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Attentive Therapist

Local Hospitals

Valleywise Behavioral Health Center

570 W Brown Rd.

Mesa, AZ 85201

480.344.2000

https://valleywisehealth.org/


Oasis Behavioral Health Hospital

 2190 N Grace Blvd, Chandler, AZ 85225

 (480) 955-0937

https://www.obhhospital.com/


Red Mountain Behavioral Health Services

 2915 E Baseline Rd #115, Gilbert, AZ 85234

 (480) 641-9552

https://www.rmbhs.com/


Dessert Vista Hospital

 151 N Hibbert, Mesa, AZ 85201


Community Bridges

358 E Javelina Ave, Mesa, AZ 85210

(480) 507-3180

https://communitybridgesaz.org/

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Local Resources

Child Psycholgist

National Resources

National Suicide Hotline: 1-800-273-8255

Veteran’s Crisis Hotline: 1-800-273-8255 (press 1)                           

Help for Problem Gambling: 1-800-639-8783

ULifeline Opens a New Window.  
Online resource for college students (800) 273-8255

Trans Lifeline: Opens a New Window.   877-565-8860  

Mental Health America - Mental Health Screening Tools
You will find many mental health screening tools on this site that may assist people in understanding more about mental health problems and how to seek help.

National Eating Disorders Hotline: 800-931-2237

Drug & Alcohol Rehab Centers, Counseling & Support
This website offers options for Rehab Centers, Counseling and Support groups related to Substance Use problems.

Mental Health Parity Across the States
An interactive map that tracks what is happening in every state around mental health parity.

American Society of Addiction Medicine
This site offers training for providers (medical) and some of the latest research as it relates to substance use disorders.

Trust for America's Health
Promotes optimal health for every person and community and makes the prevention of illness and injury a national priority -- this includes behavioral health.

Dragon Dads Facebook Group
This is a group of fathers who are joining together to support their children who come out as LBGTQ and to support each other. It was started in Utah by a Mormon father who son was not accepted or supported within his Mormon faith.