Recovery and Resiliency Resources
Mental health is crucial for emotional, psychological, and social well-being at every stage of life. Poor mental health and mental illness can lead to various physical health problems like diabetes, heart disease, and stroke, as well as increase the risk of suicide, alcoholism, and substance use. Mental health issues can affect all people regardless of age, race, ethnicity, culture, gender, or geographic region. It can also cause economic losses, criminal consequences, social isolation, long-term health effects, and even death. Coconino County Health and Human Services Recovery and Resiliency Division offers mental health training and resources to help individuals in the community address mental health issues. Check out the resources provided below.
- Opioid Referral Text Line: (928) 275-2610
- Opioid and Substance Use Prevention and Support Services
- What is substance use disorder
- Where to find help:
- Crisis Text Line: Text HOME to 741741
- Trevor Lifeline (Suicide Prevention for LGBTQ Youth): 1-866-488-7386
- Veterans' Suicide Prevention Lifeline: Dial 988 then Press1, Text 838255, chat online Veterans Crisis Line
- Suicide Prevention
- The Surgeon General's Call to Action To Implement the National Strategy for Suicide Prevention
- Navajo Nation Division of Behavioral and Mental Health
- Red Cross Virtual Family Assistance Center: Virtual programs, information, support services or call 833-492-0094
- Resources for Veterans
- Depression: what you should know
- Arizona Department of Health Services Youth Stigma Reduction
- The Jed Foundation Mental Health Resource Center
- CalHealth Back-to-School Mental Health Resources
Mental Health First Aid Training
Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) is an 8-hour course that teaches individuals how to identify, understand and respond to signs of mental illnesses and substance use disorders. The training provides the skills needed to provide initial help and support to someone until appropriate professional help or other assistance can be engaged.
Why Schedule a Training?
Most people know how to help if someone is having a heart attack- start CPR and call 9-1-1. But, not everyone knows how to help if someone is experiencing a mental health crisis. When more people are equipped with the tools they need to start a dialogue, more people can get the help they need. Mental Health First Aiders can even save lives.
- Depression and mood disorders
- Anxiety disorders
- Substance Use disorders
Mental Health First Aid teaches about recovery and resiliency – the belief that individuals experiencing these challenges can and do get better, and use their strengths to stay well. Sign up here.
- Safe Zone Project - LGBTQ Awareness and Ally Training Workshops
- LivingWorks safeTALK training - recognize signs of suicide, engage someone, and ensure a connection to safety.
- LivingWorks ASIST training - provide a skilled intervention and develop a collaborative safety plan to keep someone safe and alive.