Counseling

Disclaimer: Although we believe in the power of professional help, you are responsible for selecting the provider or treatment. PXU cannot accept responsibility for any of the services provided by these or any other providers.

Provide a broad spectrum of services that help create and sustain a healthy family environment. Each program is tailored to meet the needs of the particular child, individual or family. Our team members are able to expertly navigate between our behavioral health and child welfare programs to provide additional supports and resources.

7910 W Thomas Rd, Phoenix, AZ 85033

(602) 234-3733 ext. 2673

FREE Counseling to ASU students whenever students may need it — 24/7/365

Arizona State University is committed to helping students stay healthy and well, both physically and mentally. Therefore, we’re excited to announce that starting this month, we are the first and only university in the U.S. to offer enrolled, ASU campus-based students free counseling whenever students may need it — 24/7/365. Your students can connect with a mental health provider on campus and in person, or through chat or phone tele counseling sessions, no matter where they are in the world and no matter the time of day.

(480)965-6146

Team of healthcare professionals that communicate and collaborate with each other to provide the most specific care and services. We know that health is made up of many complex factors that constantly interact with each other, in ways that no one-size-fits-all healthcare model can adequately address. Integrated care model offers physical, emotional, social, and addiction healthcare services, in order to create a balanced medical home for you and your family.

Avondale Elementary School District Bella Vista

235 W Western Ave, Avondale, AZ 85323 3620 N. 3rd Street, Phoenix, AZ 85012

(623) 244-2960 (602) 281-7300

Bella Vista Therapeutic Wellness Dobson Ranch

77 Columbus Avenue, Suite #210, Phoenix, AZ 85012 2204 S. Dobson Road, Suite #102, Mesa, AZ 85202

(602) 281-7296 (480) 281-2149

Dobson Ranch Therapeutic Wellness Integrated Health Center

2204 S. Dobson Road, Suite #201, Mesa, AZ 85202 3033 N. Central Ave., Suite #700, Phoenix, AZ 85012

(480) 281-2637 (602) 281-7289

Moon Valley South Mountain

750 E. Thunderbird Road Suite #1, Phoenix, AZ 85022 9014 S. Central Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85042

(602) 281-7294 (602) 281-7292


Catholic Charities delivers services in foster care, adoption and pregnancy counseling, North Star Youth Partnership and Westside Head Start early education. They have grown to serve veterans and their families, sex-trafficked survivors, victims of domestic abuse, refugees and those experiencing homelessness. Working with our affiliate, Housing for Hope, they provide affordable housing, as well as the resources and services individuals and families need to feel at home in their community.

Corporate Office Greater Phoenix

4747 N. 7th Avenue, Phoenix, AZ 85013 5119 N. 19th Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85015

(602)285-1999 (602)997-6105

West Valley

7400 W. Olive Avenue, Suites 9 & 10, Peoria, AZ 85345

(623)486-9868

CPLC Centro De La Familia provides outpatient behavioral health services for families and individuals of all ages. The program offers 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.

Maryvale Community Service Center

6850 W Indian School Rd., Phoenix, AZ 85033

(623) 247-0464


Behavioral health services for children, adults and families that include individual, family and group counseling, psychiatric evaluation and medication management services. Youth services include counseling, Child Crisis Hospital Team, Youth in Transition and Job Development. Serves all ages. Intake inquiries accepted Mon-Fri 8:00AM-5:00PM Languages: English and Spanish

1840 N. 95th Avenue, Suite 146 , Phoenix, Arizona 85037

(623)234-9811

*LOW-COST, Multiple Insurance Plans accepted


La Frontera / EMPACT

Offers services to promote positive behaviors, family relationships, and overall family health and wellness. Services are provided in the home, office and community, and include Counseling and Psychiatry; Group therapy; Behavior Management; Peer Support; Case Management with other family systems; and Health Education and Screening for pregnant and postpartum women and their infant children.

4425 W. Olive, Suite 194, Glendale, Arizona 85302-3853

(480) 317-2211


Mercy Maricopa

Mercy Care is a not-for-profit health plan offering integrated care to children, adults and seniors eligible for AHCCCS benefits. The broad network of providers offers services and supports for members with:

  • Physical and general mental health and substance use concerns (Complete Care)

  • Serious mental illness (RBHA)

  • Children and youth in the foster care system (DCS Comprehensive Health Plan)

  • Long Term Care/ elderly, physically disabled (ALTCS/EPD)

  • Developmental/cognitive disabilities/ long term care (DDD/ALTCS)

  • Medicare and Medicaid (Mercy Care Advantage)


(602)222-9444

Native American Connections offers substance use treatment and general mental health services including residential treatment for substance use and co-occurring disorders. Licensed by the Arizona Department of Health Services in 1978, NAC has partnerships with State Regional Behavioral Health Authority (RBHA), Tribal RBHAs, Tribes, and Indian Health Services (IHS).

4520 N Central Avenue, Suite 100, Phoenix, Arizona 85012

(602) 424-2060

Assessment@Nativeconnections.org

For further information on substance abuse or mental health services, or other behavioral health questions, please contact us at the email address above or call 602-424-2060.

This service provides behavioral health and addiction services for youth. Programs include 1:1 and family therapy, substance abuse treatment, a service that provides behavior coaching to families directly in their homes and community, and autism spectrum services. These services are offered to clients with MMIC/AHCCCS. Languages: English and Spanish

4414 N. 19th Avenue , Phoenix, Arizona 85015

(602) 285-5550 *CALL FOR COST/INFORMATION


Creates a safe place for you to learn the tools to get through the challenges in your life. We believe resilience is personal, and our program gives you the opportunity to choose activities and therapies that specifically help you. Click here to learn more about our services that support resilience.

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(877) 779-2470

Clinic provides services and counseling for mental health and substance use. Please visit our website for more information. Languages: English and Spanish

Olive Avenue Counseling

4425 W. Olive Ave., Ste. 200 , Glendale, AZ 85032

602-685-6000

* Sliding scale, fee for service, AHCCCS, private insurance

Valle Del Sol offers several mental health services and treatment for addictions, including court-ordered treatment, crisis intervention (along with people who can help the person in crisis sign up for other services), Hepatitis C Screening, individual, family, and group counseling and psychiatric evaluations. These services are for youth and adults. In addition, youth also have a “Good Grief Program” and a “Girls Resiliency Group.” Most of the programs are available to people with AHCCCS/Mercy Maricopa Behavioral Health. Other insurance is welcome. Psychiatric evaluations cost $160. There is a waiting list. Please call to set up an appointment. Language: English and Spanish

10320 W. McDowell Road, Suites G 7054 , Avondale, AZ 85392

(602) 258-6797

*Walk-in intakes are 8am-12pm every Wednesday and Thursday. Please bring birth certificate and insurance information.

* Most programs are open to people with AHCCCS/Magellan Behavioral Health Care or other insurance or private pay. Psychiatric evaluations cost $160. There is a wait list, so call to get on the list. Some programs are free.