Helping Arizonans Find the Community Services They Need
Enhancing quality of life.
Community Support Network (CSN) connects individuals in Arizona to services and resources that can help them enhance their quality of life. We partner with communities and organizations around the state to improve access to housing, education, public safety, healthy foods, and local emergency services through a variety of programs.
Our free and confidential 24-hour phone line connects individuals and families in Arizona to 35,000+ local community resources including housing, health, food, employment services, and more. Intended for non-crisis situations. If you are experiencing an immediate crisis, please call our Crisis Line.
Eligibility and Care Services
We administer the Seriously Mental Ill (SMI) Eligibility Determination program for the state of Arizona. Behavioral health service providers can complete an evaluation for an individual and submit the SMI Assessment Packet and we’ll make an eligibility determination.
Homeless Management Information System (HMIS)
Centerpoint for Hope
Centerpoint works in partnership with first responders, local communities, government and health service providers to support disaster readiness, response and recovery services to communities.
Can’t find the services you need?
We believe in empowering transformation from hope to health however we can. If we don’t offer a service that matches your needs, let us know and we’ll help you find one that does.