Our community and yours
One of Mercy Maricopa’s goals is to help to make our community stronger. We go to schools, neighborhood centers and health fairs. Meet us there!
Or contact us if you’re interested in learning about our services or getting information about workshops on behavioral health issues. At all of our events, we provide language interpretation services.
Welcome to Mercy
An orientation for members newly determined SMI
We want to introduce you to the network of care and services available to you now that you’ve been determined SMI. We want to make sure you know what to expect. Here are some of the things we’ll explain:
• What does it mean to have an SMI qualification?
• What is a clinic and what happens there?
• How do you get the help you need?
• What services are available to you or your loved ones?
• How to receive employment services?
• What is Peer Support and how can you get involved?
• What are providers?
• What should you expect next?
We'll be serving a light meal and refreshments. Spanish translation is available.
2701 N. 16th St., Ste. 316, Phoenix
Wednesday, September 20, 2017
6 ‑ 8 p.m.
If you have any questions, you can email firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also call Mercy Maricopa Member Services at 602‑586‑1841 or toll‑free 1‑800‑564‑5465; (TTY/TDD) 711. They’re available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Through community outreach, we hope to bring awareness and get people the behavioral health care they need. We also are working to lessen the often-negative stigma around mental illness and its treatment. We work with individuals and groups to promote healthy lifestyles and help connect them to resources.
It’s important we hear about what matters most to you. Check out our events page for upcoming community forums. Or, send us feedback by calling Member Services at 1-800-564-5465 (toll-free) or hearing impaired TTY/TDD 711, or using the contact us form.
Stop by our booth at an upcoming health fair to learn more about us.
You and your family can join one of many local groups. These groups offer ways to connect with other people who face the same challenges you and your family do. Check out our community guide for more information.