Banner Health provides mental health education and support to the communities we serve. We host support groups for those who suffer with substance abuse, loss, mental health crises and other conditions.
If you or a family member needs support to deal with a mental health problem, Banner Health’s behavioral health specialists are ready to help.
Banner Thunderbird Medical Center offers open meetings for families who deal with alcoholism.
The Dottie Kissinger Bereavement Camp for Children is a free community program to help children cope with the loss of a loved one. Learn more
Banner Hospice offers educational programs and support for people experiencing loss. Please check our Events Calendar for more information.
The Pavilion and Crisis Response Center (CRC) at the Banner – University Medical Center South offers care for patients in the middle of mental health or substance abuse crises.
Banner Churchill Community Hospital offers support groups for people grieving the loss of a loved one and for adults who are Survivors of Suicide Loss (SOSL).
Community Partners, Inc. offers outpatient behavioral health services for all ages with a focus on substance abuse and life-adjustment issues.
Banner Academy, Tempe, Arizona, is for emotionally fragile 4th through 12th graders who are diagnosed with:
Learn more about Banner Academy.
Suicide can devastate families. If you or a loved one shows any of these signs, it may be time to get help:
If you are concerned, please call the Banner Appointment Line at (602) 254-4357 or (800) 254-4357.
Tucson campus: (520) 626-6254
South campus: (520) 874-7500
For an immediate emergency, please call 911.