Integrated Health Services

Outpatient and residential treatment for substance use & co-occurring disorders with general health services available at our Integrated Clinic.


Call 602-424-2060 for help today.

Call 602-424-2060 for help today.

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Housing Services

Housing is the foundation of Native American Connections and a principle method of supporting individuals in alcohol and drug recovery, family stabilization, and community wellness. NAC has developed, owns and manages 850 units of supportive and affordable housing.


Life-changing Support

Life-changing Support

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Community Services

Native American Connections champions community development projects that strengthen the Native American Community and celebrates the rich cultural histories of indigenous peoples. NAC is a leader in community efforts to end homelessness. We advocate for affordable housing and easy access to whole-person healthcare.


Fueling a Healthy Community

Fueling a Healthy Community

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Wellness Centers

Patina Wellness Center

337 E. Virginia Ave. Bldg A, Phoenix, AZ 85004

The Patina Wellness Center is a residential substance use treatment center designed to support women and families in recovery from addiction or substance use disorder and prevent family separation. Patina houses 70 beds for adult women, their young children from birth to 5 years old, and on certain circumstances coupled families in recovery. Patina maintains a number of supportive services; residents can expect the following and more during their stay.

On-site Childcare

Residents take advantage of on-site childcare alongside their treatment and case management.

Services for Pregnant & Post-Partum Women

Patina Wellness Center maintains specialized services for pregnant and post-partum women dealing with addiction or substance use disorder.

Family Unification Support

Single fathers and fathers entering treatment with families reside and receive all services at Patina Wellness Center (PWC). Please ask your NAC intake specialist or case manager for more information regarding family unification support.

Substance Use Disorder Treatment

Treatment at Patina Wellness Center provides substance use and co-occurring health services focusing on the integration of mind, body and spirit. Native American Connections provides behavioral health support to residents in several forms; check out some of the services residents can expect at Patina.

  • Individual, family, and group education
  • Life skills and health education
  • Family reunification
  • Parenting, healthy, relationships, domestic violence education
  • Medical and medication services
  • 12 step and recovery support meetings

Traditional Healing

Patina incorporates Native American traditional healing practices meant to support the spiritual and emotional health of residents in addition to creating a pathway to hope, wellness, and an improved quality of life. Here are some of the services residents can expect to support their cultural and spiritual health as they work on healing. Check out our traditional healing page for an in-depth look at these practices.

  • Sweat lodges
  • Smudging
  • Talking circle
  • Songs and drumming
  • Red Road teachings
  • Native crafts, storytelling, and cultural presentations

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Get Started

Reach out to our team with the form linked below. We will respond promptly to provide the information necessary to get started with services.

Connect with our team

If you have questions or concerns, reach out to us at 602-424-2060 or to have our intake staff help you.

Intake assessments are offered in-person by appointment or walk-in as well as by phone. Our team will coordinate with you to provide the best method of meeting. See our Outpatient Treatment Center information for hours of operation.

Client Referral

Agencies and providers can refer directly to NAC by filling out our referral form and sending via fax to 602-424-1623 or email to

Members of tribal communities interested in developing a referral program may call us at 602-424-2060 or email


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