PPP operates the Sin Puertas Adolescent Behavioral Health Clinic in Tucson. It is licensed by the Arizona Department of Health Services to assist a minimum of 250 youths (ages 13-17) each year with overcoming their substance use and/or mental health issues. Sin Puertas utilizes evidence-based practices, which have proven to help youth achieve well-being and sobriety over time. Our certified and caring professional staff also helps teens struggling with trauma, stress, family conflict, and other issues affecting their lives. In 2009, Sin Puertas earned national recognition from the U.S. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration by receiving a Science and Service Award for successfully helping high-risk teens stay sober and crime-free.

Referral Assessment Service

Sin Puertas offers a wide variety of services, which are based on the intake assessment. For example, aside from counseling for substance abuse, youths may need help with securing stable housing, enrolling in a school, or participating in job training. Sin Puertas services include:

  • Assessment to determine the best course of treatment
  • Individual and group counseling
  • Case management to help secure medical treatment, stable housing, etc.
  • Special counseling for trauma and other co-occurring mental health issues
  • Special counseling for drug-related problems
  • Peer support groups and peer-led events for staying sober

How to Get Help

Sin Puertas accepts referrals from youths community agencies, parents, and caregivers. We encourage you to contact us for more information. You are welcome to contact us via e-mail, or by calling the Sin Puertas Center at (520) 624-5806.

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Make  a Referral

If you would like to make a referral or to speak to one of our staff, please contact our office at (520) 624-5806.

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