"Improving Arizona's Children's Behavioral Health one family at a time."

MIKID Believes:
  • Parents know their children best
  • Most families are multi-stressed, not dysfunctional
  • The focus should be on the strengths not the faults
  • Planning Services should be a joint effort of family and professional
MIKID Offers:
  • Information Centers
  • Assistance - by phone, email, or in person
  • Support Groups, Education Meetings
  • Referal to Resources
  • Direct Support Services

35thAveNewLogoPlease support locally owned and family operated 35th Avenue Sew and Vac/Fabric World as they kick off to their “Season of Giving” that is helping support MIKID and our Spaghetti Dinner Food Drive between November 21 thru December 19th.  Your generous donation of a pound of pasta, a jar or spaghetti sauce and two can of canned vegetables can provide a family of four a dinner for this Christmas!  Convenient drop-off locations are at each one of their stores throughout the Valley in El Mirage, Phoenix, and Chandler.  Thank you Bill, Rita and John Fose and Jackie Gilbreath for your on-going support for the families of MIKID.  Please click the link below for store information and locations.


DDC Logo-Update-CMYK-2768Thank you Desert Diamond Casino for your generous contribution of $500 to MIKIID’s holiday Elves Project!!

Throughout the month of December, Tucson eegees locations will have collection canisters for cash donations benefiting MIKID.  Please visit eegees, enjoy a sandwich and support MIKID!

MIKID is a non-profit, licensed outpatient clinic, family run organization in the state of Arizona and contracts with all the Regional Behavioral Health Authorities (RBHAs) in the state as well as Gila River Indian Community to provide behavioral health services. MIKID currently has offices in Phoenix, Tucson, Yuma, Casa Grande and Prescott Valley.  In addition, MIKID offers in home and community supports across the state. MIKID is the State Chapter of the Federation of Families for Children’s Mental Health, a member of NAMI Arizona, the Arizona Council of Human Service Providers, Mental Health Awareness Coalition and PAFCO (Protecting Arizona’s Family Coalition).