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AZ Center for Change offers Mental Health Treatment services in Phoenix, AZ

AZ Center for Change is categorized as a Mental Health treatment facility, but may provide additional health care support.

For detailed questions about the health care provider at AZ Center for Change , you may contact their Phoenix offices via phone at 602-253-8488.

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Counseling Services and Education

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Gender Accepted

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Detoxification

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Other Addictions

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Sharlot E.

2019-03-12 15:27:00 via Google

Amazing experience! Very thorough. It's important to understand that any client undergoing therapy has a right to privacy and if things are EVER not working out with ANY therapist, you have the right to request a new therapist in ANY office EVER.

michelle hall

2018-04-06 16:44:52 via Google

It really is misleading to tell others (who may be seeking help from the center)that you've had a problem or negative experience there when you haven’t been there. There’s a likely reason that they aren’t contacting you back, such as: perhaps your son is client there& you are not, and through divorce/court order, they are not able to discuss anything with you. You should go through the court or your ex to be privy to anything regarding your son & his therapy. Which is absolutely the way it’s supposed to be. Imagine your deepest, darkest thoughts or behaviours being given out to someone who randomly called, left a msg regarding you & your info was shared>gasp

Tracy Stewart

2018-08-22 17:57:32 via Google

Overall very pleased and excited about starting DBT Skills group soon. Please read on! I had a little trouble getting the initial phone contact made when my referral was processed. What I learned is that if one feels dissatisfied about progress or service we have the choice to be as nicely proactive as possible, or to ask another trusted person like doctor or CM to reach out for you, as an advocate. We can all use a little help getting help from time to time, nothing wrong with that. That said, my 2+ hour intake was thorough, thoughtful, warmly professional and empathetic. The EMDR is on waitlist but they have other good things to be enrolled in while waiting. The building is very nice with parking underneath, on the busline too. I DID NOT like the restrooms being open to whomever might wander in while I in the stall, VERY unsafe feeling for me personally. Thus, I highly recommend if you are skitterish like me, hyper vigilant, etc. either ask a trusted someone to do lookout or go up to the McD's at 7th Ave and Camelback BEFORE you go to appointment.

David B.

2020-04-13 19:13:04 via Yelp

The AZ center for Change is in my opinion the best resource for sexual abuse victims. Considering the trauma that sexual abuse causes to the victim and the...

Jill H.

2019-07-19 13:44:27 via Yelp

I am in love with AZ Center for Change! I work with a therapist who should get an award for her amazing abilities. She is exceptional, brilliant &...

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