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Cenpatico Integrated Care Crisis Services

If you are an individual in need of crisis services, Cenpatico Integrated Care provides trained staff available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and 365 days a year for anyone in our service areas.

No one can define a crisis situation for you. Any situation that exceeds a person’s coping skills can be defined as a crisis, and only the individual can know what their own threshold for coping is. It doesn’t matter what your insurance status is or your enrollment benefit; you simply have to live in Cochise, Graham, Greenlee, La Paz, Pima, Pinal, Santa Cruz, or Yuma counties to receive help. Just call 866-495-6735 (TDD/TTY: 711) for immediate crisis intervention services and support to address a crisis situation.

Cenpatico Integrated Care provides many residents of Arizona with the best programs and services to help meet the behavioral and physical health care needs of the local community.

With the joint efforts of both Cenpatico Integrated Care and the University of Arizona Health Network, our communities now have even more opportunities than before. Combined, our goal is to provide our members with the highest level of integrated care in order to achieve happier, healthier lives.


There are a variety of reasons that an individual may need support services from Cenpatico IC. Everything ranging from general sadness and depression to severe mental illness (SMI) are areas in which Cenpatico can be of service. In fact, along with direct health services, Cenpatico IC is heavily involved in the local community in order to help address many of the underlying causes of behavioral health concerns. These partnerships can range from helping with a veteran’s program for PTSD to helping families cope with short term job loss or homelessness. By addressing these very pressing issues, Cenpatico IC is able to help improve health outcomes throughout the community and empower individuals to improve their lives.

Behavioral and physical health services from Cenpatico IC cover a vast area throughout Southern Arizona. We are responsible for the contract from the Arizona Regional Behavioral Health Authority (RBHA) for the following counties: Cochise, Graham, Greenlee, La Paz, Pima, Pinal, Santa Cruz, and Yuma. From these contracts, Cenpatico IC is able to provide a variety of services and choices for members in order to meet unique health goals. Cenpatico IC specifically serves individuals and families eligible for AHCCCS, as well as those who are eligible for state-only and block grant programs.

At Cenpatico IC, we believe in treating the whole person. We do this through a variety of programs and services that help to provide treatment options that empower each individual to improve their health. We are able to help with a variety of conditions that an individual may be experiencing, including:

• Anxiety
• Depression
• Bi-polar Disorder
• Substance Abuse
• Schizophrenia
• And More

As a provider for behavioral health services, Cenpatico IC works hard to listen to our members’ voices and needs in order to continually improve. We continue to work towards improving services and the local communities that we oversee. We’re here to help; transforming communities, one person at a time.

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If you’re suffering from isolation, loneliness, or some other struggle in your life, but are not currently experiencing a crisis, you may opt to call the HOPE, Inc. Peer-operated Warm Line. This no-cost service is staffed by trained individuals, with experience overcoming mental illness or helping others to do so. You can always find a friendly voice and support to help you with your struggles. Cenpatico IC helps to make services and resources available to the community in order to provide assistance and support. You don’t have to suffer alone.

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