Red Mesa counselors recognize the unique histories of AI/AN community members, as well as the challenges “Urban Indians” experience as they negotiate multiple realities of US society. We are committed to the well-being of our People by hearing their stories, understand their struggles and work together to restore health and balance in their day-to-day lives.
Through our organization’s mission our commitment is to help everyone where they are now, without judgement and with a deep appreciation and understanding of the American Indian experience. We believe every voice and experience has value; and all are part of a greater whole. We honor the life passages and experiences that each living individual embodies. We believe that all people can heal, grow and create harmony and balance in their world and ours.
Red Mesa offers the following types of counseling:
To enroll in Red Mesa Counseling Services come to the UICSL Tuesday through Friday 8:30 am to 11:30 am and 1:00pm to 4:30pm.
Sign in at the front reception desk and register with the Patient Registrar and advise him that you are here to enroll in Red Mesa Counseling Services. A Red Mesa staff person will meet with you to discuss your needs and discuss Red Mesa treatment and program options. If you are referred by DCFS, Court, Probation or another organization please bring your documents with you. Your follow up appointment will be scheduled. This appointment is often a Mental Health or Substance Abuse Evaluation.
Can I get other types of counseling not listed above?
Currently Red Mesa does not offer DUI-Prime for Life classes, Custody Evaluations, DCFS Home Studies, Youth Substance Abuse Groups, Anger Management classes, Child Therapy for ages 5 and under or Domestic Violence Offender Treatment.