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    Addiction Resources Inc
  • 4337 West Indian School Road
  • Phoenix,AZ, 85031


  • Alpha Medical Service
  • 3825 North 24th Street
  • Phoenix,AZ, 85016


  • Assisted Recovery Centers of America
  • 1000 East Indian School Road
  • Phoenix,AZ, 85014


  • Black Family and Child Services of AZ
  • 1522 East Southern Avenue
  • Phoenix,AZ, 85040


  • Calvary Center
  • 720 East Montebello Avenue
  • Phoenix,AZ, 85014


  • Casa de Amigas
  • 1648 West Colter Street
  • Phoenix,AZ, 85015


  • Center for Behavioral Health
  • 1501 East Washington Street
  • Phoenix,AZ, 85034


  • Central Counseling and
  • 49 East Thomas Road
  • Phoenix,AZ, 85012


  • Chicanos Por La Causa Inc
  • 4602 West Indian School Road
  • Phoenix,AZ, 85031


  • Community Bridges Inc
  • 2770 East Van Buren Street
  • Phoenix,AZ, 85008


  • Community Medical Services Inc
  • 2255 West Northern Avenue
  • Phoenix,AZ, 85021


  • CPLC/Corazon
  • 3639 West Lincoln Avenue
  • Phoenix,AZ, 85009


  • Family Service Agency
  • 2400 North Central Ave
  • Phoenix,AZ, 85004


  • Intensive Treatment Systems Inc
  • 651 West Coolidge Street
  • Phoenix,AZ, 85013


  • Intensive Treatment Systems LLC
  • 19401 North Cave Creek Road
  • Phoenix,AZ, 85013


  • Mountain Valley and Associates Inc
  • 2400 West Dunlap Avenue
  • Phoenix,AZ, 85021


  • National Council on Alc/Drug Depend
  • 4201 North 16th Street
  • Phoenix,AZ, 85016


  • Native American Connections Inc
  • 636 North 3rd Avenue
  • Phoenix,AZ, 85003


  • Native American Connections Inc
  • 4520 North Central Avenue
  • Phoenix,AZ, 85012


  • New Arizona Family Inc
  • 2720 East Thomas Road
  • Phoenix,AZ, 85016


  • New Arizona Family Inc II
  • 3222 North 37th Street
  • Phoenix,AZ, 85018


  • Northwest Organization for
  • 7725 North 43rd Avenue
  • Phoenix,AZ, 85051


  • Phoenix VA Healthcare System
  • 650 East Indian School Road
  • Phoenix,AZ, 85012


  • Professional Psychology Associates PC
  • 4222 East Camelback Road
  • Phoenix,AZ, 85018


  • Saint Lukes Behavorial Health Center
  • 1800 East Van Buren Street
  • Phoenix,AZ, 85006


  • Southwest Behavioral Health Servs Inc
  • 1424 South 7th Avenue
  • Phoenix,AZ, 85007


  • Terros Inc
  • 3118 East McDowell Road
  • Phoenix,AZ, 85008


  • Terros Inc
  • 3864 North 27th Avenue
  • Phoenix,AZ, 85017


  • Treatment Assessment Screening Ctr Inc
  • 1616 East Indian School Road
  • Phoenix,AZ, 85016


  • Valle Del Sol Inc
  • 1209 South 1st Avenue
  • Phoenix,AZ, 85003


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