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Source: (Arizona Business Magazine) How Arizona can improve its mental health care In 2016, Mental Health America’s annual State of Mental Health Report ranked Arizona last in the nation for the state’s high prevalence of mental illness and low access to mental healthcare. The reason cited by Mental Health America for Arizona’s low ranking were Read More

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Although May’s almost over, mental health awareness should be taking place every day of the year. That’s the message from Chip Coffey, director of therapy services at St. Luke’s Behavioral Health Center. “In Arizona, we have about 56-thousand people with schizophrenia,” he said. “and about 113-thousand people that would be diagnosable with severe bipolar disorder.” Read More

by Arizona Business Magazine (online) Alcohol addiction is running rampant in Arizona. In fact, the state is ranked fourth in the nation for fatal binge drinking, with youth at the greatest risk for alcohol abuse. Alcohol use by young people is not only dangerous, but directly associated with traffic fatalities, violence, suicide, alcohol overdose, unsafe Read More

Source: Wrangler News Special report by Joyce Coronel Tempe is like many college towns: a sprawling campus, lively nightlife and a network of bike lanes. But there’s something else going on here too, something that often goes unseen. Not far from the center of town stands Tempe St. Luke’s Hospital, a community facility that’s been Read More

Chip Coffey from St. Luke's Behavioral Health Center discusses signs and symptoms of social anxiety disorders. Source: KPNX 12 News Read More

New Year, New Career Opportunity!

You’re cordially invited to attend our job fair and meet with hiring managers for our full time RN and full time Psych Tech positions. PRN Psych Tech Float positions also available. Time: 10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. (both days) Location: St. Luke’s Behavioral Health Center 1800 E. Van Buren St. Phoenix, AZ 85006; Parking lot is Read More

September 7-13 is National Suicide Prevention Week and there are several things Arizona citizens can do to help the cause. Suicide behavior affects people of all ages, genders, races, regions and religions. Arizona ranks 11th in the nation for its rate of suicide deaths and St. Luke’s Behavioral Health Center wants to shed some light Read More

(KFYI News) - Today begins National Suicide Prevention Month. Chip Coffey is director of therapy services at St. Lukes Behavioral Health Center in Phoenix. He says men present different depression symptoms than women. Read more: Read More

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Nearly 1 in 5 American adults will have a diagnosable mental health condition in any given year, according to the National Institute of Mental Health. In Arizona, it is estimated that nearly 42,000 people are seriously mentally ill. Keep Reading Read More

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Source: Arizona had the fourth-highest death rate from alcohol poisoning among all U.S. states, according to a new CDC study. The rate in Arizona was 18.7 deaths per million people over age 15, based on data from 2010-2012. That rate was among the highest in the nation. Ninety-three Arizonans die each year from alcohol poisoning. Read more Read More

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