Teen Help ~ Supporting and Empowering Youth

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Substance Abuse

Opportunity for teens to come together to share experiences to find effective ways to cope with problems.

State-wide

Phone: (602) 275-4343

Website: http://al-anon-az.org/

The Arizona Angel Initiative (AAI) is a police assisted addiction recovery program in which individuals struggling with Substance Use Disorder (SUD) are connected to treatment.  AAI helps individuals and families struggling with substance abuse and offers supports to help keep families intact.

Maricopa County

Phone: (602) 542-4043

Website: https://substanceabuse.az.gov/faith-and-community/arizona-angel-initiative

Offers specialized teen programs dealing with depression, substance abuse, aggression, rebellion, self-injury and suicidal behaviors

Valley-wide

Phone: (877) 870-7012

Website: https://www.auroraarizona.com/

Provide general mental health and substance abuse services. The Lighthouse Project is a relationship based program that works with complex high needs adolescents and their families. Lighthouse therapists are in constant collaboration as a team working with a community of youth to insure consistency across all modalities of services including individual, family, and group therapy as well as youth community meetings.

Valley-wide

Website: baylesshealthcare.com

Treatment programs focused on the individual; processing trauma, decreasing fears and anxiety.

Mesa

Phone: (888) 409-6984

Website: https://canyonvista.com/winr-now-canyon-vista/

CPLC offers a comprehensive range of bilingual and bi-cultural services in behavioral health, domestic violence, substance abuse…and more!

State-wide

Phone: (602) 257-0700

Website: https://cplc.org/

Programs and services are available in both Pima and Maricopa County to address the needs in children and adults. Comprehensive medical and behavioral health services.

Mesa

Phone: (602) 313-4525

Website: http://www.devereux.org/site/PageServer?pagename=ahwc_index

JFCS programs and services include: counseling & behavioral health, substance abuse & recovery, transition to adulthood, job development. Services are provided to people of all faiths.

Phoenix

Phone: Phoenix (602) 279-7655

Website: https://www.jfcsaz.org/programs-services/teens/

Through individual, attachment-based family therapy, group, equine-assisted, and adventure therapy programs, teens experience a personalized treatment plan to assist in their personal growth. Issues addressed: mental health, depression, anxiety, substance use, eating disorders, and more.

Newport Healthcare is a Joint Commission–accredited organization.

Residential and Outpatient facilities located in California, Connecticut, Dallas, Georgia, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Utah, Virginia, and Washington State…teens and young adults from all states are accepted

Phone: (855) 943-3019

Website: https://www.newportacademy.com/

Helps individuals struggling with mental health disorders & drug addiction build a strong foundation for long-term recovery.

Chandler

Phone: (866) 798-1202

Website: https://www.obhhospital.com/

Free online information for families seeking to understand the dangers of drug addiction and to connect individuals to local health resources.

Nation-wide

Phone: (855) 966-2356

Website: https://www.rehabspot.com/

Behavioral health interventions, counseling, out-patient and prevention services

State-wide

Phone: (602) 265-8338

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