Mohave Mental Health Clinic, Inc.

Mohave Mental Health Clinic, Inc.


Mohave Mental Health Clinic, Inc. (MMHC) is a private nonprofit that provides inpatient and outpatient care for individuals in Mohave County who are struggling with a range of mental and behavioral health disorders. Outpatient services are available for both children and adults; inpatient care is for adults only. MMHC can accept involuntary admissions.

MMHC operates outpatient facilities in Kingman, Bullhead City, and Lake Havasu City, and inpatient facilities in Kingman only.


At the time of this writing, MMHC provided only limited information about its treatment methods and specialties. The center is equipped to treat conditions including depression, anxiety, schizophrenia, childhood behavior disorders, bipolar conditions, eating disorders, and problematic substance use, among other disorders. In addition, the organization’s ethos is geared toward empowering clients, through individualized programming in which clients play an active role, as well as cultural sensitivity, an awareness of clients as whole people, and an atmosphere of hope.

MMHC’s outpatient services include assessments and psychiatric interventions as well as medication management, case management, vocational services, and life skills training. Counseling and therapy are offered in individual, group, and family settings.


According to MMHC’s website, the team includes social workers, substance abuse counselors, and licensed professional counselors. The single alum polled by to date gave the facility five out of five stars for its staff’s level of training and experience.


There is currently no information provided by Mohave Mental Health Clinic regarding its living arrangements and related offerings, however, the single alum polled by to date gave the facility five stars for its accommodations, meals, exercise and leisure offerings, and cleanliness.


“Works very good, I would recommend going there for help,” wrote the single alum polled by to date, giving the facility five out of five stars in all 15 of the evaluated treatment metrics, including its treatment effectiveness, holistic offerings, family participation, counseling options, and ability to treat co-occurring disorders.

Secondary sites yielded mixed feedback at the time of this writing: a three-star average rating based on six reviews on Google, and a two-star average rating based on four reviews on Yelp.[1] [2] The negative reviewers repeatedly cited administrative problems such as billing difficulties and constantly rotating care providers, and others described staff themselves as uncaring. “I have had 5 different therapists. Yes, 5 therapists in a 3 year time frame,” R.D. wrote in a representative review. However, other reviewers echoed the alum polled by by praising the center’s staff: “The people who work here are super sweet!” S.B. wrote in a representative positive review.

WHAT STAFF SAY has not yet received any reviews directly from staffers at this facility, and secondary sites yielded mixed reviews, skewing negative, at the time of this writing: the Kingman center had average ratings of 1.67 stars based on six reviews on Indeed and 3.2 stars based on five reviews on Glassdoor.[3] [4] The reviewers repeatedly described poor management leading to high staff turnover — which alumni on secondary sites called out as a weakness of the facility’s care. However, the reviewers also almost uniformly praised their coworkers. “Staff is professional,excellent knowledgable and well trained and easy to work with. Also worried and stressed about loosing their jobs. There is a high turn over and about 20% of the 200 employees have been with the company for more than 5 years,” one reviewer wrote in a representative review to Indeed.


MMHC accepts private insurance and self-pay, and also receives extensive funding to subsidize the cost of treatment from donations and state and county grants. The single alum polled by to date gave the facility five out of five stars for its affordability.


Mohave Mental Health Clinic, Inc. Reviews

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  • Works good, good staff. Works very good, I would recommend going there for help.