IMPACT — This is a 20-hour early intervention treatment program taught over a three- to five-day consecutive period.
Outpatient and Intensive Outpatient Treatment Programs — Lasts up to 12 working days. This formalized treatment program consists of educational workshops and individual and group counseling.
Continuing Care — This service is delivered via group and individual counseling for members who have completed a formalized inpatient or outpatient treatment program. Patients must contact the respective SARP to schedule an appointment for entrance into this program.
Programs also include facilitation of command outreach, General Military Training and referral assistance.
For more information, call 860-694-4837.
TRICARE is the Department of Defense’s health benefits program designed to allow family members of active-duty personnel and retirees and their family members under the age of 65 to choose a medical plan that fits their family’s needs. In 2004, TRICARE North Region was established for eligible military health care beneficiaries in 13 states including Connecticut. To find out more about TRICARE, call 877-874-2273 or visit your local TRICARE Service Center at 220 Route 12, Suite 6, Groton, CT 02340. Hours of operation are 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday.
The current medical facility was opened at Naval Submarine Base New London on April 1, 1974, when it was a naval submarine medical center. The facility became Naval Hospital Groton in 1983. In 1998, it joined with Naval Hospital Newport and Naval Medical Clinic Portsmouth to be called “Naval Health Care New England.” In 1998, inpatient care was discontinued and the clinic became the Navy’s first free-standing ambulatory surgical center. On Oct. 1, 2006, under guidance from the Bureau of Medicine and Surgery, the clinic name officially changed to Naval Branch Health Clinic Groton.