Latest News & Events

Mar
31

Southwest Behavioral & Health Services New Facility

The Standard Business Article; Kingman, AZ

The facility provides urgent behavioral health care for psychiatric patients in acute distress in Mohave County rather than finding a location in Phoenix or Las Vegas, which reduces time spent assisting patients and reduces costs.

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Mar
10

Arizona Health Care Officials Urge Women, Girls to Get Tested for HIV

KTAR News Article; Phoenix, AZ

Arizona health care officials are urging women and girls to get tested for HIV as the nation recognizes National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day.  Armando Carrillo with the Phoenix-based Southwest Behavioral & Health Serives has only one message for women who have not gotten tested for the virus: Get tested - now.

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Mar
10

Southwest Behavioral & Health Services' DrugFreeAZKids on Con Mary Rabago

Con Mary Rabago Facebook Live Video; Phoenix, AZ

SB&H’s Promotoras program discussed parent education and community awareness;, why it is important to start the conversation with kids at a young age and set clear expectations in regards to drug use; prescription drug use, misuse and abuse and the direct correlation with the opioid epidemic; and other prevention topics.

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Feb
27

Why Southwest Behavioral & Health Services Staff Love Their Job

American Psychological Association's Good Company Blog Article; Washington, DC

At Southwest Behavioral & Health Services in Phoenix, AZ, sharing the love is a team pursuit. The nonprofit submitted a group photo and asked employees from across the organization to share why they love their jobs. Their submission was the selected pick of the week during our "I Love My Job" campaign in February.

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Feb
19

Bullhead City Police Department Trains in Mental Health First Aid

Mohave Valley Daily News Article; Bullhead City, AZ

Police are working to improve the way law enforcement officers respond to people affected by mental illness.  Bullhead City Police Department has joined the movement.

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Feb
1

7 Ways to Maintain a Healthy Romantic Relationship

Scottsdale Health Article; Scottsdale, AZ

Heather Genovese, Southwest Behavioral & Health Services' VP of Crisis & Opioid Services, discusses the research around, and the benefits of, healthy relationships and tips to lead a happy and long life.

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Feb
1

New Clinic, Pharmacy Opens Near Metro Center

North Central News Article; Phoenix, AZ

Southwest Behavioral & Health Services (SB&H) celebrated the opening of its new Metro Outpatient Clinic as well as its partnership with Genoa, a QoL Healthcare Company (Genoa), at a ribbon-cutting and open house on Dec. 7. This partnership brings a full-service, on-site pharmacy to the new Metro Outpatient Clinic.

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Dec
23

Southwest Behavioral & Health Services Receives Two Awards

White Mountain Independent Article; Phoenix, AZ

Southwest Behavioral & Health Services was recently awarded the Psychologically Healthy Workplace Award by the Arizona Psychological Association, and the Arizona Corporate Excellence Award for fastest-growing private company by the Phoenix Business Journal.

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Dec
20

Southwest Behavioral & Health Services Opens New Outpatient Clinic and Partnership

My Local News Article; Phoenix, AZ

Southwest Behavioral & Health Services (SB&H) celebrated the opening of its new Metro Outpatient Clinic as well as its partnership with Genoa, a QoL Healthcare Company (Genoa), at a ribbon-cutting and open house on Dec. 7. This partnership brings a full-service, on-site pharmacy to the new Metro Outpatient Clinic.

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Dec
20

Southwest Behavioral Honored

Payson Roundup Article; Payson, AZ

Southwest Behavioral & Health Services was recently awarded the Psychologically Healthy Workplace Award by the Arizona Psychological Association, and the Arizona Corporate Excellence Award for fastest-growing private company by the Phoenix Business Journal.

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