•      Phoenix Union High School District Resource List

    Crisis Support


    Crisis Response Network: CRN provides confidential crisis support via telephone support or through dispatching a two-person mobile crisis team to any location. Crisis Lines are open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.

    Phone Number: 602-222-9444                             Location: 1275 W. Washington Street, Suite 108, Tempe, 85281

    Web Address: http://www.crisisnetwork.org/


    Teen Lifeline: Teen Lifeline provides safe, confidential, and crucial crisis service where teens help teens make healthy decisions together.

    Phone Number: 602-248-8336                              Location: PO Box 10745, Phoenix, 85064 (Mailing Address)

    Web Address: http://teenlifeline.org/


    General Counseling Services


    Bayless: Experienced professionals, trained in the specialty of child and family issues, provide a comprehensive array of behavioral health services. Services include: Academic Strength and Weakness Evaluation; Athletic Focus and Concentration Therapy; Child Development Services; Crisis Intervention; Family Therapy; Individual Therapy; Learning Disability Evaluation; Medication Management; Outpatient Substance Abuse Treatment; Parent-child Relationships; Personality Strengths and Weakness Evaluation; Psychiatric Evaluation; Psychodiagnostic Evaluation; Psychological Evaluation; Substance Abuse Prevention; Autism Evaluation; Case Management; Child Development Services; and Group Counseling.

    Phone Number: 602-230-7373                                  Location: Multiple locations throughout Central and South Phoenix

    Web Address: http://www.baylesshealthcare.com/services/behavioral-health/


    Catholic Charities Community Services: If you are in need of counseling, the staff provides quality, affordable services to help you where you need support. Their counselors will help you better understand yourself, your abilities and potential. They welcome people of all faiths, backgrounds and abilities. They provide counseling for individuals, families, couples, children and adolescents dealing with a variety of issues, including: Abuse – emotional, physical, sexual and verbal; Anger management; Anxiety/Depression; Divorce/Marriage; Grief and loss; Parenting; Stress management; Substance abuse. Their services are fee-based with a sliding scale based on your ability to pay. Additional services include: Adoption; Affordable Housing; Counseling; Domestic Violence; Foster Care; Immigration Services; MANA House; North Star Youth Development; Parents as Teachers; Refugee Resettlement; Sex Trafficking; Unaccompanied Minors; Unplanned Pregnancy Counseling; Westside Head Start.

    Phone Number:  602-749-4405                                   Location: 1825 W Northern Ave, Phoenix, 85021

    Web Address: https://www.catholiccharitiesaz.org/     Location: 7400 W Olive Ave, #10, Peoria, 85345


    Chicanos Por La Causa: CPLC Centro De La Familia provides outpatient behavioral health services for families, adults, children, and adolescents. Services are offered to those living with serious mental illness, general mental health issues, and substance abuse issues. These issues can be related to depression, anxiety, relationships, loss, substance abuse, suicidal thoughts, and trauma from sexual, emotional and/or physical abuse.

    Phone Number: 623-247-0464                                     Location: 6850 W Indian School Rd, Phoenix, 85003

    Web Address: http://www.cplc.org/


    Jewish Family and Children’s Service: Jewish Family & Children's Service is a non-profit, non-sectarian organization that strengthens the community by offering high quality behavioral health and social services to children, families and adults of all ages, in accordance with a Jewish value system that cares about all humanity. Children and Teen services include: Counseling & Behavioral Health; Play therapy & treatment (for younger children) at specific clinic locations; Adolescent substance abuse counseling; Outpatient mental health services; and Transition Support - support for youth exiting the state foster care system.

    Phone Number:  602-353-0703                                 Location: 3001 N 33rd Ave, Phoenix, 85017

    Phone Number:  623-234-9811                                 Location: 1840 N 95th Ave, Suite 146, Phoenix, 85037

    Web Address: http://www.jfcsaz.org/



    La Fronterra/EMPACT: EMPACT-SPC is committed to working collaboratively with our public and private partners to solve community problems. We have the resources and expertise to address issues of behavioral health, housing, family and children’s services, employment, crisis intervention, and community and cultural education. We work hard to build personal responsibility, stabilize families, and assist individuals in achieving their recovery goals – helping to make our communities safer, stronger and healthier.

    Phone Number: 480-784-1514                                Location: 4425 W. Olive, Suite 194, Glendale, 85302

    Web Address: http://lafrontera-empact.org/


    Native Health: The mission of the Native Health Behavioral Health Division is to help individuals and families maintain a balanced lifestyle by providing professional and confidential behavioral health services and resources that are culturally appropriate to the urban Native American community and other populations. Services provided include: Teen Anger Management; Continuing Care Program; Domestic Violence Services; Individual, Group, and Family Counseling; Alcohol & Substance Abuse Treatment; Talking Circle; and Anger Management Groups.

    Phone Number: 602-279-5262, ext 3206               Location: 4041 North Central Avenue, Building C, Phoenix, 85012

    Web Address: http://www.nativehealthphoenix.org/behavioral-health


    Southwest Behavioral Health: Behavioral health interventions that assist families, children, adolescents, and/or adults in achieving optimal functioning in their personal lives and their community. Services are designed to be short-term in nature and build upon a consumer’s strengths, and provide community supports while minimizing behavioral crises and a recurrence of symptoms. Treatment frequency, modality, and length of stay will vary by individual needs and preferences. Services may be provided in office or home-based settings and address substance abuse, general mental health, family functioning, crisis, planning, and skill building. Services include: Counseling (Individual, Family, and Group); Case Management; Psychiatric Evaluations/Medication Monitoring; Skills Training; Health and Wellness; Behavior Coaching.

    Phone Number:  602-258-3600                              Location: 1424 S 7th Avenue, Bldg. C, Phoenix, 85007

    Phone Number:  602-268-8748                              Location: 4420 S. 32nd Street, Phoenix, 85040

    Phone Number:  602-957-2507                              Location: 2632 E Thomas Road, #100, Phoenix, 85016

    Web Address: http://www.sbhservices.org/


    Terros: Terros provides integrated behavioral and physical health care, as well as family and community services. People are helped to manage addiction and behavioral health challenges. We help restore families and we connect people who are in crisis with the care they need.

    Phone Number: 602-685-6000                                Location: 3864 N. 37th Ave, Phoenix, 85017

    Web Address: http://www.terros.org/                       Location: 2400 W Dunlap Ave, Ste. 300, Phoenix, 85021


    Touchstone Behavior Health: Touchstone’s Outpatient Therapy (OPT) provides services to youth ages 7 through 17, and their families by Master’s level Therapists who are supervised by independently licensed clinicians. Touchstone’s Therapists are trained and supervised in a trauma informed approach. Individual therapy may be provided but clinicians begin with a family centered and family focused approach to assist the child in the natural environment. We utilize best practice interventions such as: Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TFCBT); Motivational Interviewing; Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT); Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR); Sand Tray Therapy; Gottman Couples Therapy Method. They also provide group therapy and parenting training. Their services are offered in office, home, and in school. Many of the clinicians are Spanish speaking. Language assistance is provided if necessary.

    Phone Number:  866-207-3882                             Location: 15810 N 35th Ave, Phoenix, 85053

    Web Address: http://www.touchstonehs.org/


    Valle del Sol: Valle del Sol offers a wide array of services, which are provided directly to youth and families in their homes, schools and communities. The goal of treatment is to assist children in remaining in the home, to achieve success in school, maintain and restore healthier family relationships, avoid delinquency, and to help the child and family function effectively in their environment. In addition, many types of in-home support services are provided to families who are referred by Child Protective Services.

    Phone Number:  602-258-6797                              Location: 3807 N. 7th St., Phoenix, 85014

    Web Address: http://www.valledelsol.com/youth-and-family-services/




    In-Patient Services


    Aurora:  Aurora Behavioral Health West offers short-term, acute care services to meet the needs of adolescents, ages 13 through 17, who are struggling with emotional and psychological problems. Adolescents are treated and cared for by licensed professionals whose combined specialties focus on dealing with depression, substance abuse, aggression, rebellion, self-injury and suicidal behaviors. Our hospital offers a safe and secure environment staffed with caring and highly trained professionals, providing an atmosphere that promotes stabilization and healing.

    Phone Number: 623-344-4400                                Location: 6015 W Peoria Ave, Glendale, 85302

    Web Address: http://www.auroraarizona.com/programs/arizona-adolescent-programs


    Quail Run: Quail Run behavioral health hospital provides acute inpatient, partial hospitalization(PHP) and Intensive outpatient programs(IOP). At Quail Run, their treatment team includes: psychiatrists, psychologists, social workers, nurses, behavioral health specialists, and recreation therapists. Working together with patients and their families to instill hope, promote treatment and support the on-going process of recovery. Their team of professionals work with you to develop an individualized plan of care that addresses the concerns identified during the initial assessment and treatment processes. They take pride in offering quality care in a compassionate and comfortable environment.

    Phone Number: 602-455-5694                              Location: 2545 W Quail Ave, Phoenix, 85027

    Web Address: http://www.quailrunbehavioral.com/


    Scottsdale Banner Behavioral Health Hospital: Banner Behavioral Health Hospital is deeply committed to excellent patient care. The goal of their highly skilled and compassionate staff is to provide a therapeutic healing environment where you will begin developing a roadmap to successful living and tools to help you cope with life stressors. At Banner Health, their behavioral health experts work with you or your loved ones to offer a variety of treatment options.

    Phone Number: 480-941-7500                              Location: 7575 E. Earl Dr, Scottsdale, 85251

    Web Address: https://www.bannerhealth.com/locations/scottsdale/banner-behavioral-health-hospital


    St. Lukes: St. Luke’s Behavioral Health Center, part of IASIS Healthcare, is a 124-bed facility located in Phoenix, Arizona, on the campus of St. Luke’s Medical Center. The Behavioral Health Center offers a full spectrum of inpatient and outpatient services for seniors, adults, adolescents and children requiring psychiatric and chemical dependency care. Individualized treatment plans are developed through a collaborative effort between each patient and our caring and experienced staff. They maintain a holistic approach to treatment that addresses each person’s physiological, psychological, spiritual and social needs.

    Phone Number: 602-251-8535                              Location: 1800 E Van Buren Street, Phoenix, 85006

    Web Address: http://www.auroraarizona.com/programs/arizona-adolescent-programs




    Department of Child Safety (Formerly CPS): The Arizona Department of Child Safety is a human service organization dedicated to achieving safety, well-being and permanency for children, youth and families through leadership and the provision of quality services in partnership with communities.

    Phone Number: 602-255-2500                             Location:  PO Box 6030, S/C CH010-23A, Phoenix 85005

    Child Abuse Hotline: 1-888-767-2445

    Web Address: https://dcs.az.gov/


    ChildHelp: Childhelp intervention programs protect children from danger along several steps of crisis resolution. The first step in their approach is the Childhelp National Child Abuse Hotline, a 24/7 resource for children, parents, caregivers, teachers, and concerned individuals who suspect abuse may be occurring. The hotline offers crisis intervention, information, literature and referrals to thousands of emergency, social service, and support resources.

    Phone Number: 602-271-4500                            Location: 2120 North Central Ave, Suite 130, Phoenix 85004

    Web Address: https://www.childhelp.org/


    Adult Protective Services: Working in partnership with law enforcement, the courts and community based service providers, APS can assist in facilitating services and supports that help protect vulnerable adults from abuse, neglect or exploitation, and help them live as independently as possible.

    Phone Number: 602-542-4446                             Location: 1789 West Jefferson Street (950A), Phoenix, 85007

    Vulnerable Adult Abuse Hotline: Monday-Friday 7 a.m. – 7 p.m., Saturday-Sunday 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. 1-877-767-2385

    Online Reporting Website: https://des.az.gov/services/aging-and-adult/adult-protective-services/file-aps-report-online

    Web Address: https://des.az.gov/services/aging-and-adult/arizona-adult-protective-services-aps


    Bikers Against Child Abuse (BACA): Bikers Against Child Abuse, Inc. (B.A.C.A.) exists with the intent to create a safer environment for abused children. They exist as a body of Bikers to empower children to not feel afraid of the world in which they live. They stand ready to lend support to our wounded friends by involving them with an established, united organization. They work in conjunction with local and state officials who are already in place to protect children.

    Phone Number: 1-800-235-7268                         Location: P.O. Box 2864, Mesa, AZ 85214

    Web Address: http://arizona.bacaworld.org/


    Anger Management


    Catholic Charities Community Services: See general counseling services for phone number and location.

    Web Address: https://www.catholiccharitiesaz.org/all-locations/counseling


    Native Health: See general counseling services for phone number and location.

    Web Address: http://www.nativehealthphoenix.org/teen-anger-management-group


    Valle Del Sol: See general counseling services for phone number and location.

    Web Address: http://www.valledelsol.com/youth-and-family-services/


    Dating Violence/Domestic Violence


    A New Leaf – Faith House: A New Leaf helps bring hope and new beginnings to victims of domestic violence and their children. Through shelters, advocacy and the shelter over-flow program, we work tirelessly to help victims break the cycle of abuse. Services include: 24-hour crisis hotline; Safe housing; meals and basic needs; Case management; financial coaching and workforce development; Childcare; and Counseling for life skills and educational classes.

    Phone Number: 480-890-3039                                                                            Location: Shelter in Glendale

    Web Address: http://www.turnanewleaf.org/services/domestic-violence.html    Main Office: 868 E University Dr, Mesa, 85203


    Arizona Coalition to End Sexual and Domestic Violence: Providers of direct services to victims and survivors of sexual and domestic violence are our primary customers. Victims and survivors are the beneficiaries of our work.

    Phone Number: 602-279-2900                               Location: 2800 N Central Ave, Suite 1570, Phoenix, 85004

    National Hotline Number: 1-800-799-7233

    Web Address: http://www.acesdv.org/


    Catholic Charities – My Sister’s Place: See general counseling services for phone number and location.

    Web Address: https://www.catholiccharitiesaz.org/phoenix/domestic-violence


    Chrysalis: Chrysalis has been servicing the needs of women, children and men throughout the Valley who are trying to break the cycle of violence and abuse with a wide array of comprehensive services. The number of lives affected by Chrysalis has grown fourfold since its inception, with more than 1,300 individuals now being helped each year through the efforts of Chrysalis staff and volunteers.

    Phone Number: 602-955-9059                             Location: 2055 W. Northern Ave, Phoenix, 85021

    Web Address: https://noabuse.org/


    Chicanos Por La Causa – De Colores: The mission of De Colores is to provide a safe and secure environment where victims of domestic violence can recover from the devastating effects of abuse as they acquire the knowledge and skills necessary to become self-sufficient and break the cycle of violence. CPLC De Colores also provides community-based and follow up services to survivors and their children.

    Phone Number: 602-257-0700                              Location: 1112 E Buckeye Rd, Phoenix, 85034

    Web Address: https://www.cplc.org/Programs/IHHS#Domestic_Violence







    Eve’s Place: Eve's Place Inc. is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization in the West Valley of Maricopa County. For over 10 years, Eve's Place has provided innovative and empowerment based programs to victims of domestic, sexual and teen dating abuse. Currently, Eve's Place provides transitional housing to victims who are ready for their own residence and has introduced the concept of a Mobile Advocacy Program for victims in 10 separate communities in the West Valley. This new program brings services to victims in their own community regardless of their place in the healing process. The Mobile Advocacy Program can provide all the services available in a shelter without the bed for any victim of domestic abuse.

    Phone Number: 623-537-5380                             Location: 10448 W Coggins Drive, Sun City, 85351

    Web Address: http://www.evesplace.org/


    Family Advocacy Center - Phoenix: Provides comprehensive services to victims of domestic violence and sexual violence and other violent crimes; and to take a leadership role in educating the community about the impact of violence. The FAC provides victims the opportunity to obtain a variety of services without having to travel to multiple locations. At the center, individuals are able to meet with victim advocates and police who are available to answer questions and provide emotional support.

    Phone Number: 602-534-2120                             Location: 2120 N Central Ave, Phoenix, 85004

    Web Address: http://phoenix.gov/fac


    Kaity’s Way: Kaity’s Way exists to promote the importance of safe, healthy teen dating relationships and educate the community on issues relating to dating violence.

    Phone Number: 602-740-2734                              Location: P.O. Box 83494, Phoenix, 85071

    Web Address: http://kaitysway.org/


    Native Health: See general counseling services for phone number and location.

    Web Address: http://www.nativehealthphoenix.org/services/behavioral/domestic-violence-services/


    Sojourner Center: Sojourner Center provides shelter and support services to women, children, men and pets that are affected by domestic violence and human trafficking. They provide a continuum of multicultural services, connect individuals and families to transitional housing and other resources in Arizona, and collaborate with the global community on education, research and advocacy.

    Phone Number: 602-244-0997                              Location: P.O. Box 20156, Phoenix, 85036

    Web Address: https://www.sojournercenter.org/


    Food Boxes


    St Mary’s Food Bank: St. Mary’s Food Bank is one of the largest food banks in the United States, and is proud of the impact it has had on Arizona—and the world. If you or people you know are looking for a bit of help, look to St. Mary’s Food Bank Alliance. Providing food and other forms of assistance to families and individuals in need, St. Mary’s Food Bank partners with agencies in ten of Arizona’s 15 counties.

    Phone Number: 602-242-3663                             Location: 3131 W Thomas Rd, Phoenix, 85017

    Web Address: http://www.firstfoodbank.org/


    General Information and Resource Referrals


    Community Resource and Referral: Community Information and Referral Services transforms lives by linking individuals and families to vital community services throughout Arizona. It is our vision that all Arizonans are easily connected to available health and human services in their communities. With our 2-1-1 Arizona program, we are the lead agency and provider of 2-1-1 services in Arizona.

    Phone Number: 211                                                 Location: n/a

    Web Address: http://www.211arizona.org/


    La Fronterra/EMPACT Crisis Navigator Services: See general counseling services for phone number and location.

    Web Address: http://lafrontera-empact.org/services/#crisis_program


    Valle Del Sol Crisis Navigator Services: See general counseling services for phone number and location.

    Web Address: http://www.valledelsol.com/adult-services/



    Grief and Loss


    EMPACT – Survivors of Suicide: Survivors of Suicide (SOS), a service of EMPACT-Suicide Prevention Center, is a support program for those whose common bond is the loss of a loved one to suicide. The program allows members to have the emotional support of others who have shared the trauma of this event. The focus of the program is on emotional healing and survival.

    Phone Number: 480-784-1514, ext 1219         Location: 4425 W Olive Ave, Suite 194, Glendale 85302

    Web Address: http://empactsos.org/


    New Song: The New Song Center for Grieving Children is here to provide nurturing support for grieving children, teens, young adults and their families.

    Phone Number: 480-951-8985                        Program Location: Arizona School for the Arts, 1410 N. 3rd Street, Phx, 85004

    Web Address: https://www.hov.org/welcome-new-song-center-grieving-children


    Stepping Stones of Hope: Stepping Stones of Hopeprograms provide a safe place for children to express themselves.

    Through art, music, role-playing, and a lot of talking and laughing, kids learn about death and dying. And, they learn how to begin to cope. At the same time nearby, and in a separate location, adult family members are learning too, exploring their grief through journaling, music, art, self-care, relaxation and dialogue. And they discover ways to best support the children who share their loss.

    Phone Number: 602-264-7520                        Location: 4000 N. 7th Street, Suite 108, Phoenix, 85014

    Web Address: http://www.steppingstonesofhope.org/


    Housing Services & Shelters


    Catholic Charities: See general counseling services for phone number and location

    Web Address: https://www.catholiccharitiesaz.org/


    Chicanos Por La Causa: CPLC’s housing programs include a full-service commercial real estate management and development organization that provides facilities management. The agency offers counseling services to clients on mortgage default, pre-purchase, post-purchase, and first time home buyer education, financial literacy, foreclosure prevention and fair housing. In addition, CPLC develops and builds affordable single-family housing units for low-income families in economically distressed neighborhoods.

    Phone Number:  602-253-0838                           Location: 1402 S Central Ave, Bldg A, Phoenix, 85004

    Web Address: http://www.cplc.org/Programs/Housing


    Friendly House: The Family Services Departments assists children and families to stabilize their personal and home environments through emergency relief, counseling, and parent training. The Emergency Services/Basic Needs program prevents homelessness and stabilizes families in Greater Phoenix by providing emergency/basic needs services such as: utility and/or rent assistance, transportation assistance, food boxes, information and referrals for other community resources which will improve the clients’ prospects for improving their self-sufficiency.

    Phone Number: 602-416-7230                              Location: 113 W Sherman St., Phoenix, AZ 85003

    Web Address: https://friendlyhouse.org/programs/family-services/


    One N Ten – Promise of A New Day Housing Program: Promise of a New Day is a supportive housing program designed to help one•n•ten youth experiencing homelessness gain the skills necessary to successfully transition to independent living. One•n•ten’s Case Manager works closely with the youth to ensure they have the resources to succeed.  This includes job training, life skill training, mental health counseling, transportation, and personal development goal-setting to guide their path.

    Phone Number: 602-400-2601                              Location: Downtown Phoenix

    Website: http://onenten.org/promise-of-a-new-day-housing-program/


    Phoenix Housing: The programs provide conventional public housing, affordable rental apartments and single-family homes to more than 25,000 area residents.

    Phone Number: 602-262-6794                               Location: 251 W Washington St, 4th Fl, Phoenix, 85003

    Web Address: https://www.phoenix.gov/housing


    The Salvation Army: The Kaiser Family Center is a 120-day program that assists homeless families. The program promotes self-sufficiency by helping adults develop the skills necessary to maintain a secure lifestyle. Families are provided with housing, meals, and material assistance during the program. Children living at the shelter attend an after-school program and various recreational activities.

    Phone Number:  602-267-4130                           Location: 2707 E Van Buren St, Phoenix, 85008

    Web Address: http://www.salvationarmyphoenix.org/#!kaiser-family-crisis-center/c1p43


    United Methodist Outreach Ministries (UMOM): UMOM keeps families together and provides a continuum of care from emergency shelter to transitional housing and finally, permanent, affordable housing. Families at UMOM have the opportunity to gain the skills, medical care, quality child care, and education they need to rebuild their lives and succeed when they leave.

    Phone Number:  602-275-7852                           Location: 3333 E Van Buren St, Phoenix, 85008

    Web Address: http://www.umom.org/


    Law Enforcement


    Phoenix Police  

    Emergency: Call 911

    Report a Crime: 602-262-6151

    Web Address: https://www.phoenix.gov/police


    Silent Witness: Silent Witness is dedicated to creating safer communities by working in partnership with citizens, media, and law enforcement to solve and prevent crime within the state of Arizona.

    Phone Number: 480-948-6377                                               

    Web Address: http://www.silentwitness.org/


    LGBTQ Resources


    GLSEN: GLSEN works to ensure safe schools for ALL students, regardless of sexual orientation and gender identity.

    Phone Number: 602-705-9780                             Location: P.O. Box 2386, Phoenix, AZ 85002

    Web Address: http://www.glsen.org/chapters/phoenix


    One n Ten: One n Ten is a nonprofit organization dedicated to serving and assisting lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and questioning (LGBTQ) youth. They provide youth with tools to improve self-esteem and self-acceptance.

    Phone Number:  602-400-2601                            Location: 3660 N. 3rd St, Phoenix, 85012

    Web Address: http://onenten.org/


    One Voice: As a thriving community center, One Voice’s primary focus is to effectively service, be a resource for, and to educate our LGBTQ community. The Center has a variety of services, resources and programs that are open to all. We offer support groups, wellness services, education, health, resource materials and more.

    Phone Number: 602-712-0111                             Location: 801 Nother 2nd Ave, Phoenix, 85003

    Web Address: http://phoenixpridelgbtcenter.org/


    PFLAG:  PFLAG supports people who are LGBTQ, their famlies, friends and alliesboth locally and nationally, providing PFLAG chapter support group meetings and resources. PFLAG also educates families and communities on sexual orientation, gender identity and LGBTQ issues.

    Phone Number: 602-843-1404                              Mailing Address: 2942 N 24th St, Suite 114-310, Phoenix, 85016

    Web Address: http://pflagphoenix.org/contact-us/


    Pregnant and Parenting


    Southwest Human Development: Southwest Human Development is Arizona’s largest nonprofit dedicated to early childhood development. Since our founding in 1981, Southwest Human Development has been a leader in providing services for children ages birth to 5 and their families in the areas of: Child Development and Mental Health, Easter Seals Disabilities Services, Early Literacy and Head Start, and Child Welfare

    Phone Number: 602-866-5976                             Location: 2850 N. 24th Street, Phoenix, 85008

    Web Address: https://www.swhd.org/


    The Worthy Institute: The Worthy Institute can offer case management services for pregnant and parenting teens. Any teen in the state of Arizona that is a parent or pregnant is available to receive these services at no cost. They serve both teen mothers and fathers.  

    Phone Number: 602-258-3300                             Location: 2942 N. 24th Street, Suite 207, Phoenix, 85016

    Web Address: http://www.worthyinstitute.com/


    Women, Infants, and Children: The Arizona Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) provides nutrition education and breastfeeding support services, supplemental nutritious foods and referrals to health and social services. WIC serves pregnant, breastfeeding, and postpartum women; infants; and children under the age of five who are determined to be at nutritional risk. The WIC Program is funded by the United States Department of Agriculture.

    Phone Number: 1-800-252-5942                             Location: 150 N. 18th Ave, Ste. 310, Phoenix 85007

    Web Address: www.azdhs.gov/azwic


    Refugee & Immigrant Services


    Arizona Immigrant & Refugee Services (AIRS): Arizona Immigrant and Refugees Services is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. The agency was founded in 1989 to provide social, economic and educational services to the inner city residents of Phoenix. In 2001, AIRS began resettling refugees. From 2001 to present, AIRS has resettled 1910 refugees and immigrants in Maricopa County. AIRS programs provide recently arrived refugees and legal immigrants with housing, food, clothing, translation as needed, English language instruction, job training, employment assistance, immigration services, referrals and other services. Areas of immigration and legal assistance: Adjustment of Status, Asylum applications, Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), Employment authorization, Employment-based immigrant and non-immigrant petitions, Family-based petitions, NACARA, Naturalization/Citizenship, T visas, Temporary Protected Status (TPS), U visas, Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) petitions

    Phone Number: 602-944-1821                                 Location: 10240 N. 31st Ave, Suite 112, Phoenix, AZ 85051

    Website: http://airsaz.org/


    Arizona Legal Women and Youth Services (ALWAYS): We are attorneys, advocates, and volunteers working together to eliminate legal barriers to success and stability for vulnerable youth in Arizona.  We believe every person deserves full access to the justice system, and we work every day to make this a reality for vulnerable youth in Arizona. Areas of immigration an legal assistance: Adjustment of Status, Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), Naturalization/Citizenship, Special Immigrant Juvenile Status, T visas, Temporary Protected Status (TPS), U visas, Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) petitions Qualifications: up to age of 24 who are McKinney Veto (Students In Transitions) or Victims of Domestic Violence – services free to those who qualify

    Phone Number: 602-248-7055                                 Location:  24 W. Camelback Road, #A335, Phoenix, AZ 85013

    Website: http://alwaysaz.org/


    Catholic Charities Community Services: Catholic Charities staff and volunteers monitor the needs of central and northern Arizona communities and responded by providing life-changing services that protect and nurture children, help strengthen families and assist individuals in crisis - growing to serve communities in Maricopa, Yavapai, Coconino and Mohave Counties. Areas of immigration and legal assistance: Asylum applications, Consular Processing, Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), Employment authorization, Family-based petitions, Naturalization/Citizenship, Removal hearings, T visas, U visas, Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) petitions. $20 Consultation fee

    Phone Number: 602-997-6105                               Location: 1825 W Northern Ave, Phoenix, 85021

    Web Address: https://www.catholiccharitiesaz.org/services-for-those-in-need/directory-of-services-phoenix


    Friendly House: The Immigration and Legal Services Department assists qualified individuals and families to obtain immigration benefits in order to become integrated and successful members of our community. They provide high quality legal services to individuals with immigration needs. Areas of immigration and legal assistance: DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrival), Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) petitions/U visas/ T visas, Affidavit of Support, Fiancé (e) Visa, DACA- Renewals, Green Card –Renewals, Family-based Petitions, Adjustment of Status, Cancellation of Removal, Consular Processing, Naturalization/Citizenship, Employment Authorization, FOIA/FBI requests

    Phone Number:(602) 257-1870                            Location: 113 W Sherman St., Phoenix, 85003

    Web Address: https://friendlyhouse.org/




    International Rescue Committee (IRC): Focused on empowering lives and transforming the community, the IRC in Phoenix provides a wide variety of services designed to empower refugees and victims of human trafficking to regain control of their lives and become positive influencers and contributors in their communities. Areas of immigration and legal assistance: Adjustment of Status, Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), Employment authorization, Employment-based immigrant and non-immigrant petitions, Family-based petitions, Naturalization/Citizenship, Temporary Protected Status (TPS). Consultation fee does apply

    Phone Number: 602-433-2440                              Location: 4425 W Olive Ave #400, Glendale, 85302

    Web Address: http://www.rescue.org/us-program/us-phoenix-az


    Lutheran Social Services: Side by side with volunteers and community co-sponsors, LSS-SW resettles approximately 1,000 refugees each year as they strive toward previously unknown goals, strengthen newfound bounds, and courageously rebuild their lives. Services include: Pre-arrival housing, Case management, English classes, Navigating transportation and basic public services, Employment support, After-school activities and tutoring for children, Programs to develop self-sufficiency and skills for women, Immigration services

    Phone Number: 480-396-3795                             Location: 10201 S 51st Ave, Phoenix, 85044

    Web Address: http://www.lss-sw.org/


    United Farm Workers Foundation: Mission: The United Farm Workers Foundation’s mission is to open the doors of opportunity to working people and their communities. Vision: We envision a clear path to social integration and civic participation for immigrants and their children. Areas of immigration and legal assistance: adjustment of Status, Consular Processing, Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), Employment authorization, Family-based petitions, Naturalization/Citizenship.

    Phone Number: 602-889-0933                              Location: 1440 East Washington ST, Suite 210, Phoenix, 85034

    Website: http://ufwfoundation.org/


    Sexual Assault


    EMPACT Trauma Healing Services: The trained professionals at EMPCAT-SPC Trauma Healing Services provide compassionate support and validation of the individual’s experience. Therapists offer education concerning the effects of trauma on one’s life and provide the skills needed to begin healing. Services are made avialible free of chare to any affected by sexual violence.

    Phone Number: 480-736-4949                             Location: 4425 W. Olive Road, Suite 194, Glendale, 85302

    Web Address: http://lafrontera-empact.org/program-serach/1153/trauma-healing-services/


    Family Advocacy Center: See dating violence/domestic violence for phone number and location

    Website: https://www.phoenix.gov/humanservices/programs/victims/fac


    Sex Trafficking


    Arizona Legal Women and Youth Services (ALWAYS): We provide no-cost legal services to support the safety, stability, and self-sufficiency of young people and trafficking survivors impacted by homelessness, human trafficking, abuse, and the foster care system. Our services include full representation, consultations, referrals, training, and system reform advocacy.

    Phone Number: 602-248-7055                                 Location:  24 W. Camelback Road, #A335, Phoenix, AZ 85013

    Website: http://alwaysaz.org/


    Catholic Charities: See general counseling services for phone number and location

    Web Address: https://www.catholiccharitiesaz.org/


    Streetlight USA: StreetLightUSA is a residential center in Arizona specializing in the healing of child sex trafficking and sexual trauma victims ages 11-17 in the USA.

    Phone Number: 855-435-0900                              Mailing Address: P.O. Box 6178, Peoria, 85385

    Website: http://streetlightusa.org/wordpress/


    SexTraffickingHelp.com: This website has links to various services for victims of sex trafficking.

    Website: http://sextraffickinghelp.com/


    National Human Trafficking Hotline: 1-888-373-7888


    Substance Abuse


    Adolescent Substance Abuse Program (ASAP): The Adolescent Substance Abuse Program (ASAP) has proven itself Arizona's finest treatment program for young people ages 12-18 involved with alcohol and drugs since 1991. In 2016 they have celebrated our 25th year. All ASAP Programming is based on research proven, "best practices" interventions. Designed by three Phoenix-area psychologists, Dr. Phil Lett, Dr. Mark Rohde and Dr. Curtis Walling, the ASAP intensive outpatient program (IOP) pursues the "real-world" changes in home, family, peer, and school environments that yield lasting sobriety and a vastly improved quality of life for the entire family.The goal of the ASAP IOP Program is to help adolescents and their families re-establish a sober, safe, and mutually supportive relationship.

    Phone Number: 602-434-0249                              Location: 8607 N 59th Ave, #C-6, Glendale, 85028

    Web Address: http://www.asapaz.com/


    Bayless: See general counseling services for phone number and location.

    Web Address: http://www.baylesshealthcare.com/services/


    Jewish Family and Children’s Service: See general counseling services for phone number and location.

    Website: http://www.jfcsaz.org/site/c.ajIQK6NMLfJ0E/b.6214179/k.64ED/Substance_Abuse__Recovery.htm


    Native American Connections: Native American Connections provides adolescent intensive outpatient and substance use services including: Outpatient substance use counseling and Standing Strong, a 12-week intensive outpatient program that features: Decision making skills, relapse management, family counseling, recovery coaching, cultural groups and activities.

    Phone Number: 602-254-3247                              Location:4520 N Central Ave, Suite 600, Phoenix, 85012

    Web Address: http://www.nativeconnections.org/behavioral-health/families


    Touchstone Behavioral Health: See general counseling services for phone number and location

    Web Address: http://www.touchstonehs.org/home.html


    Valle Del Sol: See general counseling services for phone number and location

    Web Address: http://www.valledelsol.com/youth-and-family-services/


     South Phoenix Community Resources 

                                Agency                                             Address                       Phone #                                               Services                                                      Hours

    South Region:  Academies at South, Betty Fairfax & Cesar Chavez


    South Phoenix Youth Center

    5245 S. 7th St              

    Phoenix, 850040


    Programs include educational/tutorial classes, recreational programs and activities, and enrichment programs.  Specific centers are youth focused while some centers provide programming and classes for all age groups

    9am - 6pm

    Boys & Girls Club: Warner A. Gabriel

    1330 N. 15th St           

    Phoenix, 85006


    Unique mix of opportunities for kids & teens, including leadership development, activities, etc.  Free breakst and lunch available and extended hours are in place during school closures.

    M-T-TH 3pm-8pm    

    W 1pm -8pm             F


    Boys & Girls Club: MLB All-Star D-backs

    548 W. Southern Ave  

    Phoenix, 85041


    Unique mix of opportunities for kids & teens, including leadership development, activities, etc.  Free breakst and lunch available and extended hours are in place during school closures.

    M-T-W-Th 2:30-8pm / F 12:30 - 6pm

    West Region:  Alhambra, Carl Hayden, Maryvale & Trevor Browne

    Maryvale YMCA

    3825 N. 67th Ave    

    Phoenix, 85033


    Programs include educational/tutorial classes, recreational programs and activities, and enrichment programs.  Specific centers are youth focused while some centers provide programming and classes for all age groups

    5am - 9pm

    Maryvale, City of Phx Youth Center

    4420 N. 51st Ave     

    Phoenix, 85031


    Programs include recreational programs and activities, and enrichment programs.  Specific centers are youth focused while some centers provide programming and classes for all age groups

    9am - 6pm

    Boys  Girls Club: Jerry Colangelo

    1755 N. 34th Ave      

    Phoenix, 85009


    Unique mix of opportunities for kids & teens, including leadership development, activities, etc.  Free breakst and lunch available and extended hours are in place during school closures.

    M-T-W 2:30pm-8pm

    Th 1pm-8pm &         

    F 2:30-6pm

    Boys & Girls Club:                                

    Harry & Sandy Rosenweig branch

    2242 W. Missouri       

    Phoenix, 85015


    Unique mix of opportunities for kids & teens, including leadership development, activities, etc.  Free breakst and lunch available and extended hours are in place during school closures.

    M-T-TH 2:45 - 8pm  

    W 12pm-8pm  &       

    F 2:45 - 6pm


                                Agency                                             Address                       Phone #                                               Services                                                      Hours

    Family Resource & Community Service Centers

    City/Central Region:  Camelback, Central, Metro Tech & North

    Sunnyslope Family Services Center

    914 W. Hatcher Rd      

    Phoenix, 85021


    Multipurpose center offers rent and mortgage payment assistance, and utility assistance for electric, natural gas and City of Phoenix water bills.  Call Mondays at 8:00 am for appointments. To schedule an emergency assistance appointment, call 602-534-2433 or 1-866-882-1778

    M-F 7:30 - 5pm

    South Region:  Academies at South, Betty Fairfax & Cesar Chavez

    Travis L Williams Family Services Center

    4732 S. Central Ave  

    Phoenix, 85040


    Multipurpose center offers rent and mortgage payment assistance, and utility assistance for electric, natural gas and City of Phoenix water bills.  Call Mondays at 8:00 am for appointments. To schedule an emergency assistance appointment, call 602-534-2433 or 1-866-882-1778

    M-F 7:30 - 5pm

    Gila River Community Center

    5230 W. St. Johns Rd  

    Laveen, 85339


    A vital part of the social safety net that makes the Gila River Indian Community a caring community.  They manage and deliver financial and social supports and work directly with and through the community and government partners to ensure the services delivered are appropriate, effective and accessible.

    M-F 8am - 5pm








    *All agency descriptions are directly from the agency website.