Behavioral Health Resources

Local behavioral health resources that can help you

If you are a member of Mercy Care or Mercy Care Long Term Care, you may be receiving behavioral health services. And sometimes you might need resources in the community for support or information. The following websites provide information about resources in your community:


Crisis Response Network:

  • Maricopa County: 602‑222‑9444
  • Cochise/Graham/Greenlee/Santa Cruz Counties: 1‑866‑495‑6735
  • Pima County: 520‑622‑6000 or 1‑800‑796‑6762
  • Gila/Pinal/Yuma Counties: 1‑866‑495‑6735

 National Suicide Prevention Hotline: 1‑800‑273‑8255



Warmline specialists offer peer support for callers who just need to talk.

  • Vision of Hope Warmline: 602‑347‑1100. Available Noon to Midnight, Monday through Friday and from 4 p.m. to Midnight, Saturday and Sunday.
  • Tucson Warmline: 520‑770‑9909 or 1‑877‑770‑9912 in southern Arizona. Available Monday through Sunday, 8 a.m. to Midnight.

Behavioral health advocacy resources:

Arizona has a number of advocacy groups and resources available to assist you with a variety of behavioral health needs. These include:

  • Arizona Center for Disability Law, Phoenix location: 602‑274‑6287 or 1‑800‑927‑2260
  • Arizona Center for Disability Law, Tucson location: 520‑327‑9547 or 1‑800‑922‑1447
  • National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI): 602‑244‑8166
  • National Alliance on Mental Illness of Southern Arizona: 520‑622‑5582
  • Mental Health America of Arizona: 480‑982‑5305
  • National Domestic Violence Hotline: 1‑800‑799‑7233
  • Arizona Coalition to End Sexual & Domestic Violence: 602‑279‑2900 or 1‑800‑782‑6400
  • Childhelp National Child Abuse Hotline: 1‑800‑422‑4453