Behavioral Health Providers
Arizona's Children Association
Phone (928) 344-8800 FAX (928) 344-8837
3780 S. 4th Avenue Suite #I
Child welfare and behavior health agency featuring the following services: intake and assessment services, recruitment and home studies for the purpose of licensing and supervising foster care and adoption families. Outpatient and in-home family support to provide home based family counseling
Arizona Counseling & Treatment (ACTS)
Phone (928) 376-0220 FAX (928) 376-0709
2573 S. Arizona Ave. #G
Behavioral health counseling service that provides intake and assessment services, individual, family and group substance abuse therapy, general behavioral health counseling and the Domestic Violence Intervention Program. Additional educational programs and services provided include: Anger Management. Substance Life Skills Parenting Skills, Grief and Loss Recovery Delinquency Prevention, Step-Family/Parenting Divorce Recovery, Problem Solving Program.
Campsinos sin Fronteras
Phone (928) 627-6677 FAX (928) 627-1899
3310 W Main Street
Prevention Agency/ Suicide prevention for seniors. Provides HIV Education and Intervention. Provides depression support group for seniors.
Catholic Community Services (CCS)
Phone (928) 341-9400 FAX (928) 341-8428
690 E. 32nd St.
Counseling- Assists individuals, couples, and families who are experiencing problems of every day living. Vocational Rehabilitation through collaboration of a contract with DES assists people with various disabilities in training and placement in integrated work place settings. St Vincent de Paul Thrift Store- dedicated to serving the poor, providing free and low cost clothing and household items to those in need. Safe House- 24-hour crisis intervention program providing shelter, counseling emergency assistance to women and children who are or have experienced domestic violence.
Chicanos Por La Cause (CPLC)
Phone (928) 343-9825 FAX 928-343-9803
1020 S. 4th Avenue
Outpatient clinic, Counseling: provides intake and assessment services, individual, group, and family counseling; certified misdemeanor domestic violence counseling, DUI screening,education and treatment, substance abuse and addiction treatment.
Child & Family Services of Yuma, Inc.
Phone (928) 783-2427 FAX (928) 783-0633
202 South First Avenue
Provides temporary residential services and family counseling for children birth to 18 years of age and general behavioral health counseling and family support services. Outpatient and in-home family support to provide home based family counseling. Individual, family, and group counseling for children experiencing emotional and behavioral problems this includes parental skills training.
Phone (928) 783-9362 FAX (928) 329-1021
944 S. Arizona Avenue
A faith based organization that has several programs to offer. We offer a 127 day Drug and Alcohol Rehab that includes vocational rehabilitation for the clients in this program. This portion is called JOBS (Joy of Being Sober). We are also a homeless shelter, providing a bed, clothing, showers, case management and spiritual assistance to those who want it. We also feed an average of over 300 meals a day to the people in the program as well as anybody who is hungry. The population that we serve includes, but is not limited to, homeless and nearly homeless individuals and families of Yuma.
The EXCEL Group
Phone (928) 341- 0335 FAX (928) 329-8950
3220 E.40th St, Yuma
Complete continuum of care beginning with children and encompassing families and elderly care that demonstrate behavioral illnesses, family and emotional issues, alcohol and drug abuse, as well as issues relating to socialization and education. Provides intake and assessment services, outpatient counseling, community outreach, education, housing, job/vocational, advocacy, case management, and psychiatric, hospital, emergency/crisis services, as well as primary health services.
Yuma Treatment Center
Phone (928) 344-4310 FAX (928) 344-4366
1290 West 8th Place
Yuma, AZ. 85364
Substance abuse treatment, Methadone Maintenance. Special Programs/Groups for Pregnant/postpartum women, DUI/DWI offenders.