Resources

We are here to help! Below you will find a list of organizations that are available to help you during a time or crisis, in an emergency and in the event of a disaster or tragedy. We are here for you. We can help, advice and connect you to resources when you need them most.

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Crisis Response Network, Inc. is a non-profit organization dedicated to helping individuals by Inspiring Hope and empowering transformation from HOPE to HEALTH through a continuum of crisis services.

When life is overwhelming, if someone is worried about a loved one, or if someone just needs to talk, Crisis Response Network provides immediate and confidential help.
CRN strives to meet people with compassion, listen and acknowledge without judg- ment, and treat people with respect and dignity. Every interaction deserves our best e ort, and we take every opportunity to provide value to those we serve.

Everyone faces crisis, but no one needs to go through it alone. Our experienced, profes- sionally trained Crisis Specialists are ready to respond 24/7/365 to whatever crisis an individual is facing.

  • Central Arizona Crisis Line: 602-222-9444; Toll-free 800-631-1314; TYY 800-327-9254
  • Central Arizona Warm Line (Peers Helping Peers): 602-347-1100
  • Northern Arizona Crisis Line: 877-756-4090

What is the mental health community’s response to disaster? Following a disaster like Hurricane Katrina and Hurricane Sandy, communities are left without resources and supports needed to recover their lives.

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During and after a disaster it is natural to experience different and strong emotions. Connect with family, friends and others who were affected in your community. Take care of yourself and each other, and know when and how to seek help. Coping with these feelings and getting help when you need it will help you, your family, and your community recover from a disaster. There are steps that families, community and organizational leaders, state and local government, and emergency responders can take to help themselves and others cope.

SAMHSA’s Disaster Distress Helpline provides crisis counseling and support to people experiencing emotional distress related to natural or human-caused disasters.

Call 1-800-985-5990 or text TalkWithUs to 66746 to connect with a trained crisis counselor.

The Arizona Emergency Information Network (AzEIN) is the state’s online source for o cial emergency updates, preparedness and hazard information, and multimedia resources. – See more at: https://ein.az.gov/resources#sthash.UlsxXUiQ.dpuf

Arizona VOAD consists of organizations active in disaster response throughout the state of Arizona. Arizona VOAD’s role is to bring organizations together and enable them to understand each other and work together during times of disaster preparedness, response, relief and recovery.

“Too often we underestimate the power of a touch, a smile, a kind word, a listening ear, an honest compliment, or the smallest act of caring, all of which have the potential to turn a life around."

- Leo Buscaglia, author

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