Counseling & Psychiatric Services for Adults in Maricopa County
Hard times hit even the best of us and during these difficult periods having
a helping hand guiding you through can be invaluable. At Jewish Family
& Children’s Service, we help provide counseling and psychiatric
services for adults who need a compassionate ear. While our services are
built from core Jewish beliefs, they have a universal application that
can apply to people of all faiths and spiritual practices. It is important
to us that you feel like you have a safe space in the community to vent
your concerns and get help with life’s struggles.
Whether you are stuck in a
domestic abuse situation or need to overcome a
substance abuse problem, our team of skilled counselors and social workers can help.
Medications & Prescriptions
Medication Lines (MedLine): These MedLines are for current consumers at JFCS. The MedLine is an important
tool for you to use for contacting our medical support staff or your JFCS
If you are experiencing a life threatening emergency, call 911.
If you have questions or need to request a refill on a current prescription, call:
Phoenix Clinic [Michael R. Zent Healthcare Center] MedLine: (602) 353-0703
Central Phoenix Clinic [7th Street] MedLine: (602) 452-4630
Mesa Clinic MedLine: (480) 820-0825
Glendale Clinic MedLine: (623) 486-8202
Avondale [West Valley] Clinic MedLine: (623) 234-9811
Below are some helpful tips on using the MedLine and managing your medication.
- Should you have questions regarding your medication(s), or if you are experiencing
possible side effects, leave a detailed message for our staff. We will
return your call as soon as possible. Calls will be answered in the order
- It is always a good idea to schedule your next appointment before you leave
due to the number of future appointments the provider has available.
- Keep track of how much medicine you have left of your prescription!
- Before contacting the MedLine for a refill on your medication(s), please
call the Front Desk to schedule future appointments. Absolutely NO medications
will be refilled or prescribed if a future appointment is not already
scheduled with your provider.
- The fastest way for you to get your medication/s refilled is to call your
pharmacy and ask them to fax the provider a refill request. The JFCS fax
number is (602) 353-0715.
Please contact your pharmacy
3-5 days prior to needing a refill for any prescriptions.
- Not all medications can be refilled by requesting a fax. If you need a
refill for Adderall, Concerta, Ritalin, Metadate or Dexedrine please leave
a message on the MedLine. The medical support staff will call when the
prescription is ready to be picked-up at the Front Desk.
We provide specialized services to individuals infected by HIV/AIDS. JFCS
has been providing services under the Ryan White Care Act since 1997.
Our staff provides initial assessments, psychiatric assessments if necessary,
psychiatric medications management, individual and couples/family counseling
and assistance in locating other necessary medical and social services.
These services are available at the JFCS behavioral health sites in Greater
Phoenix Area, Glendale and Mesa. In order to be eligible, clients must
be able to document:
- HIV status
- Maricopa County residency
- Income within the eligibility guidelines
- Proof that Ryan White is the payer of last resort.
Services are funded by the Federal Department of Health and Human Services.
Health Resources and Services Administration, the Ryan White HIV/AIDS
Treatment Modernization Act of 2006, and the Maricopa County Department
of General Government.
FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT: (602) 256-0528