Trained staff to assist those with Autism Spectrum Disorder
Treating High-Risk / At-Risk Juveniles and Adults
Treating Substance Abuse and Chemical Dependency with Adolescents
Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT)
Behavior Modification & Anger Management
De-escalation Techniques & Crisis Intervention
Positive Behavior Support
Transportation to AA/NA meetings, if requested
Licensed Therapist/Counselor for Individual/Group/Family in-home Therapy seven (7) days a week upon request.
Substance Abuse Therapy.
Behavioral Health Residential Facility: Respite services for both Male and Female Youth in Maricopa and Pinal County; settings are located in Avondale, Buckeye, Chandler, and Litchfield Park. The Residential homes are licensed through Arizona Department of Health Services.
Regular Respite schedules are as follows:
(Weekdays) Monday-Thursday from 2:00pm to 9:00pm.
(Weekend) Friday from 2:00pm to Sundays 6:00pm.
Respite hours are extended during school breaks and during the Summer.
Please call for hours of operation as they vary depending on the family's need.
In Home Respite, if requested
Emergency Respite Services are provided for hospital discharges and families requests.
Behavioral Health Residential Facility (Therapeutic Group Home): The purpose is to incorporate collaboration with outside providers, stakeholders, natural supports and families' attempting to transition youth with the necessary skill set to become productive members in their natural community. The TGH primarily focuses on family reunification.
Support groups available at New Hope of Arizona, Inc. Outpatient Clinic.
Transportation provided to services.
*Bilingual Services can be provided at all times.
New Hope of Arizona, Inc. is a Behavioral Health Outpatient clinic offering an outreach, screening, assessment and treatment planning process resulting in a family focused strengths-based approach. Recent trends in services and supports for families with behavioral needs and developmental disabilities have emphasized a change toward individual and family centered assessment, strengths-based planning, quality of life outcomes; interagency and inter-professional cooperation of community based treatment and support to reduce hospitalizations and decrease out of home placements.
Taking Action - What Families
Talk to your neighbors. Get organized. Gangs look for neighborhoods that do
not seem to communicate, do not appear organized and that would be
unlikely to report crimes or band together to prevent criminal activity.
The following requirements must be met prior to joining the New Hope of Arizona, Inc employment team.
1. An approved Arizona Department of Public Safety Level 1 Fingerprint Clearance Card.
2. First Aid and CPR must be current.
3. Valid driver license.
4. Motor vehicle insurance must be current.
5. Minimum of two years experience related to the behavioral health service field.
6. Current resume must include recent job positions related to the behavioral health field.
7. Proof of education.
If interested in receiving more information regarding employment with New Hope of Arizona, Inc please fax resume. Attention: Ricardo Sainz to (602)535-5912.