Mental Health Services
Downtown Radio 99.1 FM is committed to helping to connect those in need of mental health services with the organizations who can help them. A lot of people are suffering needlessly, and we believe we can make a difference by providing those individuals with resources that can help.
- Assurance Health & Wellness Center
Assurance Health & Wellness Center
3939 South Park Ave Suite 150 (former Carondelet Clinic at Park and Ajo)
The Assurance Health & Wellness Center Tucson is a wholly owned subsidiary of Sinfonía HealthCare Corporation. It is designed to combine primary medical care with behavioral health treatment for the whole family under one roof.
The approach adopted by Sinfonía HealthCare and the Assurance Wellness Center is firmly rooted in what is currently known about supporting the health and well-being of people living with mental health and substance abuse issues.
Open Monday - Friday 8:30a - 5:00p, Saturday 8:30a - noon.
- Codac Behavioral Health Services
Codac Behavioral Health Services
700 N 7th Ave
Main Line: (520) 327-4505
Community-Wide Crisis Line: (520) 622-6000
Solution Zone (CODAC's Member Services): (520) 343-2225
After-Hours Support (Safety Zone): (520) 202-1950
Codac provides a full continuum of professional care to adults and teens (ages 12+) who want help for behavioral health issues including:
- Substance abuse
- Depression, anxiety, anger, relationship troubles and other general mental health issues
- Schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, major depression and other serious mental illnesses and mood disorders
- COPE Community Services, Inc.
COPE Community Services, Inc.
101 S Stone Ave
COPE provides best practice-based, integrated physical and mental healthcare to improve the health and well-being of each person and community we serve.
- COPE Lifestyle Improvement Center (CLIC)
COPE Lifestyle Improvement Center (CLIC)
732 N. Stone Ave
- La Frontera Center
La Frontera Center
502 W 29th St
National Lifeline: 1-800-273-8255
La Frontera provides behavioral health services to children, adults, and families. An array of outpatient and inpatient services are available, including but not limited to counseling, psychiatric services, substance abuse treatment, trauma healing, crisis intervention, supportive services, and services for adults with a serious mental illness. Services vary in type and level of intensity, depending on the person's needs and strengths. Education and prevention services are also available.
- U of A Adult Psychiatry Outpatient Clinic
U of A Adult Psychiatry Outpatient Clinic
1501 N. Campbell Avenue (seventh floor)
2800 E. Ajo Way
The Outpatient Clinics of the Department of Psychiatry provide comprehensive outpatient mental health services. These services include consultation, evaluation, and treatment (biological and counseling).