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At DBMHS, our behavioral health staff support individuals and families make positive lifestyle changes to improve their health and well-being. We create plans to manage health challenges and diagnoses. We administer nine outpatient treatment centers across Arizona in Chinle, Dilkon, Fort Defiance, Kaibeto, Kayenta, Newlands, Red Mesa and Tuba City. In addition, there are also two outpatient centers in Crownpoint and Gallup, New Mexico, and one residential treatment center in Shiprock, New Mexico.
We build coalitions and networks across the Navajo Nation, establish local crisis response/postvention teams, teach groups and individuals to identify the signs/symptoms of suicide, and run programs that reduce risks of suicide and substance use.
The Navajo Treatment Center for Children and Their Families (NTCCF) is a component under the Navajo Nation Division of Social Services. We provide outpatient mental health services to all Native American children within the Navajo Nation.
Our Family Services Field Offices provide specialized human services to children, adults, and elderly whom are experiencing abuse, neglect or crisis and to help maintain healthy and stable families on the Navajo Nation. In addition, WE provide quality services to individuals and households experiencing temporary financial hardship in meeting their short term basic needs, immediate emergency and home energy needs.
ADABI is a private, non-profit, community based domestic violence and sexual assault crisis intervention and prevention program. ADABI provides advocacy, prevention, and safe home network. ADABI serves victims and survivors of intimate partner violence in the Chinle Agency and surrounding areas of the Navajo Nation.