Mental Health First Aid (public classes for community members) 888-244-8980
Clinica Amistad-offers healthcare at no cost to low-income, uninsured and underserved people in a friendly and supportive atmosphere. Call 520-305-5107 to make an appointment. Open Wednesday and Thursday evenings and the first Saturday of the month.
Pima County Library-main branches have nurses available during certain hours to triage, evaluate and support in getting people resources
NurseWise-24-hour crisis line 866-495-6735-Phone counseling and depending on the situation can offer free transportation to CRC or low-income drug and alcohol detox center. During the day and if low danger call, might send mental health team out to assess, if at night or deemed a dangerous call they will send the police first.
ASL number: 877-613-2076
Mental Health and Emotional Support resources
Peer Support Warm line (if person is not suicidal) 888-404-5530
COPE Community Services-mental health care, intake process 8am-5pm 520-792-3293
La Frontera-inpatient and outpatient rehab treatment facilities and some housing, short-term available 520-838-3804
Shelters and Crisis Support
Emerge! Center Against Domestic Abuse-provides domestic abuse crisis intervention and housing, prevention, education, support and advocacy services to women. Call the local hotline at 888-428-010
SAAF Anti-Violence Project-works to prevent, respond to and end all forms of violence against and within the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and questioning communities of southern Arizona. Crisis intervention and emergency housing is available. If someone is in crisis, call their 24-hour bilingual crisis line at 520-624-0348 or 800-553-9387
Primavera Men’s Shelter-520-623-4300
Casa Paloma (Women only) shelter-520-882-0820
Sister Jose (Women only) shelter-520-909-3905
Legal rights and support
Arizona Center for Disability Law-protects the rights of individuals with a wide range of physical, mental, psychiatric, sensory and cognitive disabilities.