Community Resources

Grant Funded Services

Health Choice Arizona and Grant Funded Services

For members who are uninsured or underinsured, we can help you get behavioral health and substance abuse treatment. Health Choice Arizona receives funding through grants to provide these services to you. Some grants that we have received are:

          

 The  Substance Abuse Block Grant (SABG) is used for treatment of substance use disorders. 

Who is eligible for SABG services?

  • Pregnant women/teenagers who use drugs by injection
  • Pregnant women/teenagers who use substances
  • Other persons who use drugs by injection
  • Women/teenagers with dependent children and their families
  • Other persons who use drugs

Individuals must have used a substance within the last 12 months, unless they are on medication assisted treatment (MAT), or they have been in jail for more 12 months.

What treatment services are available?

  • Case Management
  • Residential Treatment
  • Crisis
  • Individual & Family Counseling
  • Peer Support Services
  • Other services

Services are provided as funding is available.

How do you get SABG services?

To find a treatment provider call us at 1-800-322-8670.

The Mental Health Block Grant (MHBG) provides funding for uninsured or under insured individuals with mental health needs.

Who is eligible for MHBG services?

  • Children with Serious Emotional Disturbances (SED)
  • Adults with a Serious Mental Illness (SMI)
  • Children and young adults with first episode psychosis

What services are available?

The following services may be available:

  • Residential Treatment
  • Psychotherapy
  • Medication
  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapies
  • Individual & Group Counseling
  • Cognitive Remediation Therapies
  • Crisis Services
  • Other Services

Services are provided as funding is available.

How can you get MHBG services?

To find a treatment provider call us at 1-800-322-8670.

The State Opioid Response (SOR) grant is used to build programs designed to help communities andAHCCCS members and non-members with treatment and prevention for Opioid Use Disorder (OUD) and Stimulant Use Disorders. Current programs funded under Health Choice Arizona’s SOR programs include*:

Apache County:

  • Rapid re-entry housing
  • Jail release coordination

Coconino County:

  • Rapid re-entry housing
  • Sober-living housing
  • Jail release coordination
  • Substance abuse coalition
  • MAT expansion

Gila County:

  • Rapid re-entry housing
  • Jail release coordination

Mohave County:

  • Rapid re-entry housing
  • Jail release coordination
  • MAT expansion
  • Substance abuse coalition
  • Harm reduction outreach workers
  • Hospital-based social workers

Navajo County:

  • Rapid re-entry housing
  • Jail release coordination
  • Substance abuse coalition

Yavapai County:

  • Rapid re-entry housing
  • Sober-living housing
  • Jail release coordination
  • MAT expansion
  • Substance abuse coalition
  • Harm reduction outreach workers
  • School-based prevention

*Programs are in various stages of development, implementation, and activity

To learn more about grant funded services, visit AHCCCS Grants.

To learn more about Health Choice Arizona’s grant funded services, please contact us at 1-800-322-8670.

 


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