Intermountain Centers is licensed by the State of Arizona to provide services for the state’s at-risk populations in group homes, foster homes, outpatient services and independent living settings. Serving over 5,000 members each year, the approximately 500 staff members (most of whom are program staff) are dedicated to providing the highest quality, community-based, individualized services in the most cost-effective manner.
Pinal Hispanic Council offers a full and integrated continuum of behavioral health services. This allows for placing individuals in the most appropriate level of treatment for their needs, and allowing step down to other services depending on specific situations. PHC recruits qualified and competent behavioral health staff to accurately assess, diagnose and treat most mental health and substance abuse problems.