We provide a wide continuum of behavioral health services to children and families through contracts with Regional Behavioral Health Authorities. Our services utilize the Child and Family Team (CFT) process, and incorporate the principles from the Arizona Vision. Our outpatient services are designed to be a short term intervention that can assist in developing the skills and supports needed to increase independence and resiliency.
Outpatient Services vary geographically, but generally include:
- Intake Assessments
- Case Management
- Individual, Group, and Family Counselling
- Skills Training
- Peer Support Groups
- Family Support Services
- Behavioral Management Services
- Parenting Support/Training
- School Support
- Birth-5 services
- Trauma services and support
- Psychiatric services
Additional services offered:
The Skills Training and Respite (STAR) Program offers a variety of behavioral health services to support youth in Mohave and Coconino Counties. Services aim to reduce caregiver stress and build skills and resiliency in youth.
Meet Me Where I Am (MMWIA) is a unique service for families in Flagstaff and surrounding areas. The main goal of the MMWIA program is to help children and their families develop the skills they need to be successful.
Regional Behavioral Health Authorities (RBHAs)
Arizona’s Children Association is a provider for the following regional behavioral health authorities:
Customer Service: 602.586.1841
Hearing Impaired TTY/TDD: 711
Customer Service: 866.495.6738 TTY/TDD: 877.613.2076
Customer Service: 1.800.640.2123
For hearing impaired, please use the Arizona Relay Service at 711 or 800.367.8939, or find internet assistance at http://www.azrelay.org/.