Mental Health

“Providers in the TCRHCC Department of Mental Health are available to see patients during the Covid-19/Coronavirus pandemic. We treat children, adolescents, and adults. We are seeing both established patients and new intakes, and can provide care to anyone in the community. Visits are confidential. Telepsychiatry appointments are conducted via Zoom, and can be done directly to personal devices (smartphones, tablets, PCs) or in telehealth rooms at the Community Counseling Center. Providers can make a referrals. Referrals are not required, however, and patients also have the option to schedule appointments themselves by calling 928-283-2831.”


TCRHCC Mental Health - COVID-19 and your mental health

Tuba City Regional Health Care Corporation Mental Health Department is integrated with the Adolescent Alcohol and Substance Abuse Program. It provides outpatient mental health services to children, youth and adults using diagnostic interviews and treatment modalities that include individual, family and group therapy as well as psychopharmacological medications.

Outreach is provided to the high schools, adult and juvenile detention center and to some of the schools in the outlying areas. To access residential or day services, adult or children, there is a collaborative working relationship with the Navajo Division of Social Services, Navajo Regional Behavioral Health Authority (Health Choice Integrated Care), the Boarding School, and the Navajo Department of Behavioral Health.

The Mental Health Department is dedicated to the wellness of individuals, their families and the community through prevention, intervention, and treatment. Our experienced staff can help adults, adolescents, and children who are in crisis or who face daily challenges with mental health disorders, depression, anxiety, stress, grief, relationship issues, anger, and trauma resolution.

Treatment is offered in the most therapeutic environment available designed to meet the individual needs and concerns of each patient. Methods of treatment may include individual therapy, group therapy, or medication management.

Mental health and substance abuse staff provide on-call consultation-liaison services for patients in the Emergency Department for Psychiatric emergencies during business hours. Referrals are made to inpatient psychiatric facilities when appropriate.


Individual Counseling

  • Depression, Anxiety, Fear
  • Grief, Anger, Stress
  • Marital / Relationship Problems
  • Physical, Emotional, or Sexual Abuse
  • Dual Diagnosis

Group Counseling

  • Domestic Violence (DV)
  • Alcoholic Anonymous (AA)
  • Adolescents Substance Abuse
  • Teen Clinic


  • Sacred Peaks Health Center
  • LeChee Health Center


Helpful Resources

National Alliance on Mental Illness

Health Choice Integrated Care