• Helping you navigate the Arizona mental health system

    Mental and Behavioral Health Information and Resources
  • Helping you navigate the Arizona mental health system

    Mental and Behavioral Health Information and Resources

Mental and Behavioral Health Information and Resources

As a free service, Marc Community Resources, Inc. provides mental and behavioral health information and resources. Our Referral Coordinator enjoys helping navigate through the often confusing world of the Arizona mental health system, locating the professionals and organizations best able to assist the people that he serves. No matter what your need is, he is committed to solve the problem or point you in the right direction!

Call our Information & Resources Coordinator
Andy Arnowitz
480-994-4407

Mon-Fri | 9 am – 4 pm | Follow up calls available

These and many other services are offered to the public. Anyone! Including those living with a mental illness, their family members, friends and professionals. In addition, we can refer people to free community behavioral and mental health peer support groups (for adults 18+) throughout the Phoenix metropolitan area and Maricopa County (including Mesa, Goodyear, Scottsdale, Sun City West, Peoria, Glendale and Yarnell.) For peer support groups information visit Mental Health Arizona.

ASK US ABOUT:

  • Mental Health Support Groups
  • Prescription Assistance
  • Crisis Lines
  • Petitioning
    (Involuntary Commitment)
  • Mercy Maricopa
    Integrated Care
  • Mental Health
    Power of Attorney
  • Seriously Mentally Ill
  • Psychiatric Hospitals
  • AHCCCS (Medicaid)
  • Social Security (SSD & SSI)
  • Food Boxes
  • Therapists
  • Mental Health Lawyers
  • AND MANY OTHER RESOURCES!

 

Arizona Mental and Behavioral Health Information and Resources Testimonials

 

  • When asked about the Information & Resources service, Joyce stated that services were provided with “empathy, patience and knowledge (which) were invaluable for me and my entire family.”
  • Denise, a NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness) member who teaches their acclaimed F2F (Family to Family) course, wrote, “Thank you, Andy, for all the work you give families in need. I am starting my 10th year of teaching F2F and there is always several family members who sing your praises. Your passion to help others and professionalism is amazing.”
  • NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness) Arizona Executive Director/CEO, Jim Dunn, stated, “Andy has been my GO-TO Guy since 2005.   He has been an incredible resource to NAMI Arizona.  I truly respect Andy for his dedication and determination to serve.”

 

RELATED MENTAL HEALTH INFORMATION & RESOURCES LINKS

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