CODAC welcomes inquiries from the media. We have experts available to speak to media or an audience about a variety of topics such as:

  • Mental Health Disorders
  • Substance use disorders (addiction to drugs and/or alcohol)
  • Trauma
  • Sexual assault prevention and education programs
  • The effects of drugs and alcohol on youth and/or adults
  • Reducing stigma around mental health and substance use disorders
  • The impact of State and Federal legislation on local behavioral healthcare
  • How to prevent risky and negative behaviors such as substance use and bullying, child abuse and other violence

To arrange an interview or presentation, contact Kristine Welter Hall at (520) 327-4505 or

Press Releases & News Articles


11/14/21 Program helps drug arrestees (Arizona Daily Star)
10/31/21 Life after opioid addiction, "It's definitely been difficult." (KGUN 9)
3/16/21 CODAC New Associate Medical Director is Sabreen Boone, DO
3/11/21 CODAC Welcomes New Board Members
3/30/20 CODAC is Hiring! Interviews, training being conducted remotely.
4/19/17 Who will you dine out for? "Dine Out for Safety" returns to Tucson on April 19th to raise funds and awareness about sexual assault
1/22/16 CODAC to Host Job Fair; Hiring for Nearly 50 Positions
10/1/15 After 45 Years, CODAC Changes Name; New Name is CODAC Health, Recovery & Wellness, Inc.
6/23/15 CODAC Opens New 19,000 Square Foot Treatment Center for Integrated Physical and Mental Health Care
6/11/15 Prescott Valley Youth Shelter Open House; Shelter for Homeless Youth Ages 12-17
6/10/15 Community Discussion with Tucson Police Department: LGTBQ Safety & Violence
4/9/15 End of Bullying Contest Public Service Announcement Contest Winners Announced During Showcase Event
4/9/15 Who will you dine out for? “Dine Out for Safety” returns to Tucson on April 22nd
4/2/15 Southern Arizona Center Against Sexual Assault (SACASA) Transitions to CODAC Behavioral Health Services
3/2/15 CODAC Celebrates Grand Opening of Integrated Treatment Center, First-of-its-Kind Center for the LGBTQI Community
1/27/15 Forum on Sex Trafficking: Professionals Come Together to Report Progress on Addressing Community Problem
12/16/14 CODAC Opens Center for LGBTQ Health, First in Arizona
11/12/14 CODAC First to Offer Suicide Specific Treatment
07/03/14 CODAC Adopts Smoke & Tobacco-Free Campus Policy
05/21/14 CODAC Breaks Ground on $4.2M Project on Ft. Lowell Road
03/18/14 CODAC to Open LGBTQ Health & Wellness Center
02/01/13 Nonprofit Veterans Organization, Comin’ Home, Merges with CODAC Behavioral Health Services
12/17/12 CODAC Announces New Staff Members and Promotions
12/07/12 Local Youth Launch “Sticker Shock” Campaign to Target Adults who Provide Alcohol to Youth



Annual Reports