Between CODAC and other organizations, Southern Arizona has a vast network of resources and support available to children, adults and families when the road gets tough.

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Support Groups

Al-Anon Family Groups
(520) 323-2229 | website
Self support for the family and friends of alcoholics and adult children of alcoholics.

Alcoholics Anonymous
(520) 624-4183 | website
840 S. Campbell Avenue.
Fellowship of men and women who maintain sobriety through sharing experience, strength, and hope.

(480) 442-3869 | website
A fellowship for family and friends of someone who is chemically dependent on cocaine.

Cocaine Anonymous - AZ
(520) 326-2211 | website
Co-Dependents Anonymous
Fellowship of men and women who maintain sobriety from cocaine.

Co-Dependents Anonymous (CODA)
(888) 444-2359| website
12-step self-help group for people who are working on healthy relationships.

Debtors Anonymous
1-800-421-2383 | website
12-step program for people who have debt and cannot stop spending.

Depression and Bi-Polar Support Alliance
(800) 826-3632 | website
Offers education and support groups to people with depression and bi-polar disorder.

Gamblers Anonymous
570-7879 | website
Self help group for compulsive gamblers.

Narcotics Anonymous
881-8381 | website
12-step program where people manage their addiction to narcotics.

Nicotine Anonymous
(469) 737-9304 | website
12-step support group for people wishing to stop using nicotine.

Overeaters Anonymous
(505) 891-2664| website
A 12-step group for people who wish to stop compulsive eating.

An online resource to support people who want to quit smoking.

Sex Addicts Anonymous
1-800-477-8191 | website
12-step recovery program providing support for people with compulsive sexual behaviors.

Survivors of Incest Anonymous
12-step program for non-offending adult survivors of childhood sexual abuse.

Survivors of Suicide
Support group for family and friends of people who have committed suicide.

Mental Health Resources

Depression and B-Polar Support Alliance
(800) 826-3632 | website
Offers education and support groups to people with depression and bi-polar disorder.

HOPE, Inc.
(520) 770-1197 | website
(520) 770-9909 Warm Line
Psycho-social rehabilitation center that emphasizes community reintegration.

Mental Health Association of Arizona (MHAAZ)
480-982-5305 | website
Provides information and advocacy concerning mental health resources.

National Alliance on Mental Illness of Southern Arizona (NAMI)
(520) 622-5582 | website
Offers support groups for people diagnosed with mental illness and their families.

Our Place Clubhouse
(520) 884-5553 | website

Pasadera Behavioral Health Network (formerly SAMHC)
(520) 622-6000 | website 
SAMHC provides over-the-phone crisis intervention, mental health screening, referral and linkages to other mental health services.

Community Resources

Addiction Center
Phone: 1(877) 655-5116 | Website 
An online resource for people seeking support for addiction and drug abuse.

American Diabetes Association

(520) 795-3711 | website
333 W. Ft. Lowell Rd., Suite 23
Provides educational resources on diabetes.

American Cancer Society
(800) 227-2345 | website
333 W. Ft. Lowell Rd., Suite 23
Provides educational resources on cancer.

Arizona Poison & Drug Information Center
(520) 626-6016
Information and education on medications and preventing poisoning accidents.

Catholic Community Services
(520) 623-0344 | website

DIRECT Center for Independence
(520) 624-6452 | website
Offers information, referral and support services for individuals with disabilities.

Gospel Rescue Mission
(520) 740-1501 | website

Information & Referral Helpline
1-800-352-3792 | website
Information on community resources.

Literacy Volunteers of Tucson
(520) 882-8006 | website
Tutors people to improve reading and writing skills.

Sex Trafficking Help

Offers a variety of volunteer opportunities.

Volunteer Southern Arizona
(520) 881-3300 | website
Offers a variety of volunteer opportunities.

Government Resources

Arizona Center for Disability Law
(520) 327-9547 | website
Provides protection and advocacy for people with psychiatric, cognitive, physical, mental and sensory disabilities.

Arizona Health Care Cost Containment System (AHCCCS)
(520) 205-8600 | website
State’s health insurance program for people with a low income.

City of Tucson Parks and Recreation
(520) 791-4873 | website
Conducts recreational classes and special events throughout the city.

Pima County Public Library Information Line
(520) 791-4010 | website
Phone services which give short answers to reference questions.

Social Security Administration
1-800-722-1213 | website
Oversees the Social Security System.