Pinal Hispanic Council was established as a grassroots organization in 1980 and began service delivery in 1987.
PHC has two outpatient behavioral health clinics, Centro de Ayuda in Eloy and Centro de Unidad in Coolidge. Another Eloy site, Centro de Familias provides specialized community services funded by states and federal initiatives. Centro de Conocimiento is sub-contracted to provide drug assessment, individual, family and group counseling.
PHC strongly believes in the provision of quality services within a cultural framework to all individuals served. PHC values the inclusion of family and community as part of the healing process. Also valued is our willingness and ability to advocate on behalf of members with community entities to ensure all needed services are provided.
PHC's philosophy is to provide services from a Strengths Based Model. The Strengths Based Model utilizes member, family and community strengths in the healing process.
Pinal Hispanic Council
It is the philosophy of Pinal Hispanic Council to provide behavioral health services to all individuals in need and to ensure that these services are available, acceptable, and accessible to the entire community.
Pinal Hispanic Council strives to make services cultural competent and reflective of the needs of our communities. Overall, the agency was formed to serve and advocate for the needs of the communities served.
Pinal Hispanic Council's overall vision is to continue to meet emerging agency and community needs, develop innovative approaches, and ensure internal/external quality controls.