Department of Behavioral Health

Mission and Vision

The Department of Behavioral Health provides world class, comprehensive (inpatient, outpatient) behavioral health support to Warriors and their Families throughout the Army Forces Generation cycle.

Provided Services

Child and Family Behavioral Health Services - Provides accessible, timely Behavioral Health services to military children and families through consultation and collaboration with PCMs.

Hospital Behavioral Health Services - Provides Soldiers increased care through inpatient services, intensive outpatient programs, and the use of tele-behavioral health services.

Soldier Behavioral Health Services - The Soldier Behavioral Health Services provides psychological and consultation services as appropriate to maintain the behavioral health of Active Duty personnel.

Family Advocacy Program - FAP is a vigorous proactive program to prevent spouse and child abuse and encourage the reporting of all incidents of abuse, ensure prompt assessments and investigation of all reports, and provides safety for victims of abuse, and supportive services and treatment for victims, family members and offenders. FAP coordinates the legal, law enforcement, social services and medical aspects of Family violence on the installation.

Strong Star - The South Texas Research Organizational Network Guiding Studies on Trauma and Resilience, or STRONG STAR, is a multidisciplinary and multi-institutional research consortium funded by the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) to develop and evaluate the most effective early interventions possible for the detection, prevention, and treatment of combat–related posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) in active–duty military personnel and recently discharged veterans.

Additional Resources

Overview

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The CRDAMC Department of Behavioral Health (DBH) is comprised of three major sub-departments: SOLDIER Behavioral Health Services; Hospital Behavioral Health Services, Child and Family Behavioral Health Services and the Family Advocacy Program. Through these major sub-departments, CRDAMC DBH provides comprehensive behavioral healthcare through flexible, tailored services that support all phases of the ARFORGEN process. These services include: acute/walk-in evaluations, individual therapy, group therapy, medication management, psychological testing, pre/post deployment screening, SRP evaluations, chapter and command-directed evaluations, command consultations, MEB evaluations, forensic (706) evaluations, inpatient care, virtual behavioral health (VBH), an Addiction Medicine Intensive Outpatient Program (AM IOP), the Psychological Health Intensive Outpatient Program (PHIOP), an intensive outpatient program for the treatment of Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), child/adolescent services, and marriage/couples and family therapy.


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