Southwest Behavioral & Health Services: Healthy Arizona Worksite
Southwest Behavioral & Health Services, an innovative leader in behavioral health, was recognized last month by the Healthy Arizona Worksites Program — a public health initiative offered by the Arizona Department of Health Services and the Maricopa County Department of Public Health.— for its efforts to positively affect the health and well-being of employees, their families and the community.
AvAir: No. 2 Parts Supplier Globally
Arizona-based AvAir, an industry leading inventory solutions provider for the aviation aftermarket, continues to be recognized as a global authority by earning the No. 2 position on The Aviation 100’s “Parts Supplier of the Year” rankings. AvAir offers customized solutions for customers and suppliers to buy, sell, exchange, loan, lease or consign more than 26 million in-stock aircraft parts.
Cox Steps Up for Community
Cox Communications has contributed nearly $11 million in cash and in-kind COVID-19 contributions to date in Phoenix and Southern Arizona. Its local gift of $25,000 to St. Mary’s Food Bank in Phoenix will provide 175,000 meals. Cox donated 10,000 protective shoe covers, normally worn by its field techs, to Banner Health to help protect frontline healthcare heroes against possible exposure to COVID-19, and donated the fresh bulk food from the temporarily closed Cox Café to St. Vincent de Paul’s efforts to feed and clothe those living on the streets.
U-Haul’s Fire Rescue
In mid-June, with the Bush Fire in Tonto National Forest the largest active burning fire in the country and still uncontained after having burned 65,000 acres, U-Haul offered 30 days of free self-storage and U-Box® container usage at selected locations to impacted residents. “As the Bush Fire spreads, people are having to leave their homes and move to other parts of the Valley,” stated Andy Smith, U-Haul Company of Eastern Arizona president. “The fire is creating an immediate need for people to protect their belongings.”