Human Services Resource Directory
For Central Pinal County
Pinal Hispanic Council
Area Served: Arizona City,Casa Grande,Coolidge,11 Mile Corner,Eloy,Picacho,Randolph,Toltec

Physical Address: 712 North Main Street, Eloy, Arizona  85231
Major Crossroads: Highway 84 and Main Street
Mailing Address: 712 North Main Street, Eloy, Arizona  85231

Telephone 1: (520) 466-7765
Telephone 2:
Fax Number: (520) 466-4475
TTY:
Hours 1: 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Hours 2:
Hours 3:
Email:
Website: www.pinalhispaniccouncil.org

ADA Accessibility: Yes
Language: English,Spanish
Fees: Call for more information
Eligibility:

Branch Offices:
Physical Address:
519 North Main Street
Eloy, Arizona  85231
Hours:
8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Telephone:
(520) 466-0921
Fax:
(520) 466-0923
Physical Address:
330 N. Picacho St
Casa Grande, Arizona  85222
Hours:
8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Telephone:
(520) 876-5833
Fax:
(520) 836-9702
Physical Address:
556 S. Arizona Blvd.
Coolidge, Arizona  85228
Hours:
8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Telephone:
(520) 723-7405
Fax:
(520) 723-7410

Programs/Services: Pinal Hispanic Council offers a full and integrated continuum of behavioral health care. This allows for placing individuals in the most appropriate level of treatment for their needs, and allowing them to step down to other services depending on their specific needs. PHC recruits licensed, qualified, and competent behavioral health staff to accurately assess, diagnose, and treat mental health and substance abuse problems. Treatment is available for:
*Depression
*Anxiety
*Grief
*Eating Disorders
*Obsessive Compulsive Disorders
*Alcohol Abuse/Dependency
*Drug Abuse/Dependency
*Anger Management
*Family Conflicts
*Couples
*Domestic Violence
*Children Behavior Problems
*Gay/Lesbian Issues
*HIV/AIDS Issues

CALL FOR AN APPOINTMENT:
Centro De Ayuda in Eloy (520) 466-7765
Centro De Unidad in Coolidge (520) 723-7405

Grants & Special Projects:

SUBSTANCE ABUSE MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES ADMINISTRATION DRUG FREE COMMUNITIES SUPPORT PROGRAM:
Community mobilization initiative in conjunction with Eloy Governor*s Alliance Against Drugs. Focus is on conducting Alcohol and Tobacco Compliance Checks, city-wide substance abuse awareness campaign, and cultural enrichment activities and multiple environmental strategies.

CENPATICO BEHAVIORAL HEALTH PREVENTION GRANT
The initiative utilizes the Eloy Governor`s Alliance Against Drugs, Casa Grande 2000 Alliance, and Coolidge Youth Coalition and their collaborative partners to implement public awareness activities to increase awareness regarding dangers of underage drinking, binge drinking, and methamphetamine use. This prevention initiative will focus on environmental, public awareness, public education/training, and community mobilization strategies.

PROYECTO BIENESTAR (PROJECT WELL-BEING):
The project sponsors the Recovery Center located in Casa Grande that is operated and managed by volunteers in various stages of recovery. Services at the center include: resource and referrals, basic computer skills acquisition, tutoring for GED/literacy, leadership development, mentoring, job coaching, employment skill building, resume re-construction, restoration of rights application assistance (clemency/pardons), motivational support groups, social re-integration and fellowship.


ALCOHOL DIVERSION PROGRAM:
The Minor Alcohol Diversion Program is designed to provide minors with facts and information on alcohol consumption in lieu of prosecution. The three hour class uses an alcohol based curriculum comprised of eight major components, pre/post testing, alcohol inventory screening, stress inventory screening, self-assessment, outreach, and referral services.

MISDEMEANOR DOMESTIC VIOLENCE TREATMENT PROGRAM:
The program utilizes a twenty-six week curriculum based on the Deleuth Model. The program uses an interactive group and education approach. the goal of the program is to eliminate further domestic violence incidents, emphasize personal responsibility, and increase positive relationships.

SOUTHERN ARIZONA BATTERED IMMIGRANT WOMEN PROJECT:
The Battered Immigrant Women Project developed out of the concern of passionate Arizonans for the safety and future of battered immigrant women. The Project is gathering information regarding battered immigrant women*s rights and resources, and strategizing effective methods to share this information with Arizona through public awareness and education.