About The Centered Spirit Program

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  • Accessing Services

    Accessing Services

    Any eligible PY Tribal member may call the Behavioral Health Centered Spirit Program Monday through Friday, 8AM to 5PM. Each call is screened and assigned to a member services specialist who will assess the individual or family for services. An Individual Service Plan (ISP) with counseling goals will be worked out with a clinician. Service plans may be updated every six months to assess progress in the counseling sessions.

    TUCSON
    7490 S. Camino De Oeste, Tucson, AZ. 85757
    Member Services Front Desk: (520)879-6060
    FAX: (520)879-6099

    GUADALUPE
    9405 S. Avenida Del Yaqui, Tempe, AZ. 85283
    Member Services Front Desk: (480)768-2000
    FAX: (480) 768-2053

  • Crisis Services

    Crisis Services

    Online call services during business hours (8AM – 5PM): For life threatening situation always call 911. If you feel you are in a crisis and it is not life threatening, call CSP. Let the person who answers the phone know that you are in crisis and need to speak with someone right away.

    The crisis worker will ask for some information about your crisis. This will help the crisis worker get you the right kind of help as soon as possible. In some cases, the crisis worker will ask to meet with you to face-to-face to better assist you.

    Tucson: (520) 879-6060
    Guadalupe: (480) 768-2000
    Fax: (520) 879-6099
    7490 S. Camino De Oeste, Tucson, AZ. 85757

    On call services after hours, weekends, and holidays:

    On week-nights from 5pm to 8am and weekends, CSP utilizes the Empact Crisis Team to handle all crisis calls. Please note that they may get more than one call at a time. As a result, the phone may be busy when you call. In this case please leave your name and a phone number so you can be contacted. The crisis worker will call you back quickly. EMPACT will inform CSP to follow-up the next business day.

    Crisis on Call after Hours:
    Tucson: (520) 591-7206
    Guadalupe: (480) 736-4943

  • CSP Contacts

    CSP Contacts

    TUCSON
    7490 S. Camino De Oeste, Tucson, AZ. 85757

    Member Services Front Desk: (520)879-6060
    FAX: (520)879-6099

    Adult Services:
    Main:
    (520) 879-5691
    Fax: (520) 879-5636
    7426 S. Camino Vahcom, Tucson, AZ. 85757

    Child Services:
    Main:
    (520) 879-6060
    Fax: (520) 879-6099
    7490 S. Camino De Oeste, Tucson, AZ. 85757

    Crisis & Referral:
    Main:
    (520)879-6060
    Fax: (520) 879-6099
    7490 S. Camino De Oeste, Tucson, AZ. 85757

    Men’s PATH:
    Main:
    (520) 879-5855
    Fax: (520) 879-5899
    7402 S. Camino Vahcom, Tucson, AZ. 85757

    New Beginnings:
    Main:
    (520) 879-6003
    Fax: (520) 879-6017
    7490 S. Camino De Oeste, Tucson, AZ. 85757

    St. Mary’s Clinic: Century Medical Plaza
    Main: (520) 879-5450
    Fax: (520) 207-6409
    1701 W. St. Mary’s Ste. 120, Tucson, AZ. 85745

    GUADALUPE
    9405 S. Avenida Del Yaqui, Tempe, AZ. 85283

    Member Services Front Desk: (480)768-2000
    FAX: (480) 768-2053

  • CSP Plans

    CSP Plans

    • Annual Plan
    • Cultural Competency Plan
    • Strategic Plan
  • CSP Policies & Provider Manual

    CSP Policies & Provider Manual

    • Policies
    • Protocols
    • Provider Manual
  • CSP Forms

    CSP Forms

    • Release of Information
    • Consent to Treatment
  • FAQs

    Centered Spirit FAQs

    When would a person benefit from coming to CSP?
    There are many reasons why someone might come to CSP. A person might be experiencing some major life change, need help in finding ways to deal with stress, or figure out how to better deal with distressful feelings. Someone might have family or relationship problems. Someone might need help in finding out how to address their child’s behavior or performance in school. Sometimes a person may be experiencing grief, loss, or need help in coping with a serious illness. Some people may be struggling with alcohol or drug use and may need assistance with an addiction.

    Why do you ask me for all that information when I come in for help?
    When a person calls or walks in and requests an appointment we ask screening and enrollment questions. These questions start the enrollment process in our program and with the State of Arizona which funds a major portion of the services we are providing. The screening information also helps us figure out which program and which clinician to match you up with.

    Why do you ask me to apply for AHCCCS?
    We do a financial screening for everyone who applies for services at CSP. Anyone who is eligible for AHCCCS services is asked to apply for this federal and state-run insurance plan. We need to be able to bill for the services that we provide in order to keep the program running. We would not be able to offer the wide range of services that we do without being able to bill AHCCCS. If we did not bill AHCCCS, many of our groups would not be able to continue.

    Are the services confidential? What does that really mean?
    Yes, the services are confidential. What that means is that a clinician or other CSP staff cannot share information about someone who comes for services without written consent from the client or the client’s parents/guardian. There are exceptions to confidentiality. We must report child abuse, danger to oneself or another person. We must also coordinate services with your primary care provider (PCP) so we ask you to provide that information so that your medical doctor knows about your treatment here and we know about any medical conditions that might affect your behavioral health care. We also consult with each other within the program. For example, a supervisor will review your treatment with a clinician to make sure that you are receiving the right kind of care. I brought my child in for counseling.

    Why does the clinician want to see me?
    Everything that happens in a family affects all the other family members. It is like a child’s mobile. You pull on one part of the mobile and all of the other parts begin to move too. You are being asked to be a part of your child’s counseling to help you understand your child’s issues more, to help in planning your child’s counseling goals, and to support you in this stressful time. In order for counseling to work, everyone important in your child’s life needs to be included. That could mean parents, grandparents, godparents, teachers, probation officers, and so on. Because of this we may also ask you for permission to talk to others involved in your child’s life.

    How do I know if I am getting better?
    Sometimes you don’t see change for a long time, sometimes just having someone to talk to helps a person right away. Overall, a person is getting better when they become more connected to their family and community, are able to function in a more balanced way in their life, and feel less distressed. We ask our clients to fill out satisfaction surveys twice a year to also help us assess our services and to see if there is some way we could improve what we are doing.

  • Handbooks

    Handbooks

    • Member Handbook
    • New Beginnings Handbook
  • Programs

    Programs


    Administration:

    • Director: (520) 879-6310
    • Administrative Supervisor: Anita Fuentes (520) 879-6061
    • Associate Administrative Director: Oneida O. Valle (520) 879-6138
    • Counselor of the Day: Rick Watchman (520) 879-6103
    • Deputy Clinical Director: Dr. Sue Tham (520) 879-6138
    • EHR Administrator: Rudy Cordova (520)879-6061
    • Employment Coordinator: Dr. Sandy Lucas (520) 879-6059
    • Medical Records: Laura Luna & Daniela Duran (520) 879-6158
    • Network Services Coordinator: Luis Moreno (520) 879-5964
    • SMI Housing/Transitional Treatment/Crisis & Referral Program: Jill Fabian (520) 879-6107
    • Training Coordinator: Morgan Egan-Murphy (520) 879-5964
    • Utilization Review/Quality Manager: Dr. Nancy Anderson (520) 879-5966


      Adult Services:
      Main (520) 879-5691
      Manager: Dr. Sue Tham (520) 879-6138
      Fax: (520) 879-5636

      Child Services:
      Main (520) 879-6060
      Manager: Courtney Otto (520) 879-5662
      Fax: (520) 879-6099

      Crisis & Referral:
      Main (520)879-6060
      Manager: Jill Fabian (520) 879-6067
      Fax: (520) 879-6099

      Men’s PATH:
      Main (520) 879-5855
      Manager: Juan Mo Salgado (520) 879-5690
      Fax: (520) 879-5899

      New Beginnings:
      Main (520) 879-6003
      Manager: John Newton (520) 879-6112
      Fax: (520) 879-6017

      St. Mary’s Clinic:
      Main: (520) 879-5450
      Manager: Dr. Janet Ranney (520) 879-6081

  • Resources