CPLC Centro De La Familia
The program provides outpatient behavioral health services to a myriad of families, adults, children, and adolescents. Clients receive the following services: psychiatric evaluations, medication management, counseling services, marriage and family counseling, group counseling and case management for children and adults.
4602 W. Indian School Rd #C3
Phoenix, AZ 85031
4443 E. Broadway
Claypool, AZ 85532
CPLC Centro De La Familia also provides HIV education and prevention services through the CPLC L.U.C.E.S. program:
L.U.C.E.S. (Latinos Unidos Contra El Sida/ Latinos United Against AIDS)
Domestic Violence Prevention
CPLC De Colores
CPLC De Colores is a safe home for women and children who have been forced to flee their homes due to domestic violence. Staff is trained to offer a variety of services in Spanish 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Currently, CPLC De Colores is the only domestic violence shelter in the Phoenix area to exclusively offer bilingual and bicultural environment in which women and their children can make the transition from to
a lifestyle free of violence.
CPLC De Colores is built upon the commitment to the viability and integrity of the minority and larger communities of Phoenix. Family violence is viewed as the product caused by barriers to equal access in the areas of education, unemployment, under employment, social mobility and personal role definition. From the broader perspectives of sexism and racism, the treatment focus narrows to examine issues of intergenerational family violence and/or family patterns surrounding chemical dependency. Intervention therefore seeks to build upon the strengths of the individual, family and community by bringing together exploration and confirmation of the external and internal limits to personal growth.
The CPLC De Colores programming is comprised of five components; the Emergency Information and Referral Bilingual (Spanish/English) Hotline, available twenty four hour a day, seven day a week; the Crisis Program, providing families immediate safety and security from domestic violence; the Transitional Program, providing families an opportunity to begin their journey towards a violent free self-sufficient life; the Ahijado Program, providing counseling and positive interaction for children who have been victims of domestic violence; and the COMADRES Program, providing after-care service to families after leaving CPLC De Colores.
CPLC De Colores
Phoenix, AZ 85005
(602) 269-1515 – p
Contact: Maribel Castro
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Drug & Alcohol Rehabilitation
CPLC Corazón was born from the need to provide a safe environment in which to face the challenges of treating substance abuse. CPLC Corazón is a client-centered, multicultural, and bilingual residential substance abuse treatment center. It’s target population is adult males 18 years and older. The average length of stay in treatment at CPLC Corazón is 30 to 45 days.
CPLC Corazón’s primary focus is on the treatment of substance-related disorders; however, we are also capable of integrating co-occurring services for individuals with psychiatric disorders. CPLC Corazón is distinguished by its integration of evidence-based models with culturally relevant clinical approaches. The clinical approach utilized is founded on the principles of the Transtheoretical Model of Change and Motivational Interviewing.
CPLC Corazón is dedicated to supporting individuals in their recovery process. Our team’s goal is to work in tandem with each individual, their family members and counselors to coordinate treatment goals and facilitate recovery. The program offers a supportive environment for substance abuse recovery, where individuals can begin to maintain sobriety and enhance their knowledge of addiction.
CPLC Corazón Treatment Center
3639 West Lincoln Street
Phoenix, AZ 85009
Contact: Rolando Moreno