The purpose of CHPC is to provide quality care through interdisciplinary teams to people living with a life-limiting illness in Pima and Santa Cruz Counties. Primary services include medical care, support services, community education, and online resources regarding end-of-life care.
The purpose of the agency is to provide quality end-of-life care for individuals and their families, in the Tucson area. Primary services include care provided by interdisciplinary teams; support services; educational resources; and bereavement support.
The purpose of this program is to provide affordable counseling for individuals, couples, and families in southern Arizona. Primary services include in-office counseling services at 6 different sites, and in-home counseling for those who are homebound and/or 60 years and older.
The purpose of this clinic is to provide free integrative health care for people who are low-income and uninsured patients 12 years and older. Primary services include medical evaluations and laboratory tests; education; counseling; and therapies including massage, reiki, and acupuncture.
The purpose of JFCS is to provide quality social and behavioral health services to the greater Tucson community. Primary services include counseling for individuals, families & couples, support services, affordable medical equipment, and emergency financial assistance.
The purpose of Sierra Tucson is to integrate evidenced-based practices and integrative therapies to provide the most effective treatments for addiction and other behavioral health problems. Primary services include both in patient and out patient treatment for addiction, trauma, pain, mood disorders, and eating disorders.
The purpose of the Catholic Community Services of Southern Arizona health center is to provide quality, affordable healthcare to uninsured or under-insured people. Primary services include primary medical and dental care; counseling services; well-women care; the WIC Nutritional program; community outreach; and education.
The University of Phoenix - Counseling Skills Center offers FREE Group, Individual, Family & Child Counseling provided by Fourth year advanced Master of Counseling interns and practicum students. The Center is a training facility for advanced Master of Counseling students under licensed, professional supervision; licensed supervisors are also faculty members at The University of Phoenix. Call 520-239-5315 for an intake. Daytime, evening, and weekend hours are available by appointment. 300 S. Craycroft Rd., Ste 111, Tucson, AZ.
The purpose of this organization is to empower and support children and families who are dealing with a serious medical condition or death and dying. Primary services include an array of support groups for various ages; individual services; educational resources and grief support.
The purpose of this NCI-designated Comprehensive Cancer Center is to improve diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of cancer. Primary services include clinical research; quality patient care; community education and outreach; and a supportive healing program, with wellness classes and services. Please check their website for multiple locations.