Child Programs

Child Programs

Behavioral Health Programs for Children & Adolescents

Psychosocial Rehabilitation

Psychosocial rehabilitation helps people develop the social, emotional, and intellectual skills they need in order to live happily with the smallest amount of professional assistance they can manage. Psychosocial rehabilitation uses two strategies for intervention: learning coping skills so that they are more successful in handling a stressful environment and developing resources that reduce future stressors.

Treatments and resources vary from case to case but can include psychological support, family counseling, vocational and job coaching for adolescents, educational aid, and social support.

  • Socialization Skills
  • Depression Support
  • Motivational Skills
  • Drug & Alcohol Awareness
  • Resilience

Case Management

Living well with complicated health issues can require working with a number of medical providers and support resources. Our Case managers can help clients coordinate these services.

Our team members will assess your needs and explain what resources are available for you in your area.

We provide support to our clients;

  • Transportation to and from Appointments
  • Transportation to and from our Richey School Programs
  • Food Boxes
  • Daily Living Support

Richey After School Program

The Richey After School Program currently provides alternatives and after-school programming to tribal youth across town. Our programs are offered for the entire school year and are safe, and fun for all youth.

Our Richey program is to provide young people in our community, especially those who need us most, with a clear path to reach their full potential and pursue their dreams.

  • Homework Assignments Assistance
  • After School Activities
  • Arts & Crafts
  • Social Skills Development

Richey Summer Program

The Richey Summer (PSR) Program is a support group intervention designed to increase resiliency and reduce risk factors among children and youth between the ages of 5-17yrs old, who are identified by school counselors, faculty, parents, and other helping adults as being at elevated risk for early substance use and future delinquency and/or violence.

The program teaches essential life skills and offers emotional support to help children and youth cope with difficult family situations; 

  • Resist Peer Pressure
  • Set and Achieve Goals
  • Refuse Alcohol, Tobacco, and Other Drugs
  • Reduce Antisocial Attitudes
  • and Reduce Rebellious Behavior

Our Richey programs address topics such as self-concept, anger, and other feelings, dreams, and goal setting, healthy choices, friends, peer pressure, life challenges, family chemical dependency, and making a public commitment to staying drug-free and true to life goals.

Further Information

Please give us a call at (520) 326-8953 to speak to one of our trained intake coordinators for assistance.


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Peoples Health Care Connection
3055 N 1st Ave
Tucson, AZ 85719
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