Take the First Step
Guiding those impacted by trauma towards healing and inner peace.
The Yuma Difference
Our team is a Certified Clinical Trauma Specialist through the Arizona Trauma Institute. We are the leaders in delivering compassionate evidence-based interventions and client-driven care. Licensed Counseling Agency through Arizona Department of Health Service.
“We will join you on your healing journey and provide you the guidance needed to conquer the past and live a life of promise.”
We need your help!
We feed over forty families and give them presents for their children throughout the holiday season.
We appreciate and are accepting water bottles and snack donations for our children. Call (928) 920-6220 for details.
Our Mission is Your Healing
The Healing Journey is a safe place where you will find peace, hope, and compassion to begin your journey. This will be done with the highest quality trauma-informed therapy to ensure our community can heal and move forward.
We provide health-based trauma therapeutic counseling for trauma survivors. The therapy provided is trauma-informed care that deals directly with identifying trauma and assisting the client in moving forward in the healing process.
How We Help
To provide those affected by trauma with the tools to live enriching and fulfilling lives. We believe that through our specialized therapy and support programs, we will assist you to arise and be seen, heal from your past and thrive in the life that you build!
If you have thought of harming yourself, please call the numbers below.
Get Your AZ Tax Credit
In the state of Arizona, there are many individual tax credits, including the Arizona Charitable Tax Credit for Qualified Charitable Organizations. This tax credit allows taxpayers to make charitable contributions to receive dollar-for-dollar reductions on their Arizona state tax requirements and liabilities.
The maximum allowable credit for contributions to QCOs is $800 for married filing jointly filers or $400 for single, married filing separately, and heads of household filers.
The maximum credit for contributions to QFCOs is $1,000 for married filing jointly or $500 for single, married filing separately, and heads of household filers.