Service Member and Family Resources

Service Member and Family Resources

Many resources are available to Service Members and their Family. Below you will find a list of these Resources recommended by the Arizona National Guard Community Health Promotion Committee (CHPC).

 

Behavioral Health Resources

  1. Valley Hospital (www.valleyhospital-phoenix.com)

    Valley Hospital is a private psychiatric hospital located in Arizona specializing in mental health and chemical dependency care. We provide a wide range of services and programs, and our evidence-based treatment methods have been proven to have positive outcomes for our patients.

    3550 E. Pinchot Ave

    Phoenix, AZ 85018

    602-957-4000

     

  2. Aurora Behavioral Health Care (www.aurorabehavioral.com)

    Aurora Behavioral Health Care was developed in September of 2000. The company is made up of seven acute psychiatric hospitals. The hospitals are accredited by the Joint Commission for Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations and Medicare certified. Each hospital has a comprehensive treatment team to ensure quality patient care.  The hospitals are located throughout California along with one in the Chicago area of Illinois and one in the Phoenix area of Arizona.  Each facility contracts with most managed care companies and accepts patients on a voluntary basis.  A variety of inpatient and outpatient programs along with aftercare and 12 Step programs, are offered at each location.  Aurora Behavioral Health Care is committed to providing state of the art, competent treatment to their patients.

     

    Aurora Behavioral Health System – Glendale

    6015 W. Peoria Ave

    Glendale, AZ. 85302

    623-344-4400

     

    Aurora – Tempe

    6350 S. Maple Ave

    Tempe, AZ 85283

    480-345-5420

     

  3. Quail Run Behavioral Health (www.quailrunbehavioralhealth.com

    Our team of professionals work with you to develop an individualized plan of care that addresses the concerns identified during the initial assessment and treatment processes. We take pride in offering quality care in a compassionate and comfortable environment. Whether it is our intake and assessment team assisting you in connecting with the appropriate program or our treatment team developing a plan of care, you are at the center of the process.

    2545 W. Quail Ave

    Phoenix, AZ 85027

    844-772-7771

     

  4. Copper Springs Behavioral Health Hospital (www.copperspringshealth.com)

    10550 W. McDowell Rd.

    Avondale, AZ

    480-565-3035

    Copper Springs is a newly constructed 72-bed, behavioral hospital that offers inpatient and outpatient mental health and addiction treatment to adults and their families. Copper Springs is committed to providing an effective treatment experience and making a difference in the lives of those who seek sobriety and mental wellness.

     

  5. Banner Behavioral Health – Scottsdale (www.bannerhealth.com)

    7575 E. Earl Dr.

    Scottsdale, AZ 85281

    480-941-7500

  6. Health Choice Integrated Care (Apache, Coconino, Gila, Mohave, Navajo and Yavapai) www.healthchoiceintegratedcare.com

    877-756-4090

    Beginning on October 1, 2015, Health Choice Integrated Care (HCIC) will cover both physical and behavioral health services for Arizona Health Care Cost Containment System (AHCCCS) members with serious mental illness in Mohave, Coconino, Apache, Navajo, Gila, and Yavapai counties. HCIC was formed in 2014 as a collaboration between Health Choice, the managed-care solutions division of IASIS Healthcare, and the Northern Arizona Regional Behavioral Health Authority, a managed care organization that has served the behavioral health needs of northern Arizona residents for more than 50 years.

    HCIC offers northern Arizona AHCCCS members with serious mental illness enhanced access to integrated behavioral and acute providers, dedicated coordination of care, and improved quality outcomes.

     

  7. Recovery Innovations AZ

    1361 N 99th Avenue #402

    Peoria, AZ

    602-636-4605

     

  8. Military OneSource ( www.militaryonesource.mil)

1-800-342-9647

Military OneSource is your central hub and go-to-place for the military community. Get to know your benefits and prepare for the big stuff – deployments, reintegration, moves, parenthood, retirement and more. Browse by topic or search for that strangely specific question you want to know the answers to. No matter where military life takes you, with Military OneSource you'll always be in the loop.

 

  1. Be Connected, https://beconnectedaz.org

    1-866-4AZ-VETS

    The Be Connected program is a statewide effort to strengthen access to support and resources for the 600,000+ service members, veterans and their families who call Arizona home.

  2. Man Therapy (www.mantherapy.org)

    The purpose of the Man Therapy campaign is to provide men approaching crisis, and their loved ones, a place to go and learn more about men’s mental health, examine their own and consider a wide array of actions that will put them on the path to treatment and recovery. The message is that all men should be aware of their mental health, treat it like they would a broken leg and strive to get better.

     

  3. Army Suicide Prevention Program (ASPP) (www.preventsuicide.army.mil)

    As an integral component of Army’s Ready and Resilient Campaign (R2C), ASPP improves readiness of the Army through the development and enhancement of Army Suicide Prevention Program policies, training, data collection and analysis, and strategic communications designed to minimize suicide behavior; thereby preserving mission effectiveness through individual readiness and resilience for Soldiers, Army Civilians and Family members.

 

Counseling Resources

  1. .Give an Hour (https://giveanhour.org)

    Give an Hour’s mission is to develop networks of volunteer professionals capable of responding to both acute and chronic conditions that arise within our society. Since 2005 we have focused on providing free and confidential mental health care to those who serve, our veterans and their families.

     

    Crisis Response Resources

  1. National Suicide Prevention Lifeline (www.suicidepreventionlifeline.org)

1-800-273-8255

The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline is a national network of local crisis centers that provides free and confidential emotional support to people in suicidal crisis or emotional distress 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. We're committed to improving crisis services and advancing suicide prevention by empowering individuals, advancing professional best practices, and building awareness.

 

  1. Crisis Response Network – Maricopa County (www.crisisnetwork.org)

    1275 W. Washington St. Ste. 108

    Tempe, AZ 85281

    602-222-9444, 1800-631-1314

     

    Northern Arizona Crisis Line 1-877-756-4090

    Crisis Response Network, Inc. is a non-profit organization dedicated to helping individuals by Inspiring Hope and empowering transformation from HOPE to HEALTH through a continuum of crisis services. We have been a consistent and committed crisis care services provider in Arizona for more than nine years.

    Since 2007, CRN has been providing crisis call center services and in that short time has helped thousands of individuals and families get connected to the help they need. Additionally, in that short timeframe, CRN has grown to expand services to a 24-hour peer-run Warm Line, Serious Mental Illness (SMI) determinations, mobile team dispatches, crisis transportation services, emergency room-based assessments, Department of Child Services (DCS) rapid response and crisis stabilization services, telephone follow-up to those who need it, tragedy support lines and other in-kind services to the community.

    CRN is pleased to be able to help children and adults across Arizona.

     

  2. Nursewise (Cochise, Graham, La Paz, Pima, Pinal, Santa Cruz, Yuma)

    866-495-6735

    The NurseWise crisis line is available 24 hours a day, 7 days per week by calling 866-495-6735. Telephone Crisis Intervention Services are provided by nurses, behavioral health professionals, behavioral health technicians, and peer and family support specialists.

     

  3. Community Bridges 480-507-3180 (Emergency Psychiatric Services):

    358 E Javelina Avenue, #101

    Mesa, AZ

     

  4. Teen Lifeline ( www.teenlifeline.org.)

    602-248-8336 or 1-800-248-8336

    If you’re currently struggling and thinking about suicide, DON’T GIVE UP! There is hope! We are here to listen and help you! Please call us immediately! If you’re a parent concerned about your son or daughter that is a teen, we are here for you, too!

  5. ConnectionsAZ  (www.connectionsarizona.com)

    1201 S 7th Avenue #150

    Phoenix, AZ

    602-416-7600

     

    ConnectionsAZ, Inc. is a physician-led company established in 2009 that specializes in providing emergency/crisis psychiatric services available 24 hours/day, 365 days/year. Our primary goal is to be here when you need us most and to provide easy access services, including:

    Crisis observation and stabilization

    Coordination of care with family and other supports, including treatment providers.

    Integrated treatment for co-morbid medical conditions such as diabetes and hypertension

    Involuntary evaluations

     

    We believe that hospitalizations can be avoided with appropriate interventions and access to care, and that hospitalization, when required, can be shortened with aggressive intervention. Strategic collaborations with community partners (e.g. police, ED's, jails, families, behavioral health providers, medical providers) are essential for success and lead to the best possible outcomes for those we serve, and; most importantly, we believe that recovery is possible and should be expected for everyone.

     

    Peer Support Resources

     

  1. Department of Defense Be There Peer Support Call and Outreach Center (www.betherepeersupport.org). You can also call or Text 844-357-PEER (7337)

The BeThere Peer Assistance Line is the only dedicated Department of Defense (DoD) peer support call and outreach center available to all Service members across the Department (including the National Guard and Reserves) and their families. The program is staffed by peer coaches who are Veteran Service members and spouses of prior Service members, and is available 24/7 through chat, email, phone and text. Communications between peer counselors and Service members are confidential.

 

  1. Military HelpLine, www.militaryhelpline.org

    888-457-4838

    The Military Helpline is here with free and confidential crisis intervention and sensitivity to military-specific issues.

     

  2. Vet2Vet Veteran’s Crisis Hotline (www.vets2vets.org)

    1-800-273-8255

    Building relationships with active-duty and fellow veterans, no matter what branch of service, or era served, in a Christ centered surrounding. Due to the unique culture of the military many people do not understand the issues active-duty and veterans face. Those serving or who have served in the military understand the uniqueness of the military culture, thereby being able help each other overcome issues associated with military service.

  3. National Veterans Crisis Line (www.veteranscrisisline.net)

    1-800-273-8255

    The Veterans Crisis Line connects Veterans in crisis and their families and friends with qualified, caring Department of Veterans Affairs responders through a confidential toll-free hotline, online chat, or text.

  4.  Guard Your Health (www.guardyourhealth.com)

    Guard Your Health is a resource for Army National Guard Soldiers and family members. The website has a number of health-related tools and information related to food and nutrition, fitness and exercise, healthcare coverage, sleep health and tobacco free living. Additionally, there is an Ask the Expert section where you can pose anonymous questions to their panel of health subject matter experts.

     

Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Resources

 

  1. National Domestic Violence Hotline (www.thehotline.org)

1-800-799-7233

Our phone and chat services are available to anyone who has been affected by relationship abuse, including those who are currently in abusive relationships, those who are working to heal, friends or family of victims and survivors and anyone in the community who has questions about domestic violence. We have the ability to provide phone services in more than 200 languages. We envision a world where all relationships are positive, healthy, and free from violence.

 

  1. National Sexual Assault Hotline (www.rainn.org.)

    1-800-656-4673

    Calling the National Sexual Assault Hotline gives you access to a range of free services including:

    Confidential support from a trained staff member, support finding a local health facility that is trained to care for survivors of sexual assault and offers services like sexual assault forensic exams. Someone to help you talk through what happened along with local resources that can assist with your next steps toward healing and recovery and referrals for long term support in your area. Additionally, information about the laws in your community and basic information about medical concerns.

     

  2. Arizona Coalition to End Sexual and Domestic Violence ( www.azcadv.org)

    Providers of direct services to victims and survivors of sexual and domestic violence are our primary customers. Victims and survivors are the beneficiaries of our work.