The mission of the 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.
If you are experiencing a behavioral health emergency, dial 911 or the Crisis Hotline (480) 784-1500.
Si usted tiene una emergencia de salud mental, llame al 911 o a la linea telefonica que maneja Crisis al (480) 784-1500
The NATIVE HEALTH Behavioral Health Division is Arizona Department of Health Services Licensed as an outpatient treatment center and for misdemeanor domestic violence offender treatment services. NATIVE HEALTH accepts AHCCCS and is a Mercy Maricopa Integrated Care Provider.
For after hours behavioral health emergencies, contact the following:
NATIVE HEALTH offers individual and group substance abuse and addictions treatment. Court ordered treatment available.Learn more >
Anger is a normal human emotion. But when it gets out of control and turns destructive, it can lead to problems at school, work, personal relationships, and in the overall quality of your life.Learn more >
NATIVE HEALTH Continuing Care Program is a stand-alone aftercare program intended for those who are exiting Intensive Outpatient or residential treatment. Held on Thursdays, 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. at NATIVE HEALTH.Learn more >
NATIVE HEALTH offers domestic violence victim assistance services and offender treatment for men and women.Learn more >
NATIVE HEALTH and NHW Community Health Center provides counseling services to address numerous concerns, including depression, couples and marital issues, grief and loss, stress management, self-esteem enhancement; dating and family violence and sexual assault intervention; referrals and counseling.Learn more >
Native STAND (Students Together Against Negative Decisions) is a 12 week program designed to help teenagers make better decisions.Learn more >
Weaving Butterflies is an empowerment and therapeutic group that meets every Friday to laugh, learn, pray, and lift up the vision of a thriving community.
Positive Indian Parenting is a fun, culturally-inspired, interactive approach that explores the values and attitudes expressed in traditional Native American child-rearing practices, and then apply those values to modern parenting skills.