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Local and online resources

There are local resources right in your community that are here to help you. Look at the information and see what might be helpful to you. Visit the website or call the phone number to get more information on that resource. 

Behavioral Health Crisis Line

These are here if you or someone you know is experiencing a behavioral health crisis. You can call the Behavioral Health Crisis Line 24/7, every day of the year. If you have thoughts about harming yourself or someone else, you should get help right away by calling 911.

Maricopa: 800-631-1314 or 602-222-9444

Gila: 877-756-4090

Pinal: 866-495-6735


Family Involvement Center (FIC)

Family Involvement Center (FIC) is a non-profit organization that offers support for children with emotional, physical and/or behavioral health needs in Arizona.

FIC also offers support to parents raising children with emotional, physical and/or behavioral healthcare needs through their Parent Assistance Center (PAC). Please call 602-288-0155 or 1-877-568-8468 toll-free to speak to a Parent Partner at the PAC.

For more information on the Family Involvement Center and the Parent Assistance Center, please go to www.familyinvolvementcenter.org.

Health-e-Arizona Plus:

This is the online site where you can learn about and sign up for and manage your AHCCCS benefits and services. For more information, visit www.healthearizonaplus.gov.

AZ Links:

This is an online resource for seniors, people with disabilities and caregivers to help connect to resources to plan for the future and immediate needs. To learn more, visit www.azlinks.gov.

2-1-1 Arizona:

This is an online resource that gives information on resources and services for people living in Arizona. Call 877-211-8661 from anywhere, 7-1-1 or 800-367-8939 (TDD). You can also visit www.211arizona.org for more information.

Women, Infants and Children (WIC):

The Arizona Supplemental Nutritional Program for Women, Infants and Children (WIC) is a local resource for:

  • Infants
  • Children up to five years of age
  • Pregnant women
  • Breastfeeding women (until the infant's first birthday)
  • Women whose pregnancy ended less than six months ago

WIC will provide:

  • Nutrition education
  • Support for breastfeeding
  • Healthy foods
  • Tips for feeding infants and children


Head Start:

Program that gives low-income children and family support in:

  • Early childhood education (pre-school)
  • Getting nutritious meals
  • Health services
  • Social services

To learn more, call 866-763-6481 or visit www.azheadstart.org

Arizona Early Intervention Program (AzEIP):

This program can help you find services for children from birth to age three who may have disabilities or developmental delays. To learn more, visit des.az.gov.

Area Agency on Aging:

This agency provides programs and services for:

  • Older Arizona residents
  • Family caregivers of older adults
  • Adults ages 18 to 59 with disabilities and long-term care needs
  • Adults 18 years old and older who have a diagnosis of HIV/AIDS.

The primary focus of this agency is to keep individuals safe in their own homes.

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Pinal and Gila Counties:



The Alzheimer’s Association:

This is a national non-profit that provides support and resources for those affected by Alzheimer’s and other dementias. You can call the 24/7 Helpline at 800-272-3900. To learn more, visit www.alz.org.

Mentally Ill Kids in Distress (MIKID):

A program that provides tools and resources to families of children with emotional and behavioral challenges. To learn more, visit www.mikid.org.

AZ Suicide Prevention Coalition:

This group works to promote suicide awareness and intervention. To learn more, visit www.azspc.org.

National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI):

This national mental health organization works to help those affected by mental illness. NAMI can also help connect you with an attorney in your area. Learn more at www.nami.org. Or call the NAMI Helpline at 800-950-NAMI. 

Dump the Drugs AZ:

This is an online tool that lets you find locations to safely dispose of any unwanted prescription drugs. To learn more, visit azdhs.gov/gis/dump-the-drugs-az/

Find Help Phoenix:

Find resources for medical services, legal help, affordable housing and many other services. To learn more, visit www.findhelpphx.org/.

Arizona Opioid Assistance & Referral Line:

A no cost, confidential resource to help you or someone you know who is struggling with opioids. The Arizona OAR Line is a 24/7 hotline that helps anybody with pain and opioid use disorders. This hotline is answered by medical experts at the Poison and Drug Information Centers in Arizona. To talk to a medical expert, call 1-888-688-4222. To learn more about the Arizona OAR Line, go to www.phoenixmed.arizona.edu/opioid.


Search for low and no-cost services like food, job training, housing and more.

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