When life is overwhelming... you can't copeā€¦ you're worried about a loved one  ...or you just need to talk.
Immediate and confidential help is available 24/7/365. Call us any time.

Maricopa and Pinal* Counties Behavioral Health Crisis Lines

(602) 222-9444
TTY (602) 274-3360
(800) 631-1314
TTY (800) 327-9254

* PINAL COUNTY AREAS SERVED: ZIP Codes
85220 / 85120 / 85240 / 85140 / 85243 / 85143

Peer Support Warm Line: (602) 347-1100
Weekdays from 12:00pm – 12:00am
Saturday and Sunday from 4 pm until midnight

Pima Counties Behavioral Health Crisis Lines

(520) 622-6000
TTY (520) 284-3500
(800) 796-6762
TTY (800) 248-5998
Peer Support Warm Lines:
Tucson and surrounding area: (520) 770-9909
Southern Arizona: (877) 770-9912
Daily from 8 am until midnight
For medical, police and fire emergency situations, always call 9-1-1.

Sooner or later, everyone will face a crisis. Do you need to call Crisis Response Network or Crisis Response Network of Southern Arizona?

Take a short, anonymous questionnaire to see if you might benefit from calling Crisis Response Network.

We encourage you to call the Crisis Line. 

Immediate assistance is available if you, or a person you are concerned about, are experiencing a crisis situation.

We can identify resources in the community that can help you. 

Specially trained crisis specialists are on duty 24 hours per day / 7 days per week in both Maricopa and Pima Counties.

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Do you think that others would be better off without you in their lives?

2.

Do you feel overwhelmed with life problems and don’t know where to turn?

3.

Are you involved in a relationship that places you in physical or emotional danger?

4.

Are you emotionally drained and don’t have anyone to talk to about your issues?

5.

Does your child have emotional or behavioral problems that interfere with their ability to attend or enjoy recreational activities?

6.

Are you or someone you know, experiencing symptoms of mental illness and don’t know where to turn for help?

7.

Do you wonder if your alcohol or drug use is out of control?

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Do you need information on behavioral health services or resources in your community?

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Do you need an empathetic ear to listen to your concerns?

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Do you know someone whose behavior causes you to be afraid?