CODAC offers a full array of treatment services for individuals ages 18 and older. For youth treatment services, click here.
CODAC provides outpatient treatment and behavioral health services for adults ages 18 and older with:
- general mental health disorders (such as anxiety and depression)
- substance use disorders (drug and alcohol addiction)
- serious mental illnesses (such as schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, post traumatic stress disorder and personality disorders)
Services include case management and individual and group counseling focusing on strengths and community supports to promote long-term recovery, prevent relapse, teach life skills and parenting, provide relaxation and anger management techniques, and much more.
Psychiatric medication management is provided by Psychiatrists, Nurse Practitioners and Behavioral Health Nurses where clinically appropriate.
- Young Adults (ages 18-25) (…more)
- Whole Health: Integrated mental health care and primary care (…more)
- Women needing residential treatment or intensive outpatient treatment for substance use disorders, with a focus on pregnant and parenting women (…more)
- Adult members with co-occurring mental health and substance use disorders
- Individuals recovering from opiate addiction (…more)
Intensive Outpatient Programs
- Mothers Caring About Self (MCAS) for pregnant and postpartum women with substance use disorders (…more)
- Recovery Bridge for individuals with co-occurring mental health and substance use disorders.
- Las Amigas Residential Treatment Program from pregnant and postpartum women with substance use disorders (…more)
- Arizona Residential Care for adults with serious mental illnesses or substance use disorders who need temporary support in a structured residential setting
24-Hour Crisis Services
If you are experiencing a behavioral health crisis, please call the Community-Wide Crisis Line at 622-6000 or 1-800-796-6762. This line is available 24/7 for anyone having a behavioral health crisis. If you would like to walk-in during a behavioral health crisis, visit SAMHC at 2502 N. Dodge Blvd (enter from Flower Street, which is just north of Grant Road). If possible, please call the Community-Wide Crisis Line before going to SAMHC.