Mountain Health & Wellness

About

Vision

Inspiring People, Serving Communities

Goals

  • Service – Deliver the best healthcare experience
  • Quality – Deliver optimal outcomes
  • Safety – Keeping clients and employees safe
  • Collaborate – Foster partnerships
  • Financial Health – Improve financial security to sustain organizational strength.

Values

Mountain Health & Wellness

  • Integrity – Commitment to what is right and just
  • Caring – Active concern for those who place their trust in us
  • Accountability – Accept responsibility for all of our actions
  • Respect – Treat everybody with dignity and courtesy
  • Excellence – Vigorous insistence on the highest standards of performance

Motto

“WE START WITH YES!”

History

Mountain Health & Wellness (MHW), formerly known as Superstition Mountain Mental Health Center was incorporated as a nonprofit 501(c)(3) behavioral health service agency on July 1, 1986. Initially, services were provided by a staff of four to clients in the Apache Junction area. MHW has grown significantly over the subsequent years to a staff of over 300 providing behavioral health services to over 5000 youth and adults in Pinal, Gila, Maricopa, Yuma and La Paz counties.

By 1988 there were over 100 clients being served by MHW. The following year a four-plex apartment building was leased to provide subsidized housing to SMI clients. In 2001, a new center was built in order to accommodate the growing need of services for the SMI population in the Apache Junction area. The Recovery Center now provides a comprehensive array of support services to over 500 individuals.

In 1993, Mountainside a psychiatric inpatient facility in Apache Junction opened its doors. This 14-bed secure inpatient facility provides acute stabilization for those exhibiting serious psychiatric symptoms as well as providing detox services for residents of Pinal and Gila counties. In 2009, MHW opened an inpatient psychiatric facility in Yuma. This 16 bed secure inpatient facility was brought on-line in record time and has been very well received in the Yuma area.

MHW began providing comprehensive behavioral health services in 2000 in the community of Oracle and in Kearney the following year. Through these two outpatient clinics MHW was able to begin providing services to the communities of San Manuel, Mammoth, Winkelman, Hayden and Superior. Clinics were established in 2003 in both San Manuel and Superior.

MHW broke ground in May of 2010 to build a 36,000sf integrated health care facility in the Apache Junction area. This clinic will have a primary health care facility to complement our significant behavioral health care program.

Volunteerism

MHW encourages and supports volunteerism by its staff in the diverse communities we serve. Many of MHW staff are involved in Civic Organizations (e.g. Rotary and Moose Club) as well as community collaboratives that serve through volunteerism and giving back to the community. MHW’s staff has also served on numerous State Commissions.

MHW recently developed a Youth Leadership and Wellness Event with a focus on encouraging young people to give back to their communities by focusing on activities that promote wellness and reduce risk of negative behaviors. This event brought together over 80 youth and staff form various counties throughout Arizona (e.g. Pinal, Yuma, Cochise, Santa Cruz, Graham and Greenlee) at the Central Arizona College location in Apache Junction.

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-- In Crisis? Call Nursewise at 800 783 5386 or CRN at 602 222 9444
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