Southwest Behavioral and Health Servs (SBHS) are a network of private and public agencies that provide affordable health care for uninsured adults children and families living in Arizona. SBHS serves the state’s rural and small townships and provides access to medical care to individuals and families who need medical services outside the traditional hospital system. SBHS helps the community in providing quality health care that is culturally sensitive. Through the provision of health screenings and referral SBHS helps communities develop the community-based practices necessary to enhance health and well-being.
SBHS strives to improve the health and well-being of its community by promoting healthy life expectancy through healthy eating a balanced diet exercise proper medication and regular screening for illness. SBHS also strives to improve the quality of life by providing medical education and outreach. The organization offers a variety of programs services and initiatives to promote healthy living. SBHS is the governing body of Arizona’s Health Insurance Rate Review Commission. SBHS also provides training for insurance carriers employers and employees on quality health care. SBHS also conducts research and educational programs for the community and the nation on health and wellness personal financial planning and family and community development. SBHS provides a range of services that include:
Southwestern Behavioral and Health Services is an excellent way to improve the quality of life for all people in Arizona. The service provider works with community organizations and government entities to ensure they have the right information and tools to support healthy living and promote effective family and community development. The organizations receive special grants from SBHS for their specific needs and SBHS supports them in their ongoing efforts to provide health care and wellness. SBHS is committed to providing affordable health care to all Arizona residents.