Collaborations

Sias University Collaboration

Many times, development of ourselves and of our team occurs through the education of others. SB&H is proud to partner with Sias University in Beijing, China, where we are not only able to witness the birth of behavioral health services in their nation, but participate in the education and training of their students. SB&H has gained such international recognition for the work that we do, that our team has the honor of consulting with the University, and educating and training interns from China within our environment. And through this work, SB&H continues to enhance our own skills and further develop our practices and programs to enhance our reputation as a world-class resource for innovative behavioral health.

Erickson Foundation Collaboration

Not only do we want to develop our current employees, but we also focus on preparing students who are interested in a future career in behavioral health. The Training Institute – Southwest Behavioral Health works in collaboration with Argosy University, Midwestern University, and Arizona State University to provide ongoing training for practicum students in the Clinical Psychology Doctoral Program. Dr. Joanna Jablonski and Dr. Lynette Small provide clinical supervision for all of the practicum students. For the 2011-2012 training year, Southwest Behavioral Health accepted a total of 18 practicum students. Our students are placed in various programs but primarily placed at the Erickson Outpatient site. The Erickson practicum students provide outpatient services to adult GMH and substance abuse clients.

Additional Collaborations

  • 2009 Strategic partnership with Glendale Community College graduated the first five behavioral health techs now employed at SB&H.
  • 2007 Collaboration with Sias University in China to participate with consultation, training, and education.
  • 2001 Partnered with S.E.L.F.F. to develop consumer advisory council(s) and protocol.
  • 2001 Collaborated with Mesa Community College, ACHS and other providers to develop behavioral health technical training certificate program.
  • 2000 Southwest Network: A not for profit network of 8 Maricopa County providers, formed for the purpose of contracting for the provision of behavioral health services. Network members include Southwest Behavioral Health Services, Touchstone, Arizona's Children's Association, Phoenix Interfaith Counseling, Toby House, NOVA, MARC Center, and Calvary Rehab.
  • 1999 City of Phoenix Wake-up Program Phoenix Police Department.
  • 1996 Community Mobilization Projects City of Phoenix and ASU Prevention Resource Center.
  • 1996 SELF – Prevention/Intervention.
  • 1994 Project L.A.W.S.
  • 1993 ASU/Valle del Sol Hispanic Policy Council.
  • 1991 Roosevelt School District.
  • 1989 Southminster Presbyterian Latch Key Kids Afterschool Program.
  • 1982 City of Phoenix

Southwest Behavioral & Health Services is supported, in part, by the Arizona Department of Health Behavioral Health Services, Mercy Maricopa Integrated Care, Health Choice Integrated Care, and The Southwest Network. Southwest Behavioral & Health Services appreciates your charitable contributions which can be made online. As a 501(c)3 non-profit corporation, contributions may be tax deductible according to certain IRS guidelines. Please verify whether or not your contribution may be tax deductible.

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