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Children & Families

Native American Connections serves children in need of mental health support due to behavioral challenges, family difficulties and substance use within the family. For children birth through 17, we provide:


NEW:  Designed for children with a CASII score of 4 or higher living, Native American Connections has added High Needs Case Management (HNCM). HNCM provides on-going support and coordination of behavioral health services for children and families with intense needs. HNCM can help with:

- Coordinating child and family team meetings

- Referrals to specialty services

- Individualized Service Plans & Crisis Plans

- IEP meetings and school related activities

- Communication between CFT team members

- Information about community and public resources


For Teens

We also provide adolescent intensive outpatient and substance use services including:

NEW: For teens 16-18 years of age, Native American Connections has added the Transition Age Youth Program to help young adults and their families navigate the transition into adulthood with the skills to be self-sufficient and independent. TAY can help with developing healthy socialization habits, self-care and independent living skills, vocational and employment services; and connecting youth with educational opportunities. 

For Families

To help improve family connections and stability, we provide family counseling sessions that address conflict among family members, BH Familiescommunication challenges and issues unique to the recovering family. Families are also encouraged to attend our Circle of Strength Program. Presented over one weekend, Circle of Strength brings families together to promote family wellness while supporting family members in recovery. Through art and music, along with spiritual and cultural activities, family members learn to how to set boundaries, improve communication and problem-solving techniques and to work towards common family goals.

 Call 602-424-2060 to schedule an appointment or visit:

NAC Outpatient Treatment Center 
4520 North Central, Suite 100, Phoenix
, AZ

Monday – Friday, 8:00am to 5:00pm 
(Walk-ins are seen between scheduled appointments between 8am and noon). You can also email us at  

Prior to the first appointment, please download and complete the Referral Assessment form if possible.  Please bring this along with child’s birth certificate, social security card, and AHCCCS card. Parents must bring a photo ID (state issued, tribal, etc.).  Additional documents may be required.