How to Access Services
Getting connected with Behavioral Health Services is as easy as coming in to the office at either Hu Hu Kam Memorial Hospital or the Komatke Health Center and setting up an appointment. Services are available to anyone registered with a Federally Recognized Tribe or to any person who has AHCCCS and lives within the Gila River Indian Community. People who need assistance related to mental illness, drug or alcohol abuse, survivors of traumatic experiences, issues with domestic violence, or other emotional or relational problems can find appropriate services at Behavioral Health.
In order to properly assess the situation and provide the help you are looking for, an initial appointment or intake will be scheduled, and you will need to supply some essential information. In addition to describing the problem for which you are seeking help, you will be asked about your behavioral health history. Questions will involve finding out about previous diagnosis, medications, effectiveness of prior treatments, and desires from current treatment.
For people who have a need to speak with someone immediately, we offer brief crisis counseling Monday through Friday from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm on a walk-in basis. During these sessions, people are assessed for a need for emergency intervention. There is additional support available to individuals in the Emergency Department seven days a week, from 11:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.
If scheduling an appointment by telephone is more convenient, feel free to contact us at 520-562-3321 ext. 7100 or 520-550-6008 or 602-528-7100.
Prevention Services are available to all Community members. Enrollment with Behavioral Health is not required
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