News & Events

Echoes of Gunshots from El Paso, Dayton Reach Peoria

Peoria Independent Article; Peoria, AZ

Dr. William Marsh, licensed clinical psychologist at SB&H, said mass shootings are incredibly tragic and weigh heavy on society, and emphasized the importance of remaining aware of these feelings and managing them through self-care and support. Mourning and fear are part of the human experience and people work through their feelings in various ways.

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Michelle Griffith Named VP of HR at SB&H

AZ Business Leaders Article; Phoenix, AZ

Michelle Griffith, a human resources leader with extensive HR experience, has been named the new vice president of human resources. Griffith is a change and transformational HR leader focused on integrating the people strategy with the business strategy to effectively drive organizational performance and goals.

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From Interns to Graduates: Cobb Helps Recognize First Students to Complete Tri-State Youth Program

Mohave Valley Daily News Article; Bullhead City, AZ

At the recent Tri-State Youth Internship and Leadership graduation, Southwest Behavioral & Health Services was named mentor of the year. The company took on two interns. Waheed Zehri, founder and CEO, said that he wants the program to give the interns not just a paycheck, but leadership, work ethic and other skills.

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Southwest Behavioral & Health Services Celebrates Recovery College Graduates

My Local News - Arizona Article; Phoenix, AZ

SB&H celebrated recent graduates of the Recovery College in a ceremony on July 9.  The graduates have spent the past six months learning Positive Psychology strategies for their own personal and professional growth at SB&H and to support their work with the organization's members.

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Southwest Behavioral & Health Services Supports Local Community with Pay It Forward Adopt-A-Street Garbage Pickup Effort

My Local News - Central Phoenix Article; Phoenix, AZ

SB&H held a Pay It Forward Adopt-A-Street Garbage Pickup event on Thursday, June 20th, where both staff and client volunteers joined the effort to clean up trash and debris on 7th Street from Indian School Road to Thomas Road.

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Southwest Behavioral & Health Services Offers Youth Mental Health First Aid Training

Arizona Education News Article; Phoenix, AZ

Southwest Behavioral & Health Services (SB&H) will hold two upcoming Youth Mental Health First Aid trainings at its Administration building in Phoenix on July 31, 2019 and October 2, 2019.

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4th of July Safety: Set a Good Example for Your Kids this Fourth of July Holiday

The Hamlet Magazine Article; Palm Valley/Goodyear, AZ

Carrie Holmes, Program Director with Southwest Behavioral & Health Services, discusses Fourth of July safety particularly when it comes to alcohol and the importance of being aware that children look to their parents as role models.

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Arizona Foothills Trendsetters Profile - Paul Buttermore

Arizona Foothills Magazine Article; Scottsdale, AZ

SB&H staff Paul Buttermore was profiled in Arizona Foothills Trendsetters, a feature focusing on professionals and entrepreneurs from all over the state of Arizona who are leading their respected professions as they set new trends in their field of expertise.

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What Father’s Day Means to Me…

The Glendale Star Article; Glendale, AZ

This Father's Day, SB&H staff Paul Buttermore shared his thoughts on his role as a Dad, as well as the sense of achievement and pride he feels from celebrating in his children's accomplishments and being with them on their journey.

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Steven Sheets Feature - Dads At Work

So Scottsdale! Article; Scottsdale, AZ

With Father's Day approaching, President/CEO Steven Sheets was featured in the "Dads At Work" editions of So Scottsdale! Magazine and Uptown Magazine, as one of the men of five valley-based companies with dual roles of businessman and Father. See him on page 41 of the So Scottsdale! issue here.

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