If you are my client, and you feel you are in a crisis and need support, you may contact me at my listed phone number and leave a voice message. I will return your call within one business day if at all possible, but I cannot promise I will be able to return your call immediately, or even before one business day elapses.  I do take time off, and will be unavailable during those times.

Therefore, in a crisis, please contact any of the following for help:

If your concerns are such that you need to speak to someone immediately, call the Southern Arizona Mental Health Center (SAMHC) crisis line (  520-622-6000 ).  They are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. You may also go to SAMHC, 2302 N. Dodge in Tucson. SAMHC is open 24 hours, 7 days a week, every day of the year.

In the event of a life-threatening crisis, such as suicidality, self-injury, suicide attempt, assault, etc., you can call 911 or go to any local emergency room.

You may also call the Tucson Warm Line (  520-770-9909 ) or the national suicide prevention hotline (  800-273-TALK ).

Alcoholics Anonymous in Tucson
24-hour hotline & meeting information:    (520) 624-4183
Main office:  840 S. Campbell, Tucson,   (520) 882-7422

Compass Detox Center
(520) 624-5272
24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year

Emerge Domestic Violence Shelter
24-hour bilingual crisis line & shelter
(520) 795-4266
(888) 428-0101  Toll-free
(520) 795-3177  TTY

Wingspan Anti-Violence Programs
24 Hour Crisis Line
(520) 624-0348  or (800) 553-9387

Tucson Rape Crisis Center
1600 North Country Club Road, Tucson
(520) 795-2209 ‎

Southern Arizona Center Against Sexual Abuse
24-hr Sexual Assault Crisis Lines
(520) 327-7273  or   (800) 400-1001