of Behavioral Health Services maintains an archive of health issues, information, materials and other resources specifically designed to help people struggling with mental health issues.
Live More Abundantly, Inc.
(602) 488-1731
http://www.livemoreabundantly.org/

Phoenix,AZ
Life-Coaching draws inspiration from various disciplines including, but not limited to sociology, psychology, health and wellness, and theology to help individuals develop the tools to permanently improve their lives.
Market on the Move
(623) 374-2559
https://the3000club.org/
Location Varies
Market On The Move provides a farmers’ market atmosphere at various locations throughout Metro Phoenix and Tucson areas where partners and supporters of this program can come on a regular basis and make their $10 donation to receive up to 60 lbs. of fresh produce.
NP Care Program
602-496-0721
http://nursingandhealth.asu.edu/nmhc/npcare-program.htm
500 N. 3rd Street NHI 1 Building, Suite 155
Phoenix, AZ 85004
For ASU employees and members of the public who do not have health insurance. The NP Care program is offered at the NP Healthcare-Downtown Phoenix clinic.
Safety, Nutrition, Activity and Care for Kids (SNACK)
602-506-6850
http://www.maricopa.gov/publichealth/programs/snack/default.aspx
4041 N. Central Ave., Suite 700
Phoenix, AZ 85012
SNACK works in the Northwest and Southwest Valley communities to make kids safer, healthier and happier. We are an enthusiastic team of Health Educators, Dietitians, Car Seat Specialists and a Resource Coordinator that are here to help you, your child and your child care center or preschool.
The Mesothelioma Clinic
877-732-8761 877-732-8761 877-732-8761
http://www.mesotheliomaclinic.org/

The Mesothelioma Clinic is public service geared towards helping victims and their families find treatment, doctors and cancer clinics.
Please contact the service providers directly for information about any of the services listed. Contact Southwest Network,
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Arizona 2-1-1 (Community Information & Referral)
2-1-1
211Arizona.org

Provides information and referrals for various community resources 24 hours a day/7 days a week.
Arizona State Braille & Talking Book Library
602-255-5578
http://www.lib.az.us/braille

Provides books, magazines and other library resources in alternate formats for all Arizona residents whose visual or physical disabilities prevent the use of conventional print materials. Also offers information about resources and activities around the valley for the visually and hearing impaired.
ASU Speech and Hearing Clinic
480-965-2373
http://shs.asu.edu/clinics

Provides speech and hearing servcies to the general public at competitive rates. Sliding scale available for those who qualify.
Chandler Care Center
480-728-3798

777 E. Galveston Road
Chandler, AZ 8524
Provides free vision and hearing screenings for children on Tuesdays and Fridays from 9am - 12pm (starting May 10, 2011).
Community Hearing Aid Program (CHAP)
623-748-8814
www.communityhearingaidprogram.org

Provides hearing aids to those in Arizona who have low income (200% FPL) and a documented hearing loss. Must be a legal resident of Arizona.
HEAR For Kids
602-690-3975
www.earfoundationaz.com

Provides financial assistance with obtaining hearing aids for children who do not qualify for AHCCCS. Also offers loaner hearing aids while awaiting permenant devices.
Hear Now (Starkey Foundation)
866-354-3254
http://www.starkeyhearingfoundation.org/hear-now.php

Provides hearing aids to individuals permanently residing the in the U.S. who are deaf or hard of hearing and have no other resources to acquire the devices.
Lions Sight and Hearing Foundation
602-954-1723
http://www.lions-sight-and-hearing-foundation.org/

Provides assistance with eye glasses, eye surgery, and hearing aids. Glasses and hearing aids provided for a sliding scale fee based on qualifications; recipient is responsible for eyeglass prescription or hearing test. Currently, there is a 4-5 month wait list for hearing assistance.
Miracle Ear
800-234-5422
www.miracle-ear.com

Provides assistance with hearing aids for children under the age of 16 with parent(s) who make less than $50,000/year.  Child must live in the US, fill out an application, and have a current audiogram.
Please contact the service providers directly for information about any of the services listed. Contact Southwest Network,
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Agape Food Network
602-234-6143
www.agapenetwork1.org

Provides emergency and bi-monthly food boxes to individuals living with HIV/AIDS.
Aid to Women Center
480-966-1902
http://aidtowomencenter.org/
2039 S. Mill Ave.
Tempe, AZ 85282
Provides free pregnancy tests, and an array of low cost pregnancy and prenatal services. They also offer education and support for women and families experiencing unplanned pregnancy, education on abortion procedures and risks, adoption awareness, STD and abstinence education, post abortion support and healing, medical assessment, medical services and referrals.
AIDS Drug Assistance Program (ADAP)

http://www.azdhs.gov/phs/hiv/adap/index.htm

Offers assistance to low-income individuals living with HIV who have limited or no insurance coverage in order to have access to medications. Co-pay assistance is available to those who have private insurance, Medicare, Employer based insurance, or insurance through the Federally Facilitated Marketplace (FFM).
AIDS Hotline (California)
415-863-2437


Provides information on AIDS Monday through Friday from 9am-5pm (Pacific Time).
AIDS Info
800-448-0440


Provides information on AIDS Monday through Friday from 12p-5p (EST).
American Social Health Administration
919-361-8488
www.ashastd.org

Source of information on sexual health and sexually transmitted infections.
Arizona 2-1-1 (Community Information & Referral)
2-1-1
211Arizona.org

Provides information and referrals for various community resources 24 hours a day/7 days a week.
Care Directions
602-264-2273
www.caredirections.org

Provides one-on-one assistance to individuals living with HIV, to connect them with necessary community services.
Center for Disease Control
800-232-4636
www.cdc.gov

Offers a 24 hour information line that provides information about STDs/AIDs, and offers locations for testing centers. Also offers information on all other diseases.
Compassion in Action
480-220-0602
www.compassioninaction.net

Provides food boxes, spiritual support, counseling, home or phone visitation, practical help around the house, and monthly support meeting for individuals living with HIV/AIDS.
Joshua Tree Feeding Program
602-264-0223
www.joshuatreefeedingprograminc.org
1601 W. Indian School Rd.
Phoenix, AZ 85015
Offers a weekly hot lunch, supplemental groceries, and bi-monthly food boxes to individuals living with HIV/AIDS.
Please contact the service providers directly for information about any of the services listed. Contact Southwest Network,
HelpBook@SouthwestNetwork.org, only to report an incorrect listing or to suggest a resource that could be added to the directory. Thank you.

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Maricopa County Public Health
602-506-1678 STD testing
www.maricopa.gov
1645 E. Roosevelt
Phoenix, AZ
Offers STD testing and treatment for $20, as well as HIV counseling and testing at a walk in clinic. Free testing offered the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of each month from 5pm - 6:30pm, as well as at other sponsored events that can be found on the website.
McDowell Healthcare Center
602-506-6550
www.mihs.org
1144 E. McDowell Rd.
Phoenix, AZ 85006
Provides primary medical care, dental care, HIV testing and counseling, behavioral healthcare , and clinical trial research on a sliding scale fee schedule for individuals with HIV/AIDS.
NP Care Family Planning Clinic
602-523-9275

500 N. 3rd Street
Phoenix, AZ
Offers pap smears and some STD testing, as well as birth control on a sliding scale fee schedule (dependent on income and number of people living in the home). No proof of citizenship required.
Phoenix Shanti Group
602-279-0008
www.shantiaz.org
2345 W. Glendale Ave.
Phoenix, AZ 85021
Provides housing, education, and direct client services to individuals, families, and loved ones infected with and affected by HIV/AIDS.
Refugee Health
602-506-6650
http://www.maricopa.gov/PublicHealth/Services/Refugee/default.aspx
1645 E. Roosevelt St.
Phoenix, AZ 85006
Offers refugees health screenings and testing for communicable illness and conditions, including tuberculosis and HIV . Copies of medical records may also be requested.
Southwest Center for HIV/AIDS
602-307-5330
www.swhiv.org
1144 E. McDowell Rd.
Phoenix, AZ 85006
Offers wellness, behavioral health, education, and clinical trials designed to help people live long and well with HIV. They also offer free, rapid HIV antibody counseling and testing every weekday.
STD Testing and Treatment

http://www.maricopa.gov/publichealth/services/std/default.aspx
1645 E. Roosevelt St.
Phoenix, AZ 85006
Offers STD testing, information, and resources. No appointment necessary. Please register before 3:00 p.m.
Terros
602-685-6086
www.terros.org

Offers free HIV and Syphilis testing Monday through Friday from 9am to 4:30pm.
Please contact the service providers directly for information about any of the services listed. Contact Southwest Network,
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American Red Cross Grand Canyon Chapter
602-336-6660
www.arizonaredcross.org
6135 N BlackCanyon Hwy.
Phoenix, AZ 85015
Provides relief to victims of disaster as well as helps people prevent, prepare for and respond to emergencies.
Andre House
602-255-0580
www.andrehouse.org
213 S. 11th Ave.
Phoenix, AZ 85007
Offers transitional housing for men and women; call 602-252-9023 between 10:15am and 12pm on Tuesday or Wednesday, or between 8am and 9:30am on Saturday to schedule an interview. Offers a nightly meal Saturday through Thursday between 5:30pm and 6:30pm. Offers a clothing closet for adult clothes on Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday at 10am, and on Saturday at 1pm. Offers showers at 1pm Monday through Thursday, and at 12:30pm on Saturday. Offers free laundry services on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday. Drop off one load at 10am on Monday, Tuesday or Thursday, and at 1pm on Saturday. Clothing will be washed, dried, and folded, and ready for pick up in the afternoon. Also offers locker rentals for $10 key deposit and $2/month; office is open Monday through Thursday from 3:30pm to 4:30pm. Proof of citizenship not required, but ID required for some services.
Arizona 2-1-1

http://cir.org/

Community Information and Referral Services serves as Arizona’s key source of integrated information that brings people and services together to meet vital needs. It is our vision that all Arizonans are easily connected to available health and human services in their communities.
Arizona 2-1-1 (Community Information & Referral)
2-1-1
211Arizona.org

Provides information and referrals for various community resources 24 hours a day/7 days a week.
Arizona Department of Housing
602-771-1000
http://www.housingaz.com/

Arizona's state housing agency provides information on apartment rentals, emergency repair and housing rehabilitation, eviction or forclosure assistance, fair housing laws, homeownership assistance, and section 8 housing. Also, offers unemployment, underemployment and reinstatement mortgage payment assistance as well as short sale assistance in addition to principal reduction assistance to qualified Arizona homeowners.
Center for Hope
480-461-1711
www.communitybridges.org

Provides residential and comprehensive support services for homeless pregnant women dealing with substance abuse issues, including counseling, parenting classes, health classes, and more.
Central Arizona Shelter Services
602-256-6945 x3059
www.cass-az.org
230 S. 12th St.
Phoenix, AZ 85007
Provides shelter and support services to homeless adults and families. Services include showers, food, clothing, hygiene items, and case management. They also house a medical and dental facility, as well as offer employment services.
Chandler Christian Community Center
480-963-1423
http://www.chandlerfoodbank.org/
345 S. California St.
Chandler, AZ
Meets the basic human needs, including emergency food boxes for people in crisis in the Chandler community and works to empower individuals and families by providing programs that develop skills needed for self-sufficiency and long-term change.
Church on the Street
602-257-8918
www.cotsphoenix.com

Offers services for the homeless, including transitional housing.
Circle the City
602-776-9000
http://www.circlethecity.org/contact
333 W. Indian School Road
Phoenix, AZ 85013
Everyone needs a place to heal. Circle the City embraces people experiencing homelessness with compassionate medical care and meaningful human services as they journey toward healthy, independent living. For those in our community experiencing illness and homelessness, there will always be a place to heal, recover and realize a better life.
City of Phoenix
602-262-4422
www.phoenix.gov/housing

Offers low rent public housing, scattered sites home ownership, the affordable housing program, and senior and disabled housing programs for income eligible individuals and families. Applications required, and most programs have a wait list. Additional voucher programs offered in conjunction with CASS, Native American Connections, the VA, CPS, Care Directions, Watkins shelter, and Magellan.
Please contact the service providers directly for information about any of the services listed. Contact Southwest Network,
HelpBook@SouthwestNetwork.org, only to report an incorrect listing or to suggest a resource that could be added to the directory. Thank you.

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Community Care Emergency Shelter
623-755-2284


Provides free emergency shelter to women and children, including meals and supportive services, with the ultimate goal of independent living. Community Care also has transitional and permanent housing available for families, with case management support in each level. Credit history and application fee waiver available.
Community Voicemail
602-263-8845 X108
www.cvm.org

Provides a free local number to set up and check voicemail.  No eligibility or restrictions.
CONTACTS Shelter Hotline
602-263-8900


Shelter referrals 24 hours a day/7 days a week.
Family Promise
480-659-5227
www.familypromiseaz.org

Designed to meet the needs of homeless families in the Phoenix area, providing shelter, meals, educational services, and social support.
Health Care for the Homeless
602-372-2100
www.maricopa.gov
220 S. 12th Ave.
Phoenix, AZ
Free health care for homeless individuals on a walk in basis. Proof of citizenship not required. Offers referrals to Circle the City for assistance with Specialty Health Care, Vision Services, Specialized Mental Health Counseling, Housing Assistance, and General Assistance for the homeless as needed.
I-Help
480-350-5893


Provides lodging, comfort, hope, and opportunity to homeless people in Tempe. Obtain a referral from CONTACTS.
Lodestar Day Resource Center
602-393-9930
www.lodestardrc.org
1125 W. Jackson St.
Phoenix, AZ 85007
Provides assistance with housing, obtaining identification, job search, locating health care, food, and counseling services for the homeless. Also manages a mailbox for individuals experiencing homelessness.
Ozanam Manor
602-850-6900


Provides transitional shelter for homeless men and women over 50 years of age, or over 18 with a disability. Program fees are 30% of income (if applicable). 10 pm curfew Monday through Friday, 11 pm on Saturday. Usually has a waitlist.
Phoenix Rescue Mission
602-233-3000
Phoenixrescuemission.org

Offers three free meals a day (7am, 12pm, 5pm) for anyone, and shelter services for adult men. Offers daily showers for men, women, and children, spiritual support, e-mail, and voicemail services. Phoenix Rescue Mission is also a safe day labor pick up station. Must show proof of residence and identity. Proof of citizenship not required. Also offers a substance abuse program for adult men.
Salvation Army
602-267-4122
www.tsasw.org

Offers utility assistance for individuals and families experiencing a crisis. Also offers homeless outreach services, including assistance finding shelter or transitional housing. Also offers a yearly Christmas Angel Program.
Save the Family
480-898-0228 X203
www.savethefamily.org
450 W. 4th Pl.
Mesa, AZ 85021
Provides transitional housing for homeless families with supportive services. Support services include rental subsidy, case management, life skills, outreach services, and more.
Please contact the service providers directly for information about any of the services listed. Contact Southwest Network,
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ResourceDescription
St. Joseph the Worker
602-417-9854
www.stjwjobs.org
1125 W. Jackson St.
Phoenix, AZ 85007
Offers support to homeless, low-income, or other disadvantaged individuals in their efforts to become self-sufficient through permanent, full-time employment. Facility offers computer access, work clothing, resume assistance, bus tickets for interviews and work, and various job and life skills related courses. Also offers some professional clothing and housing/utility assistance.
TES
602-252-8405


Full service employment agency for homeless individuals.
U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development
602-379-7100
www.hud.gov

Offers information and referral assistance on homebuying, avoiding forclosure, rental assistance, fair housing laws, and subsidized housing options. Also, offers assistance locating affordable housing in your area.
Urban Outreach
480-967-3376
urbanoutreachaz.org
215 E. University Dr.
Tempe, AZ 85281
Facilitates and provides vital support services which address the basic needs of homeless individuals including food, shelter, showers, medical, mental and spiritual health, along with coordination of care with other local organizations.
Please contact the service providers directly for information about any of the services listed. Contact Southwest Network,
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ResourceDescription
Treatment Advocacy Center
703-294-6001
http://www.treatmentadvocacycenter.org

Offers information and statistics about the Arizona Civil Commitment process, as well as links to legal forms.
Please contact the service providers directly for information about any of the services listed. Contact Southwest Network,
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ResourceDescription
Arizona 2-1-1 (Community Information & Referral)
2-1-1
211Arizona.org

Provides information and referrals for various community resources 24 hours a day/7 days a week.
Aurora Behavioral Health
623-344-4444
www.aurorabehavioral.com
6015 W. Peoria Ave.
Glendale
Offers a variety of behavioral health and chemical dependency services, including inpatient, outpatient, and partial hospitalization programs.
Banner Behavioral Health
602-254-4357
www.bannerhealth.com

Offers inpatient and outpatient substance abuse and mental health services, and offers both a Basic Financial Assistance Program and an Enhanced Financial Assistance Program (4-6 week wait list). No proof of citizenship required. Also provides access to all Banner facilities to determine inpatient bed availability. Also offers free support groups on a wide range of topics.
Maricopa CRISIS Line
602-222-9444
www.maricopacrn.org

Offers 24 hours a day/7 days a week emergency crisis intervention response for behavioral health crisis situations.
St. Luke's Medical Center
602-251-8535
www.stlukesmedcenter.com
1800 East Van Buren St.
Phoenix, AZ
Provides private hospitalization services for mental health and substance abuse issues. Also offers a variety of private pay/private insurance outpatient services.
Valley Hospital
602-952-3939 (intake)
http://www.valleyhospital-phoenix.com/
3550 E. Pinchot Ave.
Phoenix, AZ 85018
Valley Hospital is a private freestanding hospital specializing in mental health and chemical dependency care, and offers inpatient, outpatient, and partial hospitalization programs for adults. Valley Hospital also offers a free initial mental health and chemical dependency assessment and referral services for adults. Most major insurance accepted; no sliding scale option.
Please contact the service providers directly for information about any of the services listed. Contact Southwest Network,
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ResourceDescription
Arizona 2-1-1 (Community Information & Referral)
2-1-1
211Arizona.org

Provides information and referrals for various community resources 24 hours a day/7 days a week.
Connections AZ (UPC)
602-344-1945


Offers inpatient stabilization services.
Maricopa CRISIS Line
602-222-9444
www.maricopacrn.org

Offers 24 hours a day/7 days a week emergency crisis intervention response for behavioral health crisis situations.
Phoenix Indian Medical Center
602-263-1200

4212 N. 16th St.
Phoenix, AZ 85016
Offers outpatient substance abuse treatment and mental health counseling, as well as inpatient medical services for Native Americans belonging to a federally recognized tribe.
RiAZ Urgent Care (West Side)
620-650-1212


Offers inpatient stabilization services.
Please contact the service providers directly for information about any of the services listed. Contact Southwest Network,
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ResourceDescription
A Place for Mom & Dad
623-332-4267


Assisted living facility with capacity for 9 adults. Rates based on level of care and income. All support services provided with supervision available 24 hours a day.
Apartment Finders
602-957-7000
www.aptfind.com/index.html

Free apartment locating services.
Arcadia Palms Apartments
602-840-6780

4902 E. Thomas Rd.
Phoenix, AZ 85018
Affordable independent apartment living option.
Arizona 2-1-1 (Community Information & Referral)
2-1-1
211Arizona.org

Provides information and referrals for various community resources 24 hours a day/7 days a week.
Bedder Living
602-358-7758


Boarding home for ambulatory men over 50 providing room & board, meals, housekeeping, and toiletries. Medication prompting available. Rates from $550/month. No drugs or alcohol permitted.
Emmanuel Campus of Care
623-748-1669
www.immanuelcares.com

Offers supported independent housing starting at $1050/month and independent housing starting at $800/month located in Peoria. Rent may include utilities, some housecleaning, some laundry, some meals, a lifeline, transportation, and community events depending on level of care requested..
Family Support Care Residential Group Home
614-286-8511
www.familysupportcare.com/home
1209 West Boston Street
Chandler, AZ
Family Support Care is a 24/7 hour level II behavioral health residential program that supports the social well-being of the adult client with mental health disabilities. Fees dependant on income.
Graceful Living
623-332-4267


Assisted living facility with capacity for 5 adults. Rates based on level of care and income. All support services provided with supervision available 24 hours a day.
Guadalupe Huerta
602-243-4137


Independent living facility for seniors and adults with disabilities run by Chicanos por la Causa.
Housely's Assisted Living
602-275-9267


Assisted living facility with rent based on income (starting at $700/month) in South Phoenix. Full services available with capacity of 10 adults.
In Touch Elder Care
602-358-8094


Assisted living facility for $2000/month in Glendale with no recent violations.
Please contact the service providers directly for information about any of the services listed. Contact Southwest Network,
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ResourceDescription
J & L Adult Care Home
602-413-9061


Assisted living for $800/month with no recent violations in West Phoenix.
Park @ 7th St.
888-477-2669


Assisted living facility for $1650/month in Phoenix, offering care 24 hours a day, meals, housekeeping, laundry, and medication management in a gated community.
The Burkshire
602-258-7488


Assisted living at an affordable rate with a sliding scale option, the Burkshire offers supervisory and personal care. Rates start at $1050/month.
The Fountain
623-977-4273


Assisted living at an affordable rate (starting at $1075/month) with a sliding scale option. The Fountain offers 24 hour supervisory care including meals, transportation, care-giving, and medication monitoring.
Please contact the service providers directly for information about any of the services listed. Contact Southwest Network,
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ResourceDescription
Arizona 2-1-1 (Community Information & Referral)
2-1-1
211Arizona.org

Provides information and referrals for various community resources 24 hours a day/7 days a week.
Arizona Recovery Housing Association
480-733-2688
http://www.myazrha.org/Default.aspx

Provides a database of recovery houses in Arizona that meet voluntary set standards aimed to improve the quality of residential recovery services.
Clean House (M.A.C.K Transitional Living)
602-841-9599


Provides day treatment, support meetings, medication monitoring, and a sober living environment for a weekly rate. M.A.C.K. will work with individuals who may not have money up front.
Destiny House
602-639-2442


Faith based transitional housing for men and women seeking recovery from addiction. 12-step based; $100/week with $25 intake fee. Fees include christian counseling, and job search search assistance.
House of Refuge
480-988-9242


Provides homeless families and individuals with transitional housing and support services.
Reborn Assistance
480-433-2382
www.rebornassistance.org
2546 W. Orangewood Ave.
Phoenix, AZ 85051
Offers transitional living for men returning to society from jail or prison struggling with substance abuse. Offers on-site 12 step program. Fees are $110/week, but willing to allow entry without money if coming from correctional facility.
Serenity House for Sober Living
620-445-6160
www.azserenityhouse.com

Transitional and ¾ houses for men and women looking for a sober living environment. Weekly rates start at $100, and does not include meals; there is an additional $60/month fee for utilities.
Step One
602-749-5434


Sober living environment for men and women. Daily rates are $18, and includes all meals, room & board, and cable television. Participants must be willing to work a 12-step program, and be employed or willing to work day labor (transportation provided).
Sunlight of the Spirit
602-864-5032
http://www.sunlightofthespiritrecovery.org/

12 step based transitional living program for women. $162/first week, $112/week thereafter, food is included. Willing to assist with job search if unable to pay initial fee.
Together We Stand
602-299-7291


Sober living facility to assist men with recovery from alcohol and drugs. $110/week includes cable and all utilities, but no meals. Willing to accept men without money up front and assist in locating employment. Required to complete 90 meetings in 90 days. Must have ID and proof of citizenship.
Transitional Living Centers, TLC
1-866-646-2138
http://www.transitionalliving.org/index.html
Multiple Locations
Phpoenix, Glendale, Mesa, AZ
Provides half-way house, substance-abuse recovery services for homeless addicts.
Please contact the service providers directly for information about any of the services listed. Contact Southwest Network,
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ResourceDescription
Arizona 2-1-1 (Community Information & Referral)
2-1-1
211Arizona.org

Provides information and referrals for various community resources 24 hours a day/7 days a week.
Arizona Department of Housing
602-771-1000
http://www.housingaz.com/

Arizona's state housing agency provides information on apartment rentals, emergency repair and housing rehabilitation, eviction or forclosure assistance, fair housing laws, homeownership assistance, and section 8 housing. Also, offers unemployment, underemployment and reinstatement mortgage payment assistance as well as short sale assistance in addition to principal reduction assistance to qualified Arizona homeowners.
Campaign Place
602-296-5200


Affordable independent living in Central Phoenix, with rates starting at $450/month.
Casa Blanca Apartments
602-242-4782


Independent housing starting at $519/month, utilities included, with a $200 deposit.
Chicanos por la Causa
602-253-0838
www.cplc.org

Offers free computer training, employment assistance, job skills workshops, GED classes, housing repair program, some utility assistance, and safe, affordable housing options.
City of Phoenix
602-262-4422
www.phoenix.gov/housing

Offers low rent public housing, scattered sites home ownership, the affordable housing program, and senior and disabled housing programs for income eligible individuals and families. Applications required, and most programs have a wait list. Additional voucher programs offered in conjunction with CASS, Native American Connections, the VA, CPS, Care Directions, Watkins shelter, and Magellan.
Coconut Grove
602-264-1354

2028 W. Indian School Rd.
Phoenix, AZ
Affordable independent living starting at $525/month, utilities included.
Community Care Emergency Shelter
623-755-2284


Provides free emergency shelter to women and children, including meals and supportive services, with the ultimate goal of independent living. Community Care also has transitional and permanent housing available for families, with case management support in each level. Credit history and application fee waiver available.
Emmanuel Campus of Care
623-748-1669
www.immanuelcares.com

Offers supported independent housing starting at $1050/month and independent housing starting at $800/month located in Peoria. Rent may include utilities, some housecleaning, some laundry, some meals, a lifeline, transportation, and community events depending on level of care requested..
Gene Rice Senior Center
602-257-0700


Senior independent living facility run by Chicanos por la Causa.
Go Section 8
866-466-7328
http://www.gosection8.com/index.aspx

Provides on online portal for Section 8 housing search.
Please contact the service providers directly for information about any of the services listed. Contact Southwest Network,
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ResourceDescription
Greater Phoenix Urban League
602-254-5611
http://www.gphxul.org/

Offers housing, employment, education, and small business programs to the community. Housing programs include Foreclosure Prevention Counseling, First Time Homebuyers Seminar, Affordable Low Income Housing Referral assistance, and Neighborhood Stabilization programs. Employment Services include Job Readiness Training and Summer Youth Employment. Education services include Head Start and College Preparation.
Guadalupe Huerta
602-243-4137


Independent living facility for seniors and adults with disabilities run by Chicanos por la Causa.
John C. Lincoln Health Network Desert Mission
602-331-5792
http://www.jcl.com/content/desertmission/default.htm
9201 N. 5th St.
Phoenix, AZ 85020
Provides a Children’s Learning Center (ages 6 weeks to 12 years) and Adult Day Care Center (over 50) with limited sliding scale fee options. Will work with individuals and families to determine eligibility for other programs that may pay for services. Offers emergency food boxes (6 per calendar year) to individuals and families in need in their service area. Also offers a Food Pantry for low cost perishable and non-perishable groceries for individuals and families in their service area. Offers a dental clinic for uninsured children on a sliding scale fee schedule. Offers a medical clinic for uninsured families and individuals on a sliding scale fee schedule. The Behavioral Health clinic offers limited sliding scale fee options. Offers free homebuyer education classes to anyone, as well as additional independent housing assistance programs for qualifying individuals. No proof of citizenship required for any of the programs.
Labor's Community Service Agency - Housing General
602-263-5741
www.lcsaphx.org
3117 N. 16th St., #100
Phoenix, AZ 85016
Provides safe, affordable housing, and case management services for homeless families. Parents must be currently employed or willing to work full-time (or on disability). No waitlist.
Labor's Community Service Agency - Housing Program
602-263-5741
www.lcsaphx.org
3117 N. 16th St., #100
Phoenix, AZ 85016
Their Affordable Housing program offers units for $350/month or less for qualifying individuals or families. Families must have children and some sort of income; wait list is currently up to 2 months. Their Neighborhood Revitalization Program offers home repairs to raise the level of pride in neighborhoods.
Matthew Henson Properties
602-252-1522


Independent subsidized housing (30% of income) for seniors in Central Phoenix.
My 2nd Chance Rentals
602-393-4400
http://www.my2ndchancerental.com/
4323 N. 12th Street
Phoenix, AZ
Apartment and condo rentals for individuals with bad credit and criminal histories. Locations in Mesa, Phoenix, Glendale, and Tempe
Native American Connections
602-252-2865
www.nativeconnections.org

Provides high-quality, safe, subsidized (30% of income) supportive housing to individuals with a long term disability, making at least $12,000/year, and currently homeless or facing homelessness. Also offers safe, affordable, independent and multi-family housing options.
Neighborhood Housing Services of Phoenix
602-258-1659
www.nhsphoenix.org

Provides down payment assistance, homebuyer education, housing counseling, refinance lending, and other referral/informational services to individuals looking to buy their first home and making less than 120% of the federal poverty level.
Paige Commons
480-813-4069


Independent affordable housing based on annual income for seniors over 55, with social activities available. Some units currently available starting at $550/month (based on income).
Rainbow Housing

http://www.rainbowhousing.org/where_you_can_find_us.htm

Offers affordable multifamily housing for low-income families throughout the United States. They currently have one property in Arizona (Whispering Palms, Phoenix). They also work closely with residents to provide programs and support services that will increase opportunities for economic and social advancement. 
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ResourceDescription
Roeser Villages
602-268-5100


Independent subsidized housing in South Phoenix for seniors 55 years and older or adults who are mobility impaired. Rent is based on income, and studios are currently available.
Save the Family ARM Program
480-898-0028 X276
www.savethefamily.org
450 W. 4th Pl.
Mesa, AZ 85021
Provides affordable housing for families to bridge the gap between subsidized housing to fair market rent or homeownership. Some supportive services included.
Seville Gardens Apartments
602-278-0662

4903 W. Thomas Rd.
Phoenix, AZ
Affordable independent living, with rent starting at $325/month, utilities included, for a studio apartment.
Singleton
602-626-8150


Affordable independent living with case management services available. Provides meals and medication reminders, as well as groups to assist with transition to NT19 benefits packages. Must have or be willing to get payee or direct deposit of monthly fee.
Social Serve

www.socialserve.com

Provides a web portal for locating affordable housing, and includes options for Section 8 vouchers and proximity to public transit.
Sterling Place Apartments
602-246-0105

4325 N. 35th Ave.
Phoenix, AZ 85017
Affordable independent living near, with rates starting at $565/month, utilities included, for a 1 bedroom apartment.
Tannor Gardens
602-268-8866

4420 S. 18th Pl.
Phoenix, AZ 85040
Independent subsidized housing for seniors and disabled adults in South Phoenix. Rent is 30% of income.
Tannor Manor
602-323-0100


Independent subsidized housing in South Phoenix with rent based on annual income. Current openings available.
Tiempo (a subsidiary of CPLC)
602-252-0482
http://www.tiempoinc.com/
1107 E. Tonto Street
Phoenix, AZ 85034
Tiempo Inc. is a real estate development and management company founded in 1978. The Arizona-based Corporation specializes in developing, and managing residential housing (single- and multi-family) and commercial properties throughout the southwest.
U.S. Department of Agriculture

http://rdmfhrentals.sc.egov.usda.gov/RDMFHRentals/select_state.jsp

Offers a search function for subsidized multi-family housing rentals in rural parts of the county.
U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development
602-379-7100
www.hud.gov

Offers information and referral assistance on homebuying, avoiding forclosure, rental assistance, fair housing laws, and subsidized housing options. Also, offers assistance locating affordable housing in your area.
Please contact the service providers directly for information about any of the services listed. Contact Southwest Network,
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ResourceDescription
Westward Ho
602-258-6221
www.whrai.org
618 N. Central Ave.
Phoenix, AZ
Independent subsidized housing in Central Phoenix for elderly and disabled adults with rent based on income. May have a waitlist.
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ResourceDescription
A New Leaf
480-833-9200
www.turnanewleaf.org

Provides financial assistance and case management services to individuals and families living in Mesa in an emergency situation impacting their housing, utilities, health, and/or safety. Assists with rent payment, utility payment, or air conditioning repair in the summer. Also offers emergency family and domestic violence shelters.
APS
602-371-7171
http://www.aps.com/main/services/residential/assistance/default.html

Offers a number of limited budget electricity programs, as well as provides information on community utility assisstance programs.
Arizona 2-1-1 (Community Information & Referral)
2-1-1
211Arizona.org

Provides information and referrals for various community resources 24 hours a day/7 days a week.
Arizona Community Action Association
602-604-0640
www.azcaa.org
http://www.arizonaselfhelp.org/
Provides information and referrals for community resources, including all Community Action Programs (CAPs). CAPs can provide case management, emergency assistance, food boxes, assistance with rent and utilities, financial assistance, eviction prevention, resources and referrals, and employment assistance. Also offers a web-based program to determine what state paid benefits you may qualify to receive.
Arizona Department of Housing
602-771-1000
http://www.housingaz.com/

Arizona's state housing agency provides information on apartment rentals, emergency repair and housing rehabilitation, eviction or forclosure assistance, fair housing laws, homeownership assistance, and section 8 housing. Also, offers unemployment, underemployment and reinstatement mortgage payment assistance as well as short sale assistance in addition to principal reduction assistance to qualified Arizona homeowners.
Benefits Checkup

www.benefitscheckup.org

Multiple websites (www.azcaa.org; www.arizonaselfhelp.org) to check eligibility for various federal, state, and local assistance programs.
Catholic Charities Rent & Mortgage Assistance
602-997-6105
www.catholiccharitiesaz.com
4747 N. 7th Ave.
Phoenix, AZ 85013
Assists with one month past due rent or mortgage payment, or first month’s rent.
Chandler Community Action
480-963-4321

650 N. Arizona Ave.
Chandler, AZ 85225
Offers clothing and food box referrals for walk-ins Monday through Thursday from 8am - 10:30am. Offers assistance with utilities and past due rent; must come in and fill out an application Monday through Thursday 8am - 5pm. Verification of citizenship not required. Closed Friday.
Chicanos por la Causa
602-253-0838
www.cplc.org

Offers free computer training, employment assistance, job skills workshops, GED classes, housing repair program, some utility assistance, and safe, affordable housing options.
Community Action Programs (CAP)
623-979-3911 Central, North, & West
www.azcaa.org

Provides emergency financial assistance to individuals and families facing eviction or utility shut off (including air conditioning repair in the summer). Multiple offices throughout the valley.
Community Services of Arizona Rent & Mortgage Assistance
480-963-6276


Assists with one month past due rent or mortgage payment, or first month’s rent.
Please contact the service providers directly for information about any of the services listed. Contact Southwest Network,
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ResourceDescription
Foothills Food Bank & Resource Center
480-488-1145
www.foothillsfoodbank.com
6920 E. Cave Creek Rd.
Cave Creek, AZ 85331
Provides emergency food boxes and financial assistance for those in need living in specific zip codes in the North Valley. Proof of citizenship not required.
John F. Long Family Services Center
602-262-6510
www.phoenix.gov

Provides a broad range of services to promote self-sufficiency for adults and families. Examples of assistance include budgeting, social and life-skills development, counseling and direct services. Also offers rental and utility assistance in crisis situations. Other emergency services are provided as center resources allow. Also provides one free bus ticket with a letter from employer indicating next pay day.
Labor's Community Service Agency - Emergency Program
602-263-5741
www.lcsaphx.org
3117 N. 16th St., #100
Phoenix, AZ 85016
Their Emergency Relief Program offers emergency financial assistance for those with an eviction or shut-off notice. Their Foreclosure Intervention Program offers counseling and representation during foreclosure proceedings.
Lutheran Social Services Rent and Mortgage Assistance
877-258-2059


Assists with one month past due rent or mortgage payment, or first month’s rent.
National Energy Assistance Referral Project
866-674-6327
https://www.azdes.gov/intranet.aspx?menu=34&id=2328
1789 W. Jefferson
Phoenix, AZ 85007
Energy assistance programs, coordinated among federal and state governments and utility companies, are available to help low-income households meet their energy needs. The Community Services Unit (CSU) subcontracts with community agencies to administer the Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) and the Utility Repair, Replacement and Deposit Program (URRD). These programs assist with utility deposits and bill payments, conduct home weatherization, and repair or replace certain appliances.
Salvation Army
602-267-4122
www.tsasw.org

Offers utility assistance for individuals and families experiencing a crisis. Also offers homeless outreach services, including assistance finding shelter or transitional housing. Also offers a yearly Christmas Angel Program.
Save my Home AZ
savemyhome@azhousing.gov
https://www.savemyhomeaz.gov/index.html

Offers two foreclosure prevention programs - Unemployed Payment Assistance Program and Pricipal Reduction Program - to assist unemployed and underemployed Arizona homeowners. Must meet certain requirements.
Save the Family Foundation (Chandler/Mesa)
480-898-0228
www.savethefamily.org
450 W. 4th Pl.
Mesa, AZ 85021
Provides financial assistance for eviction prevention or utility shut-off prevention for Chandler and Mesa residents with at least one child age 17 or younger.
SRP
602-236-8888
http://www.srpnet.com/prices/home/ChooseYourPricePlan.aspx

Offers four electricity plans to fit budgetary and lifestyle needs.
St. Vincent de Paul
602-266-4673
www.stvincentdepaul.net

Offers multiple programs for homeless and low income individuals and families, including Help for the Working Poor, Family Eviction Prevention, Ministry to the Homeless, Ministry to the Incarcerated, Transitional Shelter, and Youth mentoring, along with various specialized projects dependent upon community need and availablility of funds. St. Vincent de Paul can also provide information on additional Catholic churches that may be able to provide assistance.
Sunnyslope Family Services Center
602-495-5229
http://phoenix.gov/HUMANSERVICES/famserv.html

Provides a broad range of services to promote self-sufficiency for adults and families. Examples of assistance include budgeting, social and life-skills development, counseling and direct services. Also offers rental and utility assistance in crisis situations. Other emergency services are provided as center resources allow.
Please contact the service providers directly for information about any of the services listed. Contact Southwest Network,
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ResourceDescription
Travis L. Williams Family Service Center
602-534-4732
www.phoenix.gov
4732 S. Central Ave.
Phoenix, AZ
Provides a broad range of services to promote self-sufficiency for adults and families. Examples of assistance include budgeting, social and life-skills development, counseling and direct services. Also offers rental and utility assistance in crisis situations. Other emergency services are provided as center resources allow.
U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development
602-379-7100
www.hud.gov

Offers information and referral assistance on homebuying, avoiding forclosure, rental assistance, fair housing laws, and subsidized housing options. Also, offers assistance locating affordable housing in your area.
Please contact the service providers directly for information about any of the services listed. Contact Southwest Network,
HelpBook@SouthwestNetwork.org, only to report an incorrect listing or to suggest a resource that could be added to the directory. Thank you.

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ResourceDescription
A New Leaf
480-833-9200
www.turnanewleaf.org

Provides financial assistance and case management services to individuals and families living in Mesa in an emergency situation impacting their housing, utilities, health, and/or safety. Assists with rent payment, utility payment, or air conditioning repair in the summer. Also offers emergency family and domestic violence shelters.
Arizona 2-1-1 (Community Information & Referral)
2-1-1
211Arizona.org

Provides information and referrals for various community resources 24 hours a day/7 days a week.
Central Arizona Shelter Services
602-256-6945 x3059
www.cass-az.org
230 S. 12th St.
Phoenix, AZ 85007
Provides shelter and support services to homeless adults and families. Services include showers, food, clothing, hygiene items, and case management. They also house a medical and dental facility, as well as offer employment services.
Chicanos por la Causa/De Colores
602-269-1515
www.cplc.org

Provides emergency domestic violence shelter service.
Child Crisis Center Emergency Shelter
480-969-2308
http://www.childcrisis.org/shelter/index.html

Temporary emergency shelter for children ages 0-11 years old. Offers shelter to children in abusive situations as well as any child needing a place to stay whether due to family emotional stress or homelessness.
Chrysalis
602-944-4999 Phoenix
www.noabuse.org

Offers domestic violence shelters and transitional housing options.
City of Phoenix
602-262-4422
www.phoenix.gov/housing

Offers low rent public housing, scattered sites home ownership, the affordable housing program, and senior and disabled housing programs for income eligible individuals and families. Applications required, and most programs have a wait list. Additional voucher programs offered in conjunction with CASS, Native American Connections, the VA, CPS, Care Directions, Watkins shelter, and Magellan.
Community Care Emergency Shelter
623-755-2284


Provides free emergency shelter to women and children, including meals and supportive services, with the ultimate goal of independent living. Community Care also has transitional and permanent housing available for families, with case management support in each level. Credit history and application fee waiver available.
CONTACTS Shelter Hotline
602-263-8900


Shelter referrals 24 hours a day/7 days a week.
Family Promise
480-659-5227
www.familypromiseaz.org

Designed to meet the needs of homeless families in the Phoenix area, providing shelter, meals, educational services, and social support.
Florence Crittenton - Girls Ranch
602-274-7318
www.flocrit.org
715 West Mariposa Street
Phoenix AZ 85013
Florence Crittenton Girls Ranch helps at risk girls and young women who are dealing with abuse, neglect, teen pregnancy and/or behavioral health. They provide a safe place where they can discover their strengths and self-worth and get community support.
Please contact the service providers directly for information about any of the services listed. Contact Southwest Network,
HelpBook@SouthwestNetwork.org, only to report an incorrect listing or to suggest a resource that could be added to the directory. Thank you.

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ResourceDescription
I-Help
480-350-5893


Provides lodging, comfort, hope, and opportunity to homeless people in Tempe. Obtain a referral from CONTACTS.
New Life Center
623-932-4404
www.newlifectr.org
PO Box 5005
Goodyear, AZ 85338
Provides emergency shelter and related services to victims of domestic violence and their children.
Ozanam Manor
602-850-6900


Provides transitional shelter for homeless men and women over 50 years of age, or over 18 with a disability. Program fees are 30% of income (if applicable). 10 pm curfew Monday through Friday, 11 pm on Saturday. Usually has a waitlist.
Phoenix Rescue Mission
602-233-3000
Phoenixrescuemission.org

Offers three free meals a day (7am, 12pm, 5pm) for anyone, and shelter services for adult men. Offers daily showers for men, women, and children, spiritual support, e-mail, and voicemail services. Phoenix Rescue Mission is also a safe day labor pick up station. Must show proof of residence and identity. Proof of citizenship not required. Also offers a substance abuse program for adult men.
Save the Family
480-898-0228 X203
www.savethefamily.org
450 W. 4th Pl.
Mesa, AZ 85021
Provides transitional housing for homeless families with supportive services. Support services include rental subsidy, case management, life skills, outreach services, and more.
Sojourner Center
602-244-0089
http://www.sojournercenter.org/go2/index.php

Offers a 24 hour crisis line to provide information about shelters and safety planning. Offers emergency food, housing, clothing, and other support services for families affected by domestic violence. Offers transitional housing for families leaving shelters. Also provides advocacy services, lay legal advocacy, and family enrichment programs.
The Salvation Army
602-267-4122
www.salvationarmyusa.org

Provides assistance with food, rent payments, utility payments, transportation costs, prescription costs, hygiene supplies, counseling, clothing, and other emergency assistance for individuals and families in need. Programs located throughout the valley.
United Methodist Outreach Ministry
602-275-4533

3320 E. Van Buren St.
Phoenix, AZ
Provides shelter to homeless families (with children) for up to 120 days. Parents must be able to work or go to school full-time. Additional support services available for families residing in the shelter.
Please contact the service providers directly for information about any of the services listed. Contact Southwest Network,
HelpBook@SouthwestNetwork.org, only to report an incorrect listing or to suggest a resource that could be added to the directory. Thank you.

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ResourceDescription
A Place for Mom & Dad
623-332-4267


Assisted living facility with capacity for 9 adults. Rates based on level of care and income. All support services provided with supervision available 24 hours a day.
Arizona 2-1-1 (Community Information & Referral)
2-1-1
211Arizona.org

Provides information and referrals for various community resources 24 hours a day/7 days a week.
Bedder Living
602-358-7758


Boarding home for ambulatory men over 50 providing room & board, meals, housekeeping, and toiletries. Medication prompting available. Rates from $550/month. No drugs or alcohol permitted.
Emmanuel Campus of Care
623-748-1669
www.immanuelcares.com

Offers supported independent housing starting at $1050/month and independent housing starting at $800/month located in Peoria. Rent may include utilities, some housecleaning, some laundry, some meals, a lifeline, transportation, and community events depending on level of care requested..
Graceful Living
623-332-4267


Assisted living facility with capacity for 5 adults. Rates based on level of care and income. All support services provided with supervision available 24 hours a day.
Guadalupe Huerta
602-243-4137


Independent living facility for seniors and adults with disabilities run by Chicanos por la Causa.
Housely's Assisted Living
602-275-9267


Assisted living facility with rent based on income (starting at $700/month) in South Phoenix. Full services available with capacity of 10 adults.
In Touch Elder Care
602-358-8094


Assisted living facility for $2000/month in Glendale with no recent violations.
J & L Adult Care Home
602-413-9061


Assisted living for $800/month with no recent violations in West Phoenix.
The Fountain
623-977-4273


Assisted living at an affordable rate (starting at $1075/month) with a sliding scale option. The Fountain offers 24 hour supervisory care including meals, transportation, care-giving, and medication monitoring.
Please contact the service providers directly for information about any of the services listed. Contact Southwest Network,
HelpBook@SouthwestNetwork.org, only to report an incorrect listing or to suggest a resource that could be added to the directory. Thank you.

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ResourceDescription
Arizona 2-1-1 (Community Information & Referral)
2-1-1
211Arizona.org

Provides information and referrals for various community resources 24 hours a day/7 days a week.
Arizona Recovery Housing Association
480-733-2688
http://www.myazrha.org/Default.aspx

Provides a database of recovery houses in Arizona that meet voluntary set standards aimed to improve the quality of residential recovery services.
Community Care Emergency Shelter
623-755-2284


Provides free emergency shelter to women and children, including meals and supportive services, with the ultimate goal of independent living. Community Care also has transitional and permanent housing available for families, with case management support in each level. Credit history and application fee waiver available.
Emmanuel Campus of Care
623-748-1669
www.immanuelcares.com

Offers supported independent housing starting at $1050/month and independent housing starting at $800/month located in Peoria. Rent may include utilities, some housecleaning, some laundry, some meals, a lifeline, transportation, and community events depending on level of care requested..
Family Support Care Residential Group Home
614-286-8511
www.familysupportcare.com/home
1209 West Boston Street
Chandler, AZ
Family Support Care is a 24/7 hour level II behavioral health residential program that supports the social well-being of the adult client with mental health disabilities. Fees dependant on income.
Labor's Community Service Agency - Housing General
602-263-5741
www.lcsaphx.org
3117 N. 16th St., #100
Phoenix, AZ 85016
Provides safe, affordable housing, and case management services for homeless families. Parents must be currently employed or willing to work full-time (or on disability). No waitlist.
Marc Center
480-969-3800 X229
www.marccenter.com

Provides a supported housing option that includes 8 – 24 hour support, independent living skills training, medication monitoring, and a roommate matching type service.
Native American Connections
602-252-2865
www.nativeconnections.org

Provides high-quality, safe, subsidized (30% of income) supportive housing to individuals with a long term disability, making at least $12,000/year, and currently homeless or facing homelessness. Also offers safe, affordable, independent and multi-family housing options.
Professional Pearls Home Care
480-659-6161

6151 West Monte Vista Road
Phoenix, AZ
Offers a residential, group home setting for men and women with mental health issues and/or substance abuse issues with staff onsite 24 hours a day for $150/week. Weekly fee includes case management, counseling, transportation, meals, medication monitoring, and group sessions. Also includes some employment support and placement.
Rainbow Housing

http://www.rainbowhousing.org/where_you_can_find_us.htm

Offers affordable multifamily housing for low-income families throughout the United States. They currently have one property in Arizona (Whispering Palms, Phoenix). They also work closely with residents to provide programs and support services that will increase opportunities for economic and social advancement. 
Singleton
602-626-8150


Affordable independent living with case management services available. Provides meals and medication reminders, as well as groups to assist with transition to NT19 benefits packages. Must have or be willing to get payee or direct deposit of monthly fee.
Please contact the service providers directly for information about any of the services listed. Contact Southwest Network,
HelpBook@SouthwestNetwork.org, only to report an incorrect listing or to suggest a resource that could be added to the directory. Thank you.

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ResourceDescription
Andre House
602-255-0580
www.andrehouse.org
213 S. 11th Ave.
Phoenix, AZ 85007
Offers transitional housing for men and women; call 602-252-9023 between 10:15am and 12pm on Tuesday or Wednesday, or between 8am and 9:30am on Saturday to schedule an interview. Offers a nightly meal Saturday through Thursday between 5:30pm and 6:30pm. Offers a clothing closet for adult clothes on Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday at 10am, and on Saturday at 1pm. Offers showers at 1pm Monday through Thursday, and at 12:30pm on Saturday. Offers free laundry services on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday. Drop off one load at 10am on Monday, Tuesday or Thursday, and at 1pm on Saturday. Clothing will be washed, dried, and folded, and ready for pick up in the afternoon. Also offers locker rentals for $10 key deposit and $2/month; office is open Monday through Thursday from 3:30pm to 4:30pm. Proof of citizenship not required, but ID required for some services.
Arizona 2-1-1 (Community Information & Referral)
2-1-1
211Arizona.org

Provides information and referrals for various community resources 24 hours a day/7 days a week.
Arizona Recovery Housing Association
480-733-2688
http://www.myazrha.org/Default.aspx

Provides a database of recovery houses in Arizona that meet voluntary set standards aimed to improve the quality of residential recovery services.
Behavioral Systems Southwest Tucson Transitional Housing Center
520-573-3111
http://behavioralsystemssouthwest.com/
6420 S. Park Avenue
Tucson, AZ 85706
Behavioral Systems Southwest, Inc. (BSS) has been providing clean and sober living environments to those in recovery since 1981; providing such to enable persons in recovery the opportunity to focus on recovery and remain out of the criminal justice system. The program provides a structured environment with 24 hour staff supervision and comprehensive case services to help the individual reintegrate into the community sober and with support.
Chrysalis
602-944-4999 Phoenix
www.noabuse.org

Offers domestic violence shelters and transitional housing options.
Church on the Street
602-257-8918
www.cotsphoenix.com

Offers services for the homeless, including transitional housing.
City of Phoenix
602-262-4422
www.phoenix.gov/housing

Offers low rent public housing, scattered sites home ownership, the affordable housing program, and senior and disabled housing programs for income eligible individuals and families. Applications required, and most programs have a wait list. Additional voucher programs offered in conjunction with CASS, Native American Connections, the VA, CPS, Care Directions, Watkins shelter, and Magellan.
Clean House (M.A.C.K Transitional Living)
602-841-9599


Provides day treatment, support meetings, medication monitoring, and a sober living environment for a weekly rate. M.A.C.K. will work with individuals who may not have money up front.
Community Alliance Against Family Abuse
480-982-0916
www.caafaaz.org

Provides safe housing, support groups, legal advocacy, and 1:1 empowerment sessions. No eligibility requirements.
Community Care Emergency Shelter
623-755-2284


Provides free emergency shelter to women and children, including meals and supportive services, with the ultimate goal of independent living. Community Care also has transitional and permanent housing available for families, with case management support in each level. Credit history and application fee waiver available.
Crossroads
602-281-6574
http://www.thecrossroadsinc.org/

Offers transitional living for men and women in recovery from substance abuse. Rates are $112/week and $175/week depending on location.
Please contact the service providers directly for information about any of the services listed. Contact Southwest Network,
HelpBook@SouthwestNetwork.org, only to report an incorrect listing or to suggest a resource that could be added to the directory. Thank you.

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ResourceDescription
Destiny House
602-639-2442


Faith based transitional housing for men and women seeking recovery from addiction. 12-step based; $100/week with $25 intake fee. Fees include christian counseling, and job search search assistance.
Florence Crittenton - Girls Ranch
602-274-7318
www.flocrit.org
715 West Mariposa Street
Phoenix AZ 85013
Florence Crittenton Girls Ranch helps at risk girls and young women who are dealing with abuse, neglect, teen pregnancy and/or behavioral health. They provide a safe place where they can discover their strengths and self-worth and get community support.
Harmony House
602-279-2939


Housing resource/program for women or women with children experiencing domestic violence.
Homeward Bound
602-263-7654
www.hbphx.org

Offer transitional living to families with children, and assists the families in achieving economic independence and obtaining safe, secure, affordable long term housing.
House of Refuge
480-988-9242


Provides homeless families and individuals with transitional housing and support services.
Jesus Cares Ministries
480-831-1737
http://jesuscares4u.org/

Provides a women’s home for pregnant and parenting teens for almost with a short and long term live in maternity program. Also offers an Affordable Housing Program for young married couples with up to two children or elderly couples on a fixed income. Referral from a Pastor and an initial phone screen interview are required to begin the application process.
Labor's Community Service Agency - Housing General
602-263-5741
www.lcsaphx.org
3117 N. 16th St., #100
Phoenix, AZ 85016
Provides safe, affordable housing, and case management services for homeless families. Parents must be currently employed or willing to work full-time (or on disability). No waitlist.
Reborn Assistance
480-433-2382
www.rebornassistance.org
2546 W. Orangewood Ave.
Phoenix, AZ 85051
Offers transitional living for men returning to society from jail or prison struggling with substance abuse. Offers on-site 12 step program. Fees are $110/week, but willing to allow entry without money if coming from correctional facility.
Save the Family
480-898-0228 X203
www.savethefamily.org
450 W. 4th Pl.
Mesa, AZ 85021
Provides transitional housing for homeless families with supportive services. Support services include rental subsidy, case management, life skills, outreach services, and more.
Serenity House for Sober Living
620-445-6160
www.azserenityhouse.com

Transitional and ¾ houses for men and women looking for a sober living environment. Weekly rates start at $100, and does not include meals; there is an additional $60/month fee for utilities.
Sojourner Center
602-244-0089
http://www.sojournercenter.org/go2/index.php

Offers a 24 hour crisis line to provide information about shelters and safety planning. Offers emergency food, housing, clothing, and other support services for families affected by domestic violence. Offers transitional housing for families leaving shelters. Also provides advocacy services, lay legal advocacy, and family enrichment programs.
Please contact the service providers directly for information about any of the services listed. Contact Southwest Network,
HelpBook@SouthwestNetwork.org, only to report an incorrect listing or to suggest a resource that could be added to the directory. Thank you.

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ResourceDescription
Step One
602-749-5434


Sober living environment for men and women. Daily rates are $18, and includes all meals, room & board, and cable television. Participants must be willing to work a 12-step program, and be employed or willing to work day labor (transportation provided).
Sunlight of the Spirit
602-864-5032
http://www.sunlightofthespiritrecovery.org/

12 step based transitional living program for women. $162/first week, $112/week thereafter, food is included. Willing to assist with job search if unable to pay initial fee.
Together We Stand
602-299-7291


Sober living facility to assist men with recovery from alcohol and drugs. $110/week includes cable and all utilities, but no meals. Willing to accept men without money up front and assist in locating employment. Required to complete 90 meetings in 90 days. Must have ID and proof of citizenship.
United Methodist Outreach Ministry
602-275-4533

3320 E. Van Buren St.
Phoenix, AZ
Provides shelter to homeless families (with children) for up to 120 days. Parents must be able to work or go to school full-time. Additional support services available for families residing in the shelter.
Please contact the service providers directly for information about any of the services listed. Contact Southwest Network,
HelpBook@SouthwestNetwork.org, only to report an incorrect listing or to suggest a resource that could be added to the directory. Thank you.

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ResourceDescription
Arizona 2-1-1 (Community Information & Referral)
2-1-1
211Arizona.org

Provides information and referrals for various community resources 24 hours a day/7 days a week.
AT & T Language Line
800-752-6096
www.languageline.com

Communicate with anyone in over 170 languages within minutes. This is a fee for service provider.
Please contact the service providers directly for information about any of the services listed. Contact Southwest Network,
HelpBook@SouthwestNetwork.org, only to report an incorrect listing or to suggest a resource that could be added to the directory. Thank you.

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ResourceDescription
Arizona Cultural Academy
602-454-1222
http://www.azacademy.org/
7810 S. 42nd Pl.
Phoenix, AZ 85042
ACA is an Islamic private school, which promotes excellence in academic, religious, and behavioral education; and offers a comprehensive balanced program to enhance the learners’ potentials and skills to raise upright, tolerant, and law-abiding citizens to be leaders of the future. Their tuition is based on family income, and scholorships are available.
International Rescue Committee Well-Being Centers
602-433-2440 x219
http://www.rescue.org

Provides services and referrals for individuals classified as refugees.
Islamic Community Center of Phoenix
602-249-0496
http://phoenixmasjid.com
7516 N. Black Canyon Hwy
Phoenix, AZ 85051
Offers multiple Islamic prayer services, Islamic School, a Ramadan Program, and other activities for the Islamic community.
Islamic Social Services Association
602-532-7057
http://www.issausa.org

Provides assistance to Muslims to set up and successfully provide social services within their own communities, rather than running these services for communities. Provides support to social service providers through education, training, and services.
Please contact the service providers directly for information about any of the services listed. Contact Southwest Network,
HelpBook@SouthwestNetwork.org, only to report an incorrect listing or to suggest a resource that could be added to the directory. Thank you.

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ResourceDescription
Advocates for the Disabled
602-212-2600
www.advocatesforthedisabled.org
650 N. 2nd Ave.
Phoenix, AZ 85003
Provides resources for essential living requirements, including safe housing, food, and clothing.
Alex & Gaxiola Law Firm
602-971-1775
www.criminallawaz.com

Offers a free legal consultation for any legal issue.
Arizona 2-1-1 (Community Information & Referral)
2-1-1
211Arizona.org

Provides information and referrals for various community resources 24 hours a day/7 days a week.
Arizona Center for Disability Law
602-274-6287
http://www.acdl.com/
5025 E. Washington St., Suite 202
Phoenix, AZ 85034
The Arizona Center for Disability Law advocates for the legal rights of persons with disabilities to be free from abuse, neglect and discrimination and to gain access to services, maximizing independence and achieving equality.
Arizona Center for Disability Law
602-274-6287
http://www.acdl.com/
5025 E. Washington St.
Phoenix, AZ 85034
Designated protection and advocacy system in Arizona. Call Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, or Friday from 9am - 1pm for an intake if you have an advocacy question or concern.
Arizona Center for Law in the Public Interest
602-258-8850
http://aclpi.org/
202 E McDowell Rd. Suite 153
Phoenix, AZ 85004
The Arizona Center for Law in the Public Interest (ACLPI) is a nonprofit law firm dedicated to ensuring government accountability and protecting the legal rights of Arizonans.
Arizona Law Help
866-637-5341
http://www.azlawhelp.org/

Provides free legal resources. The Lawyers On Call program will provide free legal advice via telephone on the first Tuesday of every month on a pre-determined topic.
Arizona Secretary of State
602-542-4285
http://www.azsos.gov/

Maintains a free registry called the “Arizona Advance Directive” where individuals can send advance directives for secure storage and can be accessible to individuals, loved ones and health care providers. This webpage also has other resources available on advanced directives.
Arizona Senior Citizen's Law Project
602-252-6710

1818 S. 16th St.
Phoenix, AZ 85034
Offers free information and legal assistance to seniors over 60 in Maricopa County. Call on Wednesdays between 1pm and 4:30pm.
Arizona State Legislature

http://www.azleg.gov/

Offers an overview of the legislative process in Arizona. Provides a tool to track pending legislation, ability to locate and contact individual legislators, and information to stay up-to-date on current issues.
Arizona Supreme Court

http://www.azcourts.gov/

Offers information on the various Arizona Courts, a case search function, and an e-filing tool for preparing and filing a case, as well as legislation news and updates.
Please contact the service providers directly for information about any of the services listed. Contact Southwest Network,
HelpBook@SouthwestNetwork.org, only to report an incorrect listing or to suggest a resource that could be added to the directory. Thank you.

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ResourceDescription
ArizonaSERVES

www.azdes.gov/arizonaserveshome.aspx

Online database for finding community resources for foster care, childcare, family resources, and transportation resources.
ASU Legal Clinic
480-965-6968


Accepts new cases on or after the start of each new semester based on type of case and need.
Bazelon Center for Mental Health Law
202-467-5730
http://www.bazelon.org/

The Bazelon Center for Mental Health Law is a nonprofit organization devoted to improving the lives of people with mental illnesses through changes in policy and law. Their website provides legislative updates that affect individuals with mental illness, and advocacy resources.
Community Alliance Against Family Abuse
480-982-0916
www.caafaaz.org

Provides safe housing, support groups, legal advocacy, and 1:1 empowerment sessions. No eligibility requirements.
Community Legal Services
602-258-3434
www.clsaz.org

Provides civil legal services to indigent and low income residents, including consumer and disability law.
David's Hope
602-774-4382
www.davidshopeaz.org

Provides information, advocacy, and resources for any individual dealing with legal issues or re-entering the community after serving jail or prison time. Monthly meeting on the 4th Thursday of the month from 6:30pm - 8pm at the Disability Empowerment Center (5025 E. Washington St., Phoenix) in classroom B.
Family Advocacy Center
602-534-2120
phoenix.gov/fac/index.html
2120 N. Central Ave.
Phoenix, AZ
Provides comprehensive services to victims of violence, including counseling referrals, financial assistance referrals, and light case management. Assists with orders of protection and other legal issues surrounding the case.
Family Lawyer's Assistance Project
602-506-7948

201 W. Jefferson, 6th Floor
Phoenix, AZ
Offers free or reduced fee ($35) consultation with a volunteer lawyer.
Fresh Start
623-931-2801
http://fresh-start.org/

Offers programs to assist displaced workers and ex-offenders re-enter society and the workforce. Provides a number of life skills classes, as well as resume assistance, and employment development. Many services are free, but classes require a $25/year membership fee. No eligibility criteria. Some transportation assistance to food banks, job interviews, and clothing stores available.
Fresh Start Women's Resource Center
602-252-8494
www.wehelpwomen.com
1130 E. McDowell Rd.
Phoenix, AZ
Offers a variety of workshops ($5) including self-esteem management, support and empowerment, healthy living, financial fitness, and career development. Provides free consultation for legal issues, specializing in domestic relations cases. Also offers educational and employment resources and assistance.
Labor's Community Service Agency - General
602-263-5741
www.lcsaphx.org
3117 N. 16th St., #100
Phoenix, AZ 85016
Serving the general welfare of our community and advocating for health and human services that meet the needs of all members of the community. Offers information and referrals to community resources/programs to help meet the needs of community members.
Please contact the service providers directly for information about any of the services listed. Contact Southwest Network,
HelpBook@SouthwestNetwork.org, only to report an incorrect listing or to suggest a resource that could be added to the directory. Thank you.

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ResourceDescription
Law for Kids

http://www.lawforkids.org/

Provides information and resources to teach children about the law. Created by the Arizona Foundation for Legal Services and Education with the specific goal of educating Arizona's youth, their parents, communities and schools to increase their knowledge about youth laws and to encourage law-abiding behavior.
Legal LEARN
866-637-5341


Free and reduced fee legal aid resources.
Lighthouse Women's Resource Center
480-733-7348
www.wopim.org
460 S. Country Club Dr.
Mesa, AZ 85210
Strengthen women by providing a network of adequate resources and special programs. Services include: Career Empowerment Center, Daycare, Library, Community Resource Assistance, Computer Skills classes, GED classes, mentoring, legal consultant, and Abundant Life classes. Also seeking volunteers.
Maricopa Bar Association Lawyer Referral Service
602-257-4434
www.maricopabar.org

Provides ½ hour consultations for $35 in civil and criminal matters.
National Association for the Advancement of Colored People
602-252-4064
www.naacp.org

Provides legal referrals for civil and criminal matters.
National Resource Center on Psychiatric Advance Directives

http://www.nrc-pad.org/

Provides information and resources related to creating a psychiatric advance directive specific to each state. Provides a link to specific forms necessary for completing an Advance Directive.
Never Again
480-539-9111
www.neveragainfoundation.org
25 S. Arizona Pl.
Chandler, AZ 85225
Provides civil litigation and legal representation for surviving family members of victims of domestic violence deaths.
Phoenix School of Law Veterans Legal Assistance Clinic
602-464-7820

4041 North Central Ave., Bldg B, 1st Floor
Phoenix, AZ 85012
Provides free legal assistance for eligible veterans in civil matters. Accepting new clients on June 20, 2011.
Phoenix School of Law Veterans Tax Clinic
602-464-7830

4041 North Central Ave., Bldg B, 1st Floor
Phoenix, AZ 85012
Provides free assistance to eligible veterans in preparing personal federal income taxes.
Sojourner Center
602-244-0089
http://www.sojournercenter.org/go2/index.php

Offers a 24 hour crisis line to provide information about shelters and safety planning. Offers emergency food, housing, clothing, and other support services for families affected by domestic violence. Offers transitional housing for families leaving shelters. Also provides advocacy services, lay legal advocacy, and family enrichment programs.
Treatment Advocacy Center
703-294-6001
http://www.treatmentadvocacycenter.org

Offers information and statistics about the Arizona Civil Commitment process, as well as links to legal forms.
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ResourceDescription
Wright's Law

http://www.wrightslaw.com/

Provides accurate, reliable information about special education law, education law, and advocacy for children with disabilities.
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ResourceDescription
1 Voice Community Center
602-712-0111
http://1vcc.org
725 W. Indian School Road
Phoenix, AZ 85013
Provides a community center for LGBT individuals including a library and art gallery. The center runs multiple support and social networking groups. All services are free of charge, and no proof of citizenship is required.
1n10
602-754-1175
http://www.1n10.org/
4121 North 7th Avenue
Phoenix, AZ 85013
1n10 provides a safe, social environment for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and questioning (LGBTQ) youth. Offers drop-in social support services for LGBTQ youth ages 14-22 to develop positive self-acceptance through life enhancing programs and connection with local resources. Offers two weekly meetings and various social events and resources. Offers GED services, job development, benefits assistance, HIV testing, and a soup kitchen/food box kitchen 4 days/week. All services are free, and there are no citizenship requirements.
GLBT National Hotline
888-843-4564
www.glbtnationalhelpcenter.org

Provides free and confidential telephone and internet peer-counseling, information, and local resources for gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, and questioning callers throughout the United States.
GLBT National Youth Talkline
800-246-7743
www.glbtnationalhelpcenter.org

Provides free and confidential telephone and internet peer-counseling, information, and local resources for gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, and questioning youth up to age 25 throughout the United States.
PFLAG Phoenix
602-843-1404
http://www.pflagphoenix.org
2942 N. 24th St.
Phoenix, AZ
Provides support, education, and advocacy for parents, families, and friends of lesbians and gays. Offers a monthly support group meeting.
Q-Line
800-527-4747


Crisis hotline for queer and questioning youth. Provides crisis counseling and referrals for local resources if requested or needed.
Teen Lifeline
602-248-8336
www.teenlifeline.org

Offers a peer counseling suicide hotline from 3pm - 9pm daily. Also offers Life Skills Development Training for teens interested in becoming Peer Counselors. Awareness, education, and prevention material available to the community, as well as training opportunities.
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ResourceDescription
AHCCCS
602-417-4000
www.azahcccs.gov/applicants/default.aspx
801 E. Jefferson MD 3800
Phoenix, AZ 85034
Arizona Health Care Cost Containment System (AHCCCS) is Arizona's Medicaid agency that offers health care programs to serve Arizona residents. Individuals must meet certain income and other requirements to obtain services. Apply online at www.healthearizona.org . SWN clients should contact their benefits specialist.
AHCCCS Freedom to Work
602-417-6677
www.azahcccs.gov/applicants/categories/workingdisabled.aspx
801 E. Jefferson MD 3800
Phoenix, AZ 85034
Group medical coverage plan for employed recipients with a disability without resource limitations. SWN clients should contact their benefits specialist.
Arizona 2-1-1 (Community Information & Referral)
2-1-1
211Arizona.org

Provides information and referrals for various community resources 24 hours a day/7 days a week.
Arizona Alliance for Community Health Centers
602-253-0090
http://www.aachc.org/what-is-a-healthcare-center/health-centers/
700 E. Jefferson St., Ste. 100
Phoenix, AZ 85034
The Arizona Alliance for Community Health Centers (AACHC) is the Primary Care Association (PCA) for the State of Arizona. All states have one designated PCA to advance the expansion of Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs) and advocate for the health care interests of the medically underserved and uninsured.
Benefits Checkup

www.benefitscheckup.org

Multiple websites (www.azcaa.org; www.arizonaselfhelp.org) to check eligibility for various federal, state, and local assistance programs.
CopaCare
602-344-1015
www.mihs.org

Financial assistance option for uninsured residents of Maricopa County seeking medical care. This resource will assist you in applying for AHCCCS, and then CopaCare if you do not qualify for AHCCCS. No proof of citizenship required.
Cover Arizona

http://coveraz.org/

Offers updates, tools, links and news about the Health Insurance Marketplace and Medicaid.
Don't get Dropped Arizona

www.dontgetdroppedaz.org

Provides information and resources to healthcare providers, interested community groups, and individuals to assist AHCCCS members in renewing their AHCCCS coverage on time every time. The webiste includes a list of community organizations willing to assist individuals with the AHCCCS application and renewal process.
Federal Wellness Card

http://www.federalwellnesscard.com/

Provides discount prescription services in the form of Patient Assistance Program in conjunction with a number of value added health benefits, including discounts on dental, vision, hearing and of course, prescription medication all through a single point of contact.
Free Breast Cancer Screening
602-544-2873
http://komencanaz.org/about-breast-cancer/i-need-a-free-or-low-cost-mammogramtreatment/
2040 W. Bethany Home Rd., Ste. 120
Phoenix, AZ 85015
Arizona’s Well Woman HealthCheck Program, a state-wide program that provides free cancer screening to those that qualify, is the first contact for women with no health insurance and no diagnosis of breast cancer. The program is operated by the Arizona Department of Health Services through a cooperative agreement with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Women on the program may receive a Clinical Breast Exam, Mammogram, Pelvic Exam and Pap Test.
Free Breast Cancer Treatment
602-544-2873
http://komencanaz.org/about-breast-cancer/i-need-free-or-low-cost-treatment/
2040 W. Bethany Home Rd., Ste. 120
Phoenix, AZ 85015
Arizona’s Breast and Cervical Cancer Treatment Program, a state-wide program that provides free breast and cervical cancer treatment to those that qualify, is the first contact for women with no health insurance. The program is operated by the Arizona Department of Health Services through a cooperative agreement with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
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ResourceDescription
Health Link
800-235-9678


Assists uninsured adults, children, and families enroll in AHCCCS, or access free or low-cost healthcare in the community.
Medicare
800-633-4227
www.socialsecurity.gov/medicareonly

Medicare is a Health Insurance Program for people age 65 or older, some disabled people under age 65, and people of all ages with End-Stage Renal Disease (permanent kidney failure treated with dialysis or a transplant). The Medicare website offers an online plan finder that allows beneficiaries and their families, trusted representatives, and senior program advocates to look at available local drug and health plan options for the 2012 benefit year.
My Family Benefits

https://egov.azdes.gov/dbme/faa/myFamilyBenefits/authorization/login.aspx

An online system that offers Arizona families an easy and secure way to access information about Food Stamps, Cash Assistance, and Medical Assistance benefits.
Pre-existing Condition Insurance Plan
866-717-5826
https://www.pcip.gov/Default.html

Provides a health coverage option if you have been without health coverage for at least six months, you have a pre-existing condition or have been denied health coverage because of your health condition, and are a U.S. citizen or reside here legally. Covers a broad range of health benefits, including primary and specialty care, hospital care, and prescription drugs.
The Mesothelioma Clinic
877-732-8761 877-732-8761 877-732-8761
http://www.mesotheliomaclinic.org/

The Mesothelioma Clinic is public service geared towards helping victims and their families find treatment, doctors and cancer clinics.
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

healthcare.gov

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) unveiled an innovative new online tool on July 1, 2010, which will help consumers take control of their health care by connecting them to new information and resources that will help them access quality, affordable health care coverage.
UnitedHealthcare Children's Foundation
952-992-4459
www.uhccf.org

Offers a grant program to cover the cost of medical-related services and equipment for children (hearing aids, speech therapy, wheelchairs, etc.) not covered fully covered by the available commercial health benefit plan.
Women's Health Coalition of Arizona
602-254-5611 X 108 Phoenix
www.whcofaz.com

Assists women and children in the AHCCCS application process.
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Abrazo School Based Health Centers
602-246-5597
http://www.abrazohealth.com/services/schoolbasedCenters.aspx

Provides preventive and primary medical and dental care to children who are uninsured and underserved in specific Phoenix school districts.
Adelante Healthcare
877-809-5083
http://www.adelantehealthcare.com/

Provides low cost health care to those without insurance. No proof of citizenship required. Multiple locations throughout the valley.
American Association of Poison Control
602-253-3334
www.aapcc.org

Provides emergency evaluations over the phone and information regarding unintentional ingestion of unknown or known substances or insect bites.
Arizona 2-1-1 (Community Information & Referral)
2-1-1
211Arizona.org

Provides information and referrals for various community resources 24 hours a day/7 days a week.
Arizona Alliance for Community Health Centers
602-253-0090
http://www.aachc.org/what-is-a-healthcare-center/health-centers/
700 E. Jefferson St., Ste. 100
Phoenix, AZ 85034
The Arizona Alliance for Community Health Centers (AACHC) is the Primary Care Association (PCA) for the State of Arizona. All states have one designated PCA to advance the expansion of Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs) and advocate for the health care interests of the medically underserved and uninsured.
Arizona Living Well Institute
480-982-3118
http://azlwi.org/

Offers a free Healthy Living Workshop. The Healthy Living Workshop is a 6 week self-management workshop that meets once a week, for 2.5 hours. Each workshop is facilitated by 2 trained leaders following an established curriculum. This is not a lecture course; workshops are interactive with discussion encouraged. The workshop is designed to help people with ongoing health problems manage them more effectively. Caregivers or family members who serve as caregivers are welcomed.
Asian Pacific Community in Action
602-265-4598
http://apcaaz.org/
6741 N. 7th St.
Phoenix, AZ 85014
Offers Hepatitis B screenings, vaccinations, and education.
CARE Partnership
480-833-8987
http://carepartnership.org/index.php
466 South Bellview Street
Mesa, AZ 85204
Provides a variety of free community programs including uninsured health and dental care, youth programs, education programs, food bank, community revitalization, community gatherings, and English as a Second Language classes on Saturdays at 10:30 for $5/registration fee. ESL classes are designed for Spanish speaking population. No proof of citizenship required.
Center for Disease Control
800-232-4636
www.cdc.gov

Offers a 24 hour information line that provides information about STDs/AIDs, and offers locations for testing centers. Also offers information on all other diseases.
Central Arizona Shelter Services
602-256-6945 x3059
www.cass-az.org
230 S. 12th St.
Phoenix, AZ 85007
Provides shelter and support services to homeless adults and families. Services include showers, food, clothing, hygiene items, and case management. They also house a medical and dental facility, as well as offer employment services.
Chandler Regional Hospital
877-728-5414


Offers a variety of free support groups (cancer, motherhood, and stroke), as well as a free 6 week grief program.
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Clinica Adelante
623-386-1630 West Valley
www.adelantehealthcare.com

Offers discounted and sliding scale fee medical and dental care, and is accepting new patients.
Colorectal Cancer Screening
1-888-257-8502
http://www.azdhs.gov/hsd/healthcheck/locations/index.php?pg=maricopa

Locations for eligibility determination and enrollment listed by county. Offers toll-free hotlines as an additional resource.
Community Health Centers
602-344-8181
www.mihs.org

Offer discounted medical care with a sliding scale option. Locations throughout Maricopa County. No proof of citizenship required.
Cover Arizona

http://coveraz.org/

Offers updates, tools, links and news about the Health Insurance Marketplace and Medicaid.
Desert Vista Outpatient (at Maricopa Medical Center)
480-344-2000
www.mihs.org
2601 E. Roosevelt St.
Phoenix, AZ 85008
Provides medication and counseling services for $40/first visit, $25/visit with medication, and $10/visit without medication. Frequency of visits dependent on doctor recommendations. No insurance accepted. Provides up to 1 year of therapy.
Free Breast Cancer Screening
602-544-2873
http://komencanaz.org/about-breast-cancer/i-need-a-free-or-low-cost-mammogramtreatment/
2040 W. Bethany Home Rd., Ste. 120
Phoenix, AZ 85015
Arizona’s Well Woman HealthCheck Program, a state-wide program that provides free cancer screening to those that qualify, is the first contact for women with no health insurance and no diagnosis of breast cancer. The program is operated by the Arizona Department of Health Services through a cooperative agreement with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Women on the program may receive a Clinical Breast Exam, Mammogram, Pelvic Exam and Pap Test.
Free Breast Cancer Treatment
602-544-2873
http://komencanaz.org/about-breast-cancer/i-need-free-or-low-cost-treatment/
2040 W. Bethany Home Rd., Ste. 120
Phoenix, AZ 85015
Arizona’s Breast and Cervical Cancer Treatment Program, a state-wide program that provides free breast and cervical cancer treatment to those that qualify, is the first contact for women with no health insurance. The program is operated by the Arizona Department of Health Services through a cooperative agreement with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Glendale Family Health Center and Dental Clinic
623-344-6789
www.mihs.org

Offers discounted and sliding scale fee schedule medical and dental care. Must apply for and be denied AHCCCS to qualify. No proof of citizenship required.
Hansen's Disease (Leprosy)
602-506-6650
http://www.maricopa.gov/PublicHealth/Services/Hansens/default.aspx
1645 E. Roosevelt St.
Phoenix, AZ 85006
Offers screening and treatment of people with leprosy and their contacts to residents throughout Arizona. Hansen's patients are referred to the Maricopa County Department of Public Health by community health care providers. A monthly clinic is held to evaluate, treat, and manage Hansen's patients who live in the area.
Health Care for the Homeless
602-372-2100
www.maricopa.gov
220 S. 12th Ave.
Phoenix, AZ
Free health care for homeless individuals on a walk in basis. Proof of citizenship not required. Offers referrals to Circle the City for assistance with Specialty Health Care, Vision Services, Specialized Mental Health Counseling, Housing Assistance, and General Assistance for the homeless as needed.
Health Link
800-235-9678


Assists uninsured adults, children, and families enroll in AHCCCS, or access free or low-cost healthcare in the community.
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Health Resources and Services Administration

findahealthcenter.hrsa.gov

Federally funded health centers that provide health care regardless of insurance, and based on a sliding scale (ability to pay) fee schedule. Verification of citizenship not required.
Hope Community Health Clinic
480-963-2720

312 N. Alma School Road, Se 9C
Chandler, AZ
Family practice clinic that works with families without health insurance. Appointments can be made Thursday between 12 and 3:30 pm and on Saturday from 8 am to 12 pm.
Immunizations (Adult, Child, Foreign Travel)

http://www.maricopa.gov/publichealth/services/immunizations/
1645 E. Roosevelt St.
Phoenix, AZ
Offers immunizations for adults, children, and foreign travel needs.
Interfatith Cooperative Ministries
602-254-7450
www.icmaz.org
501 S. 9th Ave.
Phoenix, AZ
Offers a food and clothing bank. Open Monday through Saturday from 9am to 11am. Must bring photo ID and proof of address. Also offers a free monthly health clinic - call for details.
John C. Lincoln Health Network Desert Mission
602-331-5792
http://www.jcl.com/content/desertmission/default.htm
9201 N. 5th St.
Phoenix, AZ 85020
Provides a Children’s Learning Center (ages 6 weeks to 12 years) and Adult Day Care Center (over 50) with limited sliding scale fee options. Will work with individuals and families to determine eligibility for other programs that may pay for services. Offers emergency food boxes (6 per calendar year) to individuals and families in need in their service area. Also offers a Food Pantry for low cost perishable and non-perishable groceries for individuals and families in their service area. Offers a dental clinic for uninsured children on a sliding scale fee schedule. Offers a medical clinic for uninsured families and individuals on a sliding scale fee schedule. The Behavioral Health clinic offers limited sliding scale fee options. Offers free homebuyer education classes to anyone, as well as additional independent housing assistance programs for qualifying individuals. No proof of citizenship required for any of the programs.
Low Cost Health Clinics

http://www.maricopa.gov/publichealth/services/std/pdf/LowCostClinics.pdf

A list of clinics offering low cost health care and services though out the state of Arizona.
Maricopa County Department of Public Health
602-506-6900
www.maricopa.gov

Provides over 30 programs including immunizations, HIV prevention/treatment, fitness, nutrition, dental, family planning, and education to make Maricopa County a healthier place. Many programs have sliding scale fee options. Proof of citizenship not required.
Mission of Mercy
602-486-7798
http://www.amissionofmercy.org/

Provides free medical health care and prescriptions for patients in multiple rotating locations throughout the valley. Patients cannot have insurance or be eligible for AHCCCS. No proof of citizenship or income required. Call for location and hours of operation.
Mountain Park Clinics
602-243-7277
www.mountainparkhealth.org

Offers discounted and sliding scale fee medical and dental health care. Proof of citizenship not required.
Native Health Community Health Center
602-279-5262
www.nativehealthphoenix.org

Low cost medical and dental care. Also offers mental health services, substance abuse services, and women’s services. Free transportation available. Also offers free HIV testing for the community. Call for locations and times.
Native Health West Community Health Center
602-279-5351


Provides medical care on a sliding fee scale based on eligibility.
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Neighborhood Christian Center
602-258-6008
www.thechristianclinic.org
1929 W. Fillmore, #C
Phoenix, AZ 85009
Provides sliding scale fee for service medical and dental care to qualifying individuals. Must go to the clinic to become a new patient. The clinic is open Monday and Thursday from 12:30pm - 9pm, and Tuesday and Friday from 8:30am - 5pm. Proof of citizenship not required.
Neighborhood Outreach Access to Health (NOAH)
480-882-4317
http://www.shc.org/Medical+Services/Community+Health/NOAH+Program/

Scottsdale based medical and dental clinic for children and adults that offers sliding scale fee services, including treatment and referrals. Two locations available, also accept AHCCCS insurance.
NP Care
602-496-0721
http://nursingandhealth.asu.edu/nmhc/npcare-program.htm
500 N. 3rd Street
Phoenix, AZ 85004
Offers low cost physical and behavioral health care for those without insurance. Annual membership is $50/individual, first office visit is $95, and subsequent visits are $45. In-house lab tests are provided at no additional charge. Also accepts most insurance plans. Additional locations in Scottsdale and Tempe.
Phoenix Indian Medical Center
602-263-1200

4212 N. 16th St.
Phoenix, AZ 85016
Offers outpatient substance abuse treatment and mental health counseling, as well as inpatient medical services for Native Americans belonging to a federally recognized tribe.
Refugee Health
602-506-6650
http://www.maricopa.gov/PublicHealth/Services/Refugee/default.aspx
1645 E. Roosevelt St.
Phoenix, AZ 85006
Offers refugees health screenings and testing for communicable illness and conditions, including tuberculosis and HIV . Copies of medical records may also be requested.
Southwest Institute of Healing Arts
480-994-9244
http://swiha.edu/about-our-clinics/specialty-clinics.html

Offers low cost or free alternative medicine therapies, including Asian Therapy, Hypnotherapy, Reflexology, Reiki, Yoga, Massage Therapy, and Polarity/Cranial.
St. Vincent de Paul Health Center
602-261-6868
www.stvincentdepaul.net

Offers free medical clinic based on need and availability. Has a medical equipment loan program for low income individuals. Also offers a lottery for free dental care. Must call and leave a message. Also has a limited fund for free eye surgery for those who qualify.
The Cultural Cup
602-266-8370
www.culturalcup.com
537 E. Osborn Road
Phoenix, AZ 85012
Provides free canned food on the third Wednesday of every month from 11:30am - 2pm, and a free mobile pantry on the third Saturday of every month at 8am. Bring your own bag or box. Also offers food boxes, and diabetic food boxes. Provides a free medical clinic for those without insurance every Saturday from 10am - 2pm (no pain medications or OB/GYN). No proof of citizenship required, must bring ID of some kind.
The Mesothelioma Clinic
877-732-8761 877-732-8761 877-732-8761
http://www.mesotheliomaclinic.org/

The Mesothelioma Clinic is public service geared towards helping victims and their families find treatment, doctors and cancer clinics.
The Wellness Community
602-712-1006
www.twccaz.org
360 E. Palm Ln.
Phoenix, AZ 85004
Provides a wide array of support groups and support services for any individual affected by any type of cancer, including teen and adult survivors, caregivers, families, children, and friends of survivors. Proof of citizenship not required.
Tuberculosis (TB) Control and Prevention
602-506-8282
http://www.maricopa.gov/publichealth/Services/TB/default.aspx
1645 E. Roosevelt St.
Phoenix, AZ 85006
Provides diagnostic, treatment, and case management services for Maricopa County residents and visitors diagnosed with latent tuberculosis infection and active tuberculosis disease. The program manages the needs of individuals who are at high risk for TB disease or latent infection, individuals who are contacts to active TB cases, individuals who are suspected of having active TB disease, and individuals whose cases are reported to the program from private providers and hospitals. All diagnostic, treatment, and case management services are provided FREE.
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Veteran's Administration
602-277-5551 X7455
www.va.gov
www.nationalresourcedirectory.gov
Provides 8 levels of eligibility for medical coverage, including mental health coverage. Also offers an online resource directory.
WellCare Foundation
602-263-7619
www.wellcarefoundation.org

Provides free, integrated primary healthcare to single working mothers and their children not on state assistance who cannot afford insurance or pay for needed healthcare.
Wesley Health Center
602-257-4323


Provides medical health care services on a sliding scale fee schedule (lowest charge is $30/consult). No proof of citizenship required.
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AIDS Drug Assistance Program (ADAP)

http://www.azdhs.gov/phs/hiv/adap/index.htm

Offers assistance to low-income individuals living with HIV who have limited or no insurance coverage in order to have access to medications. Co-pay assistance is available to those who have private insurance, Medicare, Employer based insurance, or insurance through the Federally Facilitated Marketplace (FFM).
Arizona 2-1-1 (Community Information & Referral)
2-1-1
211Arizona.org

Provides information and referrals for various community resources 24 hours a day/7 days a week.
Coast to Coast Rx Card
800-931-8872
http://coast2coastrx.com/phoenix/

Offers a free discount prescription card. The city’s free Prescription Drug Discount Card partnership has saved residents more than $700,000 in less than six months, with an average savings of 57 percent off retail prices. Anyone can use the card at almost every pharmacy in the U.S., and people can use it as many times as they need. There is no paperwork, fee or expiration date for the discount card. The biggest benefit is for people who are uninsured or underinsured, seniors in the Medicare “donut hole” or people with high prescription deductibles.
Community Pharmacy
602-682-7660


Offers free delivery service (within 5 miles) of medications, and contracts with Magellan.
Cover Arizona

http://coveraz.org/

Offers updates, tools, links and news about the Health Insurance Marketplace and Medicaid.
CVS Health Savings Plan
888-616-2273
www.cvs.com

Offers a 90 day supply of covered medications for $10 (Generics only). Annual fee is $10. See details at http://www.cvs.com/CVSApp/promoContent/promoLandingTemplate.jsp?promoLandingId=1046. Proof of citizenship not required.
Food City
602-267-7201
http://www.myfoodcity.com/index.php?Section=locations

$4 prescription program offers a 30 day supply of covered medications for $4, and a 90 day supply for $10. Proof of citizenship not required.
Fry's Pharmacy

www.frysfood.com
Many valley locations
$4 prescription program offers a 30 day supply of covered medications for $4, and a 90 day supply for $10 (Generics only). Proof of citizenship not required.
Target

www.target.com/pharmacy

Prescription program offers a 30 day supply of covered medications for $4, and a 90 day supply for $10 (Generics only). Call your local Target for covered medications. No application necessary. Proof of citizenship not required.
Together Rx Access
800-250-2839
www.togetherrxaccess.com

Free prescription discount program providing discounts on generic medications and over 300 brand name medications for individuals without prescription coverage. Income limits apply (<45,000/1 person). No documentation of any kind required.
Valley of the Sun Discount RX Card
602-495-2195
http://phoenixchamber.com/member-benefits/save-money/prescription-drug-discount

The Greater Phoenix Chamber of Commerce is proud to offer all residents of Phoenix and surrounding areas access to a FREE DISCOUNT HEALTH SAVINGS CARD. Simply download and print a free card to receive savings of up to 75% on prescriptions at pharmacies around the country. All prescriptions processed through the program are completely confidential. This program has "LOWEST PRICE" logic to guarantee that you pay the lowest price on your prescriptions (you pay the lower of a discount off the Average Wholesale Price-AWP, a discount calculated off MAC Pricing, or the Pharmacy Promotional/Retail price). You may create as many cards as you need. This card is pre-activated and can be used immediately.
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Walgreens Savings Club
866-922-7312
www.walgreens.com

Provides savings on over 5,000 brand name and generic prescriptions, as well as offer a 30 day supply of covered medication for $10, and a 90 day supply of covered medications for $12. Annual fee of $20. Sign up at your local Walgreens Pharmacy. View details at https://webapp.walgreens.com/MYWCARDWeb/servlet/walgreens.wcard.proxy.WCardInternetProxy/RxSavingsRH.
Wal-Mart Pharmacy

www.walmart.com/cp/4-Prescriptions-Program/

$4 prescription program offers a 30 day supply of covered medications for $4, and a 90 day supply for $10. Proof of citizenship not required.
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ResourceDescription
Access 2 Wellness (Janssen)
866-317-2276
www.access2wellness.com

Provides access to a variety of Prescription Assistance Programs (including Risperdal Consta), and can assist the person in determining which program may suit their needs.
AIDS Drug Assistance Program (ADAP)

http://www.azdhs.gov/phs/hiv/adap/index.htm

Offers assistance to low-income individuals living with HIV who have limited or no insurance coverage in order to have access to medications. Co-pay assistance is available to those who have private insurance, Medicare, Employer based insurance, or insurance through the Federally Facilitated Marketplace (FFM).
Arizona 2-1-1 (Community Information & Referral)
2-1-1
211Arizona.org

Provides information and referrals for various community resources 24 hours a day/7 days a week.
AstraZeneca PAP
800-424-3727
http://www.astrazeneca-us.com/help-affording-your-medicines/

Free medication (Seroquel, Toprol) provided on a case-by-case basis based on eligibility requirements.
Bristol-Myers Squibb Patient Assistance Foundation, Inc.
800-736-0003
http://www.bmspaf.org/

Provides free medication (including Abilify) to indigent patients who qualify.
Coast to Coast Rx Card
800-931-8872
http://coast2coastrx.com/phoenix/

Offers a free discount prescription card. The city’s free Prescription Drug Discount Card partnership has saved residents more than $700,000 in less than six months, with an average savings of 57 percent off retail prices. Anyone can use the card at almost every pharmacy in the U.S., and people can use it as many times as they need. There is no paperwork, fee or expiration date for the discount card. The biggest benefit is for people who are uninsured or underinsured, seniors in the Medicare “donut hole” or people with high prescription deductibles.
Copper Rx Card
800-770-8014
www.rxamerica.com/az_discount_home.htm

Provides a discount (15%-55%) on psychiatric and medical medications for all Arizonans who apply for the card. There is no eligibility or fee for enrollment.
Cover Arizona

http://coveraz.org/

Offers updates, tools, links and news about the Health Insurance Marketplace and Medicaid.
Federal Wellness Card

http://www.federalwellnesscard.com/

Provides discount prescription services in the form of Patient Assistance Program in conjunction with a number of value added health benefits, including discounts on dental, vision, hearing and of course, prescription medication all through a single point of contact.
GSK for You
866-475-3678
http://www.gskforyou.com/10_programs.htm

Offers 10 programs to assist individuals in obtaining their prescription medication.
Lilly TruAssist
1-855-559-8783
www.lilly.com

Provides free medication (Cymbalta, Prozac, Zyprexa, Strattera) to eligible patients. Applications will be denied due to medication coverage provided by the RBHA, but recipients can appeal based on financial hardship.
Please contact the service providers directly for information about any of the services listed. Contact Southwest Network,
HelpBook@SouthwestNetwork.org, only to report an incorrect listing or to suggest a resource that could be added to the directory. Thank you.

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Maricopa County Discount Card Program
877-231-2652
www.maricopa.gov

This free discount card offers discounts (usually about 20%) on covered medications at numerous pharmacies throughout Maricopa County. No enrollment form or membership fee.
Medicare Extra Help
800-772-1213
www.socialsecurity.gov/extrahelp

Offers prescription assistance for individuals on Medicare with limited resources.
Merck Helps
800-727-5400
http://www.merck.com/responsibility/pap-information.html

Provides assistance to individuals at or below 400% Federal Poverty Level without prescription coverage access their Merck medications.
Needy Meds

www.needymeds.org

Online web portal offering information on healthcare and prescription assistance programs, with an easy to use medication search option.
Novartis Patient Assistance Foundation
800-277-2254
http://www.pharma.us.novartis.com/info/about-us/our-patient-caregiver-resources/index.jsp

Provides assistance to patients experiencing financial hardship who have no third party insurance coverage for their medications. Must be a U.S. resident and be able to provide proof of income and lack of coverage.
Partnership for Prescription Assistance
602-548-8508
www.pparx.org

Offers free assistance to qualifying individuals to find prescription assistance programs that will meet their needs.
Pfizer Helpful Answers
866-706-2400
www.pfizerhelpfulanswers.com

Offers a number of patient assistance programs to assist individuals in obtaining their medications.
Rx Outreach
800-769-3880
http://www.rxoutreach.org/

Offers affordable medication (over 400 medications included in the discount program) to those who qualify (<$32,670/yr for individual).
RxAssist
401-729-3284
www.rxassist.org

Online database to find Prescription Assistance Programs for your medications.
The Salvation Army
602-267-4122
www.salvationarmyusa.org

Provides assistance with food, rent payments, utility payments, transportation costs, prescription costs, hygiene supplies, counseling, clothing, and other emergency assistance for individuals and families in need. Programs located throughout the valley.
Together Rx Access
800-250-2839
www.togetherrxaccess.com

Free prescription discount program providing discounts on generic medications and over 300 brand name medications for individuals without prescription coverage. Income limits apply (<45,000/1 person). No documentation of any kind required.
Please contact the service providers directly for information about any of the services listed. Contact Southwest Network,
HelpBook@SouthwestNetwork.org, only to report an incorrect listing or to suggest a resource that could be added to the directory. Thank you.

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TRICARE
877-298-3408
www.tricare.mil

Provides military families and survivors a national mail order program and retail pharmacy program to get prescription medications for $3/generic or $9/brand.
Valley of the Sun Discount RX Card
602-495-2195
http://phoenixchamber.com/member-benefits/save-money/prescription-drug-discount

The Greater Phoenix Chamber of Commerce is proud to offer all residents of Phoenix and surrounding areas access to a FREE DISCOUNT HEALTH SAVINGS CARD. Simply download and print a free card to receive savings of up to 75% on prescriptions at pharmacies around the country. All prescriptions processed through the program are completely confidential. This program has "LOWEST PRICE" logic to guarantee that you pay the lowest price on your prescriptions (you pay the lower of a discount off the Average Wholesale Price-AWP, a discount calculated off MAC Pricing, or the Pharmacy Promotional/Retail price). You may create as many cards as you need. This card is pre-activated and can be used immediately.
Veteran's Administration
602-277-5551 X7455
www.va.gov
www.nationalresourcedirectory.gov
Provides 8 levels of eligibility for medical coverage, including mental health coverage. Also offers an online resource directory.
Please contact the service providers directly for information about any of the services listed. Contact Southwest Network,
HelpBook@SouthwestNetwork.org, only to report an incorrect listing or to suggest a resource that could be added to the directory. Thank you.

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ResourceDescription
Native American Connections
602-252-2865
www.nativeconnections.org

Provides high-quality, safe, subsidized (30% of income) supportive housing to individuals with a long term disability, making at least $12,000/year, and currently homeless or facing homelessness. Also offers safe, affordable, independent and multi-family housing options.
Native Health
602-279-5262 x3205 (Adults)


Offers 12-week Anger Management groups for adults ($180) and teens ages 13 - 17 ($5/session). Program will teach individuals how to manage anger effectively, stop violence or the threat of violence, and develop self control over thoughts and actions. Also offers a variety of free community health education events - topics include home safety, car seats, parenting classes, fathers mentoring, and HIV/AIDS (schedule and topics change monthly, call for details).
Native Health Community Health Center
602-279-5262
www.nativehealthphoenix.org

Low cost medical and dental care. Also offers mental health services, substance abuse services, and women’s services. Free transportation available. Also offers free HIV testing for the community. Call for locations and times.
Native Health West Community Health Center
602-279-5351


Provides medical care on a sliding fee scale based on eligibility.
Please contact the service providers directly for information about any of the services listed. Contact Southwest Network,
HelpBook@SouthwestNetwork.org, only to report an incorrect listing or to suggest a resource that could be added to the directory. Thank you.

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ResourceDescription
Adelante Healthcare
877-809-5083
http://www.adelantehealthcare.com/

Provides low cost health care to those without insurance. No proof of citizenship required. Multiple locations throughout the valley.
Agua Fria Food & Clothing Bank
623-932-9135
www.azfoodbanks.org
405 E. Harrison Dr.
Avondale, AZ 85323
Free food and clothing resource open from 8:30 am – 2 pm Monday through Thursday, and 8:30 am – 12:30 pm on Friday. No proof of citizenship required.
Alex & Gaxiola Law Firm
602-971-1775
www.criminallawaz.com

Offers a free legal consultation for any legal issue.
Andre House
602-255-0580
www.andrehouse.org
213 S. 11th Ave.
Phoenix, AZ 85007
Offers transitional housing for men and women; call 602-252-9023 between 10:15am and 12pm on Tuesday or Wednesday, or between 8am and 9:30am on Saturday to schedule an interview. Offers a nightly meal Saturday through Thursday between 5:30pm and 6:30pm. Offers a clothing closet for adult clothes on Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday at 10am, and on Saturday at 1pm. Offers showers at 1pm Monday through Thursday, and at 12:30pm on Saturday. Offers free laundry services on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday. Drop off one load at 10am on Monday, Tuesday or Thursday, and at 1pm on Saturday. Clothing will be washed, dried, and folded, and ready for pick up in the afternoon. Also offers locker rentals for $10 key deposit and $2/month; office is open Monday through Thursday from 3:30pm to 4:30pm. Proof of citizenship not required, but ID required for some services.
Arizona 2-1-1 (Community Information & Referral)
2-1-1
211Arizona.org

Provides information and referrals for various community resources 24 hours a day/7 days a week.
Arizona Dental Association
480-344-5777
http://www.azda.org/docs/default-source/important-documents/community-dental-clinics.pdf?sfvrsn=6
http://www.azda.org/docs/default-source/important-documents/community-dental-clinics.pdf?sfvrsn=6
Offers a free telephonic and online dentist referral system. Provides information on all reduced fee clinics in Arizona. No proof of citizenship required.
Arizona Food Banks
800-445-1914
www.azfoodbanks.org

Provides free resources for securing free food. Assists with locating local food banks. Verification of citizenship not required.
Avondale Family Dental Center
623-932-3344
www.mihs.org
950 E. Van Buren St.
Avondale, AZ 85323
Offers discounted dental care; must apply for and be denied AHCCCS coverage to qualify. No proof of citizenship required.
Banner Behavioral Health
602-254-4357
www.bannerhealth.com

Offers inpatient and outpatient substance abuse and mental health services, and offers both a Basic Financial Assistance Program and an Enhanced Financial Assistance Program (4-6 week wait list). No proof of citizenship required. Also provides access to all Banner facilities to determine inpatient bed availability. Also offers free support groups on a wide range of topics.
Benefits Checkup

www.benefitscheckup.org

Multiple websites (www.azcaa.org; www.arizonaselfhelp.org) to check eligibility for various federal, state, and local assistance programs.
Bright Innovative Generation
gmartinez30@cox.net

6750 N. 7th Ave
Phoenix , AZ 85013
Free ESL classes for refugees and/or immigrants in the Phoenix Area. Offered Monday through Thursday from 5:30 - 9:30pm. Classes offered for various levels. Child care provided. Please call Gerald for more information or an appointment.
Please contact the service providers directly for information about any of the services listed. Contact Southwest Network,
HelpBook@SouthwestNetwork.org, only to report an incorrect listing or to suggest a resource that could be added to the directory. Thank you.

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ResourceDescription
Buckeye Outreach for Social Services (BOSS)
623-386-6365


Offers jobs to underemployed and unemployed individuals, job and life training, computer training, after school programs, GED classes and testing, free diaper and clothing bank, free 90-day medical equipment lending for youth and adult, drug and alcohol classes, parenting and youth counseling. In addition, it offers community garden with gardening beds (4 x 10) available for rent at $50/year.
CARE Partnership
480-833-8987
http://carepartnership.org/index.php
466 South Bellview Street
Mesa, AZ 85204
Provides a variety of free community programs including uninsured health and dental care, youth programs, education programs, food bank, community revitalization, community gatherings, and English as a Second Language classes on Saturdays at 10:30 for $5/registration fee. ESL classes are designed for Spanish speaking population. No proof of citizenship required.
Centro de la Familia
623-247-0464


Outpatient behavioral health care including prescription of psychiatric medications. $100/initial 2 hour visit, $100/initial visit with prescribing NP; $40/all subsequent visits. No proof of citizenship required.
Chandler Community Action
480-963-4321

650 N. Arizona Ave.
Chandler, AZ 85225
Offers clothing and food box referrals for walk-ins Monday through Thursday from 8am - 10:30am. Offers assistance with utilities and past due rent; must come in and fill out an application Monday through Thursday 8am - 5pm. Verification of citizenship not required. Closed Friday.
Clinica Adelante
623-386-1630 West Valley
www.adelantehealthcare.com

Offers discounted and sliding scale fee medical and dental care, and is accepting new patients.
Community Health Centers
602-344-8181
www.mihs.org

Offer discounted medical care with a sliding scale option. Locations throughout Maricopa County. No proof of citizenship required.
CopaCare
602-344-1015
www.mihs.org

Financial assistance option for uninsured residents of Maricopa County seeking medical care. This resource will assist you in applying for AHCCCS, and then CopaCare if you do not qualify for AHCCCS. No proof of citizenship required.
Desert Vista Outpatient (at Maricopa Medical Center)
480-344-2000
www.mihs.org
2601 E. Roosevelt St.
Phoenix, AZ 85008
Provides medication and counseling services for $40/first visit, $25/visit with medication, and $10/visit without medication. Frequency of visits dependent on doctor recommendations. No insurance accepted. Provides up to 1 year of therapy.
Farmer's Market Distribution


2737 W. Southern Ave., #8
Tempe, AZ 85282
Free fruits and vegetables available to the general public. No identification or qualifiers. Available the first Saturday of every month from 9am – 11am. Must bring your own bag or box.
Food City
602-267-7201
http://www.myfoodcity.com/index.php?Section=locations

$4 prescription program offers a 30 day supply of covered medications for $4, and a 90 day supply for $10. Proof of citizenship not required.
Food Value Club
602-415-5474
www.firstfoodbank.org

Purchase food boxes (pantry and perishable items) at a 30-50% discount off retail price. No income or identification requirements.
Please contact the service providers directly for information about any of the services listed. Contact Southwest Network,
HelpBook@SouthwestNetwork.org, only to report an incorrect listing or to suggest a resource that could be added to the directory. Thank you.

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ResourceDescription
Glendale Family Health Center and Dental Clinic
623-344-6789
www.mihs.org

Offers discounted and sliding scale fee schedule medical and dental care. Must apply for and be denied AHCCCS to qualify. No proof of citizenship required.
Health Care for the Homeless
602-372-2100
www.maricopa.gov
220 S. 12th Ave.
Phoenix, AZ
Free health care for homeless individuals on a walk in basis. Proof of citizenship not required. Offers referrals to Circle the City for assistance with Specialty Health Care, Vision Services, Specialized Mental Health Counseling, Housing Assistance, and General Assistance for the homeless as needed.
Health Resources and Services Administration

findahealthcenter.hrsa.gov

Federally funded health centers that provide health care regardless of insurance, and based on a sliding scale (ability to pay) fee schedule. Verification of citizenship not required.
Herbert K Cummings Community Center
623-772-2760


Provides family activities, including back to school clothing for children, household items, supplemental canned food, domestic violence assistance, and referrals for counseling. Also offers ESOL and literacy classes. Proof of citizenship not required.
International Rescue Committee Well-Being Centers
602-433-2440 x219
http://www.rescue.org

Provides services and referrals for individuals classified as refugees.
John C. Lincoln Health Network Desert Mission
602-331-5792
http://www.jcl.com/content/desertmission/default.htm
9201 N. 5th St.
Phoenix, AZ 85020
Provides a Children’s Learning Center (ages 6 weeks to 12 years) and Adult Day Care Center (over 50) with limited sliding scale fee options. Will work with individuals and families to determine eligibility for other programs that may pay for services. Offers emergency food boxes (6 per calendar year) to individuals and families in need in their service area. Also offers a Food Pantry for low cost perishable and non-perishable groceries for individuals and families in their service area. Offers a dental clinic for uninsured children on a sliding scale fee schedule. Offers a medical clinic for uninsured families and individuals on a sliding scale fee schedule. The Behavioral Health clinic offers limited sliding scale fee options. Offers free homebuyer education classes to anyone, as well as additional independent housing assistance programs for qualifying individuals. No proof of citizenship required for any of the programs.
Magic Smiles
602-253-6600
http://www.magicsmiles.org/
1701 E. Thomas Road, #204
Phoenix, AZ 85016
Provides professional dental care to children, teens, and adults at discounted prices to those without dental insurance. No proof of citizenship necessary.
Maricopa County Department of Public Health
602-506-6900
www.maricopa.gov

Provides over 30 programs including immunizations, HIV prevention/treatment, fitness, nutrition, dental, family planning, and education to make Maricopa County a healthier place. Many programs have sliding scale fee options. Proof of citizenship not required.
Mission of Mercy
602-486-7798
http://www.amissionofmercy.org/

Provides free medical health care and prescriptions for patients in multiple rotating locations throughout the valley. Patients cannot have insurance or be eligible for AHCCCS. No proof of citizenship or income required. Call for location and hours of operation.
Mosaic Elder Refugee Program
602-264-4357
http://www.aaaphx.org/ELDER+REFUGEE

Provides assistance with citizenship, socialization, housing, benefits, and other resources to refugees over 60 years old in Maricopa County.
Mountain Park Clinics
602-243-7277
www.mountainparkhealth.org

Offers discounted and sliding scale fee medical and dental health care. Proof of citizenship not required.
Please contact the service providers directly for information about any of the services listed. Contact Southwest Network,
HelpBook@SouthwestNetwork.org, only to report an incorrect listing or to suggest a resource that could be added to the directory. Thank you.

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ResourceDescription
Neighborhood Christian Center
602-258-6008
www.thechristianclinic.org
1929 W. Fillmore, #C
Phoenix, AZ 85009
Provides sliding scale fee for service medical and dental care to qualifying individuals. Must go to the clinic to become a new patient. The clinic is open Monday and Thursday from 12:30pm - 9pm, and Tuesday and Friday from 8:30am - 5pm. Proof of citizenship not required.
Omega Counseling
602-495-9306

5800 N. 19th Ave., #110
Phoenix, AZ 85015
Provides individual and group counseling on a variety of issues including domestic violence, substance abuse, and anger management. Fees are $90/hour for individual counseling, and $15-$20/session for group therapy (2 hour sessions). No verification of citizenship required.
Phoenix Neighbors Helping Neighbors
westphoenixneighbors@hotmail.com
http://www.facebook.com/pages/Phoenix-Neighbors-Helping-Neighbors/129573963723797?ref=mf

Community Outreach program to offer free clothing, toys, and personal items. This is a place where you can trade your items, without having to worry about money. (A lot of parents come to trade their kids' outgrown clothes and toys for bigger ones.) This is also a place where those who have been blessed, can donate their things. And also for those who are truly in need, to come and get what they need. Must make appointment through e-mail.
Phoenix Rescue Mission
602-233-3000
Phoenixrescuemission.org

Offers three free meals a day (7am, 12pm, 5pm) for anyone, and shelter services for adult men. Offers daily showers for men, women, and children, spiritual support, e-mail, and voicemail services. Phoenix Rescue Mission is also a safe day labor pick up station. Must show proof of residence and identity. Proof of citizenship not required. Also offers a substance abuse program for adult men.
Refugee Health
602-506-6650
http://www.maricopa.gov/PublicHealth/Services/Refugee/default.aspx
1645 E. Roosevelt St.
Phoenix, AZ 85006
Offers refugees health screenings and testing for communicable illness and conditions, including tuberculosis and HIV . Copies of medical records may also be requested.
St. Mary's Foodbank Alliance
602 242-3663
http://www.firstfoodbank.org/

Provides food to those who need it through the valley food banks. Also offers additional assistance on budgeting and other financial resources available in the community. Verification of citizenship not required.
The Cultural Cup
602-266-8370
www.culturalcup.com
537 E. Osborn Road
Phoenix, AZ 85012
Provides free canned food on the third Wednesday of every month from 11:30am - 2pm, and a free mobile pantry on the third Saturday of every month at 8am. Bring your own bag or box. Also offers food boxes, and diabetic food boxes. Provides a free medical clinic for those without insurance every Saturday from 10am - 2pm (no pain medications or OB/GYN). No proof of citizenship required, must bring ID of some kind.
The National Domestic Violence Hotline
800-799-7233
http://www.thehotline.org/

Hotline advocates are available for victims and anyone calling on their behalf to provide crisis intervention, safety planning, information and referrals to agencies in all 50 states. Information is offered in both English and Spanish. Offers information on the Violence Against Women Act, which allows domestic abuse victims to pursue citizenship if they are married to their abuse, if the abuse is a U.S. citizen or legal resident, and if the victim assists law enforcement.
Together Rx Access
800-250-2839
www.togetherrxaccess.com

Free prescription discount program providing discounts on generic medications and over 300 brand name medications for individuals without prescription coverage. Income limits apply (<45,000/1 person). No documentation of any kind required.
Trinity Broadcasting Network of Arizona
602-273-1479


Provides food boxes Monday through Thursday from 1pm - 3pm. Must make an appointment and have photo ID. No proof of citizenship required. Closed until November 22, 2010.
Unlimited Potential
602-243-7376
www.upaz.org

Offers literacy and educational programs for Hispanic women and children age 5 and under including a bilingual family literacy program; adult education programs covering self-esteem, literacy, and English; and early childhood programs fostering language and socialization. There is a $150 fee, ($20 returnable at end of course) for the GED course. Also offers bilingual support groups. No proof of citizenship required.
Please contact the service providers directly for information about any of the services listed. Contact Southwest Network,
HelpBook@SouthwestNetwork.org, only to report an incorrect listing or to suggest a resource that could be added to the directory. Thank you.

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US Immigration Support
646-233-3836
http://www.usimmigrationsupport.org/

U.S. Immigration Support can help you save on legal fees by providing the latest U.S. Immigration news and application procedures so you can submit your own application without the assistance of an immigration lawyer. Offers information on the U-Visa for immigrants who are the victims of crimes.
Wesley Health Center
602-257-4323


Provides medical health care services on a sliding scale fee schedule (lowest charge is $30/consult). No proof of citizenship required.
Youth Evaluation and Treatment Valley Clinical Services
480-661-1075
http://www.youthetc.org/

Provides outpatient behavioral health services to include medication management, individual adult and child counseling services, eating disorder treatment, and substance abuse treatment with a sliding scale fee option. Multiple valley locations. No proof of citizenship required.
Please contact the service providers directly for information about any of the services listed. Contact Southwest Network,
HelpBook@SouthwestNetwork.org, only to report an incorrect listing or to suggest a resource that could be added to the directory. Thank you.

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ResourceDescription
Animal Guardian Network
480-488-9298
https://www.animalguardiannetwork.org/

Offers temporary pet food assistance for those in need. Also offers a program to assist with the cost of emergency veterinary care. The pet must be spayed or neutered.
AZ Furry Friends
azfurryfriends@gmail.com
http://azfurryfriends.org/

Rescues stray, abandoned and abused cats and dogs and provides socialization and rehabilitation to these animals so they can be adoptable and find their forever families. Recently started a Homeless People's Pet Project to provide dog and cat food for the pets of homeless individuals in Maricopa County.
Lost Our Home Pet Foundation
602-230-4357
http://www.lostourhome.org/our-services/

Offers services aimed to help families and individuals keep and care for their pets. Services include a Furry Friends Food Bank, Furry Friends Foster Program, and Rescue Assistance. Proof of financial need will be required.
Please contact the service providers directly for information about any of the services listed. Contact Southwest Network,
HelpBook@SouthwestNetwork.org, only to report an incorrect listing or to suggest a resource that could be added to the directory. Thank you.

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ResourceDescription
Aid to Women Center
480-966-1902
http://aidtowomencenter.org/
2039 S. Mill Ave.
Tempe, AZ 85282
Provides free pregnancy tests, and an array of low cost pregnancy and prenatal services. They also offer education and support for women and families experiencing unplanned pregnancy, education on abortion procedures and risks, adoption awareness, STD and abstinence education, post abortion support and healing, medical assessment, medical services and referrals.
AmeriPsych
602-728-0630
ameripsych.org

Offers low cost family counseling services, as well as parenting classes and other family support services.
Arizona 2-1-1 (Community Information & Referral)
2-1-1
211Arizona.org

Provides information and referrals for various community resources 24 hours a day/7 days a week.
Arizona Center for Responsible Fathers
602-234-3941 x28

700 West Campbell Ave., #3
Phoenix, AZ 85013
Offers free 1 and 2 day responsible father classes weekly to fathers over the age of 18. Graduates receive a certificate and gift card. Also offers free economic stability (job assistance) and behavior modification classes.
Arizona Child Care Resource & Referral
800-308-9000
www.azchildcare.org

Provides free information about community trainings and resources for child care providers and the early childhood community via telephone or online search.
Arizona Marriage & Family Therapy Clinic
480-282-8778
www.azmftclinic.com
6100 W. Gila Springs Place, Suite 19
Chandler, AZ 85226
Offers individual, couple, premarital, family, and group counseling services at affordable rates (starting at $35/hour).
Arizona Phoenix Baptist Children's Services
602-346-2300
www.abcs.org

Offers low cost ($40 - $80/session) counseling to children and adults. Also offers an array of workshops, parenting classes, and resources.
Benevilla & First Things Family Resource Center
623-207-6016
www.benevilla.org

Resource specialists at the Family Resource Center provide free parenting classes, a free lending library, and other free resources for families living in the west valley.
Buckeye Outreach for Social Services (BOSS)
623-386-6365


Offers jobs to underemployed and unemployed individuals, job and life training, computer training, after school programs, GED classes and testing, free diaper and clothing bank, free 90-day medical equipment lending for youth and adult, drug and alcohol classes, parenting and youth counseling. In addition, it offers community garden with gardening beds (4 x 10) available for rent at $50/year.
Care 1st Avondale Resource Center
623-333-2703


Provides human and housing services including assistance with benefits, tutoring in English and literacy, citizenship classes, employment assistance, parenting classes and teen pregnancy support, and various other resources and workshops. Multiple social service agencies are housed in this location; each has their own eligibility criteria. Please call for details. Do not have to be a resident of Avondale to access these services.
Catholic Charities Community Services
602-285-1999
www.catholiccharitiesaz.com
4747 N. 7th Ave.
Phoenix, AZ 85013
Offers a wide array of community services, including individual counseling on for a sliding scale fee, and free pregnancy counseling.
Please contact the service providers directly for information about any of the services listed. Contact Southwest Network,
HelpBook@SouthwestNetwork.org, only to report an incorrect listing or to suggest a resource that could be added to the directory. Thank you.

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ResourceDescription
Center for Hope
480-461-1711
www.communitybridges.org

Provides residential and comprehensive support services for homeless pregnant women dealing with substance abuse issues, including counseling, parenting classes, health classes, and more.
Chandler Christian Church
480-963-3997 (Larry)
www.chandlercc.org

Offers a number of different support groups and programs including Anxiety Support Group, Career Networking, Divorce Care ($15), Divorce Care for Kids ($12), Grief Share ($15), Hope Keepers (Chronic Illness/Disability Support), The Waiting Room (Support for families of people with same sex attraction), and Women in Transition. Most are free. Call Larry for more details.
Family Learning Center
602-344-1352
http://www.mihs.org/services-and-programs/flceducation-classes

Offers an array of information and resources, as well as free fun and health-focused classes and activities Most activities open to all community members; many activities focused on children and youth.
Family Resource Center
480-834-9424
http://www.childcrisis.org/index.html
817 N. Country Club Dr.
Mesa, AZ
Offers a wide variety of free or low cost classes and activities for parents and children, including anger management. Offers a Dads Support group on the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of the month from 6pm – 7:30pm. Also offers a Dads of Children with Special Needs Support Group on the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of the month at the same time. Please call before you attend.
Florence Crittenton - Girls Ranch
602-274-7318
www.flocrit.org
715 West Mariposa Street
Phoenix AZ 85013
Florence Crittenton Girls Ranch helps at risk girls and young women who are dealing with abuse, neglect, teen pregnancy and/or behavioral health. They provide a safe place where they can discover their strengths and self-worth and get community support.
Healthy Families
602-266-5976 x5200
http://www.swhd.org/how-we-help/health-and-development/healthy-families

A community-based, family-centered, voluntary home visitation program serving at risk prenatal families and families with newborns through age five. The infant must be under three months of age at enrollment into the program as services are focused primarily on prevention through education and support in the homes of new parents.
Healthy Start
602-304-1166
http://www.maricopa.gov/PublicHealth/programs/HealthyStart/

Offers free perinatal case management services, health education events and learning opportunities to women and their families in South Phoenix and Maryvale.
Jesus Cares Ministries
480-831-1737
http://jesuscares4u.org/

Provides a women’s home for pregnant and parenting teens for almost with a short and long term live in maternity program. Also offers an Affordable Housing Program for young married couples with up to two children or elderly couples on a fixed income. Referral from a Pastor and an initial phone screen interview are required to begin the application process.
LDS Family Services
800-537-2229
www.providentliving.org

Offers free substance abuse and sexual addiction support groups, and crisis pregnancy counseling. Also offer mental health counseling for a fee of $120/initial assessment and $80/session thereafter. Also offers community resources and referrals.
My Child's Ready
480-304-9440
www.childcrisis.org

Provides free information, support, and education about your child’s development for expecting parents or parents of children ages 0-5 in Mesa, Gilbert, and Queen Creek.
Native Health
602-279-5262 x3205 (Adults)


Offers 12-week Anger Management groups for adults ($180) and teens ages 13 - 17 ($5/session). Program will teach individuals how to manage anger effectively, stop violence or the threat of violence, and develop self control over thoughts and actions. Also offers a variety of free community health education events - topics include home safety, car seats, parenting classes, fathers mentoring, and HIV/AIDS (schedule and topics change monthly, call for details).
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New Horizons Counseling Service
623-939-6567
www.newhorizonscounselingservice.org
5062 W. 19th Ave., #102
Provides individual and family counseling and education services with sliding scale fee option. Services include general counseling, substance abuse treatment, domestic violence counseling, parenting education and skills training, anger management treatment, and sexual offender treatment.
NP Care Family Planning Clinic
602-523-9275

500 N. 3rd Street
Phoenix, AZ
Offers pap smears and some STD testing, as well as birth control on a sliding scale fee schedule (dependent on income and number of people living in the home). No proof of citizenship required.
Parent Education and Support Group (MIKID)
602-253-1240
www.mikid.org
2642 E. Thomas Rd.
Phoenix, AZ 85016
1st Saturday of each month. Please call before you attend.
Parent Education/Support Group
602-288-0155
www.familyinvolvementcenter.org
1430 E. Indian School Rd., #110
Phoenix, AZ
The Family Involvement Center offers a free support group for parents on the 2nd and 4th Thursday of each month. Please call before you attend.
Parental Stress Hotline
800-632-8188


Provides telephonic assistance and support for parents.
Parental Stress Hotline
800-632-8188


Provides telephonic assistance and support for parents.
Parents as Teachers
480-388-3292
http://www.azpartnershipforchildren.org/parentsAsTeachers.htm

Offers free Parent Educator services for families with a child age birth to five. Services include home visits, resource and referral, group meetings (with free childcare), and child screenings.
Phoenix Christian Counseling Associates
602-548-8508
www.pcca-az.org
3101 W. Peoria Ave., #101
Phoenix, AZ 85029
Provides a full range of affordable, professional, Biblically-based counseling services. Offers reduced fee services based on income and has a “scholarship” assistance program. Also offers bilingual services.
Phoenix Nurse Family Partnership
602-224-1740


Offers free home visits by a Registered Nurse (RN) for women pregnant with their first child. The RN provides health and development education, life coaching, assistance locating appropriate resources, and prenatal education. Services continue through the child's second birthday.
Planned Parenthood Hotline
602-277-7526
www.plannedparenthood.org

Provides information and referral to local Planned Parenthood resources.
Teen Outreach Pregnancy Services (TOPS)
480-668-8800
www.teenoutreachaz.org
931 E. Southern Ave., Suite 101
Mesa, AZ
Provides a free education based program for pregnant and parenting teens, 21 and under. Teens are given healthy pregnancy classes, childbirth classes, parenting classes, support group and special events. Dedicated Case Managers follow the teens for up to a year following the birth of their baby making sure that they have the best possible outcomes.
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Text4Baby
Text BABY to 511411
www.text4baby.org

Offers free text-length text health messages containing personal and timely health information and resources for pregnant moms. Messages are timed to the due date, and continue through the first year of the baby's life. Text4Baby works with most cell phone carriers, so all messages are free and do not count toward any text message limits.
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ARCH
602-230-2226
www.archaz.org/sp_menu.htm
1550 W. Colter St.
Phoenix, AZ 85015
Arizona Recreation Center for the Handicapped – Provides free therapeutic recreation activities, education and wellness programs, socialization opportunities, and basic living skills for individuals with physical or mental handicaps.
Arizona 2-1-1 (Community Information & Referral)
2-1-1
211Arizona.org

Provides information and referrals for various community resources 24 hours a day/7 days a week.
Glendale Adult Center
623-930-4323
http://www.glendaleaz.com/adultcenter/index.cfm

Offers a wide range of low cost ($2-$10) educational, recreational, and healthy living classes, groups, and activities. Also offers a daily hot lunch for $2.50 or $3.50.
Magellan Cares

MagellanHealth.OrgAction.com

Offers an online portal of volunteer activities offered through Magellan Health Services in Maricopa County.
Tempe Public Library
480-350-5511
www.tempe.gov/library
3500 S. Rural Road
Tempe, AZ
Free computer classes offered every Saturday with instruction about the Internet, e-mail, Microsoft Word, and social networking. The library also offers a wide array of information monthly about free events and resources in the community.
YMCA
602-404-9622
www.valleyymca.org

Provides free health assessments, fitness classes, child care while working out, and senior programs with a membership. Also offers reduced fee children’s programming. Rates start around $40/month, with some sliding scale options for income limited individuals/families.
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ResourceDescription
AARP Arizona
866-389-5649
www.aarp.org

Provides information and referrals for services and advocacy for seniors.
Aging Services of Arizona
602-230-0026
www.azaha.org

Offers a full continuum of referrals for long-term care, housing, and other senior services.
Alzheimer's Association
800-272-3900
http://www.alz.org/dsw/

Offers a 24 hour/day free helpline to provide information, caregiving tips, emotional support, and information and referrals for local resources. Also offers a variety of support groups and online message board support forums.
American Association of Suicidology
800-273-8255
http://www.suicidology.org

Offers resources and educational materials about suicide. Provides local resources, including information about survivors of suicide support groups.
American Foundation for Suicide Prevention
1-800-273-8255
http://www.afsp.org

Provides information on suicide statistics, suicide prevention, suicide awareness community and activities, and suicide prevention and education resources.
American Red Cross Grand Canyon Chapter
602-336-6660
www.arizonaredcross.org
6135 N BlackCanyon Hwy.
Phoenix, AZ 85015
Provides relief to victims of disaster as well as helps people prevent, prepare for and respond to emergencies.
Area Agency on Aging
602-264-2255
www.aaaphx.org
1366 E. Thomas Rd., #108
Phoenix, AZ 85014
Provides various programs to improve the lives of seniors, as well as available community resources.
Arizona 2-1-1

http://cir.org/

Community Information and Referral Services serves as Arizona’s key source of integrated information that brings people and services together to meet vital needs. It is our vision that all Arizonans are easily connected to available health and human services in their communities.
Arizona 2-1-1 (Community Information & Referral)
2-1-1
211Arizona.org

Provides information and referrals for various community resources 24 hours a day/7 days a week.
Arizona Alliance for Community Health Centers
602-253-0090
http://www.aachc.org/what-is-a-healthcare-center/health-centers/
700 E. Jefferson St., Ste. 100
Phoenix, AZ 85034
The Arizona Alliance for Community Health Centers (AACHC) is the Primary Care Association (PCA) for the State of Arizona. All states have one designated PCA to advance the expansion of Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs) and advocate for the health care interests of the medically underserved and uninsured.
Arizona Assistive Technology Exchange

http://www.azatexchange.org

Online resource for used assistive technology, adapted and durable medical equipment. Some items are no cost, although some may have a price or best offer.
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Arizona Center for Disability Law
602-274-6287
http://www.acdl.com/
5025 E. Washington St.
Phoenix, AZ 85034
Designated protection and advocacy system in Arizona. Call Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, or Friday from 9am - 1pm for an intake if you have an advocacy question or concern.
Arizona Child Care Resource & Referral
800-308-9000
www.azchildcare.org

Provides free information about community trainings and resources for child care providers and the early childhood community via telephone or online search.
Arizona Community Action Association
602-604-0640
www.azcaa.org
http://www.arizonaselfhelp.org/
Provides information and referrals for community resources, including all Community Action Programs (CAPs). CAPs can provide case management, emergency assistance, food boxes, assistance with rent and utilities, financial assistance, eviction prevention, resources and referrals, and employment assistance. Also offers a web-based program to determine what state paid benefits you may qualify to receive.
Arizona Department of Health Services/Division of Behavioral Health Services
602-364-4558
www.azdhs.gov/bhs/index.htm
150 N. 18th Ave.
Phoenix, AZ 85007
State governing agency for behavioral health services. Offers an easy to use flow-chart website (http://www.azdhs.gov/bhs/pdf/WhatToDoWhenConcernedFlowchart.pdf) designed to provide information and resources for behavioral health services in Arizona.
Arizona Firearm Injury Prevention Coalition
480-946-1971
www.afipc.org
PO Box 1809
Phoenix, AZ 85001
Arizona Firearm Prevention Coalition is a non-profit corporation dedicatedto the prevention of firearm injuries, including homicides, suicides, and accidents in children and young people.
Arizona Smoker's Helpline
800-556-6222
www.ashline.org

Free telephone and web-based coaching services to help people quit tobacco. Medication cessation assistance also available.
Arizona Spinal Cord Injury Association
602-507-4209
www.azspinal.org
5025 E. Washington St. STE #110
Phoenix, AZ 85034
The Arizona Spinal Cord Injury Association is a nonprofit organization dedicated to enhancing the lives of individuals with spinal cord injuries. Our goal is to promote physical, intellectual, spiritual, emotional and social recovery. The Association focuses on peer support, family support, and education of consumers, families, caregivers and professionals. We also link consumers and families with vocational, social and recreational resources, and offer accessible transportation services, as well as a number of support groups throughout the valley.
Arizona Stigma Reduction Committee
877-464-1015
http://www.azdhs.gov/bhs/StigmaReduction.htm

Provides free resources, educational programs, advocacy materials, and information to support people with mental health and substance use challenges within their own communities, and encourage them to seek and maintain treatment when it is needed.
ArizonaSERVES

www.azdes.gov/arizonaserveshome.aspx

Online database for finding community resources for foster care, childcare, family resources, and transportation resources.
AZ Links

www.azlinks.gov

Online resource for seniors and individuals with disabilities. Provides information and referrals for services.
Cancer Resources
800-813-4673
http://www.cancercare.org/financial

Offers limited financial assistance to people affected by cancer. Funding is available for transportation, home care and child care.
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Caregiverlist

http://www.caregiverlist.com/

A national senior care referral and career website providing daily costs of nursing homes nationwide, nursing home ratings, quality standards, professional caregiver and certified nursing aide career center, and by-state senior care contacts, benefits, and laws.
Choices in Recovery
800-526-7736
http://www.choicesinrecovery.com/

Offers support and information for Schizophrenia, Schizoaffective, and Bipolar Disorder. The webside offers education, resources, and strategies for success. Caregiver resources are also available.
Colorectal Cancer Screening
1-888-257-8502
http://www.azdhs.gov/hsd/healthcheck/locations/index.php?pg=maricopa

Locations for eligibility determination and enrollment listed by county. Offers toll-free hotlines as an additional resource.
Community Bridges East Valley Access Point
877-931-9142

358 E. Javelina Avenue, Suite 101
Mesa, AZ 85210
Offers an Access Point to behavioral health services including assessment, brief intervention, and coordination of ongoing care through contracted network providers. Also offers a Transition Point (Level III time-limited residential treatment, 3-5 days) for individuals who need targeting overnight support or transition planning back to the community.
Community Exchange
623-217-3013
www.magellanofaz.com/CommunityExchange/

Web based system that enables anyone in Maricopa County to seek and share resources.
CONTACTS Shelter Hotline
602-263-8900


Shelter referrals 24 hours a day/7 days a week.
Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance
800-826-3632
www.dbsalliance.org.

Offers referrals for support groups, counseling services, medication services, and many other support services/materials.
Disability Help Center
888-418-8860
www.ssdHelpCenter.org
530 E. McDowell Rd., Unit 107 - 619
Phoenix, AZ 85004
Provides assistance in obtaining Social Security Disability Benefits, and referrals for necessary resources. They assist with the application process, appeals process, or preparing for a hearing before an Administrative Law Judge.
Disability.gov

https://www.disability.gov/

Provides comprehensive information on disability programs and services in communities nationwide. The site links to more than 14,000 resources from federal, state and local government agencies; academic institutions; and nonprofit organizations. Provides disability resources for housing, education, employment, and more.
Don't get Dropped Arizona

www.dontgetdroppedaz.org

Provides information and resources to healthcare providers, interested community groups, and individuals to assist AHCCCS members in renewing their AHCCCS coverage on time every time. The webiste includes a list of community organizations willing to assist individuals with the AHCCCS application and renewal process.
Eldercare
800-677-1116
http://www.eldercare.gov

Offers online and telephonic assistance to link individuals with services for the elderly and aging population.
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ResourceDescription
Foundation for Senior Living
602-285-1800
http://www.fsl.org/index.html
1201 E. Thomas Road
Phoenix, AZ 85014
Offers a variety of programs, including Adult Day Care, Home Care, Affordable Housing, and Home Improvements. Most services offered on a fee-for-service pay structure, and based on income. Also offers free referrals and information on resources for seniors.
Health Initiative Resources (DBHS)

http://www.azdhs.gov/bhs/qhi/qhiarchive.htm

The Division of Behavioral Health Services maintains an archive of health issues, information, materials and other resources specifically designed to help people struggling with mental health issues.
HealthyPlace

www.healthyplace.com

HealthyPlace.com is the largest consumer mental health site, providing comprehensive, trusted information on psychological disorders and psychiatric medications from both a consumer and expert point of view. They have an active mental health social network for support, online psychological tests, breaking mental health news, mental health videos, documentary films, a live mental health tv show, unique tools like the "mediminder" and more.
Indigent Burial Services (Maricop County Public Fiduciary)
(602) 506-5801
http://www.maricopa.gov/PubFid/CIB.aspx

The Indigent Burial Program assists in determining the proper final arrangements for decedents when there is lack of family involvement and/or income and resources are limited. Both the deceased, and the next of kin must financially qualify.
John F. Long Family Services Center
602-262-6510
www.phoenix.gov

Provides a broad range of services to promote self-sufficiency for adults and families. Examples of assistance include budgeting, social and life-skills development, counseling and direct services. Also offers rental and utility assistance in crisis situations. Other emergency services are provided as center resources allow. Also provides one free bus ticket with a letter from employer indicating next pay day.
Keogh Health Connection
602-749-4185
http://www.keoghhealthfoundation.org/index.html

Provides resources to the community for low income uninsured and underserved people.
Lighthouse Women's Resource Center
480-733-7348
www.wopim.org
460 S. Country Club Dr.
Mesa, AZ 85210
Strengthen women by providing a network of adequate resources and special programs. Services include: Career Empowerment Center, Daycare, Library, Community Resource Assistance, Computer Skills classes, GED classes, mentoring, legal consultant, and Abundant Life classes. Also seeking volunteers.
Low Cost Health Clinics

http://www.maricopa.gov/publichealth/services/std/pdf/LowCostClinics.pdf

A list of clinics offering low cost health care and services though out the state of Arizona.
M.I.K.I.D. (formerly Mental Health America of Arizona)
480-994-4407 x10
www.mhaarizona.org

Assists people in navigating the mental health system in Arizona.
Medline Plus

http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/druginformation.html

Provides information on prescription drugs and over the counter medications, including side effects, dosage, special precautions, and more.
Mental Health Arizona
480-994-4407
http://mentalhealthaz.org/

Mental Health Arizona is a website providing links to free mental health peer support group information and resources within Maricopa County. All groups are sponsored by the Mental Health Guild.
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Mercy Maricopa Integrated Care of Arizona
800-564-5465
http://www.mercymaricopa.org/
4350 E. Cotton Center Blvd., Bldg. D
Phoenix, AZ 85040
Provides information on county covered behavioral health services. Individuals or families can call to request an assessment/intake for behavioral health services.
National Alliance on Mental Illness
602-244-8166
www.namiaz.org
5025 E. Washington St.
Phoenix, AZ
Offers multiple support groups, educational programs, and seminars for recipients and family or friends throughout the valley.
National Institute of Mental Health
866-615-6464
http://www.nimh.nih.gov

Offers information and resources on mental health issues, including research and clinical trial information. Offers a link to find local resources.
National Resource Center on ADHD
800-233-4050
www.help4adhd.org

The nation's clearinghouse for science-based information about all aspects of attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).
not MY kid
602-652-0163
http://www.notmykid.org/home.aspx
5230 E. Shea Blvd., #100
Scottsdale, AZ
Offers local resources including drug testing information, support group information, and crisis information, as well as educational materials to help parents and young adults make informed choices to avoid destructive behavior.
SAMHSA's National Mental Health Information Center
800-789-2647
www.mentalhealth.samhsa.gov

Provides information on local mental health and substance abuse services.
Scottsdale Youth and Family Services
480-312-7922

4201 N. Hayden Rd.
Scottsdale, AZ 85251
Provides free resources and referrals for counseling services.
Seeds for Autism

http://seedsforautism.org/about/
711 N. 15th Ave.
Phoenix, AZ. 85007
SEEDs For Autism is a Phoenix based, vocational training program dedicated to teaching autistic/asperger adults across the spectrum, a multitude of job skills related to the arts. The diverse art skills are taught in a user friendly classroom setting, allowing for each participant to be themselves, among their peers.
SHARE
866-891-2392
www.sharecancersupport.org

Offers a support hotline for women diagnosed with breast or ovarian cancer. Website also provides information and resources, as well as online support.
Social Security and Disability Resource Center

http://www.ssdrc.com/

Provides information on the federal disability benefit programs, SSD (social security disability, mandated under title II of the social security act) and SSI (supplemental security income, mandated under title 16), in addition to answering questions about social security retirement benefits and providing resource links on topics such as medicare. The SSDRC is published, edited, and maintained by Tim Moore, a former disability claims examiner for the social security administration's disability determination services (DDS), as well as a former caseworker with a background in many federal assistance programs, including medicaid for disabled adults.
Southwest Human Development
602-266-5976
http://www.swhd.org/
2850 N. 24th Street
Phoenix, AZ 85008
Offers a free Birth to Five helpline open Monday through Friday from 8am to 8pm; staffed by RNs and Social Workers. Offers advice and referrals for any questions related to children ages birth to five. Also offers a free Fussy Baby Program to any parent with a child under 1 year of age residing in Maricopa County.
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Sunnyslope Family Services Center
602-495-5229
http://phoenix.gov/HUMANSERVICES/famserv.html

Provides a broad range of services to promote self-sufficiency for adults and families. Examples of assistance include budgeting, social and life-skills development, counseling and direct services. Also offers rental and utility assistance in crisis situations. Other emergency services are provided as center resources allow.
Tempe Public Library
480-350-5511
www.tempe.gov/library
3500 S. Rural Road
Tempe, AZ
Free computer classes offered every Saturday with instruction about the Internet, e-mail, Microsoft Word, and social networking. The library also offers a wide array of information monthly about free events and resources in the community.
Text4Baby
Text BABY to 511411
www.text4baby.org

Offers free text-length text health messages containing personal and timely health information and resources for pregnant moms. Messages are timed to the due date, and continue through the first year of the baby's life. Text4Baby works with most cell phone carriers, so all messages are free and do not count toward any text message limits.
The National Caregiver Support Line
855-260-3274
http://www.caregiver.va.gov/

Provides information regarding new caregiver benefits, referrals to local caregiver support coordinators as well as emotional support to those concerned with their ability to provide care to loved ones who are Veterans.
The Salvation Army
602-267-4122
www.salvationarmyusa.org

Provides assistance with food, rent payments, utility payments, transportation costs, prescription costs, hygiene supplies, counseling, clothing, and other emergency assistance for individuals and families in need. Programs located throughout the valley.
Together AZ
602-684-1136
http://togetheraz.com/

Provides information and resources to assist with addictions issues. Also hosts a yearly "Art of Recovery" Expo to offer free education, resources, and solutions for addiction recovery and behavioral health.
Travis L. Williams Family Service Center
602-534-4732
www.phoenix.gov
4732 S. Central Ave.
Phoenix, AZ
Provides a broad range of services to promote self-sufficiency for adults and families. Examples of assistance include budgeting, social and life-skills development, counseling and direct services. Also offers rental and utility assistance in crisis situations. Other emergency services are provided as center resources allow.
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AARP Arizona
866-389-5649
www.aarp.org

Provides information and referrals for services and advocacy for seniors.
AARP Foundation Senior Community Service Employment Program (SCSEP)
602-841-0403
http://www.aarpworksearch.org/pages/SCSEP.aspx

Helps unemployed job seekers, age 55 years and older, improve their skills, obtain training and find a job. Income eligibility requirements apply, but are individualized.
About Care
480-802-2331
www.aboutcare.org

Free transportation for home bound adults living in the East Valley to get to medical or social appointments.
AgeWorks
602-241-6159


Offers a paid training assignment to seniors over the age of 55 to allow them to improve their skills and gain work experience and self-confidence to assist them in entering the workforce.
Aging Services of Arizona
602-230-0026
www.azaha.org

Offers a full continuum of referrals for long-term care, housing, and other senior services.
Alzheimer's Association
800-272-3900
http://www.alz.org/dsw/

Offers a 24 hour/day free helpline to provide information, caregiving tips, emotional support, and information and referrals for local resources. Also offers a variety of support groups and online message board support forums.
Area Agency on Aging
602-264-2255
www.aaaphx.org
1366 E. Thomas Rd., #108
Phoenix, AZ 85014
Provides various programs to improve the lives of seniors, as well as available community resources.
Arizona 2-1-1 (Community Information & Referral)
2-1-1
211Arizona.org

Provides information and referrals for various community resources 24 hours a day/7 days a week.
Arizona Senior Citizen's Law Project
602-252-6710

1818 S. 16th St.
Phoenix, AZ 85034
Offers free information and legal assistance to seniors over 60 in Maricopa County. Call on Wednesdays between 1pm and 4:30pm.
AZ Links

www.azlinks.gov

Online resource for seniors and individuals with disabilities. Provides information and referrals for services.
Banner Olive Branch Senior Center
623-974-6797

11250 N. 107th Ave.
Sun City, AZ 85351
Senior center with recreational and socialization activities, hot lunches, home delivered meals, mental health counseling, employment placement services, and legal assistance for seniors.
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Benevilla
623-584-4999
www.benevilla.org

Home support services available to those with limited resources by volunteers. Services include friendly visits, telephone calls, grocery shopping, handyman services, and transportation. They also offer assistance locating resources to meet specific needs.
Bliss Charities
602-996-5593


Educates families on senior care options, and provides information and referrals for senior services.
Caregiverlist

http://www.caregiverlist.com/

A national senior care referral and career website providing daily costs of nursing homes nationwide, nursing home ratings, quality standards, professional caregiver and certified nursing aide career center, and by-state senior care contacts, benefits, and laws.
Cashion Community Center
623-333-2700


Offers socialization activities for adults over 60, and meals for $1 to $3.
East Valley RIDE Choice
480-962-7433
www.valleymetro.org

Provides senior citizens (65+) and persons with disabilities living in Chandler, Gilbert, Mesa, and Tempe transportation options outside of regular Valley Metro services. Program options include Coupons for Cabs, Taxi Vouchers, Circulators, Mesa Mileage Reimbursement, and Volunteer Driver Program (Chandler/Gilbert).
Eldercare
800-677-1116
http://www.eldercare.gov

Offers online and telephonic assistance to link individuals with services for the elderly and aging population.
Foothills Caring Corps
480-488-1105
http://foothillscaringcorps.com/

Offers free in home services (including visits, meals, business help, and minor home repair) and transportation services (including social outings, grocery transportation, and medical appointment transportation) to homebound and/or disabled adults in North Scottsdale (85255 north of Bell Rd, 85262), Carefree (85377), Cave Creek (85327, 85331), and Carefree Highway to I-17 (85085, 85086).
Foundation for Senior Living
602-285-1800
http://www.fsl.org/index.html
1201 E. Thomas Road
Phoenix, AZ 85014
Offers a variety of programs, including Adult Day Care, Home Care, Affordable Housing, and Home Improvements. Most services offered on a fee-for-service pay structure, and based on income. Also offers free referrals and information on resources for seniors.
Gene Rice Senior Center
602-257-0700


Senior independent living facility run by Chicanos por la Causa.
Glendale Adult Center
623-930-4323
http://www.glendaleaz.com/adultcenter/index.cfm

Offers a wide range of low cost ($2-$10) educational, recreational, and healthy living classes, groups, and activities. Also offers a daily hot lunch for $2.50 or $3.50.
Goodwill of Arizona Senior Community Service Employment Program
602-535-4000
www.goodwillaz.org

Provides an opportunity for participants over the age of 55 to learn and practice new work skills while earning minimum wage.
Please contact the service providers directly for information about any of the services listed. Contact Southwest Network,
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John C. Lincoln Health Network Desert Mission
602-331-5792
http://www.jcl.com/content/desertmission/default.htm
9201 N. 5th St.
Phoenix, AZ 85020
Provides a Children’s Learning Center (ages 6 weeks to 12 years) and Adult Day Care Center (over 50) with limited sliding scale fee options. Will work with individuals and families to determine eligibility for other programs that may pay for services. Offers emergency food boxes (6 per calendar year) to individuals and families in need in their service area. Also offers a Food Pantry for low cost perishable and non-perishable groceries for individuals and families in their service area. Offers a dental clinic for uninsured children on a sliding scale fee schedule. Offers a medical clinic for uninsured families and individuals on a sliding scale fee schedule. The Behavioral Health clinic offers limited sliding scale fee options. Offers free homebuyer education classes to anyone, as well as additional independent housing assistance programs for qualifying individuals. No proof of citizenship required for any of the programs.
Mosaic Elder Refugee Program
602-264-4357
http://www.aaaphx.org/ELDER+REFUGEE

Provides assistance with citizenship, socialization, housing, benefits, and other resources to refugees over 60 years old in Maricopa County.
Santa Rosa Center
602-242-2258
www.cplc.org

Multipurpose senior center run by Chicanos por la Causa that offers congregate meals and referrals for home delivered meals.
Senior Cab
602-801-1163
www.phoenix.gov

This program, offered by City of Phoenix, allows seniors 65 and over who live in Phoenix to buy discounted taxi coupons for 30% of their value. Seniors can buy up to 40 coupons ($1 value) per month at 70% subsidy, and an additional 40 coupons at 50% subsidy. All coupons will expire 6/30/2011.
Please contact the service providers directly for information about any of the services listed. Contact Southwest Network,
HelpBook@SouthwestNetwork.org, only to report an incorrect listing or to suggest a resource that could be added to the directory. Thank you.

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ResourceDescription
Alcohol & Drug Helpline
800-821-4357
wellplace.com
http://dasis3.samhsa.gov/PrxInput.aspx?detail=1
Offers drug and alcohol referrals 24 hours a day.
Alcohol Treatment Referral Line
800-252-6465
recoverynowtv.com

Offers national referral source to treatment programs.
Alcoholics Anonymous
602-264-1341


Referrals to local twelve step groups open to all.
Arizona 2-1-1 (Community Information & Referral)
2-1-1
211Arizona.org

Provides information and referrals for various community resources 24 hours a day/7 days a week.
Arizona Smoker's Helpline
800-556-6222
www.ashline.org

Free telephone and web-based coaching services to help people quit tobacco. Medication cessation assistance also available.
Banner Behavioral Health
602-254-4357
www.bannerhealth.com

Offers inpatient and outpatient substance abuse and mental health services, and offers both a Basic Financial Assistance Program and an Enhanced Financial Assistance Program (4-6 week wait list). No proof of citizenship required. Also provides access to all Banner facilities to determine inpatient bed availability. Also offers free support groups on a wide range of topics.
Behavioral Systems Southwest Tucson Transitional Housing Center
520-573-3111
http://behavioralsystemssouthwest.com/
6420 S. Park Avenue
Tucson, AZ 85706
Behavioral Systems Southwest, Inc. (BSS) has been providing clean and sober living environments to those in recovery since 1981; providing such to enable persons in recovery the opportunity to focus on recovery and remain out of the criminal justice system. The program provides a structured environment with 24 hour staff supervision and comprehensive case services to help the individual reintegrate into the community sober and with support.
Buckeye Outreach for Social Services (BOSS)
623-386-6365


Offers jobs to underemployed and unemployed individuals, job and life training, computer training, after school programs, GED classes and testing, free diaper and clothing bank, free 90-day medical equipment lending for youth and adult, drug and alcohol classes, parenting and youth counseling. In addition, it offers community garden with gardening beds (4 x 10) available for rent at $50/year.
Calvary Addiction Recovery Center
602-279-1468
www.calvarycenter.com
720 E. Montebello Ave.
Phoenix, AZ 85014
Faith based addiction treatment in a residential or outpatient setting. Detox services are $650/day, inpatient services are $400/day (30 day stay), and outpatient services are $180/session.
Celebrate Recovery

http://www.celebraterecovery.com/?page_id=62

Offers Christain based support meetings to help people obtain freedom from their hurts, hang-ups, and habits. Multiple meetings times/places in Arizona.
Center for Hope
480-461-1711
www.communitybridges.org

Provides residential and comprehensive support services for homeless pregnant women dealing with substance abuse issues, including counseling, parenting classes, health classes, and more.
Please contact the service providers directly for information about any of the services listed. Contact Southwest Network,
HelpBook@SouthwestNetwork.org, only to report an incorrect listing or to suggest a resource that could be added to the directory. Thank you.

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ResourceDescription
Chandler Christian Church Celebrate Recovery
480-963-3997
www.chandlercc.org

Christian based program for recovery including 12 step meetings, worship, and guest speakers. Group meets on Friday nights from 7 – 9 pm, dinner is offered at 6 pm ($3). Free childcare is provided.
Christian Living Center, Inc.
480-831-1212
www.christiancounselingarizona.com
2111 E. Baseline Rd., #C8
Tempe, AZ 85283
Offers Christian substance abuse and mental health counseling for a variety of issues for $110/hour, with a sliding scale fee option dependent upon situation. Also offers marriage and family counseling.
Cocaine Anonymous Sun Valley Intergroup
602-279-3838
www.caarizona.com

Provides valley wide NA meeting information.
Community Bridges
602-273-9999 Phoenix
www.communitybridgesaz.org

Offers voluntary medical detoxification services.
Community Bridges East Valley Access Point
877-931-9142

358 E. Javelina Avenue, Suite 101
Mesa, AZ 85210
Offers an Access Point to behavioral health services including assessment, brief intervention, and coordination of ongoing care through contracted network providers. Also offers a Transition Point (Level III time-limited residential treatment, 3-5 days) for individuals who need targeting overnight support or transition planning back to the community.
Community Bridges Pathway to Hope
877-931-9142

824 N. 99th Ave.
Avondale, AZ
Offers an Access Point to behavioral health services including assessment, brief intervention, and coordination of ongoing care through contracted network providers. Also offers a Transition Point (Level III time-limited residential treatment, 3-5 days) for individuals who need targeting overnight support or transition planning back to the community.
Crossroads
602-281-6574
http://www.thecrossroadsinc.org/

Offers transitional living for men and women in recovery from substance abuse. Rates are $112/week and $175/week depending on location.
Destiny House
602-639-2442


Faith based transitional housing for men and women seeking recovery from addiction. 12-step based; $100/week with $25 intake fee. Fees include christian counseling, and job search search assistance.
Drug & Alcohol Hotline
866-925-4030
alcoholhotline.com

Offers information about alcohol abuse and referrals for getting help in your community.
Faces & Voices of Recovery
202-737-0690
www.facesandvoicesofrecovery.org
1010 Vermont Ave., #708
Washington, DC 20005
Provides an online database of available community resources for addiction recovery. Also offers information and articles about recovery.
La Fronterra/EMPACT - SPC
480-784-1500 (Crisis)
www.empact-spc.com

Provides 24 hours a day/7 days a week crisis response for behavioral health crisis situations and a Sexual Assault hotline.
Please contact the service providers directly for information about any of the services listed. Contact Southwest Network,
HelpBook@SouthwestNetwork.org, only to report an incorrect listing or to suggest a resource that could be added to the directory. Thank you.

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ResourceDescription
LDS Family Services
800-537-2229
www.providentliving.org

Offers free substance abuse and sexual addiction support groups, and crisis pregnancy counseling. Also offer mental health counseling for a fee of $120/initial assessment and $80/session thereafter. Also offers community resources and referrals.
Narcotics Anonymous
480-897-4636
www.arizona-na.org

Provides information for local twelve step groups open to all.
National Institute on Drug Abuse Hotline
800-662-4357
www.nida.nih.gov

Offers information and referrals for addiction, treatment, and recovery.
Native Health Community Health Center
602-279-5262
www.nativehealthphoenix.org

Low cost medical and dental care. Also offers mental health services, substance abuse services, and women’s services. Free transportation available. Also offers free HIV testing for the community. Call for locations and times.
New Horizons Counseling Service
623-939-6567
www.newhorizonscounselingservice.org
5062 W. 19th Ave., #102
Provides individual and family counseling and education services with sliding scale fee option. Services include general counseling, substance abuse treatment, domestic violence counseling, parenting education and skills training, anger management treatment, and sexual offender treatment.
New Wine 12-Step Recovery & Support Group
602-678-0999


Offers Christian based 12-step recovery and support groups for adults dealing with addictions issues, as well as anger/rage, sexual issues, abuse, dependency, eating disorders, and relationship issues. Group meets on Tuesdays from 7:30 – 9:30 pm. Please call before you attend.
Omega Counseling
602-495-9306

5800 N. 19th Ave., #110
Phoenix, AZ 85015
Provides individual and group counseling on a variety of issues including domestic violence, substance abuse, and anger management. Fees are $90/hour for individual counseling, and $15-$20/session for group therapy (2 hour sessions). No verification of citizenship required.
Overcomers Addiction Recovery Support Group
602-268-1201


Provides a Christian based 12-step support group for individuals and families affected by addictions.
Phoenix Christian Counseling Associates
602-548-8508
www.pcca-az.org
3101 W. Peoria Ave., #101
Phoenix, AZ 85029
Provides a full range of affordable, professional, Biblically-based counseling services. Offers reduced fee services based on income and has a “scholarship” assistance program. Also offers bilingual services.
Phoenix Dream Center
602-346-8700
www.phxdreamcenter.org

Offers a free 15 month faith-based residential recovery program for men and women, shelter and other assistance to victims of human trafficing, hunger relief program to single mothers and families living below the poverty level, affordable living for working single men and women, and a neighborhood revitilization program.
Phoenix Indian Medical Center
602-263-1200

4212 N. 16th St.
Phoenix, AZ 85016
Offers outpatient substance abuse treatment and mental health counseling, as well as inpatient medical services for Native Americans belonging to a federally recognized tribe.
Please contact the service providers directly for information about any of the services listed. Contact Southwest Network,
HelpBook@SouthwestNetwork.org, only to report an incorrect listing or to suggest a resource that could be added to the directory. Thank you.

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ResourceDescription
Scottsdale Youth and Family Services
480-312-7922

4201 N. Hayden Rd.
Scottsdale, AZ 85251
Provides free resources and referrals for counseling services.
SMART Recovery

http://www.smartinphoenix.org/

Offers free, self-empowering, science-based mutual help groups for abstaining from any substance or activity addiction. Seven weekly meetings in the Phoenix area; see website for details.
Standing Strong Teen Program
602-424-2060
www.nativeconnections.org

Offers a 12 week outpatient and community based substance abuse treatment program with a focus on minority teens.
Stonewall Institute
602-535-6468
www.stonewallinstitute.com
2720 E. Thomas Rd.
Phoenix, AZ 85016
Provides safe and confidential services for adults with psychiatric and addictions issues. Accepts private insurance, or $125/hour, but willing to consider financial circumstances.
The Potter's House
602-254-9701
http://www.thepottershousesacenter.org/

Offers outpatient substance abuse treatment, including individual, family, and group counseling. They work with the criminal justice system and offer sex offender treatment. Payment options include AHCCCS, BlueCross BlueShield, and self-pay (rates vary from $20/group session and $40/individual session to $194 for a psychiatric evaluation).
Together AZ
602-684-1136
http://togetheraz.com/

Provides information and resources to assist with addictions issues. Also hosts a yearly "Art of Recovery" Expo to offer free education, resources, and solutions for addiction recovery and behavioral health.
Together We Stand
602-299-7291


Sober living facility to assist men with recovery from alcohol and drugs. $110/week includes cable and all utilities, but no meals. Willing to accept men without money up front and assist in locating employment. Required to complete 90 meetings in 90 days. Must have ID and proof of citizenship.
Transitional Living Centers, TLC
1-866-646-2138
http://www.transitionalliving.org/index.html
Multiple Locations
Phpoenix, Glendale, Mesa, AZ
Provides half-way house, substance-abuse recovery services for homeless addicts.
Valley Hospital
602-952-3939 (intake)
http://www.valleyhospital-phoenix.com/
3550 E. Pinchot Ave.
Phoenix, AZ 85018
Valley Hospital is a private freestanding hospital specializing in mental health and chemical dependency care, and offers inpatient, outpatient, and partial hospitalization programs for adults. Valley Hospital also offers a free initial mental health and chemical dependency assessment and referral services for adults. Most major insurance accepted; no sliding scale option.
VALYPAA
480-236-9928
www.valypaa.com

Provides an opportunity for young people in AA to engage in fellowship with each other and provide service to their community. 
Youth Evaluation and Treatment Valley Clinical Services
480-661-1075
http://www.youthetc.org/

Provides outpatient behavioral health services to include medication management, individual adult and child counseling services, eating disorder treatment, and substance abuse treatment with a sliding scale fee option. Multiple valley locations. No proof of citizenship required.
Please contact the service providers directly for information about any of the services listed. Contact Southwest Network,
HelpBook@SouthwestNetwork.org, only to report an incorrect listing or to suggest a resource that could be added to the directory. Thank you.

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ResourceDescription
Arizona Suicide Prevention Coalition
(480)784-1514, ext 2750
http://www.azspc.org/

The most important step in prevention is the recognition of the many signs of suicide. Survivors, Professionals, Supporters and anyone who is interested in the issues surrounding suicide are invited to come into our site for additional information. Coalition meetings are held the second Tuesday of every month. Please call (480)784-1514, ext 2750 for more information.
Banner Behavioral Health
602-254-4357
www.bannerhealth.com

Offers inpatient and outpatient substance abuse and mental health services, and offers both a Basic Financial Assistance Program and an Enhanced Financial Assistance Program (4-6 week wait list). No proof of citizenship required. Also provides access to all Banner facilities to determine inpatient bed availability. Also offers free support groups on a wide range of topics.
Empact Suicide Prevention Center
480-784-1500
http://www.lafronteraarizona.org/
618 S. Madison Dr. Tempe, AZ 85281
Provides Crisis Response, Counseling, Psychiatry, Substance Abuse, Support Groups, Prevention, and Trauma Services to individuals and families.
Maricopa CRISIS Line
602-222-9444
www.maricopacrn.org

Offers 24 hours a day/7 days a week emergency crisis intervention response for behavioral health crisis situations.
National Hopeline Network
800-442-4673


Provides a free 24 hour hotline to anyone experiencing a crisis.
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
800-273-8255
www.suicidepreventionlifeline.org

Offers free 24 hour hotline available to anyone in suicidal crisis or emotional distress.
St. Luke's Medical Center
602-251-8535
www.stlukesmedcenter.com
1800 East Van Buren St.
Phoenix, AZ
Provides private hospitalization services for mental health and substance abuse issues. Also offers a variety of private pay/private insurance outpatient services.
Teen Lifeline
602-248-8336
www.teenlifeline.org

Offers a peer counseling suicide hotline from 3pm - 9pm daily. Also offers Life Skills Development Training for teens interested in becoming Peer Counselors. Awareness, education, and prevention material available to the community, as well as training opportunities.
Please contact the service providers directly for information about any of the services listed. Contact Southwest Network,
HelpBook@SouthwestNetwork.org, only to report an incorrect listing or to suggest a resource that could be added to the directory. Thank you.

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ResourceDescription
A Meeting of the Minds
602-718-6357

7510 N. 27th Ave.
Phoenix, AZ 85051
Free mental heatlh support group for anyone with a mental health issues who needs to meet for support due to losing benefits such as support groups at the adult care clinics. Starts August 18, 2010, and meets every Wednesday from 5:30pm - 7pm in room 204. Open to all. Call Harlie for more information.
A New Day (Depression)
480-994-4407 x10

9745 W. Peoria Ave.
Peoria, AZ 85345
Thursdays from 5:30pm – 7:30pm atWest Valley Center for Spiritual Living in the first floor meeting room. Please call before you attend.
Alcoholics Anonymous
602-264-1341


Referrals to local twelve step groups open to all.
American Association of Suicidology
800-273-8255
http://www.suicidology.org

Offers resources and educational materials about suicide. Provides local resources, including information about survivors of suicide support groups.
American Cancer Society, Great West Division
602-224-0524
www.cancer.org
4550 E. Bell Rd, Suite 126
Phoenix, AZ 85032
Funds Cancer Research, provides cancer prevention, advocacy and community education, and information and support services for cancer patients and family members.
American Heart Association
602-414-5353
www.americanheart.org
2929 S. 48th St
Tempe, AZ 85282
Provies cardiovascular disease and stroke prevention and research, as well as public and professionaleducation and information.
Arizona 2-1-1 (Community Information & Referral)
2-1-1
211Arizona.org

Provides information and referrals for various community resources 24 hours a day/7 days a week.
Arizona Council on Compulsive Gambling
602-212-0278
azccg.org

Provides referrals to local Gamblers Anonymous meetings.
Arizona Smoker's Helpline
800-556-6222
www.ashline.org

Free telephone and web-based coaching services to help people quit tobacco. Medication cessation assistance also available.
Arizona Spinal Cord Injury Association
602-507-4209
www.azspinal.org
5025 E. Washington St. STE #110
Phoenix, AZ 85034
The Arizona Spinal Cord Injury Association is a nonprofit organization dedicated to enhancing the lives of individuals with spinal cord injuries. Our goal is to promote physical, intellectual, spiritual, emotional and social recovery. The Association focuses on peer support, family support, and education of consumers, families, caregivers and professionals. We also link consumers and families with vocational, social and recreational resources, and offer accessible transportation services, as well as a number of support groups throughout the valley.
Avondale Support Group (All Mental Illnesses)
602-274-0068

328 W. Western Ave.
Avondale, AZ
1st & 3rd Mondays at 5:30pm. Please call before you attend.
Please contact the service providers directly for information about any of the services listed. Contact Southwest Network,
HelpBook@SouthwestNetwork.org, only to report an incorrect listing or to suggest a resource that could be added to the directory. Thank you.

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ResourceDescription
Banner Behavioral Health
602-254-4357
www.bannerhealth.com

Offers inpatient and outpatient substance abuse and mental health services, and offers both a Basic Financial Assistance Program and an Enhanced Financial Assistance Program (4-6 week wait list). No proof of citizenship required. Also provides access to all Banner facilities to determine inpatient bed availability. Also offers free support groups on a wide range of topics.
Being Heard (All Mental Illnesses)
480-994-4407 x10
www.mhaarizona.org
1400 S. Dobson Rd.
Mesa, AZ
Wednesdays from 7 – 9 pm in the Rosati Education Center Mesquite Room. Please call before you attend.
Bipolar Bears (Depression/Bipolar)
480-994-4407 x10
www.mhaarizona.org
1800 E. Van Buren St.
Phoenix, AZ 85006
Wednesdays from 7 – 9 pm at St. Luke’s Behavioral Health Center in the Behavioral Health Auditorium. Please call before you attend.
Bipolar Group (MIKID)
602-253-1240
www.mikid.org
2642 E. Thomas Rd.
Phoenix, AZ 85016
3rd Saturday from 5 – 7 pm. Please call before you attend.
Bipolar Support Group (GLBTQ Specific)
602-274-0068
www.bipolarwellnessnetwork.org
725 W. Indian School Rd. #125
Phoenix, AZ
Wednesdays at 2 pm at 1 Voice Community Center. Please call before you attend.
Buckeye Outreach for Social Services (BOSS)
623-386-6365


Offers jobs to underemployed and unemployed individuals, job and life training, computer training, after school programs, GED classes and testing, free diaper and clothing bank, free 90-day medical equipment lending for youth and adult, drug and alcohol classes, parenting and youth counseling. In addition, it offers community garden with gardening beds (4 x 10) available for rent at $50/year.
Calm Waters (Depression/Bipolar)
480-994-4407 x10
www.mhaarizona.org
10307 W. Coggins Drive
Sun City, AZ
Sundays from 4 – 6 pm at Menke's Sun City Room. Please call before you attend.
Care and Share (Family/Friends)
520-560-2545

1895 N. Trekell Rd.
Casa Grande, AZ
2nd and 4th Wednesdays from 6:30 – 8:30 pm. Please call before you attend.
Caregiver Support Groups (Benevilla)
623-584-4999
www.benevilla.org

Various groups offered at various times and locations.
Caregiver's Support Group
602-317-9391

3118 S. Price Rd.
Chandler, AZ 85248
Do you struggle with the stress of being a caregiver? You are not alone. Come join us in getting the support that you need to adequtely care for yourself and learn clinically proven techniques to reduce stress, anxiety, depression and imporve your relationships.
Caring Connections (Family/Friends)
602-953-0478

5631 E. Shea Blvd.
Phoenix, AZ
3rd Monday from 7 – 9 pm at The New Church of Phoenix. Please call before you attend.
Please contact the service providers directly for information about any of the services listed. Contact Southwest Network,
HelpBook@SouthwestNetwork.org, only to report an incorrect listing or to suggest a resource that could be added to the directory. Thank you.

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ResourceDescription
Caring Connections (Family/Friends)
480-883-8871

23514 S. Alma School Rd.
Sun Lakes, AZ
1st and 3rd Wednesdays from 10am – 12noon at Risen Savior Church. Please call before you attend.
Celebrate Recovery

http://www.celebraterecovery.com/?page_id=62

Offers Christain based support meetings to help people obtain freedom from their hurts, hang-ups, and habits. Multiple meetings times/places in Arizona.
Chandler Christian Church
480-963-3997 (Larry)
www.chandlercc.org

Offers a number of different support groups and programs including Anxiety Support Group, Career Networking, Divorce Care ($15), Divorce Care for Kids ($12), Grief Share ($15), Hope Keepers (Chronic Illness/Disability Support), The Waiting Room (Support for families of people with same sex attraction), and Women in Transition. Most are free. Call Larry for more details.
Chandler Christian Church Celebrate Recovery
480-963-3997
www.chandlercc.org

Christian based program for recovery including 12 step meetings, worship, and guest speakers. Group meets on Friday nights from 7 – 9 pm, dinner is offered at 6 pm ($3). Free childcare is provided.
Chandler Regional Hospital
877-728-5414


Offers a variety of free support groups (cancer, motherhood, and stroke), as well as a free 6 week grief program.
Choices in Recovery
800-526-7736
http://www.choicesinrecovery.com/

Offers support and information for Schizophrenia, Schizoaffective, and Bipolar Disorder. The webside offers education, resources, and strategies for success. Caregiver resources are also available.
Cocaine Anonymous Sun Valley Intergroup
602-279-3838
www.caarizona.com

Provides valley wide NA meeting information.
Co-Dependants Anonymous
602-277-7991
www.coda.org

Provides valley wide Co-Dependent Anonymous meeting information.
Community Alliance Against Family Abuse
480-982-0916
www.caafaaz.org

Provides safe housing, support groups, legal advocacy, and 1:1 empowerment sessions. No eligibility requirements.
Community Church of Joy Support Groups
623-561-0500 X251
www.joyonline.org
21000 N. 75th Ave.
Glendale, AZ 85308
Various support groups offered at Community Church of Joy.
COMPASS (East Valley) Support Group
602-241-1006
www.azspinal.org
1700 N Granite Reef Rd.
Scottsdale, AZ 85257
Meets the third Friday of each month from 2 pm to 4:30 pm at the Granite Reef Senior Center. Please contact Pauline for more information.
Please contact the service providers directly for information about any of the services listed. Contact Southwest Network,
HelpBook@SouthwestNetwork.org, only to report an incorrect listing or to suggest a resource that could be added to the directory. Thank you.

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ResourceDescription
Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance
800-826-3632
www.dbsalliance.org.

Offers referrals for support groups, counseling services, medication services, and many other support services/materials.
Evening Family Support Group (Family/Friends)
602-759-8177
http://www.namiaz.com/page45/index.html
28th St. & Devonshire (North of Indian School)
Phoenix, AZ
Meets the 1st and 3rd Wednesdays of the month from 6pm to 730pm. Open to all adults who have a family member or friend who is living with a mental illness, regardless of diagnosis. Share feelings, difficulties, or successes.
Families Giving Hope (Family/Friends)
480-238-5252 (Bret)
www.namiaz.org
311 S. Cooper Rd.
Gilbert, AZ
2nd and 4th Thursdays from 6:30 – 8:30 pm at First Methodist Church. Please call before you attend.
Families Giving Hope (Family/Friends)
520-560-2545
www.mhaarizona.org
2150 East Orange
Tempe, AZ
Every other Tuesday from 6:30 – 8:30 pm at Tempe Escalante Community Center in the La Paz Conference Room. Please call before you attend.
Families in Recovery
480-440-8405

262 E. University Dr.
Mesa, AZ
1st and 3rd Mondays from 6:30pm – 8pm at Terros. Please call before you attend.
Family & Consumer Social Evening (People living with mental illness)
602-953-0478
www.namiaz.org
5631 E. Shea Blvd.
Phoenix, AZ
3rd Monday of the month from 7pm - 9pm at New Church of Phoenix. Please call before you attend.
Family Involvement Center
602-288-0155
www.familyinvolvementcenter.org
5333 North 7th Street, Suite A-100
Phoenix, AZ 85014
Designed to assist and support families and caregivers to ensure children with emotional, behavioral, or mental health disorders succeed. They offer educational events, support groups, and resources. Topics change monthly. Call for updated information.
Family Resource Center
480-834-9424
http://www.childcrisis.org/index.html
817 N. Country Club Dr.
Mesa, AZ
Offers a wide variety of free or low cost classes and activities for parents and children, including anger management. Offers a Dads Support group on the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of the month from 6pm – 7:30pm. Also offers a Dads of Children with Special Needs Support Group on the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of the month at the same time. Please call before you attend.
Family Support Group (Glendale)
623-546-4011
www.namiaz.org
18699 N. 67th Ave. #105B
Glendale, AZ
2nd and 4th Thursdays from 6pm – 7:30pm at Arrowhead Hospital Sierra Room. Please call before you attend.
Family Support Group (Sun City West)
623-546-4011
www.namiaz.org
13658 Meeker Blvd.
Sun City West
3rd Friday from 1pm – 2:30pm at Shepherd of the Hills Church. Please call before you attend.
Finding Balance (Depression/Bipolar)
480-994-4407 x10
www.mhaarizona.org
18699 N. 67th Ave.
Glendale, AZ
Fridays from 4 – 6 pm at Arrowhead Physician’s Building in the Sierra Room. Please call before you attend.
Please contact the service providers directly for information about any of the services listed. Contact Southwest Network,
HelpBook@SouthwestNetwork.org, only to report an incorrect listing or to suggest a resource that could be added to the directory. Thank you.

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First Light (Depression/Bipolar)
480-994-4407 x10
www.mhaarizona.org
13724 W. Meeker Blvd.
Sun City, Phoenix
Tuesdays from 5:30 – 7:30 pm at Lord of Life Lutheran Church in room #1. Please call before you attend.
General Support Group
602-274-0068
www.bipolarwellnessnetwork.org
12030 N. 113th Ave.
Youngtown, AZ
Thursdays at 6:30 pm at The Fountains. Please call before you attend.
Graves Disease Support Group
877-643-3123 x101
http://www.ngdf.org/pages/11

Offers a support group for those affected by Graves' Disease. Support group meets the 3rd Saturday of every month at the Scottsdale Public Library, Mustang Branch, from 2:30 - 4pm. RSVP to Kimberly is appreciated.
Grief Share
800-395-5755
www.griefshare.org/findagroup/

Online database to find grief support groups in your area.
Guiding Light (Depression/Bipolar)
480-994-4407 x10
www.mhaarizona.org
10440 E. Via Linda
Scottsdale, AZ
Fridays from 3 – 4:45 pm at Via Linda Senior Center in Conference Room 8. Please call before you attend.
Hanging on Together (Anxiety/Bipolar/Depression)
480-994-4407 x10
www.mhaarizona.org
1400 S. Dobson Rd.
Mesa, AZ
Fridays from 7 – 9 pm at Banner Desert Medical Center in the Rosati Education Center Cholla Room. Please call before you attend.
HealthyPlace

www.healthyplace.com

HealthyPlace.com is the largest consumer mental health site, providing comprehensive, trusted information on psychological disorders and psychiatric medications from both a consumer and expert point of view. They have an active mental health social network for support, online psychological tests, breaking mental health news, mental health videos, documentary films, a live mental health tv show, unique tools like the "mediminder" and more.
Hospice of the Valley
602-636-5390
http://www.hov.org/grief_support_groups.aspx

Offers free grief support groups throughout the valley with multiple special support group topics.
M.I.K.I.D. (formerly Mental Health America of Arizona)
480-994-4407 x10
www.mhaarizona.org

Assists people in navigating the mental health system in Arizona.
Maricopa Workforce Connections (One Stop)
602-372-9748
www.maricopaworkforceconnection.com

Provides information and assistance to individuals looking for jobs or seeking training. Services include career centers and job search support. Some employment related support groups may also be available depending on location. Also offers a Virtual One Stop Center that offers online employment tools.
Men’s Disability Discussion Group
602-980-3232
www.azspinal.org
5025 E Washington St #110
Phoenix, AZ 85034
Meets the third Thursday of each month from 5:30 pm to 7 pm at the Disability Empowerment Center. Please call Don for more information.
Please contact the service providers directly for information about any of the services listed. Contact Southwest Network,
HelpBook@SouthwestNetwork.org, only to report an incorrect listing or to suggest a resource that could be added to the directory. Thank you.

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Mental Health Arizona
480-994-4407
http://mentalhealthaz.org/

Mental Health Arizona is a website providing links to free mental health peer support group information and resources within Maricopa County. All groups are sponsored by the Mental Health Guild.
MIKID
602-253-1240
www.mikid.org

Designed to provide support and assistance to families in Arizona with behaviorally challenged children. They offer educational events, support groups, and resources.
Military & Veteran's Peer Support Group
480-593-4630
www.phoenix.va.gov
215 E. Indian School Rd.
Phoenix, AZ 85012
Thursdays at 2 pm at the Phoenix VA Hospital, room D540. Please call before you attend.
Minds over Matter (Depression/Anxiety)
480-994-4407 x10
www.mhaarizona.org
1700 N. Granite Reef Rd.
Scottsdale, AZ
1st and 3rd Wednesdays from 4 – 5:30 pm at Granite Reef Senior Center in Room #9. Please call before you attend.
NAMI Family Support Groups
602-244-8166
http://www.namiaz.com/page45/index.html

Weekly support group for people living with depression, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, and other disorders. Meets for 90 minutes and offers a structured group process designed to encourage, support, and empower.
Narcotics Anonymous
480-897-4636
www.arizona-na.org

Provides information for local twelve step groups open to all.
National Alliance on Mental Illness
602-244-8166
www.namiaz.org
5025 E. Washington St.
Phoenix, AZ
Offers multiple support groups, educational programs, and seminars for recipients and family or friends throughout the valley.
NDMDA Depression & Bipolar Hotline
800-826-3632


Offers telephonic support and support group referrals. Phone lines available from 8:30am – 5pm Central Time.
New Dawn (General Mental Health)
480-994-4407 x10
www.mhaarizona.org
2255 W. Northern Ave., Suite B100
Phoenix, AZ
Tuesdays from 7 – 9 pm at PSA Behavioral Health Agency. Please call before you attend.
New Song Center for Grieving Children
480-951-8985
http://www.hov.org/new_song_center.aspx

Offers grief support for children, teens, young adults and parents or family caregivers. The center also offers grief education for caregivers, community groups, clergy, medical and mental health professionals.
New Wine 12-Step Recovery & Support Group
602-678-0999


Offers Christian based 12-step recovery and support groups for adults dealing with addictions issues, as well as anger/rage, sexual issues, abuse, dependency, eating disorders, and relationship issues. Group meets on Tuesdays from 7:30 – 9:30 pm. Please call before you attend.
Please contact the service providers directly for information about any of the services listed. Contact Southwest Network,
HelpBook@SouthwestNetwork.org, only to report an incorrect listing or to suggest a resource that could be added to the directory. Thank you.

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ResourceDescription
Obsessive Compulsive Disorders Group
480-994-4407 x10
www.mhaarizona.org
7575 E. Earl Drive
Scottsdale, AZ
2nd and 4th Thursdays from 7 – 9 pm at Banner Behavioral Health Center. Please call before you attend.
Overcomers Addiction Recovery Support Group
602-268-1201


Provides a Christian based 12-step support group for individuals and families affected by addictions.
Parent Education and Support Group (MIKID)
602-253-1240
www.mikid.org
2642 E. Thomas Rd.
Phoenix, AZ 85016
1st Saturday of each month. Please call before you attend.
Parent Education/Support Group
602-288-0155
www.familyinvolvementcenter.org
1430 E. Indian School Rd., #110
Phoenix, AZ
The Family Involvement Center offers a free support group for parents on the 2nd and 4th Thursday of each month. Please call before you attend.
PFLAG Phoenix
602-843-1404
http://www.pflagphoenix.org
2942 N. 24th St.
Phoenix, AZ
Provides support, education, and advocacy for parents, families, and friends of lesbians and gays. Offers a monthly support group meeting.
PTSD Group
480-994-4407 x10
www.mhaarizona.org
650 E. Indian School Rd.
Phoenix, AZ
Thursdays from 6 – 8pm at the VA in room K-112. Please call before you attend. Open to anyone with PTSD (not just vets).
SCI Women’s Support Group
602-507-4209
www.azspinal.org
5025 E Washington St #110
Phoenix, AZ 85034
Meets the second Tuesday of each month from 6:30 pm to 8 pm at the Disability Empowerment Center. Please call Karen for more information.
SHARE
866-891-2392
www.sharecancersupport.org

Offers a support hotline for women diagnosed with breast or ovarian cancer. Website also provides information and resources, as well as online support.
SMART Recovery

http://www.smartinphoenix.org/

Offers free, self-empowering, science-based mutual help groups for abstaining from any substance or activity addiction. Seven weekly meetings in the Phoenix area; see website for details.
Southwest Job Network
480-513-1491
www.southwestjobnet.com

Provides networking opportunities, skill building seminars, and other employment resources. Requests a donation for all meetings and seminars ($5).
St. Andrews Job Networking Group
602-738-0251
http://www.standrew-cfc.org/jobnetworking.php
3450 W. Ray Road
Chandler, AZ 85226
Provides a forum for job seekers to meet and share leads, contacts, and insights. The group meets every Wednesday morning from 9am to 11am.
Please contact the service providers directly for information about any of the services listed. Contact Southwest Network,
HelpBook@SouthwestNetwork.org, only to report an incorrect listing or to suggest a resource that could be added to the directory. Thank you.

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ResourceDescription
St. Patrick's Scottsdale Employment Support Ministry
480-650-3195
http://finance.groups.yahoo.com/group/st_patricks_scottsdale_employment_support_ministry/

Provides support, resource knowledge, and connections for successful employment transitions. Offers a bi-weekly networking meeting, and has an online yahoo group account.
Strength of Us
1-800-950-6264
http://strengthofus.org/

Offers an online support group and support resources for young adults with mental illness. Discussion topics include transition to adulthood, campus life, healthy relationships, education, and creativity.
Support Group (MIKID)
602-253-1240
www.mikid.org
2642 E. Thomas Rd.
Phoenix, AZ 85016
3rd Saturday of the month at 10am. Please call before you attend.
Taking Control (Depression/Bipolar)
480-994-4407 x10
www.mhaarizona.org
15220 N. 39th Avenue
Phoenix, AZ 85053
Tuesdays from 6 – 8 pm at Deer Valley Church, Room 2. Please call before you attend.
Talking Stick Support Group
602-319-9285

4520 N. Central Ave., #600
Phoenix, AZ
Meets Mondays from 6pm - 7:30pm. Gather to de-stress, strengthen your coping skills, share support, stories, dreams and goals. Bring a friend. No child care provided. No cost, this is free. Contact Julie Allison for details.
Teen Support Group (MIKID)
602-253-1240
www.mikid.org
2642 E. Thomas Rd.
Phoenix, AZ 85016
3rd Saturday of each month. Please call before you attend.
The New Song Center for Grieving Children

http://www.hov.org/welcome-new-song-center-grieving-children

When tragedy claims the life of a loved one, families often need help finding a way to heal. The New Song Center for Grieving Children is here to provide nurturing support for grieving children, teens, young adults and their families.
The Wellness Community
602-712-1006
www.twccaz.org
360 E. Palm Ln.
Phoenix, AZ 85004
Provides a wide array of support groups and support services for any individual affected by any type of cancer, including teen and adult survivors, caregivers, families, children, and friends of survivors. Proof of citizenship not required.
ThyCa Support Group
480-917-6930
http://www.thyca.org/index.htm
475 S. Dobson Road
Chandler, AZ 85224
Offers a support group for those affected by Thyroid Cancer. Support group meets the 2nd Thursday of each month from 6:30 - 8:30pm at the Cancer Center Lobby at Chandler Regional Medical Center. RSVP to Joan is appreciated.
Together AZ
602-684-1136
http://togetheraz.com/

Provides information and resources to assist with addictions issues. Also hosts a yearly "Art of Recovery" Expo to offer free education, resources, and solutions for addiction recovery and behavioral health.
Touchstone Family Connections
602-316-7134
http://www.touchstonebh.org/
15648 N. 35th Ave., Bldg C, CDJ Training Room
Phoenix, AZ 85053
Offers a family support group on the first Tuesday of each month from 6 pm to 7:30 pm. Offers an educational group on the third Tuesday of each month from 6 pm to 8 pm. Child care is available. Please RSVP before attending.
Please contact the service providers directly for information about any of the services listed. Contact Southwest Network,
HelpBook@SouthwestNetwork.org, only to report an incorrect listing or to suggest a resource that could be added to the directory. Thank you.

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Unlimited Potential
602-243-7376
www.upaz.org

Offers literacy and educational programs for Hispanic women and children age 5 and under including a bilingual family literacy program; adult education programs covering self-esteem, literacy, and English; and early childhood programs fostering language and socialization. There is a $150 fee, ($20 returnable at end of course) for the GED course. Also offers bilingual support groups. No proof of citizenship required.
VOICE (All Disabilities)
602-814-9717

5959 W. Brown St.
Glendale, AZ
2nd Tuesday from 2pm – 4pm at Glendale Main Library. Please call before you attend.
VOICE (West Valley) Support Group
602-814-9717
www.azspinal.org
Glendale Public Library
5959 W Brown Street
Meets the second Thursday of each month from 2 pm to 4 pm at the Glendale Public Library. Please contact Janene for more information.
Voices and Visions Phoenix
602-248-0368
http://renaz.org/voices/hearing-voices-network.html
202 E. Osborn Road
Phoenix, AZ
Meets every 1st & 3rd Tuesday from 6 pm to 7:30 pm. Open to anyone who hears voices, sees visions, or has unusual beliefs.
Y-ME Breast Cancer Support Group
480-323-1990

10460 N. 92nd St., #100
Scottsdale, AZ
Meets the 2nd Saturday of each month from 10am to 12pm at the Virginia G. Piper Cancer Center. Contact TexAnn for more information.
Please contact the service providers directly for information about any of the services listed. Contact Southwest Network,
HelpBook@SouthwestNetwork.org, only to report an incorrect listing or to suggest a resource that could be added to the directory. Thank you.

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ResourceDescription
A Meeting of the Minds
602-718-6357

7510 N. 27th Ave.
Phoenix, AZ 85051
Free mental heatlh support group for anyone with a mental health issues who needs to meet for support due to losing benefits such as support groups at the adult care clinics. Starts August 18, 2010, and meets every Wednesday from 5:30pm - 7pm in room 204. Open to all. Call Harlie for more information.
Arizona 2-1-1 (Community Information & Referral)
2-1-1
211Arizona.org

Provides information and referrals for various community resources 24 hours a day/7 days a week.
Avondale Support Group (All Mental Illnesses)
602-274-0068

328 W. Western Ave.
Avondale, AZ
1st & 3rd Mondays at 5:30pm. Please call before you attend.
Banner Behavioral Health
602-254-4357
www.bannerhealth.com

Offers inpatient and outpatient substance abuse and mental health services, and offers both a Basic Financial Assistance Program and an Enhanced Financial Assistance Program (4-6 week wait list). No proof of citizenship required. Also provides access to all Banner facilities to determine inpatient bed availability. Also offers free support groups on a wide range of topics.
Being Heard (All Mental Illnesses)
480-994-4407 x10
www.mhaarizona.org
1400 S. Dobson Rd.
Mesa, AZ
Wednesdays from 7 – 9 pm in the Rosati Education Center Mesquite Room. Please call before you attend.
Bipolar Group (MIKID)
602-253-1240
www.mikid.org
2642 E. Thomas Rd.
Phoenix, AZ 85016
3rd Saturday from 5 – 7 pm. Please call before you attend.
Bipolar Support Group (GLBTQ Specific)
602-274-0068
www.bipolarwellnessnetwork.org
725 W. Indian School Rd. #125
Phoenix, AZ
Wednesdays at 2 pm at 1 Voice Community Center. Please call before you attend.
Caring Connections (Family/Friends)
480-883-8871

23514 S. Alma School Rd.
Sun Lakes, AZ
1st and 3rd Wednesdays from 10am – 12noon at Risen Savior Church. Please call before you attend.
Caring Connections (Family/Friends)
602-953-0478

5631 E. Shea Blvd.
Phoenix, AZ
3rd Monday from 7 – 9 pm at The New Church of Phoenix. Please call before you attend.
Chandler Christian Church
480-963-3997 (Larry)
www.chandlercc.org

Offers a number of different support groups and programs including Anxiety Support Group, Career Networking, Divorce Care ($15), Divorce Care for Kids ($12), Grief Share ($15), Hope Keepers (Chronic Illness/Disability Support), The Waiting Room (Support for families of people with same sex attraction), and Women in Transition. Most are free. Call Larry for more details.
Family & Consumer Social Evening (People living with mental illness)
602-953-0478
www.namiaz.org
5631 E. Shea Blvd.
Phoenix, AZ
3rd Monday of the month from 7pm - 9pm at New Church of Phoenix. Please call before you attend.
Please contact the service providers directly for information about any of the services listed. Contact Southwest Network,
HelpBook@SouthwestNetwork.org, only to report an incorrect listing or to suggest a resource that could be added to the directory. Thank you.

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ResourceDescription
Family Involvement Center
602-288-0155
www.familyinvolvementcenter.org
5333 North 7th Street, Suite A-100
Phoenix, AZ 85014
Designed to assist and support families and caregivers to ensure children with emotional, behavioral, or mental health disorders succeed. They offer educational events, support groups, and resources. Topics change monthly. Call for updated information.
General Support Group
602-274-0068
www.bipolarwellnessnetwork.org
12030 N. 113th Ave.
Youngtown, AZ
Thursdays at 6:30 pm at The Fountains. Please call before you attend.
Hanging on Together (Anxiety/Bipolar/Depression)
480-994-4407 x10
www.mhaarizona.org
1400 S. Dobson Rd.
Mesa, AZ
Fridays from 7 – 9 pm at Banner Desert Medical Center in the Rosati Education Center Cholla Room. Please call before you attend.
M.I.K.I.D. (formerly Mental Health America of Arizona)
480-994-4407 x10
www.mhaarizona.org

Assists people in navigating the mental health system in Arizona.
Minds over Matter (Depression/Anxiety)
480-994-4407 x10
www.mhaarizona.org
1700 N. Granite Reef Rd.
Scottsdale, AZ
1st and 3rd Wednesdays from 4 – 5:30 pm at Granite Reef Senior Center in Room #9. Please call before you attend.
NAMI Family Support Groups
602-244-8166
http://www.namiaz.com/page45/index.html

Weekly support group for people living with depression, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, and other disorders. Meets for 90 minutes and offers a structured group process designed to encourage, support, and empower.
National Alliance on Mental Illness
602-244-8166
www.namiaz.org
5025 E. Washington St.
Phoenix, AZ
Offers multiple support groups, educational programs, and seminars for recipients and family or friends throughout the valley.
New Dawn (General Mental Health)
480-994-4407 x10
www.mhaarizona.org
2255 W. Northern Ave., Suite B100
Phoenix, AZ
Tuesdays from 7 – 9 pm at PSA Behavioral Health Agency. Please call before you attend.
Obsessive Compulsive Disorders Group
480-994-4407 x10
www.mhaarizona.org
7575 E. Earl Drive
Scottsdale, AZ
2nd and 4th Thursdays from 7 – 9 pm at Banner Behavioral Health Center. Please call before you attend.
PTSD Group
480-994-4407 x10
www.mhaarizona.org
650 E. Indian School Rd.
Phoenix, AZ
Thursdays from 6 – 8pm at the VA in room K-112. Please call before you attend. Open to anyone with PTSD (not just vets).
Strength of Us
1-800-950-6264
http://strengthofus.org/

Offers an online support group and support resources for young adults with mental illness. Discussion topics include transition to adulthood, campus life, healthy relationships, education, and creativity.
Please contact the service providers directly for information about any of the services listed. Contact Southwest Network,
HelpBook@SouthwestNetwork.org, only to report an incorrect listing or to suggest a resource that could be added to the directory. Thank you.

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ResourceDescription
Support Group (MIKID)
602-253-1240
www.mikid.org
2642 E. Thomas Rd.
Phoenix, AZ 85016
3rd Saturday of the month at 10am. Please call before you attend.
VOICE (All Disabilities)
602-814-9717

5959 W. Brown St.
Glendale, AZ
2nd Tuesday from 2pm – 4pm at Glendale Main Library. Please call before you attend.
Please contact the service providers directly for information about any of the services listed. Contact Southwest Network,
HelpBook@SouthwestNetwork.org, only to report an incorrect listing or to suggest a resource that could be added to the directory. Thank you.

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ResourceDescription
A Meeting of the Minds
602-718-6357

7510 N. 27th Ave.
Phoenix, AZ 85051
Free mental heatlh support group for anyone with a mental health issues who needs to meet for support due to losing benefits such as support groups at the adult care clinics. Starts August 18, 2010, and meets every Wednesday from 5:30pm - 7pm in room 204. Open to all. Call Harlie for more information.
Arizona 2-1-1 (Community Information & Referral)
2-1-1
211Arizona.org

Provides information and referrals for various community resources 24 hours a day/7 days a week.
Avondale Support Group (All Mental Illnesses)
602-274-0068

328 W. Western Ave.
Avondale, AZ
1st & 3rd Mondays at 5:30pm. Please call before you attend.
Banner Behavioral Health
602-254-4357
www.bannerhealth.com

Offers inpatient and outpatient substance abuse and mental health services, and offers both a Basic Financial Assistance Program and an Enhanced Financial Assistance Program (4-6 week wait list). No proof of citizenship required. Also provides access to all Banner facilities to determine inpatient bed availability. Also offers free support groups on a wide range of topics.
Being Heard (All Mental Illnesses)
480-994-4407 x10
www.mhaarizona.org
1400 S. Dobson Rd.
Mesa, AZ
Wednesdays from 7 – 9 pm in the Rosati Education Center Mesquite Room. Please call before you attend.
Bipolar Bears (Depression/Bipolar)
480-994-4407 x10
www.mhaarizona.org
1800 E. Van Buren St.
Phoenix, AZ 85006
Wednesdays from 7 – 9 pm at St. Luke’s Behavioral Health Center in the Behavioral Health Auditorium. Please call before you attend.
Bipolar Group (MIKID)
602-253-1240
www.mikid.org
2642 E. Thomas Rd.
Phoenix, AZ 85016
3rd Saturday from 5 – 7 pm. Please call before you attend.
Bipolar Support Group (GLBTQ Specific)
602-274-0068
www.bipolarwellnessnetwork.org
725 W. Indian School Rd. #125
Phoenix, AZ
Wednesdays at 2 pm at 1 Voice Community Center. Please call before you attend.
Calm Waters (Depression/Bipolar)
480-994-4407 x10
www.mhaarizona.org
10307 W. Coggins Drive
Sun City, AZ
Sundays from 4 – 6 pm at Menke's Sun City Room. Please call before you attend.
Caring Connections (Family/Friends)
602-953-0478

5631 E. Shea Blvd.
Phoenix, AZ
3rd Monday from 7 – 9 pm at The New Church of Phoenix. Please call before you attend.
Caring Connections (Family/Friends)
480-883-8871

23514 S. Alma School Rd.
Sun Lakes, AZ
1st and 3rd Wednesdays from 10am – 12noon at Risen Savior Church. Please call before you attend.
Please contact the service providers directly for information about any of the services listed. Contact Southwest Network,
HelpBook@SouthwestNetwork.org, only to report an incorrect listing or to suggest a resource that could be added to the directory. Thank you.

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ResourceDescription
Chandler Christian Church
480-963-3997 (Larry)
www.chandlercc.org

Offers a number of different support groups and programs including Anxiety Support Group, Career Networking, Divorce Care ($15), Divorce Care for Kids ($12), Grief Share ($15), Hope Keepers (Chronic Illness/Disability Support), The Waiting Room (Support for families of people with same sex attraction), and Women in Transition. Most are free. Call Larry for more details.
Choices in Recovery
800-526-7736
http://www.choicesinrecovery.com/

Offers support and information for Schizophrenia, Schizoaffective, and Bipolar Disorder. The webside offers education, resources, and strategies for success. Caregiver resources are also available.
Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance
800-826-3632
www.dbsalliance.org.

Offers referrals for support groups, counseling services, medication services, and many other support services/materials.
Family & Consumer Social Evening (People living with mental illness)
602-953-0478
www.namiaz.org
5631 E. Shea Blvd.
Phoenix, AZ
3rd Monday of the month from 7pm - 9pm at New Church of Phoenix. Please call before you attend.
Family Involvement Center
602-288-0155
www.familyinvolvementcenter.org
5333 North 7th Street, Suite A-100
Phoenix, AZ 85014
Designed to assist and support families and caregivers to ensure children with emotional, behavioral, or mental health disorders succeed. They offer educational events, support groups, and resources. Topics change monthly. Call for updated information.
Finding Balance (Depression/Bipolar)
480-994-4407 x10
www.mhaarizona.org
18699 N. 67th Ave.
Glendale, AZ
Fridays from 4 – 6 pm at Arrowhead Physician’s Building in the Sierra Room. Please call before you attend.
First Light (Depression/Bipolar)
480-994-4407 x10
www.mhaarizona.org
13724 W. Meeker Blvd.
Sun City, Phoenix
Tuesdays from 5:30 – 7:30 pm at Lord of Life Lutheran Church in room #1. Please call before you attend.
General Support Group
602-274-0068
www.bipolarwellnessnetwork.org
12030 N. 113th Ave.
Youngtown, AZ
Thursdays at 6:30 pm at The Fountains. Please call before you attend.
Guiding Light (Depression/Bipolar)
480-994-4407 x10
www.mhaarizona.org
10440 E. Via Linda
Scottsdale, AZ
Fridays from 3 – 4:45 pm at Via Linda Senior Center in Conference Room 8. Please call before you attend.
Hanging on Together (Anxiety/Bipolar/Depression)
480-994-4407 x10
www.mhaarizona.org
1400 S. Dobson Rd.
Mesa, AZ
Fridays from 7 – 9 pm at Banner Desert Medical Center in the Rosati Education Center Cholla Room. Please call before you attend.
M.I.K.I.D. (formerly Mental Health America of Arizona)
480-994-4407 x10
www.mhaarizona.org

Assists people in navigating the mental health system in Arizona.
Please contact the service providers directly for information about any of the services listed. Contact Southwest Network,
HelpBook@SouthwestNetwork.org, only to report an incorrect listing or to suggest a resource that could be added to the directory. Thank you.

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ResourceDescription
NAMI Family Support Groups
602-244-8166
http://www.namiaz.com/page45/index.html

Weekly support group for people living with depression, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, and other disorders. Meets for 90 minutes and offers a structured group process designed to encourage, support, and empower.
National Alliance on Mental Illness
602-244-8166
www.namiaz.org
5025 E. Washington St.
Phoenix, AZ
Offers multiple support groups, educational programs, and seminars for recipients and family or friends throughout the valley.
NDMDA Depression & Bipolar Hotline
800-826-3632


Offers telephonic support and support group referrals. Phone lines available from 8:30am – 5pm Central Time.
New Dawn (General Mental Health)
480-994-4407 x10
www.mhaarizona.org
2255 W. Northern Ave., Suite B100
Phoenix, AZ
Tuesdays from 7 – 9 pm at PSA Behavioral Health Agency. Please call before you attend.
Strength of Us
1-800-950-6264
http://strengthofus.org/

Offers an online support group and support resources for young adults with mental illness. Discussion topics include transition to adulthood, campus life, healthy relationships, education, and creativity.
Support Group (MIKID)
602-253-1240
www.mikid.org
2642 E. Thomas Rd.
Phoenix, AZ 85016
3rd Saturday of the month at 10am. Please call before you attend.
Taking Control (Depression/Bipolar)
480-994-4407 x10
www.mhaarizona.org
15220 N. 39th Avenue
Phoenix, AZ 85053
Tuesdays from 6 – 8 pm at Deer Valley Church, Room 2. Please call before you attend.
VOICE (All Disabilities)
602-814-9717

5959 W. Brown St.
Glendale, AZ
2nd Tuesday from 2pm – 4pm at Glendale Main Library. Please call before you attend.
Please contact the service providers directly for information about any of the services listed. Contact Southwest Network,
HelpBook@SouthwestNetwork.org, only to report an incorrect listing or to suggest a resource that could be added to the directory. Thank you.

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ResourceDescription
Alzheimer's Association
800-272-3900
http://www.alz.org/dsw/

Offers a 24 hour/day free helpline to provide information, caregiving tips, emotional support, and information and referrals for local resources. Also offers a variety of support groups and online message board support forums.
American Cancer Society, Great West Division
602-224-0524
www.cancer.org
4550 E. Bell Rd, Suite 126
Phoenix, AZ 85032
Funds Cancer Research, provides cancer prevention, advocacy and community education, and information and support services for cancer patients and family members.
American Heart Association
602-414-5353
www.americanheart.org
2929 S. 48th St
Tempe, AZ 85282
Provies cardiovascular disease and stroke prevention and research, as well as public and professionaleducation and information.
Arizona 2-1-1 (Community Information & Referral)
2-1-1
211Arizona.org

Provides information and referrals for various community resources 24 hours a day/7 days a week.
Arizona Living Well Institute
480-982-3118
http://azlwi.org/

Offers a free Healthy Living Workshop. The Healthy Living Workshop is a 6 week self-management workshop that meets once a week, for 2.5 hours. Each workshop is facilitated by 2 trained leaders following an established curriculum. This is not a lecture course; workshops are interactive with discussion encouraged. The workshop is designed to help people with ongoing health problems manage them more effectively. Caregivers or family members who serve as caregivers are welcomed.
Banner Behavioral Health
602-254-4357
www.bannerhealth.com

Offers inpatient and outpatient substance abuse and mental health services, and offers both a Basic Financial Assistance Program and an Enhanced Financial Assistance Program (4-6 week wait list). No proof of citizenship required. Also provides access to all Banner facilities to determine inpatient bed availability. Also offers free support groups on a wide range of topics.
Care and Share (Family/Friends)
520-560-2545

1895 N. Trekell Rd.
Casa Grande, AZ
2nd and 4th Wednesdays from 6:30 – 8:30 pm. Please call before you attend.
Caregiver Support Groups (Benevilla)
623-584-4999
www.benevilla.org

Various groups offered at various times and locations.
Caregiver's Support Group
602-317-9391

3118 S. Price Rd.
Chandler, AZ 85248
Do you struggle with the stress of being a caregiver? You are not alone. Come join us in getting the support that you need to adequtely care for yourself and learn clinically proven techniques to reduce stress, anxiety, depression and imporve your relationships.
Caring Connections (Family/Friends)
602-953-0478

5631 E. Shea Blvd.
Phoenix, AZ
3rd Monday from 7 – 9 pm at The New Church of Phoenix. Please call before you attend.
Caring Connections (Family/Friends)
480-883-8871

23514 S. Alma School Rd.
Sun Lakes, AZ
1st and 3rd Wednesdays from 10am – 12noon at Risen Savior Church. Please call before you attend.
Please contact the service providers directly for information about any of the services listed. Contact Southwest Network,
HelpBook@SouthwestNetwork.org, only to report an incorrect listing or to suggest a resource that could be added to the directory. Thank you.

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ResourceDescription
Chandler Christian Church
480-963-3997 (Larry)
www.chandlercc.org

Offers a number of different support groups and programs including Anxiety Support Group, Career Networking, Divorce Care ($15), Divorce Care for Kids ($12), Grief Share ($15), Hope Keepers (Chronic Illness/Disability Support), The Waiting Room (Support for families of people with same sex attraction), and Women in Transition. Most are free. Call Larry for more details.
Chandler Regional Hospital
877-728-5414


Offers a variety of free support groups (cancer, motherhood, and stroke), as well as a free 6 week grief program.
Choices in Recovery
800-526-7736
http://www.choicesinrecovery.com/

Offers support and information for Schizophrenia, Schizoaffective, and Bipolar Disorder. The webside offers education, resources, and strategies for success. Caregiver resources are also available.
Evening Family Support Group (Family/Friends)
602-759-8177
http://www.namiaz.com/page45/index.html
28th St. & Devonshire (North of Indian School)
Phoenix, AZ
Meets the 1st and 3rd Wednesdays of the month from 6pm to 730pm. Open to all adults who have a family member or friend who is living with a mental illness, regardless of diagnosis. Share feelings, difficulties, or successes.
Families Giving Hope (Family/Friends)
480-238-5252 (Bret)
www.namiaz.org
311 S. Cooper Rd.
Gilbert, AZ
2nd and 4th Thursdays from 6:30 – 8:30 pm at First Methodist Church. Please call before you attend.
Families Giving Hope (Family/Friends)
520-560-2545
www.mhaarizona.org
2150 East Orange
Tempe, AZ
Every other Tuesday from 6:30 – 8:30 pm at Tempe Escalante Community Center in the La Paz Conference Room. Please call before you attend.
Families in Recovery
480-440-8405

262 E. University Dr.
Mesa, AZ
1st and 3rd Mondays from 6:30pm – 8pm at Terros. Please call before you attend.
Family & Consumer Social Evening (People living with mental illness)
602-953-0478
www.namiaz.org
5631 E. Shea Blvd.
Phoenix, AZ
3rd Monday of the month from 7pm - 9pm at New Church of Phoenix. Please call before you attend.
Family Involvement Center
602-288-0155
www.familyinvolvementcenter.org
5333 North 7th Street, Suite A-100
Phoenix, AZ 85014
Designed to assist and support families and caregivers to ensure children with emotional, behavioral, or mental health disorders succeed. They offer educational events, support groups, and resources. Topics change monthly. Call for updated information.
Family Support Group (Glendale)
623-546-4011
www.namiaz.org
18699 N. 67th Ave. #105B
Glendale, AZ
2nd and 4th Thursdays from 6pm – 7:30pm at Arrowhead Hospital Sierra Room. Please call before you attend.
Family Support Group (Sun City West)
623-546-4011
www.namiaz.org
13658 Meeker Blvd.
Sun City West
3rd Friday from 1pm – 2:30pm at Shepherd of the Hills Church. Please call before you attend.
Please contact the service providers directly for information about any of the services listed. Contact Southwest Network,
HelpBook@SouthwestNetwork.org, only to report an incorrect listing or to suggest a resource that could be added to the directory. Thank you.

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ResourceDescription
M.I.K.I.D. (formerly Mental Health America of Arizona)
480-994-4407 x10
www.mhaarizona.org

Assists people in navigating the mental health system in Arizona.
National Alliance on Mental Illness
602-244-8166
www.namiaz.org
5025 E. Washington St.
Phoenix, AZ
Offers multiple support groups, educational programs, and seminars for recipients and family or friends throughout the valley.
Parent Education and Support Group (MIKID)
602-253-1240
www.mikid.org
2642 E. Thomas Rd.
Phoenix, AZ 85016
1st Saturday of each month. Please call before you attend.
Support Group (MIKID)
602-253-1240
www.mikid.org
2642 E. Thomas Rd.
Phoenix, AZ 85016
3rd Saturday of the month at 10am. Please call before you attend.
The National Caregiver Support Line
855-260-3274
http://www.caregiver.va.gov/

Provides information regarding new caregiver benefits, referrals to local caregiver support coordinators as well as emotional support to those concerned with their ability to provide care to loved ones who are Veterans.
Touchstone Family Connections
602-316-7134
http://www.touchstonebh.org/
15648 N. 35th Ave., Bldg C, CDJ Training Room
Phoenix, AZ 85053
Offers a family support group on the first Tuesday of each month from 6 pm to 7:30 pm. Offers an educational group on the third Tuesday of each month from 6 pm to 8 pm. Child care is available. Please RSVP before attending.
Please contact the service providers directly for information about any of the services listed. Contact Southwest Network,
HelpBook@SouthwestNetwork.org, only to report an incorrect listing or to suggest a resource that could be added to the directory. Thank you.

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ResourceDescription
"Hope" Depression Peer Support Group
480-994-4407

918 S. Litchfield Road
Goodyear 85338
Christ Evangelical Lutheran Church, Classroom C. 1.5 miles south of I-10 & Litchfield Rd. on the west side. Go behind the church & park behind the building in the rear. Follow the walk on left side of the building all the way around the building to the 2nd door. Classroom C is the first room on the left when entering the building.
A Meeting of the Minds
602-718-6357

7510 N. 27th Ave.
Phoenix, AZ 85051
Free mental heatlh support group for anyone with a mental health issues who needs to meet for support due to losing benefits such as support groups at the adult care clinics. Starts August 18, 2010, and meets every Wednesday from 5:30pm - 7pm in room 204. Open to all. Call Harlie for more information.
A New Day (Depression)
480-994-4407 x10

9745 W. Peoria Ave.
Peoria, AZ 85345
Thursdays from 5:30pm – 7:30pm atWest Valley Center for Spiritual Living in the first floor meeting room. Please call before you attend.
Arizona 2-1-1 (Community Information & Referral)
2-1-1
211Arizona.org

Provides information and referrals for various community resources 24 hours a day/7 days a week.
Avondale Support Group (All Mental Illnesses)
602-274-0068

328 W. Western Ave.
Avondale, AZ
1st & 3rd Mondays at 5:30pm. Please call before you attend.
Banner Behavioral Health
602-254-4357
www.bannerhealth.com

Offers inpatient and outpatient substance abuse and mental health services, and offers both a Basic Financial Assistance Program and an Enhanced Financial Assistance Program (4-6 week wait list). No proof of citizenship required. Also provides access to all Banner facilities to determine inpatient bed availability. Also offers free support groups on a wide range of topics.
Being Heard (All Mental Illnesses)
480-994-4407 x10
www.mhaarizona.org
1400 S. Dobson Rd.
Mesa, AZ
Wednesdays from 7 – 9 pm in the Rosati Education Center Mesquite Room. Please call before you attend.
Bipolar Bears (Depression/Bipolar)
480-994-4407 x10
www.mhaarizona.org
1800 E. Van Buren St.
Phoenix, AZ 85006
Wednesdays from 7 – 9 pm at St. Luke’s Behavioral Health Center in the Behavioral Health Auditorium. Please call before you attend.
Bipolar Group (MIKID)
602-253-1240
www.mikid.org
2642 E. Thomas Rd.
Phoenix, AZ 85016
3rd Saturday from 5 – 7 pm. Please call before you attend.
Bipolar Support Group (GLBTQ Specific)
602-274-0068
www.bipolarwellnessnetwork.org
725 W. Indian School Rd. #125
Phoenix, AZ
Wednesdays at 2 pm at 1 Voice Community Center. Please call before you attend.
Calm Waters (Depression/Bipolar)
480-994-4407 x10
www.mhaarizona.org
10307 W. Coggins Drive
Sun City, AZ
Sundays from 4 – 6 pm at Menke's Sun City Room. Please call before you attend.
Please contact the service providers directly for information about any of the services listed. Contact Southwest Network,
HelpBook@SouthwestNetwork.org, only to report an incorrect listing or to suggest a resource that could be added to the directory. Thank you.

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ResourceDescription
Caring Connections (Family/Friends)
480-883-8871

23514 S. Alma School Rd.
Sun Lakes, AZ
1st and 3rd Wednesdays from 10am – 12noon at Risen Savior Church. Please call before you attend.
Caring Connections (Family/Friends)
602-953-0478

5631 E. Shea Blvd.
Phoenix, AZ
3rd Monday from 7 – 9 pm at The New Church of Phoenix. Please call before you attend.
Chandler Christian Church
480-963-3997 (Larry)
www.chandlercc.org

Offers a number of different support groups and programs including Anxiety Support Group, Career Networking, Divorce Care ($15), Divorce Care for Kids ($12), Grief Share ($15), Hope Keepers (Chronic Illness/Disability Support), The Waiting Room (Support for families of people with same sex attraction), and Women in Transition. Most are free. Call Larry for more details.
Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance
800-826-3632
www.dbsalliance.org.

Offers referrals for support groups, counseling services, medication services, and many other support services/materials.
Family & Consumer Social Evening (People living with mental illness)
602-953-0478
www.namiaz.org
5631 E. Shea Blvd.
Phoenix, AZ
3rd Monday of the month from 7pm - 9pm at New Church of Phoenix. Please call before you attend.
Family Involvement Center
602-288-0155
www.familyinvolvementcenter.org
5333 North 7th Street, Suite A-100
Phoenix, AZ 85014
Designed to assist and support families and caregivers to ensure children with emotional, behavioral, or mental health disorders succeed. They offer educational events, support groups, and resources. Topics change monthly. Call for updated information.
Finding Balance (Depression/Bipolar)
480-994-4407 x10
www.mhaarizona.org
18699 N. 67th Ave.
Glendale, AZ
Fridays from 4 – 6 pm at Arrowhead Physician’s Building in the Sierra Room. Please call before you attend.
First Light (Depression/Bipolar)
480-994-4407 x10
www.mhaarizona.org
13724 W. Meeker Blvd.
Sun City, Phoenix
Tuesdays from 5:30 – 7:30 pm at Lord of Life Lutheran Church in room #1. Please call before you attend.
General Support Group
602-274-0068
www.bipolarwellnessnetwork.org
12030 N. 113th Ave.
Youngtown, AZ
Thursdays at 6:30 pm at The Fountains. Please call before you attend.
Guiding Light (Depression/Bipolar)
480-994-4407 x10
www.mhaarizona.org
10440 E. Via Linda
Scottsdale, AZ
Fridays from 3 – 4:45 pm at Via Linda Senior Center in Conference Room 8. Please call before you attend.
Hanging on Together (Anxiety/Bipolar/Depression)
480-994-4407 x10
www.mhaarizona.org
1400 S. Dobson Rd.
Mesa, AZ
Fridays from 7 – 9 pm at Banner Desert Medical Center in the Rosati Education Center Cholla Room. Please call before you attend.
Please contact the service providers directly for information about any of the services listed. Contact Southwest Network,
HelpBook@SouthwestNetwork.org, only to report an incorrect listing or to suggest a resource that could be added to the directory. Thank you.

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M.I.K.I.D. (formerly Mental Health America of Arizona)
480-994-4407 x10
www.mhaarizona.org

Assists people in navigating the mental health system in Arizona.
Minds over Matter (Depression/Anxiety)
480-994-4407 x10
www.mhaarizona.org
1700 N. Granite Reef Rd.
Scottsdale, AZ
1st and 3rd Wednesdays from 4 – 5:30 pm at Granite Reef Senior Center in Room #9. Please call before you attend.
NAMI Family Support Groups
602-244-8166
http://www.namiaz.com/page45/index.html

Weekly support group for people living with depression, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, and other disorders. Meets for 90 minutes and offers a structured group process designed to encourage, support, and empower.
National Alliance on Mental Illness
602-244-8166
www.namiaz.org
5025 E. Washington St.
Phoenix, AZ
Offers multiple support groups, educational programs, and seminars for recipients and family or friends throughout the valley.
NDMDA Depression & Bipolar Hotline
800-826-3632


Offers telephonic support and support group referrals. Phone lines available from 8:30am – 5pm Central Time.
New Dawn (General Mental Health)
480-994-4407 x10
www.mhaarizona.org
2255 W. Northern Ave., Suite B100
Phoenix, AZ
Tuesdays from 7 – 9 pm at PSA Behavioral Health Agency. Please call before you attend.
Strength of Us
1-800-950-6264
http://strengthofus.org/

Offers an online support group and support resources for young adults with mental illness. Discussion topics include transition to adulthood, campus life, healthy relationships, education, and creativity.
Support Group (MIKID)
602-253-1240
www.mikid.org
2642 E. Thomas Rd.
Phoenix, AZ 85016
3rd Saturday of the month at 10am. Please call before you attend.
Taking Control (Depression/Bipolar)
480-994-4407 x10
www.mhaarizona.org
15220 N. 39th Avenue
Phoenix, AZ 85053
Tuesdays from 6 – 8 pm at Deer Valley Church, Room 2. Please call before you attend.
VOICE (All Disabilities)
602-814-9717

5959 W. Brown St.
Glendale, AZ
2nd Tuesday from 2pm – 4pm at Glendale Main Library. Please call before you attend.
Please contact the service providers directly for information about any of the services listed. Contact Southwest Network,
HelpBook@SouthwestNetwork.org, only to report an incorrect listing or to suggest a resource that could be added to the directory. Thank you.

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1n10
602-754-1175
http://www.1n10.org/
4121 North 7th Avenue
Phoenix, AZ 85013
1n10 provides a safe, social environment for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and questioning (LGBTQ) youth. Offers drop-in social support services for LGBTQ youth ages 14-22 to develop positive self-acceptance through life enhancing programs and connection with local resources. Offers two weekly meetings and various social events and resources. Offers GED services, job development, benefits assistance, HIV testing, and a soup kitchen/food box kitchen 4 days/week. All services are free, and there are no citizenship requirements.
Andre House
602-255-0580
www.andrehouse.org
213 S. 11th Ave.
Phoenix, AZ 85007
Offers transitional housing for men and women; call 602-252-9023 between 10:15am and 12pm on Tuesday or Wednesday, or between 8am and 9:30am on Saturday to schedule an interview. Offers a nightly meal Saturday through Thursday between 5:30pm and 6:30pm. Offers a clothing closet for adult clothes on Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday at 10am, and on Saturday at 1pm. Offers showers at 1pm Monday through Thursday, and at 12:30pm on Saturday. Offers free laundry services on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday. Drop off one load at 10am on Monday, Tuesday or Thursday, and at 1pm on Saturday. Clothing will be washed, dried, and folded, and ready for pick up in the afternoon. Also offers locker rentals for $10 key deposit and $2/month; office is open Monday through Thursday from 3:30pm to 4:30pm. Proof of citizenship not required, but ID required for some services.
Arizona 2-1-1 (Community Information & Referral)
2-1-1
211Arizona.org

Provides information and referrals for various community resources 24 hours a day/7 days a week.
Arizona Bridge to Independent Living
602-256-2245
www.abil.org
5025 E. Washington St., #200
Phoenix, AZ 85034
Provides information, programs, events, and resources to assist individuals with disabilities take personal responsibility so they may achieve or continue independent living. Also offers a medical loan closet.
Arizona Living Well Institute
480-982-3118
http://azlwi.org/

Offers a free Healthy Living Workshop. The Healthy Living Workshop is a 6 week self-management workshop that meets once a week, for 2.5 hours. Each workshop is facilitated by 2 trained leaders following an established curriculum. This is not a lecture course; workshops are interactive with discussion encouraged. The workshop is designed to help people with ongoing health problems manage them more effectively. Caregivers or family members who serve as caregivers are welcomed.
Arizona Spinal Cord Injury Association
602-507-4209
www.azspinal.org
5025 E. Washington St. STE #110
Phoenix, AZ 85034
The Arizona Spinal Cord Injury Association is a nonprofit organization dedicated to enhancing the lives of individuals with spinal cord injuries. Our goal is to promote physical, intellectual, spiritual, emotional and social recovery. The Association focuses on peer support, family support, and education of consumers, families, caregivers and professionals. We also link consumers and families with vocational, social and recreational resources, and offer accessible transportation services, as well as a number of support groups throughout the valley.
Benevilla
623-584-4999
www.benevilla.org

Home support services available to those with limited resources by volunteers. Services include friendly visits, telephone calls, grocery shopping, handyman services, and transportation. They also offer assistance locating resources to meet specific needs.
Bridging AZ Furniture Bank
480-833-3997
http://bridgingaz.org/

Phoenix, AZ
Bridging AZ's mission is to provide basic furniture and household goods to economically disadvantaged individuals and families living in our community through registered Service Agencies.
Friendship Community Mental Health Center
602-241-6656 X107
www.friendshipcmhc.org

Partial Hospitalization Program that offers group therapy, case management services, and some counseling, with a psychiatrist and RN on staff. They offer a sliding scale fee schedule based on client income.
Hope's Crossing
602-795-8098
www.hopescrossing.org
830 N. 1st Ave.
Phoenix, AZ 85003
Offers programs to women following release from incarceration to strengthen each individual personally, professionally and spiritually, by surrounding them with a team of mentors, facilitators and case managers to guide these women down a path to restore hope in their lives and the lives of their families, to reach self-sustainability. Programs include Employment/Educational/Volunteer Services, Social/Life Skills Development, and Personal and Professional Skills Training.
House of Light
480-985-0101 (Lori)
www.houseoflightaz.org

Offers a free Compeer program (volunteer friendship and social interaction) to individuals diagnosed with a Serious Mental Illness in the East Valley. Referral must come from a member of the psycho-medical team. Contact Lori for the referral forms, and ask your psychiatric prescriber to complete the appropriate form.
Please contact the service providers directly for information about any of the services listed. Contact Southwest Network,
HelpBook@SouthwestNetwork.org, only to report an incorrect listing or to suggest a resource that could be added to the directory. Thank you.

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Labor's Community Service Agency - Housing Program
602-263-5741
www.lcsaphx.org
3117 N. 16th St., #100
Phoenix, AZ 85016
Their Affordable Housing program offers units for $350/month or less for qualifying individuals or families. Families must have children and some sort of income; wait list is currently up to 2 months. Their Neighborhood Revitalization Program offers home repairs to raise the level of pride in neighborhoods.
Linda I. Simpson
602-264-5260


Offers life coaching and recovery support services for a sliding scale fee. These services can include employment support and advocacy assistance. Linda is also a W.R.A.P. facilitator.
M.I.K.I.D. (formerly Mental Health America of Arizona)
480-994-4407 x10
www.mhaarizona.org

Assists people in navigating the mental health system in Arizona.
Mental Health Arizona
480-994-4407
http://mentalhealthaz.org/

Mental Health Arizona is a website providing links to free mental health peer support group information and resources within Maricopa County. All groups are sponsored by the Mental Health Guild.
National Alliance on Mental Illness
602-244-8166
www.namiaz.org
5025 E. Washington St.
Phoenix, AZ
Offers multiple support groups, educational programs, and seminars for recipients and family or friends throughout the valley.
PLAN of Arizona
602-859-1926
www.planofarizona.org

Provides private case management services for individuals and families of those who are disabled due to mental and/or physical disabilities. This is a fee-for-service provider. Assist families with long term estate planning with a trust agreement that protects government benefits while enhancing quality of life by approved trust disbursements.
Recovery Empowerment Network
602-456-2185
www.recoveryempowermentnetwork.com

Offers free education and training programs for learning more about mental illness and becoming a Peer Support Specialist, as well as free peer advocacy services.
The New Song Center for Grieving Children

http://www.hov.org/welcome-new-song-center-grieving-children

When tragedy claims the life of a loved one, families often need help finding a way to heal. The New Song Center for Grieving Children is here to provide nurturing support for grieving children, teens, young adults and their families.
The Wellness Community
602-712-1006
www.twccaz.org
360 E. Palm Ln.
Phoenix, AZ 85004
Provides a wide array of support groups and support services for any individual affected by any type of cancer, including teen and adult survivors, caregivers, families, children, and friends of survivors. Proof of citizenship not required.
Toby House
602-234-3338
ww.tobyhouse.com
5717 N. 7th St.
Phoenix, AZ 85014
Offers SMI outpatient day treatment to assist recipients in learning independent living skills, including time management, problem solving skills, and anger management. These services will be available for $2/day for Non-Titled recipients.
Visions of Hope WARM Line
602-347-1100


Offers a healthy choice when you need non-crisis, non-judgmental, non-clinical, confidential support. Open every night from 4 pm to 12 am. Operated by Peer Support Specialists.
Please contact the service providers directly for information about any of the services listed. Contact Southwest Network,
HelpBook@SouthwestNetwork.org, only to report an incorrect listing or to suggest a resource that could be added to the directory. Thank you.

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Voices and Visions Phoenix
602-248-0368
http://renaz.org/voices/hearing-voices-network.html
202 E. Osborn Road
Phoenix, AZ
Meets every 1st & 3rd Tuesday from 6 pm to 7:30 pm. Open to anyone who hears voices, sees visions, or has unusual beliefs.
Please contact the service providers directly for information about any of the services listed. Contact Southwest Network,
HelpBook@SouthwestNetwork.org, only to report an incorrect listing or to suggest a resource that could be added to the directory. Thank you.

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About Care
480-802-2331
www.aboutcare.org

Free transportation for home bound adults living in the East Valley to get to medical or social appointments.
ADA Cab (Valley Metro Program)
602-801-1163
http://www.valleymetro.org/

Offers ADA-certified Phoenix residents under the age of 65 the opportunity to buy coupons to use to pay for cab trips. Each coupon is worth a dollar, and the $20-coupon books sell at 30 percent of their value, or $6 apiece. Participants can buy a maximum of $40 at that discount, and can purchase an additional $40 at half price; in total, users can buy up to $80 worth of taxi vouchers monthly for $32. The coupons can be used for an entire trip, and can be combined with cash fares to travel further.
Arizona 2-1-1 (Community Information & Referral)
2-1-1
211Arizona.org

Provides information and referrals for various community resources 24 hours a day/7 days a week.
Arizona Spinal Cord Injury Association
602-507-4209
www.azspinal.org
5025 E. Washington St. STE #110
Phoenix, AZ 85034
The Arizona Spinal Cord Injury Association is a nonprofit organization dedicated to enhancing the lives of individuals with spinal cord injuries. Our goal is to promote physical, intellectual, spiritual, emotional and social recovery. The Association focuses on peer support, family support, and education of consumers, families, caregivers and professionals. We also link consumers and families with vocational, social and recreational resources, and offer accessible transportation services, as well as a number of support groups throughout the valley.
ArizonaSERVES

www.azdes.gov/arizonaserveshome.aspx

Online database for finding community resources for foster care, childcare, family resources, and transportation resources.
Benevilla
623-584-4999
www.benevilla.org

Home support services available to those with limited resources by volunteers. Services include friendly visits, telephone calls, grocery shopping, handyman services, and transportation. They also offer assistance locating resources to meet specific needs.
Community Pharmacy
602-682-7660


Offers free delivery service (within 5 miles) of medications, and contracts with Magellan.
East Valley RIDE Choice
480-962-7433
www.valleymetro.org

Provides senior citizens (65+) and persons with disabilities living in Chandler, Gilbert, Mesa, and Tempe transportation options outside of regular Valley Metro services. Program options include Coupons for Cabs, Taxi Vouchers, Circulators, Mesa Mileage Reimbursement, and Volunteer Driver Program (Chandler/Gilbert).
Foothills Caring Corps
480-488-1105
http://foothillscaringcorps.com/

Offers free in home services (including visits, meals, business help, and minor home repair) and transportation services (including social outings, grocery transportation, and medical appointment transportation) to homebound and/or disabled adults in North Scottsdale (85255 north of Bell Rd, 85262), Carefree (85377), Cave Creek (85327, 85331), and Carefree Highway to I-17 (85085, 85086).
Fry's Mercado
602-415-5700
www.frysfood.com
4230 W. McDowell Rd.
Phoenix, AZ 85009
Offers free transportation home (from 27th Ave. to 59th Ave., and from Van Buren St. to Indian School Rd.) with the purchase of $20-$25 worth of groceries.
John F. Long Family Services Center
602-262-6510
www.phoenix.gov

Provides a broad range of services to promote self-sufficiency for adults and families. Examples of assistance include budgeting, social and life-skills development, counseling and direct services. Also offers rental and utility assistance in crisis situations. Other emergency services are provided as center resources allow. Also provides one free bus ticket with a letter from employer indicating next pay day.
Please contact the service providers directly for information about any of the services listed. Contact Southwest Network,
HelpBook@SouthwestNetwork.org, only to report an incorrect listing or to suggest a resource that could be added to the directory. Thank you.

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Labor's Community Service Agency - SHIFT
602-263-5741
www.lcsaphx.org
3117 N. 16th St., #100
Phoenix, AZ 85016
Their S.H.I.F.T. program offers eligible families (80% or below median income level with a history of homelessness) reliable, affordable car ownership. The family must be able to afford $300/month, and applications are accepted year-round.
Ranch Market

www.prosranch.com

All valley Ranch Markets offer free shuttle service home, or to any other location, within 15 miles of their store after the purchase of $25 or more in groceries. See your neighborhood Ranch Market for details.
RidePlus
877-743-3090
www.rideplus.net

Provides door-thru-door transportation by medical assistants with the option of assisstance and accompaniment for any travel need for a low cost rate. ($3/pick up fee, $0.60/minute w/ 15 minute minimum). No additional passenger or gas surcharge fees. Must schedule 24 hours in advance (Monday through Friday, 9am - 5pm).
Senior Cab
602-801-1163
www.phoenix.gov

This program, offered by City of Phoenix, allows seniors 65 and over who live in Phoenix to buy discounted taxi coupons for 30% of their value. Seniors can buy up to 40 coupons ($1 value) per month at 70% subsidy, and an additional 40 coupons at 50% subsidy. All coupons will expire 6/30/2011.
The Salvation Army
602-267-4122
www.salvationarmyusa.org

Provides assistance with food, rent payments, utility payments, transportation costs, prescription costs, hygiene supplies, counseling, clothing, and other emergency assistance for individuals and families in need. Programs located throughout the valley.
Valley Metro
602-253-5000
www.valleymetro.org

Offers reduced fare bus passes to youth (ages 6-18), seniors (age 65+), and persons with disabilities and Medicare card holders (must have proof of disability). Reduced fare is $0.85/ride. Ask your doctor to complete the Reduced Fare Application, and call the Customer service line is 602-253-5000 for information on sites that can issue the Reduced Fare ID card. There is a $2.50 fee for the Reduced Fare ID card.
Valley Metro Mobility Center
602-716-2100
http://www.valleymetro.org/valley_metro/overview/mobility_center
4600 E. Washington, #102
Phoenix, AZ
Offers an on-site travel training center, in-person ADA interviews and certification, and information on alternative travel programs. Provides a free travel training program to individuals with a disability and at least one identified route to learn. ADA-certified individuals who live in Avondale, Chandler, Gilbert, Mesa, Peoria, or Tempe can also obtain a free ADA Platinum Pass that provides transportation by bus or lightrail for no cost.
Please contact the service providers directly for information about any of the services listed. Contact Southwest Network,
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Arizona Department of Economic Security - Employment Administration

https://www.azdes.gov/esa/

Provides a web portal for job seekers in Arizona with information on available jobs and job support services throughout the valley.
Arizona Unemployment Insurance Office
602-364-2722
www.azui.com

Offers unemployment compensation for individuals out of work, generally through no fault of their own, for periods between jobs.
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Arizona 2-1-1 (Community Information & Referral)
2-1-1
211Arizona.org

Provides information and referrals for various community resources 24 hours a day/7 days a week.
Arizona Opportunities Industrialization Center
602-254-5081
www.azoic.org
39 E. Jackson St.
Phoenix, AZ 85004
Offers specfic job training courses with certification to the community. Offers GED preparation, job leads, and a clothing closet. Offers free work readiness skill building courses, counseling, and job placement for homeless veteran's.
City of Phoenix
602-262-4422
www.phoenix.gov/housing

Offers low rent public housing, scattered sites home ownership, the affordable housing program, and senior and disabled housing programs for income eligible individuals and families. Applications required, and most programs have a wait list. Additional voucher programs offered in conjunction with CASS, Native American Connections, the VA, CPS, Care Directions, Watkins shelter, and Magellan.
Give An Hour

www.giveanhour.org

Offers free counseling for military personnel and their families affected by the current conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Military & Veteran's Peer Support Group
480-593-4630
www.phoenix.va.gov
215 E. Indian School Rd.
Phoenix, AZ 85012
Thursdays at 2 pm at the Phoenix VA Hospital, room D540. Please call before you attend.
NAMI - Veteran's Resource Center
1-800-950-6264
http://www.nami.org/Template.cfm?section=Find_Support

Go to the website, and click on "Veterans and Military Resource Center" for available veteran specific information regarding Mental Health Care.
National Resource Directory

www.NRD.gov

The National Resource Directory (www.NRD.gov) provides access to thousands of services and resources at the national, state and local levels to support recovery, rehabilitation and reintegration. Wounded warriors, Service Members, Veterans, families and caregivers can find information on key topics such as health care, employment and education.
Operation American Patriot
623-374-2332

11250 N 107th Ave
Sun City, AZ 85351
Offers free assistance and resources to veterans to assimilate into life.
Phoenix School of Law Veterans Legal Assistance Clinic
602-464-7820

4041 North Central Ave., Bldg B, 1st Floor
Phoenix, AZ 85012
Provides free legal assistance for eligible veterans in civil matters. Accepting new clients on June 20, 2011.
Phoenix School of Law Veterans Tax Clinic
602-464-7830

4041 North Central Ave., Bldg B, 1st Floor
Phoenix, AZ 85012
Provides free assistance to eligible veterans in preparing personal federal income taxes.
PTSD Group
480-994-4407 x10
www.mhaarizona.org
650 E. Indian School Rd.
Phoenix, AZ
Thursdays from 6 – 8pm at the VA in room K-112. Please call before you attend. Open to anyone with PTSD (not just vets).
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The National Caregiver Support Line
855-260-3274
http://www.caregiver.va.gov/

Provides information regarding new caregiver benefits, referrals to local caregiver support coordinators as well as emotional support to those concerned with their ability to provide care to loved ones who are Veterans.
VA Home Front
1-877-424-3838
http://www.va.gov/homeless/

Those who served our country should never face homelessness. The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs(VA) is committed to ending Veteran homelessness by 2015. VA is providing a comprehensive solution to getting our Veterans off the streets. Yet many Veterans at risk of homelessness are not aware that VA has specialized programs available to get them on their feet before they end up on the street.
Veteran's Administration
602-277-5551 X7455
www.va.gov
www.nationalresourcedirectory.gov
Provides 8 levels of eligibility for medical coverage, including mental health coverage. Also offers an online resource directory.
Veteran's Crisis Line
800-273-8255 (press 1)
http://www.veteranscrisisline.net/

The Veterans Crisis Line connects Veterans in crisis and their families and friends with qualified, caring Department of Veterans Affairs responders through a confidential toll-free hotline, online chat, or text. The website also offers a resource locator and additional online resources.
Please contact the service providers directly for information about any of the services listed. Contact Southwest Network,
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America's Best Eye Care Club
800-896-7247
www.twopair.com

Provides free eye exams (up to two per year) for the life of the membership, and 10% off glasses and contacts. A 3 year membership is $99.
Arizona 2-1-1 (Community Information & Referral)
2-1-1
211Arizona.org

Provides information and referrals for various community resources 24 hours a day/7 days a week.
Arizona Foundation for Eye Health
602-251-3400
www.azeyefoundation.org

Provides programs to enable access to eye care professionals and educational materials to uninsured and under-served at risk populations. Program can include "gift certficates" for free care.
Arizona State Braille & Talking Book Library
602-255-5578
http://www.lib.az.us/braille

Provides books, magazines and other library resources in alternate formats for all Arizona residents whose visual or physical disabilities prevent the use of conventional print materials. Also offers information about resources and activities around the valley for the visually and hearing impaired.
Chandler Care Center
480-728-3798

777 E. Galveston Road
Chandler, AZ 8524
Provides free vision and hearing screenings for children on Tuesdays and Fridays from 9am - 12pm (starting May 10, 2011).
Eye Care America
800-222-3937
www.eyecareamerica.org

Provides free eye exams based on eligibility (age and risk factors).
Foundation for Blind Children
602-331-1470
http://www.seeitourway.org/
1235 East Harmont Drive
Phoenix, AZ 85020
Creates opportunities for anyone with vision loss to achieve. With three Valley locations (East Valley, West Valley and Central Phoenix), they strive to serve as "the" community's resource for blind, visually-impaired, and multi-handicapped children, adults, and their families.
Knights Templar Eye Foundation
847-490-3838
www.knightstemplar.org

Provides assistance with eye surgery for individuals who make less than $18,000/year and have been declined for services by Medicaid (AHCCCS). Must be a US citizen and have less than $50,000 in assets.
Lions Sight and Hearing Foundation
602-954-1723
http://www.lions-sight-and-hearing-foundation.org/

Provides assistance with eye glasses, eye surgery, and hearing aids. Glasses and hearing aids provided for a sliding scale fee based on qualifications; recipient is responsible for eyeglass prescription or hearing test. Currently, there is a 4-5 month wait list for hearing assistance.
Midwestern University Eye Institute
623-537-6000
http://www.mwuclinic.com/Eye_Institute.html

Provides comprehensive eye care on a sliding scale fee for anyone earning up to 200% of FPL. If not qualified for the discounted rate, the comprehensive eye exam is $35.
One Sight
Local Lens Crafters
http://www.onesight.org/na/

Provides free vision care and eyewear to those who qualify based on income and need. Must be screened by a partner agency. Contact your local LensCrafters for details.
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St. Vincent de Paul Health Center
602-261-6868
www.stvincentdepaul.net

Offers free medical clinic based on need and availability. Has a medical equipment loan program for low income individuals. Also offers a lottery for free dental care. Must call and leave a message. Also has a limited fund for free eye surgery for those who qualify.
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