Native American Connections is here to help you on your path toward recovery and wellness by providing General Mental Health Services and Intensive Outpatient Programs.
General Mental Health Services
General mental health services may include individual, group or family therapy, outreach and engagement, case management, medication monitoring, behavior management and life skills.
Adult Substance Use
Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)
- 8 Week Program - Days (Monday-Friday)
- 12 Week Program - Evenings (Monday-Friday)
Standard Outpatient Program (SOP)
- 8 Week Program - Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday
- Peer Support & Recovery Coaches assist with Engagement, Group & Social Support
- Transition Age Youth (18-21) Support Services & Recovery Coaching
In addition, to assist those in recovery, we offer support meetings as follows:
AA - Wednesdays at 11:00am NAC Outpatient 4520 N. Central Avenue 602-424-2060
AA - Thursdays at 7:30pm NAC Outpatient 4520 N. Central Avenue 602-424-2060
AA - Fridays at 7:00pm Patina Wellness Center 337 E. Virginia Avenue 602-254-5805
Behavioral Health Transitional Housing
Pendleton Court (women) and Indian Rehabilitation (men) provide independent, recovery living environments based on a community strengths model with the goal of self-sufficiency. Recovery support is available from a live-in Recovery Coach and residents must participate in NAC's Intensive Outpatient Program along with community and in-house support groups and cultural activities. As their self-sufficiency increases, residents become responsible for their own food, linens and bedding and all other ‘basic need’ expenses. When ready to live more independently, residents move into market rate or subsidized housing within the community. If units are available, residents who are eligible may move in to one of NAC’s affordable housing communities where they will also be supported in their recovery. Referrals are made through NAC's residential treatment (Guiding Star) or Intensive Outpatient Programs. Please call 602-602-424-2060 to learn more.
Intake and Assessment:
The first step in connecting with behavioral health services is to complete an intake and assessment. This helps our staff determine which programs and services would be beneficial to you.
Intakes and assessments are scheduled by appointment. Please call 602-424-2060 or visit our Outpatient Treatment Center located at 4520 N. Central, Suite 100 in Phoenix, Monday - Friday 8:00 am - 5:00 pm.
Walk-Ins are seen Monday - Friday between of 8:00 am-3:00 pm.
If you come to your assessment appointment under the influence of drugs or alcohol, you may be referred to an appropriate provider for crisis stabilization and/or medical detoxification.
Prior to your intake and assessment, please download and complete the Referral Intake form. Bring this along with a valid photo ID (state issued, tribal, etc.) to your appointment. ( Referral Assessment form ).
NAC has Substance Abuse Block Grant (SABG) funds that can be used to fund treatment services for people who live in Maricopa County and are in need of substance use treatment. This funding can be used when substance use treatment services are not covered by a person's private insurance plan. This funding is also used for NAC to serve priority populations including: Pregnant women; Women with Dependent Children; Intravenous drug users and all other individuals with a substance use disorder. If you are wondering if you or your family member meets eligibility for these services, please contact us at 602-424-2060 or email@example.com.
Agencies and providers wishing to refer an individual directly to Native American Connections for services may do so via fax to 602-424-1623 or email to Assessment@nativeconnections.org. Please include the information and documentation contained on this checklist.
Native American Connections values our partnerships with agencies across the state. If you are interested in learning more about our behavioral health services and how we may partner, contact the Director of Quality & Compliance at Assessment@nativeconnections.org.