Welcome to the HOPE Resources page. In our commitment to ensure that every individual achieves the most fulfilling life possible, HOPE is dedicated to providing connections to information that will support their recovery journey. Below you will discover links to publications and organizations invested in supporting the health and well-being of our communities.
Arizona Department of Health Services (AZDHS). The AZDHS operates programs in behavioral health, community public health, environmental health, emergency preparedness, and regulation of health care providers and emergency services.
Arizona Department of Health Services/Opioid Epidemic. The AZDHS provides statewide data in real-time. The impact of opioid misuse is significant in our communities and on the public health system. Visit link for up-to-date reporting on the opioid epidemic.
Arizona Health Care Cost Containment (AHCCCS). AHCCCS is Arizona’s Medicaid agency that offers health care programs to serve Arizona residents. Individuals must meet certain income and other requirements to obtain services.
Arizona Opioid Assistance and Referral Line (OAR). This 24/7 opioid helpline is operated by the Arizona Poison and Drug Information Center at the University of Arizona Colledge of Pharmacy in Tucson and its counterpart at Banner Health in Phoenix. It is free, confidential, and designed to help people get the help they need. The helpline number is 1-888-688-4222.
Alcoholics Anonymous Resource Center AZ. AA Arizona is a state-wide recovery resource devoted to supporting the men and women of Arizona.
Healthy Pima. Healthy Pima is Pima County’s community health task force of individuals, public, community, and business organizations that have joined forces to improve community health by mobilizing resources, increasing awareness, promoting change, and taking collective action.
Narcotics Anonymous. Narcotics Anonymous is a fellowship group offered as a self-help support system for those struggling with addiction to drugs such as cocaine, methamphetamine, prescription drugs, or a range of potentially dangerous and highly addictive substances.
Old Pueblo Community Services. Provides support for individuals working toward community re-entry following homelessness, incarceration, or military service.
Pima Community Access Program. PCAP links low-income uninsured residents of Pima County to affordable resources.
National Alliance on Mental Illness Southern Arizona. NAMISA is the Southern Arizona affiliate of NAMI, dedicated to improving the lives of millions of Americans affected by mental illness.
National Alliance on Mental Illness Southeastern Arizona. NAMISEAZ is the Southeastern affiliate of NAMI, serving communities in Cochise, Greenlee, Graham, and Santa Cruz Counties.
Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA). This organization leads public health efforts to advance the nation’s behavioral health.
National Mental Health Association (MHA). A community-based network dedicated to helping all Americans achieve wellness by living mentally healthier lives.
National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI). The National Alliance on Mental Illness is the nation’s largest grassroots mental health organization dedicated to building better lives for the millions of Americans affected by mental illness.