• GMH/SU Members

    Mercy Care Complete Care will begin providing integrated care to members with GMH/SU concerns on Oct. 1. Until then, GMH/SU services remain with Mercy Care RBHA.

For Mercy Care RBHA members

***Members, please be aware that no one from Mercy Care will ever contact you and ask you for your social security number or Medicare information, and neither will Medicare. If you receive a phone call from someone claiming to be from Mercy Care or Medicare, do not give them any information about yourself. Hang up and call Member Services or report it online here***

 

Mercy Care RBHA is the Regional Behavioral Health Authority (RBHA) for Maricopa County.

We care about you and your family and want you to be healthy. The information in this section explains your benefits and how to use them. It also tells you what to do in an emergency and explains your rights and responsibilities. Read this material carefully. You have many benefits and services available to you. A wide choice of health care providers and community resources is also available. 

If you have any questions or need help with this website, contact Mercy Care RBHA Member Services at 602-586-1841 or 1-800-564-5465; (TTY/TDD) 711. Representatives are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

If your child is involved with the Department of Child Safety (DCS), or is adopted, and you have questions or concerns about the behavioral health system, contact Mercy Care's Child Welfare Single Point of Contact at DCS@mercymaricopa.org or 602‑453‑8095. 

Services and support for living well

We’re here to give you the support you need, when you need it. Your physical, behavioral and social needs affect your overall health. That’s our focus — your whole person.

We help you achieve your physical and behavioral health goals by getting to know you. And, we work with those around you as well, including family, friends and community.

Anyone — any age, gender, income, race or religion — can have a behavioral health issue. It can affect how you think, feel and act. Sometimes, the issue is mild. Other times, it’s more serious and lasts longer. Either way, feeling better is always possible.

If you’re coping with a behavioral health issue, you’re not alone. We’re here to help.