Mental Health Services

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Mental Health Services are all located in the 354th Medical Group, Building 3349, and include the Mental Health Clinic, Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention and Treatment (ADAPT) Program, and Family Advocacy Program. The Mental Health Clinic provides services for all activeduty members as well as family members and eligible Guard/Reserve members. Services include individual assessment and treatment for depression, anxiety, deployment issues, marital problems, work/home-related stress and substance abuse. Group treatment is also used to help skill building in such areas as stress and anger management. Call 907-377-3071 for an appointment.

The ADAPT program provides alcohol and drug abuse evaluation and treatment for military health care beneficiaries, as well as prevention education services and the base drug testing program. Call 907-377-3071 for more information.

The Family Advocacy Program promotes family health, welfare and morale. This is an Air Force program consisting of two components: family maltreatment and prevention, and outreach. Family Advocacy assesses suspected child and spouse maltreatment. Staff members conduct family assessments and provide treatment to base families. Call 907-377-4041/4042 for more information.

The Special Needs Identification and Assignment Coordination (SNIAC) process assists Air Force family members with special medical and/or educational needs. Family members with certain physical, emotional or educational needs, including individual education plans, are required to enroll. SNIAC coordinates overseas medical and educational clearances with gaining and losing bases. Sponsors are required to initiate a SNIAC file at the patient administration office if special needs exist. Call 907-377-6541 for more information.


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