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Peer and Family Support Resources

Peer-run organizations are service providers owned, operated and administrated by persons with lived experiences of mental health and/ or substance use disorders. These organizations are based in the community and provide support services. Arizona Complete Health members have the right to request services provided by and/or participate in programs at a peer-run organization.

Peer Run Organizations offer a wide range of services to adult members. These include:

  • 1-on-1 peer support 
  • Daily support groups
  • Social outings
  • Meals
  • Employment programs
  • Learning opportunities
  • Health and exercise programs
  • Creative arts
  • Resources
  • Advocacy
  • Volunteer opportunities
  • Youth and young-adult programs
  • Meeting new people
  • Personal development, and Empowerment 
  • Extended hours and/or weekends

Family Run Organizations:

  • Are governed by family members of children with mental health challenges
  • Serve families with children with behavioral, emotional and mental health challenges

Family Run Organizations offer services to families with children getting behavioral health services. These include:

  • Family support
  • Respite services
  • Wellness and living skills
  • Youth support
  • Vocational skills

Arizona Complete Health-Complete Care Plan values the important role Peer Run Organizations and Family Run Organizations play in members’ lives.

We are proud to have the following Peer & Family Run Organizations in the Arizona Complete Health-Complete Care Plan Network:

Peer Run Organizations (PROs)

Family Run Organizations (FROs)

Trainings Offered

  • Peer Recovery Support Specialists Credentialing
  • Family Support Credentialing

If you have any questions, or need help in deciding which provider is right for you, please call our customer service department at 1-888-788-4408 or TDD/TTY at 711