These resources are intended for use by individuals, friends, family, and healthcare providers seeking assistance treating substance use. 

If you have additional resources you would like to see listed on this page, please contact us.

HOPE Inc. has a new positive parenting program designed specifically for individuals with substance use disorder. 

What is Triple P? An evidence-based parenting program that offers a toolbox of ideas for you to use, how you want to use them.

What does Triple P do? Triple P helps to raise happy, confident kids, manage misbehavior, set rules and routines, encourage behavior you like, take care of yourself as a parent, and feel confident you're doing the right thing.

How long is the class? It is an eight-week class. The first 4 weeks are structured as a group setting, sessions 5, 6, and 7 are individual sessions, and week 8 is a group setting.

For more information, contact Christine Granlee at

A directory of programs, listed by state, that provide substance use disorder treatment, therapy, parenting skills training, life skills, and job readiness education with the support of professional staff who ensure the safety of children while their parents and families achieve sobriety and recovery. While programs may vary in their therapeutic approach and specific modality, the goal is consistent: keeping families together so they can recover.

Family-Based Residential Treatment.pdf

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Pima Helpline is a community-driven and community-made resource. We realize that everybody needs support for mental health, substance use, or addiction at some point in their life. We also know that looking for treatment can be confusing and scary.

We believe that it should be easy for Pima County residents to find help for mental health, substance use, and addiction. To achieve this, we created Pima Helpline as a centralized place to find mental health and addiction treatment, services, and support.

A 29 page booklet full of resources available in Tucson & nationally for a variety of wants/needs.  Broken up by resource category; each resource contains a brief description, contact information, and a scannable QR code.

PAPN Booklet