Behavioral Health & Trauma/Crisis Response
We assist individuals and families in heightening social-emotional well-being and guiding those that have been impacted by trauma and abuse through the healing process. We provide individuals and families with a safe place to change circumstances, gain strength, learn coping skills, and develop productive relationships.
Arizona’s Children Association provides a wide continuum of behavioral health services to children and families through contracts with the Regional Behavioral Health Authorities listed below. Services utilize the Child and Family Team (CFT) process, and incorporate the principles from the Arizona Vision. 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 Counseling
- Skills Training
- Peer Support Groups
- Family Support Services
- Behavioral Management Services
- Parenting Support/Training
- School Support
- Birth-5 services
- Trauma services and support
- Meet Me Where I Am (MMWIA)
- Psychiatric services
Regional Behavioral Health Authorities (RBHAs)
- Mercy Maricopa Integrated Care (MMIC) - (Maricopa County)
- Customer Service: 602.586.1841 / 1.800.564.5465 (toll-free) / Hearing Impaired TTY/TDD: 711
- Cenpatico Integrated Care (CIC) - (Cochise, Graham, Greenlee, La Paz, Pima, Pinal, Santa Cruz & Yuma Counties)
- Customer Service: 866.495.6738 / TTY/TDD: 877.613.2076
- Health Choice Integrated Care (HCIC) - (Apache, Coconino, Gila, Mohave, Navajo & Yavapai Counties)
- 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/.
To enroll with Arizona’s Children Association behavioral health services, please utilize our Search by County feature to find the behavioral health office nearest you or call 800.944.7611 to speak with a receptionist who can direct you to your nearest location. The intake process will vary depending on your geographical area within Arizona. We do offer many same day appointments for initial intake assessment. Your initial meeting will be comprised of information gathering, discussion of the Child and Family Team and determining what services and next steps are appropriate for your family. The initial meeting will typically take 1-2 hours, after which you will leave with a follow up appointment, assigned case manager and/or a referral for services.
Trips for Kids
Our Trips for Kids program allows youth to learn and practice many life skills through mountain biking, including self-care, healthy recreation, bike mechanics, trail etiquette, and environmental stewardship.
Services are available for children and some adults who are Title XIX and AHCCCS eligible. Services vary by region and contract. Contact the office nearest you for more information.
Las Familias is the only program in Pima County that specializes exclusively in the treatment of individuals and their families who have experienced childhood sexual abuse. Las Familias provides a safe place for survivors to gain strength, learn coping skills and develop trusting, caring relationships.
Central to the philosophy of Las Familias is the recognition that sexual abuse treatment is an issue not just for the survivor, but for the entire family. This practice promotes healing, strength, and trust, the essential elements of a new beginning.
- The Children’s Program utilizes a combination of individual, family, group therapies and psychoeducation to establish healthy boundaries and learn critical coping skills.
- The Adults Molested as Children Program addresses the long-term consequences of abuse and how it negatively impacts every aspect of the victims’ life. From their ability to hold a job, to raising their children, to social and intimate adult relationships, adult treatment discovers positive and healthy ways to trust and care about themselves and others.
- The Non-Offending Parent Program utilizes individual and group therapy to assist parents and caregivers who were unable to protect children from sexual abuse and trauma in understanding what is childhood sexual abuse, the dynamics of sexual abuse and molestation, the behaviors of children and youth who have been sexually abused and safety planning.
Located in Yavapai County, Child Haven offers support to local families in need including free resources such as clothing, diapers, formula and safety items; as well as information and referral resources for families in crisis.
If you are a parent, grandparent or anyone raising children and you find you need help in the Yavapai area, please contact Child Haven at 928.772.3435 or 1.888.771.3435.