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National Queer & Trans Therapists of Color Network

The National Queer and Trans Therapists of Color Network (NQTTCN) is a healing justice organization committed to transforming mental health for queer and trans people of color (QTPoC). We work at the intersection of movements for social justice and the field of mental health to integrate healing justice into both of these spaces. Our overall goal is to increase access to healing justice resources for QTPoC.

NAMI Valley of the Sun

Phone: (602) 244-8166 | NAMI Valley of the Sun is dedicated to improving the quality of life for people with mental illness and their families through support, education, & advocacy.

University of Phoenix Counseling Skills Centers

Phone: (602) 557.2217 | Counseling Skills Centers are educational training facilities that model mental health clinics and offer pro bono services to members of the University and local community.*

Open Hearts Family Wellness

Phone: (602) 285-5550 | Open Hearts Family Wellness provides integrated mental health and wellness services.

Achieve Counseling & Wellness

Phone: (602) 567-0263 | Achieve Counseling & Wellness is a unique 501(c)(3) nonprofit psychotherapy private practice dedicated to filling an important gap in counseling/therapy services to support Arizona's middle class. We specialize in helping current and future professionals achieve their personal, professional, and relationship goals. At Achieve, we strive to be Arizona's premier behavioral/mental health therapy provider assisting adults and older adolescents (16+) in living their best life.

Teen Lifeline

24/7 Helpline (call or text): (602) 248-8336 (TEEN) | Teen Lifeline in Maricopa County or statewide in Arizona is 800.248.8336 (TEEN). This is for teens (or anyone) to call. Young adults & teens volunteers who answer the phones or text messages and are supervised by a Master’s level clinician.

24/7 Warm Line

24/7 Non-Crisis Warm Line: (602) 347-1100 | Warm Line specialists offer peer support for callers who just need someone to talk to. This is not intended for those who are in crisis. The Warm Line is available 24/7/365 to Arizona residents in Central Arizona.

Jewish Family & Children's Service

Phone: (602) 353-0703 | JFCS touches the lives of thousands of children, teens, and adults coping with trauma, family violence, mental illness, and substance abuse, as well as other serious behavioral, physical, and social obstacles. A safe space is offered to provide attentive, compassionate, and confidential care. Counseling and behavioral health programs are provided. Specifically, for older adults, senior programs are designed to enrich the lives of elderly family members through social activities, in-home counseling and support, and classes that encourage creative expression. Counseling is also provided to adults, teens, and children.

Family Service Agency

Phone: 602.264.9891 | Family Service Agency is an out-patient behavioral health clinic that provides general and intensive services in both individual and group treatment settings. In addition, family treatment, relapse prevention, medication and psychiatric evaluations are provided. Substance abuse treatment is offered in individual, group, and intensive modalities. All staff are licensed counselors, social workers, or nurse practitioners. Counselors are equipped to help older adults with issues such as family conflict & related issues, depression, trauma, grief, relationships, and more.

Valle del Sol

Phone: (602) 258-6797 | Valle del Sol was founded in 1970 to fill a gap in behavioral health and social services available to the Latino community and underserved populations with nowhere else to turn. Valle del Sol offers a wide array of services, provided directly to youth and families in their homes, schools, and communities. Services include individual, family & group counseling, anger & stress management groups, behavior coaching, dialectic behavior therapy (DBT), art therapy, and more. Adult services are also provided, including for concerns such as anxiety, trauma, loss, illness and depression. The individualized outpatient services are provided by experienced therapists and offer real solutions at every stage of life. Substance abuse treatment is also provided. Services can be in Spanish.

Chicanos Por La Causa

Phone: (623) 247-0464 | Chicanos Por La Causa (also known as CPLC) was founded in 1969 to confront oppression facing Latinos in Phoenix, Arizona, and has since become one of the largest Hispanic nonprofits in the country, promoting stronger and healthier communities throughout the southwestern United States. Behavioral health services offered include counseling and therapy services 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. Outpatient services offer flexible office hours and home-based services for children and their families, public transit accessibility, therapy in English and Spanish, and professional staff who utilize best practice models for treatment.

La Frontera EMPACT | Suicide Prevention Center

Crisis Line: (480) 784-1500 | Phone: (480) 784-1514 | La Frontera provides behavioral health services to community members, from children and families to adults. Master's level clinicians provide counseling services, case management, and medication services for general mental health, substance abuse, and serious mental illness (SMI). The outpatient program includes individual, couples, family and group counseling. Substance abuse recovery services include Intensive Outpatient and Standard Outpatient substance abuse groups, and ongoing recovery support groups. Supportive services designed to manage depression, anxiety, grief, loss and stress are also offered. The Child and Family Program offers services to promote positive behaviors, family relationships, and overall family health and wellness. Spanish-speaking services are offered.

Deer Valley Counseling

(602) 750-8051 | At the Phoenix office of Deer Valley, clinicians provide marriage counseling, anger management, and counseling for such issues as depression, anxiety, substance abuse, children, troubled teens, and sexual addiction. Deer Valley counselors can also help with issues that transgender folks may face, such as opposition and lack of empathy from family of origin, social anxiety, intimacy concerns, HRT or gender reassignment surgery concerns, depression, anger, and more. Counselors are trained to help LGBTQ clients with issues such as relationship problems, anxiety, sexual issues, grief, addiction, and more.

Arizona State University (ASU) Clinical Psychology Center

Phone: (480) 965-7296 | The ASU Clinical Psychology Center was established in 1959 as an outpatient clinic and training facility for doctoral students in clinical psychology. The mission of the Clinical Psychology Center (CPC) is to provide outstanding service to clients using evidence-based best practices. Individual therapy is provided, as are group therapy, evaluations and assessments, and BASICS alcohol intervention. Therapy is available to children, adolescents and adults and is provided for a broad range of problems including anxiety, depression, family problems, stress, child behavior problems, relationship problems, anger issues, ADHD, sleeping disorders, and adjustment to chronic health problems.