NATIONAL CRISIS HOTLINES
NATIONAL SUICIDE PREVENTION LIFELINE
NATIONAL SUBSTANCE USE AND DISORDER ISSUES REFERRAL AND TREATMENT HOTLINE
ARIZONA CRISIS HOTLINES
800-631-1314 or 602-222-9444
COCHISE, GRAHAM, GREENLEE, LA PAZ, PIMA, PINAL, SANTA CRUZ AND YUMA COUNTIES
APACHE, COCONINO, GILA, MOHAVE, NAVAJO AND YAVAPAI COUNTIES
GILA RIVER AND AK-CHIN INDIAN COMMUNITIES
SALT RIVER PIMA MARICOPA INDIAN COMMUNITY
ARIZONA WARM LINES FOR PEERS
Warm Lines are free and confidential telephone services staffed by peers who have, themselves, dealt with behavioral health challenges. Peer support specialists can relate to behavioral health situations because many have been through similar experiences. Peers offer support and compassion to callers just needing to talk to someone.
Crisis Response Network Warm Line
10 am -10 pm, 7 days a week
There may be some some hold time when at high volume.
NAZCARE Warm Line
4 pm – 10:30 pm, Monday – Thursday
3 pm – 10:30 pm, Friday – Sunday
A recorded message asks for name and number and staff will return call.
HOPE, Inc Warm Line
All Other Southern AZ Counties
8 am -10 pm, 7 days a week
A recorded message offers you to hold or leave a voice message requesting call back.
ARIZONA WARM LINES FOR FAMILIES
Warm Lines are free and confidential telephone services staffed by family support partners who support family members that deal with behavioral health challenges. The support service provides free guidance and connects people to resources for helping deal with job loss, insurance, heightened anxiety and much more.
Family Involvement Center (FIC) Warm Line
8am – 6pm M-F (weekdays)
8am – Noon S-S (weekends)