WestCare provides a wide spectrum of health and human services in both residential and outpatient environments. Our services include substance abuse prevention, education and treatment, domestic violence intervention services, homeless and runaway shelters, vocational counseling and mental health programs. These services are available to adults, children, adolescents, and families.
Dedicated to working in mutual partnership with the communities and agencies we serve, our philosophy is to empower everyone who comes into contact with us to engage in a process of healing, growth, and change that will benefit them, their families, their coworkers and their communities.
WestCare Arizona is partially funded by the State of Arizona Dept. of Economic Security, Mohave County, U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services, Clark County, State of Nevada Attorney General, State of Nevada Bureau of Alcohol and Drug Abuse, San Bernardino County, United Way, FEMA, Arizona Dept. of Education, and the Arizona Supreme Court. WestCare Arizona does not discriminate because of race, national origin, creed, color, sex, religion, age, disability, handicap condition, or sexual orientation. No person will be denied admission due to intravenous drug use or pregnancy and each will be given preference in admission.