Community Counseling Services

1650 E. Ft. Lowell Road, Suite 202
Tucson, AZ 85719
(520) 327-4505
CODAC is one of Arizona’s oldest and most respected community providers of specialty care for mental illness, addiction and trauma. What began as a grassroots drug abuse prevention program has grown into a multi-faceted organization that provides services across the entire spectrum of behavioral health care. Through 11 service locations and over 450 staff and volunteers, CODAC now serves more than 15,000 individuals and families each year. CODAC is a nonprofit 501(C)(3) organization.
Throughout the year, CODAC has a limited number of internships available, depending on your availability, your internship's requirements and the level and type of degree you are working on obtaining. Interns must be 18 years of age to qualify for an administrative, non-treatment providing internship and 21 years of age to qualify for an internship that includes member contact. Please complete the interest form found here,
82 S. Stone Avenue
Tucson, AZ 85701
(520) 792-3293
COPE Community Services, Inc. (COPE) is a private, nonprofit healthcare organization. COPE creates pathways to better health by offering innovative solutions for behavioral and physical healthcare, wellness, and recovery to individuals and families.  COPE offers comprehensive programs, specialty services, resources, and support to address general mental health and substance abuse issues, serious mental illness, physical healthcare, and wellness concerns.  COPE utilizes an integrated healthcare approach that takes into consideration the body, mind, and spirit connection. 
Main Office
2025 North 3rd Street, Suite 250
Phoenix, AZ 85004
(602) 283-1573
Devereux Advanced Behavioral Health is one of the largest and most advanced behavioral healthcare organizations in the country. We have a unique model that connects the latest scientific and medical advancements to practical, effective interventions in the treatment of behavioral health.
We were founded in 1912 by one of the first pioneers in the field, Helena Devereux. Today, we are a national nonprofit partner for individuals, families, schools and communities, serving many of the most vulnerable members of our society in areas of autism, intellectual and developmental disabilities, specialty mental health, and child welfare. Informed by the latest advancements in science and medicine, we combine evidence-based interventions with compassionate family engagement to help change lives. Our programs are offered in hospital and residential, community, and school-based settings.
To volunteer or get involved, please review the programs they offer and reach out to appropriate office listed here, Programs are offered in Tucson and Phoenix. 
1051 N. Columbus Blvd. Suite 103
Tucson, Arizona 85711
(520) 495-0704
For over 30 years Divorce Recovery Support Groups have been helping persons ending relationships (divorced/ separated/unmarried) and needing support in the process of this transition journey. To get involved, contact the office directy for the application and screening process.
994 S. Harrison Road
Tucson, AZ 85748
(520) 721-1887
Intermountain Centers (Intermountain) provides the highest quality, evidence-based human services to facilitate self-sufficiency for individuals in their own communities and cultural contexts. Intermountain strives to be a model for human service organizations. For information on paid or unpaid positions please see the job listings at,
504 W. 29th St.,
Tucson, AZ 85713
La Frontera provides behavioral health services to children, adults, and families. An array of outpatient and inpatient services are available, including but not limited to counseling, psychiatric services, substance abuse treatment, trauma healing, crisis intervention, supportive services, and services for adults with a serious mental illness. Services vary in type and level of intensity, depending on the person’s needs and strengths. Education and prevention services are also available. If interested, please contact Dr. Mayday Levine-Mata, PsyD at mayday [dot] levine [at] lafrontera [dot] org
4501 E. 5th Street
Tucson, AZ 85711
(520) 546-0122
When people face homelessness, Old Pueblo Community Services offers housing, counseling and support services to help them transform their lives. Find out more about volunteering or doing an internship with Old Pueblo at,
Jim & Vicki Click Training Center
151 W. 40th St., Tucson, AZ 85713
(520) 882-5383
Primavera provides tangible pathways out of poverty for individuals and families who sincerely want to improve their lives. By focusing our efforts on breaking down the root causes of poverty--such as multi-generational cycles, social and economic injustice, and inequality--we are able to partner with community members as they work to overcome the barriers that have kept them from achieving long-term financial stability.
Want to volunteer? The first step to becoming a volunteer with Primavera is contacting our Volunteer Coordinator and setting up a volunteer interview. When you meet with our coordinator you’ll have the opportunity to learn more about our organization, fill out an application, and share your interests and availability. Contact our Volunteer Coordinator at (520) 308-3110 or volunteers [at] primavera [dot] org.
8920 East Woodland Road
Tucson, Arizona 85749
(520) 749-2360
At TROT we provide an experiential counseling approach involving activities with horses known as Equine Facilitated Psychotherapy. By taking the therapeutic experience out of the traditional office environment the client’s attention is focused on interacting with one of nature’s most majestic creatures. Facilitated by a Licensed Mental Health Professional who is also a Therapeutic Riding Instructor, Equine-assisted therapy allows clients to gain insights into their behavior and motivations. Equine Facilitated Psychotherapy is a powerful and effective therapeutic approach. It is especially useful for people who don’t respond to talk therapies. It has been clinically proven effective in addressing a variety of mental health and human development needs including behavioral issues, attention deficit disorder, PTSD, substance abuse, eating disorders, depression, anxiety, and relationship problems.
Participate as a Side Walker or Horse Handler. Read more and download an application at,