Crisis Lines

If you have an urgent need after 5 p.m. Monday- Friday or on a weekend or holiday, please call the NurseWise Crisis Line at (520) 622-6000 or 1 (866) 495-6735.

Serving Our Community

La Frontera Center

The largest behavioral health provider in Southern Arizona.


EMPACT‒Suicide Prevention Center provides outpatient behavioral health services, including counseling, substance abuse, crisis intervention, and prevention to children, adults, and families…


Southeastern Arizona Behavioral Health Services, Inc. operates multiple behavioral health care facilities in Southeastern Arizona.

La Paloma

La Paloma Family Services provides foster care, therapeutic foster care, and group homes for children and youth in Pima County.


SAPIC is an APA Accredited Internship Program The primary focus of the training process at SAPIC is the development of professional identity from “intern” to “psychologist.”

La Frontera NM

La Frontera New Mexico’s programs include Treatment Foster Care, Multisystemic Therapy and Assertive Community Treatment.

Tucson Mariachi

The Tucson International Mariachi Conference provides mariachi and baile folklórico workshops, concerts, and a daylong Fiesta de Garibaldi.

Rally Point Arizona

Rally Point Arizona provides a crisis hotline, peer support, and navigator services for veterans and military service members and their families.

La Frontera Partners

Stonecorner Real Estate and Development is committed to meeting the needs of residents, clients, developers and investors by providing a full service suite of creative, results-oriented solutions to the affordable housing industry.


This practice serves all patients regardless of ability to pay. No one will be denied access to services due to inability to pay. We have a discounted/sliding fee schedule available based on family size and income. Please enquire at the reception desk to apply.


Los centros de salud ofrecen servicios sin considerar la capacidad para pagar. Los cargos generados por servicios de salud son calculados de acuerdo al nivel de ingreso del paciente. Pacientes pueden aplicar con la recepcionista. Gracias.

Employment Opportunities

La Frontera Center | La Frontera – SEABHS  | La Paloma Kids

Southeastern Arizona

As the largest behavioral health provider in Southern Arizona, La Frontera Center offers extensive career opportunities in a vast array of settings.

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LFC Human Resource inquiries may be sent to

EMPACT-Suicide Prevention Center

Phoenix Arizona and surrounding area


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La Frontera Arizona and Tucson

Founded in 1968, La Frontera Center was one of the original 947 community mental health centers established during the initial stages of the community mental health movement. Since its inception, the Center has been committed to the provision of services to the economically disadvantaged and culturally diverse.
The Center originally operated with a staff of five people working out of a store front, serving an area of Tucson with the highest rate of unemployment, lowest level of educational attainment, highest arrest rate, highest proportion of welfare recipients, and the largest percentage of families living in crowded conditions.
Today, La Frontera Center is the largest nonprofit community behavioral health care organization in southern Arizona, and is in the top 10% nationally, with approximately 500 employees working out of many different locations throughout metropolitan Tucson and the surrounding county.
With treatment programs for children, adolescents, and adults, for substance abuse, co-occurring disorders, and serious mental illness, La Frontera provides an accessible, coordinated, and comprehensive network of mental health and substance abuse services for the residents of Pima County. La Frontera also has a long track record of conducting comprehensive program evaluation and obtaining federal demonstration and research grants (CSAP, CSAT, NIDA). Several of La Frontera’s programs have won national awards, and La Frontera has one of the leading dual diagnosis programs in the nation.
Living in Tucson
Tucson is the true southwest. It is a city alive with character, history, and rich cultural diversity. A stunning desert setting, with ruggedly handsome mountains, gentle rolling hills, and clear blue skies creates unmatched natural beauty, geography, and climate.
Tucson is one of the oldest continually inhabited areas in the United States. As a city, it was officially founded in 1775. Today it is a fast-growing city of approximately 1 million people. Home to the University of Arizona, and residents who actively support the arts and the city’s heritage, Tucson is a thriving cultural center.
The sun shines about 350 days a year, and mild winter temperatures allow for outdoor activities, including tennis, golf, swimming, biking, and hiking all year round. Two rainy seasons replenish the desert landscape. Tucson’s ideal location puts residents within only hours of such diverse settings as Mexico’s beaches, cool mountain forests, and winter skiing.  In addition, the cost of living is relatively low.  All of this, along with its “laid back” lifestyle, makes Tucson a desirable place to live.


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