Southern Arizona Resource Directory – Youth Mental Health Services
Youth (ages 10-24) and their families don’t always have easy access to the mental health resources they need when they need them. Help & Hope for YOUth has compiled this searchable directory of resources in Pima, Pinal, Cochise and Santa Cruz counties for anyone seeking information about and/or help for a range of youth mental health issues.
To search, you can enter either keyword or location or both keyword and location. There is a dropdown menu for the category/keyword to select from, or you can enter your own search term, including names of providers. You can find descriptions of the categories of service in the glossary. Enter a zip code or your home or work street address in the location space, and then use the slider to indicate the number of miles you are willing to travel for services. Click on search and all the providers that offer those services within the radius you indicated will be listed.
Do you have suggestions for an important resource we may have missed or a correction/update to the information in our database? Please click on the REPORT tab just to the right of the MAP tab of each individual listing to send us any changes or additional information. For any general suggestions and/or additional information,
You can also share your experience here so we can advocate on your behalf with providers and policy makers. Let us know where there are gaps in services to help young people
Behavioral Management: Outpatient Behavioral Health develops skills and supports with children and families to increase independence and resiliency. Crisis Services: Outpatient Behavioral Health develops skills and supports with children and families to increase independence and resiliency. Las Familias provides support for survivors of childhood sexual abuse to facilitate the healing process. Family Counseling and Therapy: Family Education & Support Services provides parents and caregivers with training and tools to promote optimal child development, positive parenting skills, and the opportunity to build a network of parenting support. Inpatient/Residential Treatment: Respite (temporary living services) for children experiencing moderate emotional or behavioral difficulties.