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.
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If you do not have an emergency, but have a medical concern that you believe cannot wait until our regular clinic hours, please call for advice. Dial your regular clinic number (below), and your call will be forwarded to our answering service. The answering service will notify the on-call medical provider of your question or concern and you will receive a response from the provider:
Si usted no tiene una emergencia, pero tiene una inquietud médica que usted cree que no puede esperar hasta que nuestras oficinas esten abiertas, por favor llámenos para darle una recomendación. Marque el teléfono de la clínica que usted usa (número listado abajo), y su llamada será transferida a nuestro servicio de contestador. Personal del servicio de contestador contactará a nuestro médico/proveedor de turno quien le devolverá la llamada.
NATIVE HEALTH’s Behavioral Health Department is requesting that any patients who currently receive counseling, case management, or psychiatry services please call us if your contact information or preferred method of communication has recently changed. You may call (602) 279-5262 ext. 3209 to leave a message for NATIVE HEALTH’s Behavioral Health Department staff. Please make sure that you clearly state your name, updated contact information, and preferred method of communication twice on the message. If your contact information has not recently changed, no need to call.
We thank you for your help in making sure that NATIVE HEALTH’s Behavioral Health Department staff are able to reach you during these rapidly changing times, and hope you and your loved ones are well.
Due to the COVID-19 Virus, all Behavioral Health group services will be offered as individual counseling services, only. Patients will be able to receive a shortened once/weekly individual counseling session that will be counted as their normal group attendance for the week. Individual counseling will be held in the office (face-to-face) via telehealth (video and audio), or telephonically (audio only). New patients will still be accepted for all groups, but they will automatically be enrolled in the new individual counseling structure. This includes: IOP; StOP; Women’s DV; Men’s DV; Native STAND; Anger Management; StOP/IOP in San Lucy (no face-to-face option).
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 Complete Care (ACC) plans.
For after hours behavioral health emergencies, contact the following:
Behavioral Health Crisis Line: 602-222-9444
Urgent Psychiatric Medication- Urgent Psychiatric Care Center: 602-416-7600
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-TALK
National Domestic Violence Hotline: 1-800-799-7233
National Sexual Assault Hotline: 1-800-656-HOPE
Maricopa County Emergency Shelter: 1-800-799-7739
Intakes are required for all patients seeking any Behavioral Health Department service (with the exception of Talking Circle). Staff are available for walk-in and pre-scheduled intakes (scheduled in two-hour increments), Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m.- 5:00 p.m.
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 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, anxiety, 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 >
Talking Circles are suspended during COVID-19.Learn more >
This program is geared towards supporting the Native American Community by connecting patients to specific resources that will help address the social determinants of health to prevent barriers to care and gaps in services.Learn more >