There are a myriad of ways to get support for your counseling or mental health needs. Though there are many private pay options, non-profit organizations and businesses can offer counseling and mental health services at low to no cost, as well. You can participate in counseling and mental health opportunities in a variety of ways including calling a crisis line, attending a support group, or participating in individual and/or family counseling.
Aleph Center, PLLC
6408 E. Tanque Verde Rd.
Tucson, AZ 85715
(520) 885-5558Fax: (520) 885-5559
Aleph Center provides care
and attention to the whole patient - mind, brain, and body - in the context of
their family, social, and societal environment. Aleph Center provides
psychiatric evaluations and individual counseling services, and accepts most major
Aleph Center staff see patients in some long term care facilities that care for
patients that behavioral manifestations of psychiatric or neurological
The Aleph Center also sees patients at the Tucson Medical Center Geriatric
(over 65 years of age) Psychiatry inpatient unit where patients having an acute
change in mood, mental status or behavior are evaluated and treated by a
multidisciplinary treatment team.
For the dangerously ill patients with failure to thrive or severe depression
that are not eating or taking meds, or the patient that has not responded to
medication therapy, The Aleph Center does evaluations and treatment for
Electroconvulsive therapy. (see our website for information)
M-F 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
We take most insurance. Please call or email the office to check your individual plan.
2990 N. Swan Rd., Ste 147A
Tucson, AZ 85712
(520) 322-6601 | (800) 272-3900 24 hr Help LineFax: (520) 322-6739
The Alzheimer's Association offers a variety of free programs, services, and resources to help cope with all aspects of the disease and its progression, including 24/7 Helpline, Support Groups, Education, Early Stage programs, and Safety Services.
9 a.m. - 5 p.m. M-F with 24/7 Helpline Support
Programs and services are provided free of charge.
American Lung Association
2819 E Broadway Blvd,
Tucson, AZ 85716
American Lung Association provides resources, information, and education on COPD, as well as support groups.
M - F 8:30 - 4:30
American Parkinson Disease Association - Arizona Chapter
American Parkinson Disease Association provides education, services, and support for those with Parkinson Disease.
Arizona Complete Behavioral Health Crisis Line
Crisis services are available to anyone in the community. Insurance or enrollment does not matter. Crisis services may include screenings, assessments, counseling, medication stabilization, and supportive services to help prevent a future crisis.
Arizona Division of Problem Gambling
Arizona Department of Gaming
Division of Problem Gambling
1110 W. Washington St. Ste. 450
Phoenix, AZ 85007
(602) 542-8998Fax: (602) 255-3883
We subsidize treatment services for individuals who are struggling with problem gambling and persons affected by a problem gambler.
Contracted Treatment Providers (Counselors) can be found here:
Offer 24/7 Helpline number for help and information on Problem Gambling. Call: 1800NEXTSTEP (1-800-639-8783) or Text NEXTSTEP to 53342
Problem Gambling Educational presentations are available to organizations, community members, etc., and can be tailored to your needs.
All services subsidized. Co-pays may be applied for Treatment, based on individual financial analysis.
Arizona Family Therapy
1661 N. Swan Rd. Ste. 312
Tucson, AZ 85712
(520) 327-5522Fax: (520) 327-5525
Arizona Family Therapy provides comprehensive programs that consist of individual, couple, family and group therapy. These therapy programs address each person's unique problems as well as those of their family. They focus on healing and recovery through counseling and twelve step programs.
M - F 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Arizona Poison and Drug Information Center
1295 N. Martin Ave.
Tucson, AZ 85721
(800) 222-1222 | (888) 688-4222http://azpoison.com/
The Arizona Poison and Drug Information Center (AzPDIC) is a 24/7, free, and confidential hotline that provides poison and drug information for routine calls and emergencies from both the general public and healthcare providers. The AzPDIC is staffed by specially trained pharmacists, physicians, and genetic counselors, and serves the entire state of Arizona except for Maricopa County. The AzPDIC also has a robust health education service, providing poisoning prevention information and distributing educational materials to the public and professionals.
All services are free.
Arizona Suicide Prevention Coalition (AZSPC)
P.O. Box 10745
Phoenix, AZ 85064
The Arizona Suicide Prevention Coalition (AZSPC) provide education and awareness of suicide prevention. Resources available for individuals, families, and friends to help see signs and obtaining help.
Banner - University Medical Center South
2800 E. Ajo Way
Tucson , AZ 85713
Banner – University Medical Center South, is a comprehensive medical center that includes an Emergency department, a state-designated trauma center, and a Behavioral Health Pavilion. Patients come to us for comprehensive and personalized care of the most common and the most complex conditions.
We are an Arizona Department of Health Services-accredited Cardiac Receiving Center and a “senior-friendly” hospital as designated by the national organization, Nurses Improving Care for Healthsystem Elders (NICHE).