Services at EMPACT-SPC
What We Do About Us
EMPACT-SPC is committed to working collaboratively with public and private partners to solve community problems. We have resources and expertise to address issues of behavioral health, housing, family and children’s services, crisis intervention, employment, community and cultural education. We work hard to build personal responsibility, stabilize families and assist individuals in achieving recovery goals–helping make our communities safer, stronger and healthier.
What We Offer Our Programs
Our Adult Program provides behavioral health services to community members 18 years old and up. Master’s level clinicians provide counseling services, case management and medication services for mental health, substance abuse, and serious mental illness. Our outpatient program includes individual, couples, family and group counseling.
Substance abuse recovery services include Intensive Outpatient and Standard Outpatient substance abuse groups and recovery support groups. We offer supportive services designed to manage depression, anxiety, grief, loss and stress.
The Adult Trauma Program offers individual and group therapy aimed at restoring full functioning in life and reducing the daily impact of past experiences. Trauma-educated clinicians and staff work with you to achieve your goals around healing. We also offer a comprehensive Dialectical Behavior Therapy program and Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing.
Adult out-patient services are provided at our Tempe, Glendale, Phoenix, Maricopa, Apache Junction, and San Tan Valley locations.
24-hour Crisis Hotlines are available to callers who are feeling suicidal, find themselves in crisis, have been a victim of sexual assault or domestic violence, and/or need a referral for services. Face-to-face services are provided by a Mobile Crisis Intervention Team if immediate assistance is deemed necessary. Hotline services are available to all ages and populations.
24-Hour Mobile Crisis Team assessment, intervention, support and referral services are available at home or in the community. Services are available to all populations and ages within Maricopa County.
Post-crisis services are provided by Crisis Transition Navigators who provide support and assist with mapping out, enrolling in and accessing additional community resources and follow-up services.
Rally Point Arizona - Military
The Rally Point Arizona Military Navigator Program provides military service members, veterans, and their family members with crisis prevention, intervention, and peer-based support and resource navigation services. Rally Point Navigators assist individuals and families with mapping out and accessing needed services. The Navigator helps with the coordination of services and follow-up support with the goal of promoting self-sufficiency, resiliency and lessening the probability of future crisis.
Child and Family Program
Child and Family Program offers services to promote positive behaviors, family relationships and overall family health and wellness. Services are provided in home, office and community and include Counseling and Psychiatry; Group therapy; Behavior Management; Peer Support; Case Management and Health Education and Screening for pregnant and postpartum women and infant children.
Suicide Prevention and Postvention
Our Prevention Program works with schools, senior centers and community agencies and business organizations to empower individuals to become healthy, self-sufficient people. EMPACT–SPC offers nationally recognized suicide prevention programs, such as Signs of Suicide and safeTALK, and is a leader in postvention, providing services to those who have lost a loved one to suicide. These services include Survivors of Suicide support groups and individual therapy to help individuals cope with grief. The Local Outreach to Suicide Survivors program provides immediate support to family and friends after a suicide.
Trauma Healing Services
The Trauma Healing Program offers confidential 24-hour service for individuals affected by sexual assault, domestic violence or hate crimes. Services include a confidential 24-hour hotline; mobile crisis support; individual, couples, family, and group therapy and case management and advocacy.
Speakers are available to educate groups and organizations on challenges facing those who suffer the effects of sexual assault or domestic violence and services that are available. In collaboration with the Gay Lesbian and Straight Education Network, EMPACT offers hotline, crisis intervention and support service to LGBTIQ youth and families and training for schools and organizations and connection to community resources.