Working Together To Better the Needs In Our Community

Intermountain Centers for Human Development, Inc. is a community-focused network of health and human services organizations addressing whole healthcare by collaborating to provide a seamless continuum of care. Services include primary medical care, behavioral health care, diagnostics and educational and housing support services for children, adults and families throughout Arizona.

The Intermountain Centers for Human Development’s network of affiliate provides experts in their fields and a combination of services unmatched in quality and results. This network includes:

Intermountain Centers provide persons with serious developmental and emotional disabilities and mental illnesses with the services necessary to integrate themselves into their community. Foster care, community and residential services support children, adults and families by offering programs like: Intermountain Academy, outpatient services, family support services, behavioral health therapy, and many others.
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Intermountain Health Center, Inc. offers an array of medical services geared to meet the individual needs of every member. These services address a wide range of symptoms and diagnoses. Telehealth services are available so members can receive the same, quality level of in-person treatment over the phone. Emergency and non-emergency transportation services are available for members with a condition or limitation that prevents their ability to ride a bus or use another means of transportation.
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Behavioral Consultation Services, Inc. offers children, adolescents and adults a wide range of behavioral services so each member can maximize their potential to manage problem behaviors in a healthy way. Through the expert team’s collaboration with a variety of service providers, members receive the most complete care possible.
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Intermountain Academy is a K-12 school that offers youth with autism a positive learning environment that is built around their strengths and interests. The curriculum focuses on positive behavioral support and maximizes students’ abilities in core subject areas—math, science, language arts, social studies and the arts. Partnering with parents allows for a cohesive team built around the student’s success.
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Intermountain Foster Care services support and guide foster parents through each step of the process. Our experiences staff can answer your questions, provide relevant information and assist you with the application and licensing process. Foster care options for child/youth members (birth to 17 years old) are Regular Foster Care, Tribal Foster Care, Therapeutic Foster Care and Child Developmental Homes. Adult members (18 years and older) needing foster care services have access to Adult Behavioral Health Therapeutic Homes or Adult Developmental Homes.
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Intermountain Residential Services offer a variety of temporary residential programs for youth and adults in transition. The goal of these programs is to help youth and adults gain the necessary skills to achieve their own level of independence. Residential programs for child/youth members include group residences, an intensive behavioral health facility, a substance use program and semi-independent apartments. Residential programs for adult members include group residences and semi-independent apartments. Learn More

Community Partners Integrated Healthcare, Inc. offers comprehensive healthcare for primary healthcare, behavioral health and substance use disorders. Community Partners, Inc. is a growing source for integrated healthcare programs and clinics, healthcare consulting and training and housing assistance.
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Desert Palm Clinic Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) provides a caring environment for individuals suffering from opioid addiction to find a path toward a healthier life. Through MAT and coordination of services, our members experience the most quality wraparound care possible. The goal is to reduce harm, empower individual freedom, work through withdrawals, combat relapse and create a new lifestyle.
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Pinal Hispanic Council, Inc. provides outpatient services to children, youth, adults and families. The variety of behavioral health services addresses problems related to mental health, domestic violence, child abuse and interpersonal relationships. Along with these outpatient services, Pinal Hispanic Council, Inc. offers education, information, referral and advocacy services in the form of Permanent Supportive Employment and Permanent Supportive Housing.
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