Healing Through Love

At Mission of Mercy (MOM), “Healing through Love” is primary in our mission. As we strive to heal someone – whether they are physically, spiritually, emotionally, or physically broken – we know that approaching that person with genuine Love provides at least as much healing as the physical services we provide. At Mission of Mercy, our product is Love. Our vehicle is medicine.

OUR IMPACT
Providing Care Without Barriers Since 1997

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Testimonial

“What inspired me most is when I saw that the only clearance to come here is need. There’s no paperwork. There’s no qualification, and what’s dispensed here is not as much care as it is Love and dignity for a fellow human being.”
Dr. Richard Carmona
Former US Surgeon General

Chandler Patient Learns to Navigate Setbacks

At Mission of Mercy, 91% of our patients have at least one chronic condition, and more than half of our patients have type 2 diabetes. Mission of Mercy’s doctors, nurses and diabetes educator work together to empower patients to manage their chronic conditions. By providing ongoing treatment and health education, in addition to lending a sympathetic ear when life’s struggles are...

From Patient to Donor

MOM helps Paul Treadwell with skin cancer diagnosis As part of MOM AZ’s 25th anniversary celebration, we’re visiting with past and present volunteers, patients and community partners who have been integral to MOM’s mission over the years. Today we connected with Paul Treadwell, who was a MOM patient for a decade and now gives back

The Mission of
Mercy Story

First born of a whispered thought in 1991, Mission of Mercy medical clinics came to be through devout Catholic and Arizona native, Gianna Talone-Sullivan, who was also a practicing pharmacist.

The Mission of
Mercy Story

First born of a whispered thought in 1991, Mission of Mercy medical clinics came to be through devout Catholic and Arizona native, Gianna Talone-Sullivan, who was also a practicing pharmacist.