Mary’s Mission’s Outpatient Clinic offers services targeted to individuals and their families providing them with the necessary emotional and interpersonal support on an outpatient basis. Services are based upon each client’s individual needs and goals.
Services provided are designed using evidence-based practices which are known for empowering individuals while enhancing stability.
Services are coordinated on flexible terms and are based upon each client’s strengths and cultural beliefs. Treatment plans are designed and updated to ensure each client’s individual needs are metsupporting his/her success.
Individual, Group & Family Counseling
Individual, Group and Family counseling services are provided Monday through Friday from 9am-5pm. Appointments are available before and after office hours as well. Specialized counseling services include the following;
- Behavioral Modification & Management
- Substance Abuse & Relapse Prevention
- Addictions & Impulse Control
- Mood & Anxiety Disorders
- Trauma & Grief
- Domestic Violence
- Family Re-Integration
- Couples Counseling & Conflict Resolution
Therapeutic Methods Include but are not limited to:
- Matrix Model
- 12 Step Facilitation
- Brief Intervention
- Play Therapy
- Group Therapy
- Cognitive Therapy
- Cognitive Behavior Therapy
- Cognitive Trauma Therapy
- Motivational Interviewing
- Family Assistance Therapy
- Contingency Therapy
Wellness and Recovery Education - The Wellness and Recovery Education Program supports prevention by providing clients with various educational seminars and activities which address comprehensive wellness and designed to keep individuals, families and communities free from problems related to substance abuse, alcohol use, mental health disorders, physical illness, parent/child conflict, abuse or neglect, and violence in the home or community.
The Wellness and Recovery Education Program raises awareness and intervenes with at-risk individuals to reduce or eliminate identified concerns. Seminars are open to individuals, their families and public in general.
Peer Support - The Peer support program uses the parallel processing approach where participants can discuss experiences, tools, and resources used to overcome challenges faced with. Mary’s Mission Peer Support Program currently offers the following Peer Support Groups, Veterans Peer Support, Domestic Violence Peer Support, Sexual Abuse Peer Support, Substance Abuse Peer Support and more. For teens the organization offers Living above the Influence Peer Support and Educational Peer Support. More Peer Support Programs will be made available as the organization continues to grow.
*Specialized services available to first responder, veterans, military members and their families.
Employment Planning and Skill Development - The purpose of this program is to assist with economic development by providing individuals with access to the necessary tools and resources to assist them with achieving professional goals and becoming self-sufficient while offering continuous emotional and interpersonal support. We expect that results achieved will ultimately assist with reducing Maricopa’s County unemployment rate as well as the amount of individuals receiving assistance from the Arizona Department of Human Services and Economic Security.