Dawn Noggle

Mental Health Director
Maricopa County Correctional Health Services

Dr. Noggle is a clinical psychologist and has worked in mental health for the past 27 years. Over these years she has had many roles as a clinician, administrator, consultant, researcher and teacher in post graduate studies. She has specialized throughout those years in community based mental health and trauma related research and service delivery. She has over 20 years of experience developing and implementing mental health programs and delivering clinical services to the diverse U.S.  refugee populations. She developed the Phoenix International Rescue Committee mental health program and has served as a consultant for IRC locally and nationally for over a decade. She was also an initial member of the coordinating committee and clinical service provider for the IRC ALERT program, assisting trafficking victims, initiated by a DOJ grant.  

Her past 12 years have been focused on clinical work, program development and administration of programs for individuals with criminal justice involvement, including serving as Director of the Arizona Sexually Violent Persons Program, a program within the Arizona Department of Health Services, developed for post adjudicated civilly committed sexual offenders. Since 2008 she has served as Director of Mental Health for Correctional Health Services, which provides integrated services for the Maricopa County jail system, the fourth largest in the country. She is a founding member of the Arizona Mental Health and Criminal Justice Coalition. 

Dr. Noggle has participated in various grant writing efforts in support of her interest areas and has presented at numerous national and internal forums on these issues.