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ADULT SERVICES

If you are an adult with a behavioral health diagnosis, our PCN-Health collaborative care team uses a whole health service delivery approach centering on respect

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CHILDREN'S SERVICES

As a part of the Children Provider Network, PCN-Health along with Chicanos Por La Causa, Native American Connections , Empact, and Ebony House,

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NETWORK SERVICES

PCN-Health was born out of the need to better serve and represent people of color in our communities. The network was formed in 2000 by caring social  

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Why Trust PCN Health’s Adult Services

Why Trust PCN Health’s Adult Services

Whenever you need help for mental health, trust only PCN Health. Our staff and service providers promise to serve and support adults in culturally responsive and respectful ways.Continue Reading

PCN Health Wins the $2,000 Grant from Washington Federal’s Community Support Campaign

PCN Health Wins the $2,000 Grant from Washington Federal’s Community Support Campaign

PCN Health Wins the $2,000 Grant from Washington Federal’s Community Support CampaignContinue Reading

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At PCN’s three neighborhood sites we serve adults challenged with serious mental illness living in Maricopa County. Our staff and community service providers are dedicated to serving and supporting adults in the context of their family, community, and those significantly involved in a manner that is respectful and culturally responsive. 

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Effective April 1, 2014, People of Color Network, Inc. will serve as a contracted network with Mercy Maricopa Integrated Care, the Regional Behavioral Health Authority for Maricopa County. Funds for services will be provided through a contract with the Arizona Department of Health Services/Division of Behavioral Health Services (ADHS/DBHS) and the Arizona Health Care Cost Containment System (AHCCCS).

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