Contact Us

Immediate Crisis?

If you are in mental health crisis “right now,” please call , and ask for the CIT Officer (Crisis Intervention Trained)
A CIT Officer is a trained “mental health advocate”.

If you’d rather talk to someone first, call 24 hour crisis line:
Or call 24 hour crisis line:

Crisis Response Center
You can walk in to the , 24 hrs a day, 7 days a week.

(South of Ajo Way, west of Country Club)

Just want to talk to someone?

Call the Warm line. (HOPE)


8am-10pm, 7 days a week.
8am-6pm on Holidays.

New to mental health care? Need an Mental health advocate? To setup an appt with an NAMI advocate, call the NAMI office at, .
Other inquiries?
Please note DBSA Tucson is an ALL volunteer nonprofit. We host DBSA support groups. We are not Professionals, we are not Therapists, we are peers just like you, and suffer just like you. We can’t answer professional questions, can’t recommend professionals, and can’t diagnose anyone.
Note: you can also ask at the group, or ask the group facilitator at the meetings.

Contact DBSA Tucson

    If you’d still like to contact DBSA Tucson, Txt or call , or fill out our contact form above. We’ll get back to you within 1 or 2 days. Remember, all we can answer is “meeting questions” we have no counselors, and no services other than support groups.