Integrated Health & Human Services

CPLC is dedicated to ensuring the welfare of the community, because CPLC believes that the foundation of any community is its people. CPLC offers a myriad of social services to ensure that all individuals have the opportunity to lead good quality lives.

CPLC is one of a handful of agencies to offer services addressing the needs of youth through elderly populations. Its programs are culturally-competent, family-focused and are designed to promote healthy, independent living. In response to a society whose challenges are mounting at an alarming pace, CPLC promotes wellness and encourages self-dignity, self-sufficiency, and most importantly, family growth.

CPLC not only provides the most comprehensive range of services, but does so in fourteen of the fifteen Arizona counties. As one of the leading social service providers, CPLC is continually evaluating its services to ensure the relevance of its programs. As the demographics of its constituents continue to evolve, CPLC will strive to develop programs that will positively impact the changing population it serves.

Behavioral Health

CPLC Centro De La Familia provides outpatient behavioral health services for families, adults, children, and adolescents. Services are offered to those living with serious mental illness, general mental health issues, and substance abuse issues. These issues can be related to depression, anxiety, relationships, loss, substance abuse, suicidal thoughts, and trauma from sexual, emotional and/or physical abuse.

Youth and families are encouraged to participate fully in their treatment planning, fully implement treatment recommendations, and recognize the issues that create conflicts in their lives. Outpatient services offer flexible office hours and home-based services for children and their families, public transit accessibility, therapy in English and Spanish, and professional staff who utilize best practice models for treatment.

CPLC Centro De La Familia provides the following services:
  • Psychiatric Evaluations
  • Medication Management
  • Counseling Services
  • Marriage Counseling
  • Family Counseling
  • Group Counseling
  • Case Management

Domestic Violence

CPLC De Colores opened its doors in 1986 out of community-identified need for a domestic violence shelter that would provide an environment that was culturally and linguistically appropriate for monolingual Spanish speaking women and their children, many of whom are isolated from their families and traditional networks of support. The shelter, located in south central Phoenix, serves an average of 500-600 clients a year recovering from abuse and ready to start a life free of violence.

The mission of De Colores is to provide a safe and secure environment where victims of domestic violence can recover from the devastating effects of abuse as they acquire the knowledge and skills necessary to become self-sufficient and break the cycle of violence. CPLC De Colores also provides community-based and follow up services to survivors and their children.

De Colores programming is comprised of the following components:
  • Crisis Programs: provides immediate safety and security for families from domestic violence, along with assigned supportive staff that offer family support counseling, case management, and lay legal advocacy.
  • Transitional Program: supportive housing enables families an opportunity to begin their journey towards a violent free self-sufficient life.
  • Youth Programs: prevention education, support and positive interaction for children living in the shelter and in the community, who have been affected by domestic violence.
  • Community-Based Programming: counseling and case management services to victims of domestic violence in the community; as well as, providing after-care/follow up services to families leaving the De Colores Domestic Violence shelter.

Substance Abuse

Since 1983, CPLC has been providing Substance Abuse treatment through its CARF Accredited Level II Residential Treatment Center at Corazón. The 30 to 60 day structured substance abuse treatment program includes a curriculum that was created from best practices specifically targeted at meeting the needs of clients enrolled in the program. Corazón is a client-centered, multicultural, and bilingual center that utilizes a variety of treatment modalities to deliver services that are effective and meet the needs of the individual person.

The facility has two separate campuses; one campus houses a 41 bed residential program with a room that can accommodate clients with ADA needs. The second building on the campus houses a kitchen, laundry and accommodations for 17 men in the transitional living program. Clients who successfully complete the 30 day residential program can apply for admission into the transitional program. The transitional program provides a supportive, structured environment where clients can receive case management, referral and job services that create a strong network for the client as they move on to independent healthy living.

In May 2015, we opened the doors for our Hospital Step Down Program. CPLC’s step-down services were established to help support the discharge of clients from hospitals and transition to other permanent and stable housing options. Our goal is to have clients transitioned out of the step-down facility within 7-10 days. We will be aggressively working with PNOs, QSPs and CMs to ensure that maximum stay does not exceed 14 days.

Parenting Arizona

CPLC Parenting Arizona helps prevent child abuse by providing family support services statewide through prevention, intervention and treatment programs. These services promote strong families by empowering parents to thrive, thereby creating communities where parents have the skills to raise healthy and successful children.

Through five statewide centers across Arizona, CPLC Parenting Arizona’s provides the following programs & services:
  • Home Visitation: As a child’s first and most important teacher, parents receive the tools and techniques they need to help their children through our Healthy Families and Parents as Teachers curricula and monthly visits.
  • Parenting Classes: Parent Education classes are made available to parents, grandparents and caregivers in various communities throughout Arizona.
  • Family Resource Centers: Parents of children in Coconino and Maricopa County are provided and connected to various parent education programs and community resources in either a school or community setting.
  • Parent Aide Services: CPLC Parenting Arizona provides transport services and supervision to foster children to and from court mandated family visits.
  • Building Resilient Families: Through the Department of Child Safety, CPLC Parenting Arizona provides and connects at risk families to parent education, life skills training, and community resources.
  • School Choice: Provides parents of young children the school choice options that best fit their child’s needs by finding high-performing schools in the communities where they live.

For more information on any of these programs and services please visit CPLC Parenting Arizona at or call  (602) 248-0428 x221.

Workforce Development

  • Brings together business, labor, education, and economic development to focus on community workforce issues
  • Develops, disseminates, and understands current labor market and economic information and trends
  • Brokers new relationships with businesses, job seekers, and the community
  • Advocates for the importance of workforce policy, providing perspective about the need for skilled workers
  • Enhances the region's ability to meet the workforce needs of local employers
Business Services

The Business Solutions team will assist in organizing recruitments, screening for a specific candidate pool, posting job openings on local, county, state websites, forwarding applicant resumes, conducting skill assessments, and referring qualified jobseekers. Business Solutions can provide human resource assistance as well.

Job Seeker Services

Provides everything you need when you’re looking for a job, or to change your career, or to develop new skills, or if you’re simply looking for the right training. Whether it is resources, information, career counseling, training, or computer access, our professional and knowledgeable staff will work with you to help you achieve your goals.

Youth Services

Helping today’s youth prepare for tomorrow’s success is a pivotal part of the Workforce Development Center’s mission. The Center offers specialized services to young people between the ages of 16 and 21. These Centers provide services such as strategies for overcoming barriers to employment, how to prepare for post-secondary education and employment opportunities, attaining educational and skills training credentials, and how to secure employment with career and promotional opportunities.

HIV Services

CPLC LUCES (Latinos Unidos Contra el Sida/ Latinos United Against AIDS) provides HIV prevention education and supportive services to people living with or at risk of HIV/AIDS.

The Centers for Disease Control reports that the rate of HIV infection for Latinos is three times higher than that of whites. At some point in their lives, 1 in 36 Latino men will be diagnosed with HIV. CPLC is committed to preventing new infections and helping those with HIV to live longer, healthier lives.

Services include:
  • Medical and Supportive Case Management: Providing or coordinating access to primary medical care, dental care, medication adherence, nutrition, home health care, legal services, transportation services, mental health care, substance abuse services, psychosocial support services, housing, emergency financial assistance, and food boxes.
  • Mental Health: Psychological and psychiatric treatment and counseling services including Spanish-language support groups and counseling.
  • Substance Abuse: Treatment and counseling to address substance abuse issues including alcohol, prescription drug abuse, and illegal drug abuse.
  • Psychosocial Support: A peer support group in which an HIV positive individual is able to obtain peer support from other HIV positive individuals and a behavioral health tech on a weekly basis.
  • HIV Testing/Counseling: Provided in partnership with Terros. Free testing is offered by referral and appointment only.

6850 W. Indian School Road
Phoenix, AZ 85033 Map
(623) 247-0464

Senior Services

Chicanos Por La Causa provides a comprehensive senior housing and meal program that incorporates a center‐based program that offers advocacy and case management services. Along with assisting its residents though supportive services, the CPLC Senior Services program also provides its clients with a “Meals on Wheels” program as well a Senior Center Based Meal Program.

Home Delivered Meals Program The “Meals on Wheels” program is provided to Senior Adults ages 60 and older. The purpose of HDM meals is to increase or maintain the well-being and self-sufficiency of the elderly who are unable to prepare meals for themselves or leave their home to participate in daily congregate meals will be registered to receive hot nutritious home delivered meals through the Senior Services program. The meals will be prepared and delivered by the Senior Center located at Casa Primavera.

Congregate Meals CPLC also offers congregate meals to low income Senior Adults ages 60+ who are residents at Casa De Primavera Senior Center. This program provides senior adults who are unable to prepare meals for themselves or who prefer to eat in the company of others while eating a hot and nutritious meal.

The meals are served from Monday – Friday 11:30am until 12:30pm.

Multipurpose Senior Center CPLC - Health Aging Program have Multipurpose Senior Center that fosters the social emotional, mental and physical well-being of eligible individuals (elderly community). We provided Health Promotion, Exercise, Social / Recreation and Program Variety in a weekly basis.


Chicanos Por La Causa Family Immigration Services was established in 1978 in Somerton, Arizona in response to the growing number of families in need of immigration services. Family Immigration Services has been accredited by the Board of Immigration Appeals since 1980. Our goal is to reunite families that have been divided by international borders. As a result, our program offers a broad range of services designed to fit the needs of every family or individual going through the immigration process.

Location and Contact Information:
Family Immigration Services
308 West Main Street
Somerton, AZ 85350

Individual consultations are offered in person from Monday – Thursday from 8:30 AM to 6:00 PM.
Closed on Fridays
No appointment is necessary.

Call  (928) 627-2042 or email for general information about our program and the services we provide. We do not offer consultations over the phone.