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Partners in Recovery was formed in 2009 by three longstanding agencies with more than 130 collective years’ of experience in behavioral health and social services.

Our founders shared a vision for a new way of offering services for persons with serious mental illness in Arizona. Today we offer innovative solutions that expand the vision of mental health recovery to whole person health, wellness and social inclusion.

About Us

Our Mission

Transforming lives through passion, innovation and action

We Believe In…

  • Possibility. Recognizing the potential in every person.
  • People. We are stewards of treatment and recovery.
  • Purpose: Creating partnerships of hope, health and well-being.

Our Vision

Building resilient communities through healthcare excellence.

Service Partners & Supporters

  • Marc Community Resources
  • Peer and Family Members
  • Genoa – QoL, LLC
  • Topaz Information Solutions
  • HealthCurrent
  • Mercy Care Plan
  • Practice Innovations Institute – a TCPI Grant Program
  • Scottsdale Investment Management
  • Pat Gilbert, Esq.
  • Arizona Council of Human Services Providers
  • National Council of Community Behavioral Health
  • National Health Service Corps
  • District Medical Group
  • Arizona Behavioral Health Foundation

ACT Team Outcomes *

PCP Visits

Increased Access to Primary Care Visits

45%
25%

Hospital Admissions

Reduced Psychiatric Hospitalizations

Jobs

Increased Competitive Employment

42%
25%

Crisis

Reduced Emergency Department Visits

Company Highlights

The Partners In Recovery Vision Committee includes peer and family members in advisory and decision making roles for the company.

  • Expanded access to one-stop, on-site services for substance abuse using Dartmouth Psychiatric Center’s evidence-based program
  • Graduated 1,200 participants and family members from WRAP since 2015.
  • Behavioral Healthcare Magazine Design Showcase – East Valley Campus
  • Leading provider of Peer/Family Support and Employment services in Maricopa County for four consecutive years (Mercer Network Capacity Assessment).
  • Pioneered Medication Assisted Treatments (MAT) in community psychiatry to support Arizona’s battle against opiate abuse. Most PIR medical practitioners offer specialized MAT treatments for opiate disorders.

Awards

City of Phoenix

Phoenix Mayor’s Commission on Disability

Mercy Maricopa RISE Award

Mercy Maricopa Mental Health Legacy Award