CODAC Behavioral Health Services, Inc.

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Recovery Services

CODAC strives to provide a variety of treatment programs as diverse as the individuals we serve. CODAC offers a full continuum of professional care for mental health and substance use disorders. Our care management, outpatient treatment, vocational, residential, and medication support programs all encourage those we serve to manage their disease in healthy and productive ways.

Services include women's residential substance use disorder treatment, opioid treatment, housing programs, and in-home support by peers in recovery. We also maintain a network of providers, which includes Southern Arizona's most reputable health and service organizations, to help care for our members.

Community Programs

CODAC Behavioral Health Services, Inc. understands the direct link between the health of individuals and the stability of the communities in which they live. We support community mobilization efforts, encouraging and supporting residents to become active members of their community and helping them to become positive role models.

CODAC collaborates with numerous agencies to bring national, award winning substance abuse and violence prevention programs to our community. for parents, CODAC offers communication, stress-reduction, and parenting skills to sever the causes of child abuse at the root.

CODAC's community-building programs and partnerships create stable and safe environments for the individuals we serve.

Youth and Family Services

CODAC Behavioral Health Services, Inc. helps youth and their families find the right resources to address the complex issues of mental health and substance use disorders. Outreach, screening and referral services, a continuum of treatment options, and special programs for minority youth help move children into healthy adulthoods.

1650 E. Fort Lowell Road
Tucson, AZ 85719
Mission Statement: 

It is the Mission of CODAC Behavioral Health Services of Pima County, Inc. to work collaboratively with individuals, families and organizations to eliminate the harmful effects of substance use disorders, mental illness and abuse on their lives and their communities.

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