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OrganizationLocationPhone #EmailResources ProvidedAdditional InformationWebsiteContact Person
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211 ArizonaCommunity information and referral serice through website, includes many resources and services including substance abuse services and resources throughout the state of Arizona
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Accent Care2707 S. White Mountain Rd. Show Low, Az 800-834-3059
Will assist non-medical care personal care
Will assist with bathing, grooming, dressing, med reminder, light housekeeping
Provide companion care, which could include walks, diet
Rates vary depending on type of service and hours
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Accord Hospice5300 S Sutter Dr
Building C
Show Low, AZ 85901
928-271-8013Hospice programs offer services in your own home or in a hospice center. Some hospices also offer services in nursing homes, long-erm facilities, or hospitals. Basic medical care with a focus on pain and symptom control. Access to a member of your hospice team 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Medical supplies and equipment as needed. Counseling and social support to help you and your family with psychological, emotional, and spiritual issues. Guidance with the difficult, but normal, issues of life completion and closure. Counseling and support for your loved ones after you die.accordhealthgroup.com
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Ace Hardware95 W White Mountain Blvd
Pinetop, AZ 85935-7060
928-367-0404Felon Friendly employer
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Adolescent Substance Abuse Program602-434-0249Provides an Intensive Outpatient Program to treat teens ages 12-18 in recovery from substance use disorders. Teens attend group therapy 3 nights per week for 10 weeks. Parents must attend one of those nights each week. Conducts urine testing to verify clients are drug-free.
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Adolescent Substance Abuse Program
1290 W 1st Pl S, St Johns, AZ 85936928-337-3205Community food bank, food boxes & assistance
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Adventures in at Assistive Technologykim@adventuresinat.comProvide a platform for families to learn about assistive technology and how to implement in their child's lives, both at home and school.
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Al-Anon for Families of Alcoholics
800-344-2666Al-Anon hotline for familes of alcoholics
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AL-ANON meetings213 E. Jefferson, Madonna House
Winslow, AZ
Offers a program of recovery for the families and friends of alcoholicsSaturday - 7:00 pm
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Albert Long Residential Treatment Center877-931-9142 928-524-1151Provides residential behavioral health services inculding psychiatric and co-occurring substance use disorder treament, transition and brief intervention, counseling and peer support services, and transportation assistance.
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Alcohol Hotline800-331-2900National alcohol abuse hotline
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Alcoholics Anonymous Meetings20+ locations across White Mountains
(see website for current locations and meeting info) Winslow: 213 E. Jefferson, Madonna House
Winslow, AZ
928-537-7800Meetings@WhiteMountainsAA.orgAlcoholics Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism. The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop drinking. There are no dues or fees for AA membership; we are self-supporting through our own contributions.
Monday-Sunday mornings and evenings
http://whitemountainsaa.org
Celeste
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Alcoholics Anonymous, International (National)928-537-7800Meetings@WhiteMountainsAA.orgAlcoholics Anonymous is an international mutual aid fellowship with the stated purpose of enabling its members to "stay sober and help other alcoholics achieve sobriety." AA is nonprofessional, self-supporting, and apolitical. Its only membership requirement is a desire to stop drinking. The AA program of recovery is set forth in the Twelve Steps.
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Alice's Place312 E. Second Street
P.O. Box 904
Winslow, AZ 86047
Toll Free: 888-531-7233
Telephone: 928-289-3003
Fax: 928-289-2892
Info@alicesplaceshelter.orgAlice’s Place offers a variety of community and victim services including: Crisis Intervention, Safe, Confidential, Temporary Shelter, Advocacy, Social Services, Domestic Violence Education, Information & Referral, Case Management, Community, Education, Court Accompaniment, Filing of Protection Orders, Safety Planning, Coordination & Networking of Resources, Prevention & Awareness ActivitiesOur thrift store, Alice’s Attic, accepts all forms of donations such as clothing, household items, appliances, furniture, electronics, books, music, exercise and sporting equipment and much more. All proceeds help support the domestic violence programs of Alice’s Place, An Empowerment Center. The DV program offices are located in the back of the thrift store. Program Director - Gina Macaulayhttp://alicesplace.org
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American Lung Association928-537-6303imaxwell@summithealthcare.netAmerican Lung Association's Freedom from Smoking
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American Service Animal Society480-802-9339
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Apache Behavioral Health Services- Whiteriver249 W Ponderosa St
Whiteriver, Arizona 85941
Schedule an appointment: 928-338-4811
Crisis & 24/7 Helpline: 928-338-4811
ABHS offers a wide range of services for all age groups. Services are available to Tribal members regardless of their state or federally funded status.

THRIVE: Birth to Five (0-5 years)
Child, Adolescent & Family Services (6-18)
School Enrichment: STEM (6-18)
STARRS: Successful Traditional Adventurous Respectful Resilient Students (13+)
Adult Services (18+)
Parent Empowerment (All ages)
“Life is Precious” Nowhi’ Ida’ Bagoye’
Out of Home
Emotional, Social & Spiritual Support Services
Open: Monday-Friday 8am-5pm. Services are available at low or no cost to members of the White Mountain Apache Tribe and those living on the Fort Apache Reservation.https://www.wmabhs.org
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Apache County Drug Free Alliance928-551-3416Substance Abuse prevention Coalition
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Apache County Law Enforcement
928-337-4321
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Apple Tree Apartments1752 W. Jackson Lane
Lakeside, AZ 85929
928-368-6644Offers Regular 1 and 2 Bedroom Apartments
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Arby's875 North Main Street
Taylor, AZ 85939

680 West Deuce of Clubs
Show Low, AZ 85901
928-536-9199


928-537-4413
Felon Friendly employer
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Arizona at Work928.532.1516Ihaas@azdes.govJob search, resume writing, interview skills assistance, computer lab available, information on umemployment insurance and employer. Free service.azjobconnection.gov
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Arizona Breastfeeding Hotline800-833-464224 Hour Hotline
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Arizona Center for Disability602-274-6287
800-927-2260
center@azdisabilitylaw.orgACDL is a nonprofit public interest law firm that assists arizonans with disabilities to promote and protect their legal rights to independence, justice, and equality. azdisabilitylaw.org
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Arizona Coalition for Domestic Violence800-782-6400Legal Help
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Arizona Coalition to End Sexual and Domestic Violence602-279-2900
800-782-6400
602-279-7270 (TTY)
https://www.acesdv.org/collaboration/
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Arizona Crisis Team Not serving Navajo County at this time. May in the future.
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Arizona Detox and Rehab Center833-272-7342In keeping with our reputation as one of the top rehab centers in Arizona, our team of clinicians and therapists led by Dr Leonard Ditmanson, specialize in providing safe and effective addiction treatment services such as medical detox and inpatient residential rehab. We accept most insurances, including BCBS, United Healthcare, Cigna, Aetna, Multi Plan, and AHCCCS. Regardless of your insurance situation, call and speak to one of our intake specialists for a free insurance evaluation, Fuly integrated facility designed for dual diagnosis drug and alcohol abuse patients. Our progaram has been thoughtfuly designed to individualized treatment for each client. Treatment begins with a iosocial and medical evaluation by a medical doctor and a psychologist on staff. Our services include medical detox, inpatient rehab, intensive outpatient therapy (IOP), and residential treatment.
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Arizona Developmental Disabilities Planning Council602-542-8970information and referral, advocacy, distributes grant monies for system changing projects that advance community inclusion of people with developmental disabilities, but no direct servicesazdes.gov/addpc
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Arizona Postpartum Wellness Coalition888-434-6667Postpartum Support International, AZ Warmline 24hr support and resources for individuals suffering from or impacted by postpartum.psiarizona.org
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Arizona Smokers' Helpline1-800-556-6222Free Quit-Tobacco Service
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Arizona Warm Line1-888-404-5530
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Arizona@WorkShow Low: 2500 E. Cooley St.
Show Low, Arizona 85901 Winslow: 319 East 3rd Street
Winslow, Arizona 86047
Show Low: 928-532-4316 Winslow: 928-289-4644Ihaas@azdes.govJob search, resume writing, interview skills assistance, computer lab available, information on umemployment insurance and employer. Free service.https://arizonaatwork.com
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Assist to Independence4133 E Cedar Ave, Tuba City, 86045 [Coconino County]928-283-6211
928-283-6261
contact@assistti.orgInformation and referral, independent living training, advocacy, peer mentoring, diversion from nursing home placement, transition from nursing home to community living, youth transition from high school to work or higher education, durable medical equipment loan program transportation healing services.www.assistti.org
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AZ Department of Veteran Services800-852-8387https://dvs.az.gov
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Az Dept of Veteran Services5171 Cub Lake Rd, Show Low, AZ 85901928-537-2044Select items onlyTim Jackson
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AZ Game & Fish Dept.2878 East White Mountain bvld. Pinetop, AZ 85929-6528928-367- 4281Community ServiceSummer Work only.Tom Puckett
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AZEIP Arizona Early Intervention Program 602-532-9960allazeip2@azdes.govTeam based early intervention services for children with significant developmental delays.https://des.az.gov/services/disabilities/developmental-infant
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Ballard Senior Home Care928-243-3094ballardseniorhomecare@gmail.com
Light Housekeeping, Meal Preperation and Planning and Shopping
Running Errands, Transportation
Companion Aide, Dressing and Grooming
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Barkin' basement thrift store4050 S. Whit mountain rd. Show Low, AZ 85901928-537-1603Community ServiceAmanda
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Best WesternBest Western Inn of Pinetop
404 East White Mountain Blvd.
Pinetop, AZ 85935

Best Western Snowflake Inn
2055 South Main Street
Snowflake, AZ 85937

Best Western Sawmill Inn
1877 AZ-260
Heber, AZ 85928

Best Western Paint Pony Lodge
581 W. Deuce of Clubs
Show Low, AZ 85901

Best Western Sunrise Inn
128 Noth Main Street
Eager, AZ 85925


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928-333-2540
Felon Friendly employer
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Big brothers big sisters2707 S. White Mountain rd. Show Low, AZ 85901(928)537-1996Community Service
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Billy Creek Clinic: Wilson Sean MD  
43 W White Mountain Blvd # E, Lakeside, AZ 85929928-367-4040Primary care
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Blue Ridge Christian Center184 West White Mountain Boulevard Lakeside, AZ 85929(928) 367-0141Community ServicePainting, pulling weeds, shoveling snow, cleaning etcCandy
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Blue Ridge High School1200 W. White Mountain Blvd. Lakeside, AZ 85929(928) 368-6328Community Service
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Boys and Girls Town National Hotline
800-448-3000National crisis and suicide hotline
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Bread of Life Mission885 Hermosa Drive
Holbrook AZ, 86025
928-524-3874cherisemerrick@hotmail.comFor anyone homeless, stranded or in need and whose income is below the state requirement. BOL offers shelter, food, vocational training. 6 Bible Studies held at the Mission, 6 Substance Abuse Groups, Many individual counseling sessions, 7 Chapel Services, Case Management Meetings, 10 Budget Management meetings, Special Intern classes, Individualized computer classes, "Domestic Violence" groups/class for women, "Getting Anger Under Control" class. Open 24 hours a day however closed on Sunday from 8AM - 12PM.bolmaz.comCharyse Myers
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Buffalo Bills Tavern and GrillAZ-260 & Bison Pkwy
Show Low, AZ 85901
928-251-2226Felon Friendly employer
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Burger King365 East White Mountain Blvd.
Pinetop-Lakeside, AZ 85935
928-367-2565Felon Friendly employer
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Calvary Bapist Church
241 E. McNeil, Show Low, AZ 85901(928)537-1996Community ServiceOutside work, shoveling snow, pulling weeds etc. M - F, 9 AM-4PMAny Staff Pastor
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Calvary Chappel of the White Mountains
2879 Rainbow Lake Dr. Lakeside, AZ 85935(928) 368-9014Community Service
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Camp Grace6385 W. White Mountain Blvd. Lakeside, AZ 85929(928) 537-1252Community ServiceCooks (June-Sept.), Building maint,Plumbers,Roofers, Carpenters, Appliance repalirs, yard work.Dave Provost
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Care Giver Support Group
(NACOG)
1658 S Main St
Snowflake AZ 85937
877-521-3500Come learn about more resources and find peer support from other caregivers. Free and open to public. At the Silver Creek Senior Center community room. Every other Thursday from 10 am to 11 am.https://nacog.org/departments/AAA/page/family_caregiver_support.html
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Catholic Charities3807 Porter Mountain Rd.
Lakeside, AZ 85929
928-367-2244Food and clothing is distributed onTuesday and Thursdays from 7:00 am - 1:00 pm (Summer), 10:00 am - 4:00 pm (Winter)
Photo ID Required
2 Boxes per month. per individual or household
(preferably not in the same week)
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Catholic Charities2190 E. White Mountain Blvd. Lakeside, AZ 85935(928) 334-2244Community ServiceNelson French
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Celebrate Recovery MeetingsGrace Church 700 S.19th Ave
Show Low AZ 85901
928-242-3170 928-537-4817CR@graceshowlow.comEvery Friday Night 6P Dinner; 7-9 Teaching; 8-9 Groupshttps://www.facebook.com/CRShowlow/ https://crshowlow.wixsite.com/crshowlow
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Cellular One (Freedom Fone Plans)1350 S White Mtn Rd
Show Low, AZ 85901
800-730-2351 Free smart phone
To qualify you must be receiving benefits from one or more of these programs: Federal Public Housing Assistance, Supplemental Nutrition Asst Program (SNAP, aka Food Stamps), Kids Care, Low IncomeMedicaid (A.H.C.C.C.S), Supplemental Security Income (SSI), Veterans/Survivors Pension Benefits
https://www.cellularoneonline.com/freedom-fone
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Center for Substance Abuse Treatment800-662-4357National Hotlinehttps://www.samhsa.gov/find-help/national-helpline
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Center for the arts251 Penrod rd. Show Low, AZ 85901(928)532-2296Community ServiceHeavy Lifting, Buiding repairs, weeding the flower bedsRose, Sylvia, or Victoria
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Chamber of Commerce102 W. White Mountain Blvd #C(928) 367-4290Community ServiceOffice work or help with festivals. Festival site: Woodland rd. 2 mi. south
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Change Point Health IntegratedShow Low
2500 E. Show Low Lake Rd,
Show Low, AZ 85901
Snowflake
423 S. Main Street,
Snowflake, AZ 85937
Holbrook 103 N. 1st Ave,
Holbrook, AZ 86025
Winslow
1015 E. Second St,
Winslow, AZ 86047
Show Low 928-537-2951
Snowflake 928-536-6869
Holbrook 928-524-6126
Winslow 928-289-4658

Administration Office, Show Low
928-537-5315 24/7 hotline:1-877-756-4090
"We are a healthcare provider specializing in integrated behavioral health services"
Counseling Services, Psychiatry & Medical Services, Alcohol & Substance Abuse Treatment, Crisis Services, Housing Programs, Court-Ordered Services, Health coaches, Anger management groups, DUI group classes, Domestic violence group classes, Peer support, Transportation, vocational rehabilitaion, case management, Many Other Support Services
If you're experiencing a behavioral health crisis call:

1.877.756.4090 24/7 and you'll be connected with a crisis counselor. mychangepoint.org
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ChangePoint Crisis Unit1920 W. Commerce Drive, Lakeside, AZ 85929928-587-3435Safe House for women in domestic violence situations
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ChangePoint Psychiatric Hospital1920 W. Commerce Drive, Lakeside, AZ 85929928-368-4110

Provides inpatient and outpatient services for individuals with mental health disorders and/or substance addiction. The program includes psychiatric evaluations, inpatient stabilization, suboxone therapy and more.
Fax: (928) 368-4112 mychangepoint.org Donna Shoemaker
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Choice HotelsComfort Inn
1637 West White Mountain Blvd.
Pinetop-Lakeside, AZ 85929

Quality Inn Pinetop
458 East White Mountain Blvd
Pinetop-Lakeside, AZ 85935

Quality Inn Show Low
1941 East Deuce of Clubs
Show Low, AZ 85901
928-368-6600



928-367-3636



928-537-7694
Felon Friendly employer
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Cibecue Fire Department145 South Cooley Rd.
Cibecue, AZ 85911
928-338-4311
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Cibecue Head Start24 North Cromwell Road Cibecue, AZ 85911928-332-2581Children who are 3 to 5 years old are eligible for Head Start services. Pregnant women and children from birth to 3 years of age are eligible for Early Head Start services. Children and families who are homeless, in foster care, or receive TANF or SSI are also eligible for services.
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Cibecue Mobile Pantry6 West 3rd Street
Cibecue, AZ 85911
928-594-2299Food is distributed on 4th Thursday of each month, from 12:00pm-4:00pm
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City of Pinetop LakesideSoccer Field on woodland Rd. (Call first)(928) 242-8161 (Mike) (928) 242-1519 (Frank)Community ServicePark Clean up and Trail MaintenanceMike Mettie, Frank
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City ParkWest Deuce of Clubs(928)537-2800Community Service
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Clay Springs Fire Department2156 Sandstone Road
Clay Springs, AZ 85923
928-739-4414
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Clinical Social Worker Specialist
Leslie Keene
501 S Clark Rd Ste 8 Show Low, AZ 85901-5621928-486-5472 Clinical Social Worker for over 26 years. Facilitates a support group on the 2nd and 4th Mondays of each month. https://www.healthcare6.com/physician/show-low-az/leslie-ross-2497372.html
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Co-Dependent Anonymous
meetings
Solterra
5408 Highway 260 Lakeside AZ 85929

213 E. Jefferson, Madonna House
Winslow, AZ
928.486.5472A fellowship of men and women whose common purpose is to develop healthy relationships. The only requirement for membership is a desire for healthy and loving relationships.Thursday - 6:30 pmLakeside: Leslie K. lesliekeene@live.comhttp://locator.coda.org/index.cfm?fuseaction=pagefling&page=details.cfm&editId=9256
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Cocaine Anonymous1-800-347-8998National Hotline
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Codependent Anonymous
Meetings
213 E. Jefferson, Madonna House
Winslow, AZ
Thursday - 7:00 pm
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Comfort Keepers1-866-774-0888Provide Transportation, Meal preparation. Will assist with medication reminders But will not administer or dispense medication.
If pateient is being seen by Physical Therapy; will assist with exercise IF physical training is written down.
Will provide free in home safety check
Provide services 24/7, will provide overnight stay
Will assist with pets in home, Rates vary depending on type of service and hours.
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Community Bridges, Inc803 W. Main Street
Payson, AZ 85541

993 N. Hermosa Drive Suite A
Holbrook, AZ 86025
877-931-9142

928-524-1151
Community Bridges, Inc. (CBI) uses a holistic—or integrated—approach to addiction treatment and behavioral health concerns. We take each person’s unique traits and issues into account to design a treatment plan. Using a combination of education, therapy, housing, medications, peer support, inspiration, hope and other supportive services, our solutions are never one-size-fits-all. People are unique, and their treatment plan should be too.
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Community Garden (CCC Plot)W. of 9th pl. between the Navajo Co. S. Complex facing the Deuce of Clubs (rt. 260) and Navajo Co. Health Dpt. Building(928)537-5951 x2229Community ServiceCultivating produce for local food banks and he Love Kitchen. Must be over 18 and enrolled in Community Counseling centerFran Damato
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Community Leadership Academy/Statewide Independent Living Council928-640-0710
928-283-6261
ajames@assistti.orgCcoordinate and organize the community leadership academy for participants and rural communities. Participants develop skills to become leaders within their respective community. Leadership skills used to develop networking, serve on community advisory boards, committees, and/or councils to advocate for disability issues.https://ability360.org/livability/advocacy-livability/azcla-arizona-community-leadership-academy-strengthens-advocacy/
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Community Medical Services 928-251-2030Outpatient treatment Medical Assisted Treatment for Opioid and Heroine Abuse
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Concho Fire Department65 County Road 5066
Concho, AZ 85924
928-337-2681
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Concho VA Shuttle ServiceConcho to Show Low VA602-571-6291VA transportation Service Concho to Show LowMondays 8:00am @ Screaming Chicken, 8:30am @ Stanford Geeral Store. Afternoon Transportation is Available.
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Court Appointed Special Advocates - CASA of Navajo CountyNavajo County Government Complex – 100 E. Code Talkers Drive – Holbrook, AZ 86025928-524-4135aheward@courts.az.govVolunteer opportunity to provide advocacy for abused and neglected children who have been removed from the home.Contact Person - Alysia Heward
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CPS Child Abuse Hotline888-767-2445To report suspected child abuse, neglect, abandonment, or exploitation
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Crisis Text LineText "NAMI" to 741-741www.namiwmaz.org
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Crystal Meth Anonymous MeetingsSeveral locations
(see website for current locations and meeting info)
Hotline
928-537-7800
Winslow
213-488-4455
Lakeside
928-368-9953
Contact: Dave Sherman for Lakeside location
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Dairy Queen160 East Deuce of Clubs
Show Low, AZ 85901
928-537-2446Felon Friendly employer
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DDD, Department of Economic Security: Division of Developmental Disabilities844-770-9500
928-637-0927
Coordination of care for members age 3+ in the DDD/AHCCCS/ALTCS health plan, coordination of community supports to those that do not qualify for long term care services. Early intervention program to coordinate care for children 0-3https://des.az.gov/services/disabilities/developmental-disabilities
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Denny's4471 South White Mountain Blvd.
Show Low, AZ 85901
928-537-9725Felon Friendly employer
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Vocational Rehabilitation (VR) Program
2500 East Cooley, Suite 410
Show Low, AZ 85901-5271
1-800-563-1221
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(928) 532-4300
Vocational Rehabilitation (VR) Program provides a variety of services to persons with disabilities, with the ultimate goal to prepare for, enter into, or retain employment.https://des.az.gov/services/employment/rehabilitation-services/vocational-rehabilitation-vrMarti Landis-Jones
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Vocational Rehabilitation (VR) Program
2500 East Cooley, Suite 410
Show Low, AZ 85901-5271
800-563-1221
or
928-532-4300
Vocational Rehabilitation (VR) Program provides a variety of services to persons with disabilities, with the ultimate goal to prepare for, enter into, or retain employment.https://des.az.gov/services/employment/rehabilitation-services/vocational-rehabilitation-vrMarti Landis-Jones
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DES Domestic Violence Program602-542-4446Provides services to victims and their families. Service methods include mobile and community based advocacy, housing interventions and shelter. These methods provide crisis hotline, personal advocacy, case management legal advocacy and other supportive services such as transportation and referrals to community programs.https://des.az.gov/services/basic-needs/domestic-violence-programLaura Guild
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Diabetes Support GroupSummit Healthcare Conf. Room 21st Wednesday of the Month, 11:30am-1:00pmBecky Moffet @ 537-6548
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Dickeys BBQ3068 West White Mountain Blvd.
Pinetop-Lakeside, AZ 85929
928-358-1092Felon Friendly employer
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Disabled American Veterans440 N. 18th Pl. Show Low, AZ 85901928-205-9063Community ServiceCliff Meister
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Discovery Wellness Center481 S 11th St
Show Low, AZ 85901
928-532-3108contact@nazcare.org
Recovery Support Services, Integrated Wellness, Adult Life Skills, After Care Services, Adult Family Services, Peer Inpatient Stabilization, VA Choice Program, Tribal Support Program, Training, Supported Employment
nazcare.org/index.html
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Dog house too thrift shop3369 White Mountain Blvd. #100 Lakeside, AZ 85929928-368-2248Community ServiceUnloading trailers, sorting donations,trash removal, snow shoveling, etc.Janie Blessinger