Mercy Maricopa Guides, Brochures and Flyers
- Adult Care Community Meeting/ASOC English | Spanish
A flyer that lists the dates, time and location of the 2017 ASOC meetings.
- Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) English | Spanish
This brochure explains what ACT is, how it works and how it benefits members. It includes a list of ACT teams across the Valley.
- Child and Family Advisory Partnership (CFAP) Community Meeting English | Spanish
A flyer that lists the dates, time and location of the 2017 CFAP meetings.
- Children and adolescents in foster and adoptive care English | Spanish
A guide to understanding children’s needs, support and treatment. It's designed to ensure that all foster care youth in Maricopa County get the behavioral health services they need.
- Community Resource Guide English | Spanish
A guide to connect members and their families, advocates and providers to community services that promote recovery and resiliency.
- Connecting children in foster, adoptive and kindship care to services English
A flyer with a brief overview of services available for children and how you can find out if your child is eligible.
- Expanding supported employment services English | Spanish
A brochure that explains supported employment services for members with a serious mental illness determination. It includes a list of where members can access services.
- Family of Choice Guide English | Spanish
A roadmap to the behavioral health care system. It's designed for the family of choice of an adult who's receiving treatment for a serious mental illness (SMI).
- General Mental Health/Substance Abuse Resource Guide English | Spanish
A listing of services and supports available for adults with general mental health and/or substance abuse (GMH/SA) issues.
- Get connected. Get healthy. English | Spanish
An essential brochure that provides a brief overview of how to connect with Mercy Maricopa, who we serve and what you can expect after making that first call for help.
- Getting involved through peer and family support English | Spanish
A flyer on how you can get involved in the community. It includes information on Mercy Maricopa's Office of Individual and Family Affairs, peer and family support.
- Non-Title 19 Resource Guide English | Spanish
A guide to help adults who are not eligible for benefits under the Arizona Health Care Cost Containment System (AHCCCS), Arizona’s Medicaid program (also known as Title 19), but who are receiving behavioral health services through Mercy Maricopa.
- Permanent supportive housing English
A flyer with frequently asked questions about permanent supportive housing.
- Women's Services Directory English | Spanish
A guide to substance abuse and mental health support services. Agencies in this directory provide treatment and other services to eligible women.
- Your Roadmap to Children's Behavioral Health Care English | SpanishA helpful infographic that outlines how you can identify mental health concerns in your child and how you can start the journey to getting them the care they need.
If you need help finding a place to live, getting food or buying school clothes for your children, you can call 2-1-1 or 1-877-211-8661. Or, you can visit www.cir.org/maricopa.
- Advocates for Individuals with Disabilities Foundation (AID) - A non-profit created to advance the time in which the U.S. would become more accessible to everyone.
- AZLINKS.gov - Get assistance and information on aging and disability and get connected to community agencies that can help.
- Arizona at Your Service - Search for Arizona agencies, services and more.
- Arizona Autism Coalition -Improving the lives of individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder and their families in Arizona by sharing resources and affecting autism systems reform through state-wide collaboration and advocacy.
- Arizona Early Intervention Program (AzEIP) - A statewide system of services and supports for families of infants and toddlers, birth to three years of age, with disabilities or delays.
- Arizona Center for Disability Law - Mental Health - Advocates for the legal rights of persons with disabilities to be free from abuse, neglect and discrimination and to gain access to services, maximizing independence and achieving equality.
- Arizona Behavioral Health Corporation - Provides quality, affordable housing and supportive services for persons with behavioral health needs and others with similar housing challenges in Arizona.
- Arizona Health Care Cost Containment System (AHCCCS) - Arizona's Medicaid agency that offers health care programs to Arizona residents who meet certain income and other requirements.
- Arizona’s Smokers Helpline - Helps people in Arizona quit using tobacco for free.
- Tobacco Free Arizona - Learn about the risks of tobacco use and get help if you're thinking of quitting tobacco.
- Tobacco & Chronic Disease - Learn more about tobacco and chronic diseases such as heart disease, stroke, lung disease, cancer, diabetes and asthma -- the most common, costly and preventable of all health problems in Arizona.
- C.H.E.E.E.R.S. (Center 4 Health, Enlightenment, Enrichment, Empowerment Renewal Services)
- Community Information and Referral
- Department of Economic Security
- FIC - Family Involvement Center
- Head Start Programs
- Health-e-Arizona PLUS - A new system to apply for AHCCCS Health Insurance, KidsCare, Nutrition Assistance and Cash Assistance benefits and to connect to the Federal Insurance Marketplace.
- Hope Lives - Vive La Esperanza
- Information and Resources, Marc Community Resources (No charge)
- Mental Health Association of Arizona
- Mentally Ill Kids in Distress (MIKID)
- NAMI Arizona (National Alliance on Mental Illness)
- Peer Support Groups (No charge)
- Raising Special Kids
- REN - Recovery Empowerment Network
- STAR - Stand Together And Recover
- Women, Infants & Children (WIC)