Resources

Drawing submitted by a CODAC member

The road of recovery can be long and windy, but there is a beautiful view on the horizon.

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.

Use the links above to connect to the type of resources you need.

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.

CO-ANON
(520) 513-5028 | 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)
(520) 277-2991 | 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
531-2388 | 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
(520) 889-1271 | website
12-step support group for people wishing to stop using nicotine.

Overeaters Anonymous
(520) 733-0880 | website
A 12-step group for people who wish to stop compulsive eating.

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

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

Survivors of Suicide
email
A support group for family and friends of people who have committed suicide.

Mental Health Resources

Depression and B-Polar Support Alliance
(520) 531-2388 | website
Offers education and support groups to people with depression and bi-polar disorder.

HOPE, Inc. – Nueva Luz Center
(520) 770-1197 | website
Psycho-social rehabilitation center that emphasizes community reintegration.

Mental Health Association of Arizona (MHAAZ)
(480) 994-4407 | 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

Southern Arizona Mental Health Corporation (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


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

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.

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
Phone services which give short answers to reference questions.

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

 

 

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