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.
Whether you're a parent, caregiver, friend or relative, there comes a time when you need some help talking about tough issues like drinking and drug use. On this page, you'll find helpful links to tool kits that help you better communicate with a child in your life.
These tool kits:
Help you recognize what drugs look like and how they affect the brain.
Have sample conversations and conversation starters on drugs and drinking.
Help parents navigate through tough transitions in teen's lives like changing schools or changing friends.
Provide scenarios where parents and teens can practice what they would do in a situation if they were asked to drink or use drugs.
► Drug Guide (Recognize what a drug looks like, what it is called, and its affects)
► Partnering With Families Booklet (A comprehensive prevention guide for parents with kids of all ages)
► Marijuana Talk Kit (A parent's guide to having conversations and answering those tough questions about marijuana)
► Vaping Tool Kit (A parent's guide to having conversations and answering those tough questions about vaping)
► DrugFreeAZKids.org Pledge - Elementary and Preschool (A pledge to stay drug-free)
► DrugFreeAZKids.org Pledge - Teens & Tweens (A pledge to stay drug-free)
► How to Develop a Family Policy (Steps to set up a family policy regarding substance use)
► Your Child Needs You (Your guide to help your child live a healthy drug free life)
► Military Families Tool Kits
Treatment and Counseling
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
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.
Friendship CMHC provides comprehensive and integrated services tailored to the specific needs of the individuals served. Using a combination of group counseling, individual interventions, clinical care planning, transportation services, and daily meals, Friendship is able to provide a well-rounded experience for those seeking treatment, support, and recovery. We offer Intensive Outpatient and outpatient counseling services in addition to the Partial Hospitalization Program
1107 E Tonto St, Phoenix, AZ 85034
Services are covered by most health plans, including Maricopa County’s Regional Behavioral Health Authority. Inquire about insurance plan coverage. Reasonable sliding fee scale available.
Uses a holistic—or integrated—approach to addiction treatment, taking each person’s unique traits and issues into account to design a treatment plan. Using a combination of education, therapy, housing, medications, inspiration, hope, and other supportive services, our solutions are never one-size-fits-all.
824 N 99th Ave, Suite #107, Avondale, AZ 85323
CPR’s experienced, licensed, master’s-level counselors, social workers, and psychologists provide counseling services in our three outpatient clinics. Treatment is customized for each patient’s specific needs, and we make every effort to place each patient with the most appropriate provider based on their unique needs.
9321 West Thomas Road, Suite #100, Phoenix, AZ 85037
It is the policy of Crisis Preparation and Recovery Inc., to provide essential services regardless of the patient’s ability to pay. Discounts are offered based on family size and annual income.
The Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) is for substance use disorders and mental health for adults. The program is designed to individualize treatment services to meet the specific needs of each patient and his or her family.
4136 North 75th Avenue, #116, Phoenix, AZ 85033
Non-profit, non-sectarian organization that strengthens the community by offering high quality behavioral health and social services to children, families and adults of all ages. Jewish Family & Children’s Services believes one of the keys to overcoming substance abuse is providing the affected with a positive support system. This can consist of close friends, family, or even just our staff who act as allies in your journey. The program can be provided at home or at one of our clinics.
1840 N 95th Ave, Suite #146, Phoenix, AZ 85037
Addiction Support IN Recovery
National Substance Use and Disorder Issues Referral and Treatment Hotline:
Community of Hope Church
45295 W. Honeycutt Avenue, Maricopa, AZ 85139
Monday AA – 5:45 -7:15 pm
Tuesday – Al – Anon – 6:15 -7:30 pm
Thursday – AA – 6:30 8:30 pm
Friday – Al – Anon 6:45- 8:15 pm
50881 West Papago Rd., Maricopa, AZ 82139
Mountain View Community Church
44977 W. Hathaway Ave, Maricopa, AZ 85139
Maricopa Community Church
545 East Palm Parke Boulevard, Casa Grande, Arizona 85122
St. Michael & All Angels Church
Help Line: 520-426-0121
Parents of Addicted Loved ones (PAL)
P.O. Box 3325, Gilbert AZ 85299
Pathway to Peace
19395 N John Wayne Pkwy #13, Maricopa, AZ 85139