(PHOENIX – Jan 17, 2018) – Dominic Miller has been promoted to vice president outpatient services for Southwest Behavioral & Health Services (SB&H). In his new role, Miller will be responsible for providing administrative and clinical oversight to outpatient clinics in Maricopa and Gila counties, partnering with stakeholders and community partners and developing and implementing programs to sustain and grow outpatient services. In addition, Miller will also serve SB&H as a clinician working with adults on Federal Probation and adults admitted to SB&H’s Crisis Recovery Unit.
“Dominic has been with SB&H for a year serving as a clinical manager. I speak on everyone’s behalf at SB&H when I say that he is an integral part of our team. This promotion is well-deserved and we know he will continue to help people within our community to discover their strengths and reach their true potential,” said Steven Sheets, SB&H senior vice president, Maricopa County.
Miller earned his bachelor’s degree in social work and two masters’ degrees in social work and public administration from Arizona State University.
Miller is both a Phoenix native and current resident.
About Southwest Behavioral & Health Services:
Incorporated in 1974 as a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, Southwest Behavioral & Health Services provides services in the greater Phoenix metropolitan area, rural Maricopa County, Gila, Mohave, Coconino, and Yavapai counties. Our Mission: “We inspire people to feel better and reach their potential. Through helping people discover their strengths, we improve our communities.” SB&H is a leader in development and delivery of services in the areas of housing, residential care, prevention services, outpatient services to children, incarcerated persons and dually diagnosed adults (SMI/SA). An innovative leader in behavioral health, services are client directed-outcome informed, evidence-based and include treatment of co-occurring disorders, the FAST model in prevention services, the Arizona Treatment Initiative for children and families, and the Recovery Model for persons with serious mental illness. For more information on SB&H, please visit www.sbhservices.org.