MHC Healthcare Foundation

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MHC Healthcare Foundation provides resources to support MHC Healthcare’s integrated services, which treats both our patients’ medical and behavioral health needs. MHC provides care to everyone who walks through our doors, regardless of their ability to pay. With your financial support, we can continue serving our communities’ needs by increasing our number of providers, staff and services.

The MHC Healthcare Foundation strives to generate a sustainable income to establish, maintain, and expand MHC Healthcare’s services and programs.

As a nonprofit organization, we rely on financial contributions from the community to ensure we can continue to provide quality and compassionate healthcare.

Help us continue our legacy today

As a nonprofit organization, we rely on financial contributions from the community to ensure we can continue to provide quality and compassionate healthcare.

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44.4%

Experience traumatic events such as: child abuse, domestic violence, rape, community violence, and death of loved ones

30 mil

Nearly 30 million Americans who have diabetes are at risk for serious gum disease and other chronic conditions such as diabetes.

Our Areas in Need

Our Areas in Need
In Arizona, a staggering 44.4% of children experience traumatic events such as: child abuse, domestic violence, rape, community violence, and death of loved ones (www.acestoohigh.com). Traumatic events experienced during childhood increases the risk for health problems in adulthood such as depression, alcoholism, drug abuse, suicide attempts, heart and liver diseases, pregnancy problems, high stress, uncontrollable anger, and family, financial, and employment challenges.

With the use of Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT) we can treat symptoms in children, adolescents and their parents. It assesses and identifies the trauma to improve methods of treatment.

We want to train our current clinicians and hire additional staff to perform TF-CBT to meet the unfortunate growing need in our community. Together we can make a real difference in their lives.
Dental

Nearly 30 million Americans who have diabetes are at risk for serious gum disease and other chronic conditions such as diabetes. Our dentists want to focus on the correlation between diabetic patients’ oral health habits and their A1C levels. Your donation will allow treatment at no charge to the patient. Each patient in the study will receive a comprehensive exam along with information on ways to improve their oral health; which we expect will improve their A1C levels. Our findings will be shared with the American Diabetes Association for further studies and future grant opportunities.

Women’s Health

MHC’s Women’s Health department is always looking for ways to improve care for their patients. We serve women of all ages, providing family planning education, prenatal care, birth control options, STI (Sexually Transmitted Infections) testing, and much more. Your contributions will help fund outreach education programs and much needed technology for procedures critical to gynecological and obstetric care, which includes treating pre-cancerous conditions.

General Fund

The general fund will support other MHC programs such as:

  • Children’s Art Therapy
  • Wellness Programs
  • Outreach and Education
  • Reach Out and Read
Help us continue our legacy today

As a nonprofit organization, we rely on financial contributions from the community to ensure we can continue to provide quality and compassionate healthcare.

Meet the Board

We are very proud of the community members who guide our Foundation as members of our Foundation Board. 

  • Jack Neubeck
  • Lisa Bayless
  • Teri Murphy
  • Melissa Almquist
  • Craig “Hoot” Gibson
  • Ginger Garcia
  • Herman Solorzano, MD
  • Dr. Clint Kuntz, CEO

Other ways to give

Legacy Gift

Recognize and remember a loved one by leaving a legacy gift. This gift honors their life and furthers our vision of caring for those in need.

Matching Gift

For many corporate cultures an element of corporate citizenship is a common thread. Organizations may choose to support a non-profit for a defined period of time or for a special event. By implementing a matching gift program you demonstrate the commitment of your company to helping your community and the greater good.

Naming Opportunity for a Public Space at an MHC Health Center

Please contact our development staff for further information: 
Stephen Stone
520-616-1455

Tax Credit

The Credit for Donations made to Qualifying Charitable Organizations gives you an opportunity to help others and receive a tax benefit. It offers a dollar-for-dollar credit on their state income taxes: up to $200 for single taxpayers, $400 for married taxpayers. Starting in 2013, you do not have to itemize deductions to claim a credit for contributions to a qualifying charitable organization.

Please visit: www.azdor.gov or consult your tax advisor.

44.4%

Experience traumatic events such as: child abuse, domestic violence, rape, community violence, and death of loved ones

30 mil

Nearly 30 million Americans who have diabetes are at risk for serious gum disease and other chronic conditions such as diabetes.

Our Areas in Need

Our Areas in Need
In Arizona, a staggering 44.4% of children experience traumatic events such as: child abuse, domestic violence, rape, community violence, and death of loved ones (www.acestoohigh.com). Traumatic events experienced during childhood increases the risk for health problems in adulthood such as depression, alcoholism, drug abuse, suicide attempts, heart and liver diseases, pregnancy problems, high stress, uncontrollable anger, and family, financial, and employment challenges.

With the use of Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT) we can treat symptoms in children, adolescents and their parents. It assesses and identifies the trauma to improve methods of treatment.

We want to train our current clinicians and hire additional staff to perform TF-CBT to meet the unfortunate growing need in our community. Together we can make a real difference in their lives.
Dental

Nearly 30 million Americans who have diabetes are at risk for serious gum disease and other chronic conditions such as diabetes. Our dentists want to focus on the correlation between diabetic patients’ oral health habits and their A1C levels. Your donation will allow treatment at no charge to the patient. Each patient in the study will receive a comprehensive exam along with information on ways to improve their oral health; which we expect will improve their A1C levels. Our findings will be shared with the American Diabetes Association for further studies and future grant opportunities.

Women’s Health

MHC’s Women’s Health department is always looking for ways to improve care for their patients. We serve women of all ages, providing family planning education, prenatal care, birth control options, STI (Sexually Transmitted Infections) testing, and much more. Your contributions will help fund outreach education programs and much needed technology for procedures critical to gynecological and obstetric care, which includes treating pre-cancerous conditions.

General Fund

The general fund will support other MHC programs such as:

  • Children’s Art Therapy
  • Wellness Programs
  • Outreach and Education
  • Reach Out and Read
Help us continue our legacy today

As a nonprofit organization, we rely on financial contributions from the community to ensure we can continue to provide quality and compassionate healthcare.

Meet the Board

We are very proud of the community members who guide our Foundation as members of our Foundation Board. 

  • Jack Neubeck
  • Lisa Bayless
  • Teri Murphy
  • Melissa Almquist
  • Craig “Hoot” Gibson
  • Ginger Garcia
  • Herman Solorzano, MD
  • Dr. Clinton Kuntz, CEO

Other ways to give

Legacy Gift

Recognize and remember a loved one by leaving a legacy gift. This gift honors their life and furthers our vision of caring for those in need.

Matching Gift

For many corporate cultures an element of corporate citizenship is a common thread. Organizations may choose to support a non-profit for a defined period of time or for a special event. By implementing a matching gift program you demonstrate the commitment of your company to helping your community and the greater good.

Naming Opportunity for a Public Space at an MHC Health Center

Please contact our development staff for further information:
Stephen Stone
520-616-1455

Tax Credit

The Credit for Donations made to Qualifying Charitable Organizations gives you an opportunity to help others and receive a tax benefit. It offers a dollar-for-dollar credit on their state income taxes: up to $200 for single taxpayers, $400 for married taxpayers. Starting in 2013, you do not have to itemize deductions to claim a credit for contributions to a qualifying charitable organization.

Please visit:
www.azdor.gov/About/FAQs/CharitableTaxCredit.aspx or consult your tax advisor.