The Mental Health Flight is comprised of three clinics including the Mental Health Clinic, the Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention and Treatment (ADAPT) clinic, and the Family Advocacy Program. Services offered include: individual therapy; couple’s therapy; group therapy and psychoeducational services; psychodiagnostic evaluation; psychotropic medications; commander and unit consultations; emergency and crisis intervention; case management; referrals to specialized clinical services, inpatient psychiatric hospitalizations, and intensive outpatient and partial hospitalization programs, and mental health outreach and prevention services. The Mental Health and ADAPT clinics only provide services to active duty personnel. Dependents and retirees can receive mental health and substance abuse treatment services through their primary care manager and the Behavioral Health Optimization Program, as well as through referrals to our civilian partners. All beneficiary categories may qualify for services offered in the Family Advocacy Program. 24-hour emergency mental health services are available by calling 911, going to the nearest Emergency Department, or by calling the National Suicide Prevention Line at 1-800-273-8255 (TALK). Unit commanders can receive after-hours mental health consultation services by contacting the on-call Mental Health provider through the Command Post at 660-687-3778.
ADAPT: Services offered include: substance abuse evaluation and treatment, referrals to inpatient and partial hospitalization programs; case management; aftercare services; and substance abuse outreach and prevention services.
Family Advocacy Program: Services offered include: family and couple’s counseling services; new parent support program, which enhances positive parenting and family wellness for families with children newborn to three years old; domestic violence and abuse victim advocacy services; domestic violence outreach and prevention services, including communication, anger management, parenting, conflict resolution, and stress management workshops and classes. Conditions typically treated include: mood disorders; anxiety disorders; posttraumatic stress disorder and other trauma- and stressor-related conditions; adjustment disorders; relationship problems; parent and child relationship problems; occupational problems; deployment-related problems; substance use disorders; motivational concerns; behavioral problems; and sleep disorders.