Does COPE have evening hours?
Yes, depending on the services needed. COPE provides evening hours for services on an as-needed basis. Intakes are generally done at either 10:00am or 2:00pm at case management sites and 6:30am or 8:30am at the methadone/suboxone site.
Who do I call if I or someone I know is in a crisis?
Contact the Crisis Response Center (CRC), 520.622.6000, open 24 hours, seven days a week.
Where can I get my prescriptions filled?
COPE partners with QoL Meds to have prescriptions filled within COPE clinics. Click here to view all other participating pharmacies.
How do I petition someone for a court ordered evaluation/treatment that is currently enrolled with COPE services?
There are two options available to begin the petition process: 1) Follow up with the members’ adult recovery team; or 2) Contact SAMHC by either calling them at 520.617.0043 or visiting their walk-in clinic. The clinic is open seven days a week from 8am – 8pm where clinicians are available.
Where can I get detox services?
Detox services are available through COPE, when necessary. For clients who are enrolled with COPE, clinical liaisons or recovery team associates are available to speak with clients. For clients who are not enrolled with COPE, intake coordinators are available to discuss how clients can become members and the services that are available. The Crisis Response Network is also available at 520.622.6000 for clients who wish or need to be admitted to COMPASS detox.
I just moved to Phoenix. How do I get my prescriptions refilled?
Speak with your past clinical liaison or recovery team associate who will assist you with coordinating transfer/services with the RBHA in Phoenix.
If I am not Title XIX/XXI, can I get services?
Non-TXIX/XXI individuals may be eligible for services. Intake specialists can do financial and eligibility screenings to determine services that are available.
I have private insurance and AHCCCS. Does AHCCCS pick up whatever my private insurance doesn’t pay?
Not necessarily. It depends on what services are being received. A financial specialist can assist with identifying benefits that are eligible.
Al-Anon (For Friends and Family of Alcoholics)
Co-Anon (Cocaine addicts)
520.513.5028 or 1 800.898.9985
Compass Health Care