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Mental Health

- Clinic Description:

The 36 MDG Mental Health Flight is comprised of the following elements: Alcohol and Drug Abuse and Treatment Program (ADAPT), Mental Health (MH) and Family Advocacy Program (FAP). We have 4 active duty providers (3 Clinical Social Workers and 1 Clinical Psychologist), 1 civilian FAP Clinical Counselor, FAP Educator, New Parent Support Home Visitor and FAP Administrative Assistant. ADAPT provides assessment and treatment of alcohol abuse/dependence for AD personnel. ADAPT also provides education and prevention services to the base population. Provide care for approximately 1,200 beneficiaries


- Description of Services Offered:

Mental Health services include:
initial assessment, risk/safety assessments, on-going counseling and psychotherapy for AD personnel. Commander directed evaluations, MTI/MTL assessments and pre-/post-deployment ANAM testing are also provided via the Mental Health Clinic. Walk-in mental health services are available from 0800-1700hrs Monday through Friday. The Mental Health Clinic is closed each Friday from 0800-1000 for training.

Family Advocacy Program services include:
initial assessment and treatment for allegations of child or partner maltreatment, neglect, and clinical case management. Other services include: life skills education (anger/stress management, etc.), parenting classes and limited couples counseling. The FAP educator is responsible for training Key Leadership, base agencies, DODEA personnel, and coordinating FAP outreach activities. New Parent Support Program offers home visitation to expecting and new parents of children 0 to 3 years of age.

- Hours of Operation:

Mon-Thurs 0800-1700 Fri 1000-1700

- Clinic Phone Number:

Mental Health/ADAPT clinic Phone: 366-5127
Family Advocacy Clinic: 366-5167

NO EMERGENCY SERVICES AVAILABLE