Short-Term Crisis Intervention
The Gila House, CODAC's Brief Intervention Program (BIP)/Behavioral Health Residential Facility (BHRF) offers short-term crisis care for adults.
The Gila House provides therapeutic, time-limited interventions to stabilize people in crisis so they can live successfully and independently in the community.
This healing and comfortable space provides beautiful accommodations that are staffed 24/7/365 by skilled professionals.
The Gila House is equipped to serve up to 10 members, both male and female. While here, members receive:
- Crisis support
- Therapeutic Activities
- Skills building activities
- Close monitoring
- ...and more
Gila House can be used a step-down from inpatient facilities as well as a crisis stabilization setting.
Admission Criteria for Gila House:
- Member must be AHCCCS-enrolled
- Member is at significant risk of harm
- Member is a safety risk due to functional impairment resulting from psychiatric symptoms
Learn More and Refer a Member
For 24-hour access to brief behavioral health intervention services and to refer a member to the Gila House, contact our CODAC team:
- Phone: (520) 327-4505 x5433
- Email: UMAdministrators@codac.org
Adult Transitional Living Program
CODAC’s Adult Transitional Living (ATL) program provides transitional and temporary housing with limited supervision for members ages 18 and older whose health status necessitates additional help and monitoring by CODAC staff. Housing at ATL requires an internal referral and Adult Recovery Team meeting prior to entering this program.
20th Street House
The 20th street house is a 5-bed home for men in CODAC’s Men’s Recovery Services program. This sober living community is staffed 23 hours each day with peers in recovery.
When not at the outpatient treatment center, men who live at 20th Street House get hands-on support finding jobs, enrolling in education, finding permanent housing and learning to live a sober lifestyle. Men regularly participate in community NA and AA support groups in the home and out in the community.