Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

What type of programs and services does Touchstone Health Services provide?

Touchstone is committed to tailoring our services to respond to the unique situation of every individual we serve. Our services vary based on each child’s age and specific needs.

Learn more about all our programs and services.

How do I look for job openings with Touchstone Health Services?

Touchstone Health Services offers a comprehensive and competitive salary and benefits package. Learn more about the opportunities to work with us to effect positive change in people’s lives.

Find benefits details and a listing of all our current job openings under Employment Opportunities.

I represent an agency that would like to refer a patient; how do I do this?

Please call our referral phone number at (866) 207-3882, or send referral details and information to

You can also find clinic locations, hours and other ways to contact us on our Contact page.

What type of prevention programs does Touchstone Health Services offer?

At Touchstone, we believe in the long-lasting transformations that result from prevention services and education. Two of the key prevention programs we offer are the Teen Pregnancy Prevention Program and Project AWARE.

Learn more about these and other programs on our Prevention page.

Is Touchstone Health Services a not-for-profit or for-profit organization?

Touchstone Health Services is a registered 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization. There are many ways for you to make a charitable donation to Touchstone and join us in our mission to effect positive change in the lives and children and families throughout Arizona.

Learn how you can make a difference.

If I’m dissatisfied with services provided by Touchstone Health Services, who can I reach out to?

If you are dissatisfied with any aspect of services provided by Touchstone Health Services, please let us know. Touchstone Health Services are dedicated to providing services quickly, professionally and appropriately. We encourage all our families to talk with their case manager to resolve any concerns. If a family prefers to speak to a supervisor, the case manager will provide that information. If there is a concern that cannot be resolved at that point, please contact our Compliance Department through