Regional Behavioral Health Authority

Purpose: Provides medically necessary case management services through care coordination

NRBHA Program:

  • Inter-governmental agreement between AHCCCS and NN
  • Care coordination through Fee-for-Services
  • Placement at treatment facility closest to client residence
  • Client must meet eligibility requirements



  • Develop, implement, review and revise an effective service plan with an enrolled member and their family
  • Determine appropriate placement through ongoing assessment
  • Care coordination and collaboration to ensure treatment plan compliance
  • At the request of the enrolled member, coordinate traditional services
  • Coordinate non-emergency medical transportation services for enrolled member to and from covered behavioral health services
  • Offer aftercare services to enrolled member


Documents required for enrollment into the NRBHA Program:

  • Arizona AHCCCS enrollment under Behavioral Health Site 14 Navajo Nation 
  • Physical Examination within last 30 days (TB Skin Test/Result)
  • Immunization Record (anyone under age 18 years old)
  • Evaluation within (30) days: Psychiatric for Mental Health and/or Substance Abuse Assessment
  • Personal Identification
  • Certificate of Indian Blood
  • Social Security Card
  • Photo ID or Driver’s License
  • Map to physical address
  • Court Documents (copy of court order, probation agreement, etc.)
  • Child Protective Service Documents (Parent/Guardian/Child(ren) involved with Family Services-Social Services)
  • School Grade Report, Incident Reports (anyone under age 18 years old)
  • Marriage License (for applicants who are non-native, but married to an enrolled Native American)


Any missing information will be considered an incomplete referral.

NRBHA services are available at all Arizona and Navajo Regional Behavioral Health Center locations.