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NAC Outpatient & Integrated Medical Clinic have moved!
Posted on Feb 26, 2024

NAC Outpatient & Integrated Medical Clinic have moved!

Our new location, 337 E. Virginia Ave. Building B, is open for behavioral health and physical/mental health services.

NAC Outpatient is here to help you strengthen and maintain recovery by providing substance use and co-occurring treatment services with our Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP), now available at our new location 337 E. Virginia Ave. Bldg B, Phoenix, AZ 85004. NAC Outpatient is co-located with the Integrated Medical Clinic, which offers a wide range of comprehensive health services including medication assisted treatment (MAT), wellness resources, and health education.

Our residential substance use treatment center for women and families, Patina Wellness Center, remains at this location with an updated address: 337 E. Virginia Ave. Bldg A, Phoenix, AZ 85004. 

Learn more about NAC's behavioral health services and the Integrated Medical Clinic.

For questions and support regarding our treatment or general health services, please call 602-424-2060.

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