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Child and Family Behavioral Health Service (CAFBHS)

Child and Family Behavioral Health Service (CAFBHS)

Tripler Child and Family Behavioral Health

 

Telephone 433-6418/7987
Second Floor, B Wing

CAFBHS provides outpatient behavioral health care (psychiatric, psychological and clinical social work) to child and adolescent dependents, to their families, and in a different clinical location, to adult family members, with a broad range of emotional, behavioral and social problems, as well as consultation to TAMC’s medical clinics and inpatient units. CAFBHS services are also available at TAMC and through outreach programs including the Child & Adolescent Telebehavioral Services and the School Behavioral Health Team (SBHT). The SBHT is a clinical outreach program of CAFBHS, operated in collaboration with the Department of Education, which provides comprehensive behavioral health (BH) services to military youth in select military-impacted schools and child development centers (CDCs) on Oahu. The SBHT focuses on activities to promote and enhance behavioral health care for Service Member Youth, including individual and group BH treatment, and BH promotion and prevention programs for students, parents and teachers.

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