National Registry of SBIRT Trainers

Geoff Miller BA, MBA, UW Certificate in Program Evaluation, GAIN Regional Trainer, GAIN Advanced Clinical Interpretation

King County Behavioral Health and Recovery Division

Contact Information

400 Fifth Avenue
Seattle, Washington 98104

Phone: 206-263-8960



Expert Trainer

Experience Implementing: Yes

Workshops per Year: 10-15

Other topics trainer is expert in: Global Appraisal of Individual Needs screening tools and assessments

Comments: Geoff Miller, MBA has worked in the Human Services field for over 25 years managing the delivery of services for those with mental illness, substance abuse, and developmental disabilities. His experience includes planning and developing services in the urban, rural and the rural remote areas of Washington State. He has been the Director of Human Services for Klickitat County, acted as the executive director of a mental health treatment agency, and interim King County Alcohol and other Drugs Prevention and Treatment Coordinator Geoff is certified in Moral Reconation Therapy. He is certified by Chestnut Health Systems as a Regional Trainer for the Global Appraisal of Individual Needs (GAIN) family of screening and assessment instruments and in Advanced Clinical Interpretation of the GAIN. In his current position he has been the Project Director/Project Manager for two Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) Center for Substance Abuse Treatment ( CSAT) grants. He is presently the King County Washington Screening, Brief Intervention and Referral to Treatment (SBIRT) program coordinator for King County working to integrate SBIRT into primary care settings, emergency departments, community mental health clinics and with youth. 30 years of experience in teaching/training adults include adjunct faculty at Central Washington University, Eastern Washington State University, City University and several community colleges Began work with SBIRT programs 2003. Currently the SBIRT Program Coordinator or King County Washington