Health Services

Mental Health Clinic

What We Do

We provide voluntary mental health care for Active-Duty Members, Cadets, and Prep School students.
We provide:
  • Individual Therapy
  • Group Therapy
  • Psychological Testing
  • Medication Management
  • Outreach
Walk-ins for those in crisis or imminent risk for safety are welcome between 7:30 a.m. and 4:00 p.m.
Please call 911 or visit the nearest Emergency Room outside of normal operation hours.  

Who We Serve

Active Duty Members, Cadets, and Prep School students.

Getting Care

Emergency Mental Health Care

What is a mental health emergency?

You have an emergency if you or the patient are:
  • At immediate risk of serious harm to self or others
  • At immediate risk of serious harm due to self-mutilation (actual or threatened)
  • At immediate risk of serious harm to others to include threatening behaviors or significant verbal threat to the safety of others
  • Experiencing hallucinations directing harm to self or others
  • Experiencing the onset of disorganized, agitated behavior that interferes with activities of daily living
When you have a mental health emergency:
  • Call 911 or go to the nearest emergency room
  • You don't need prior authorization to seek emergency care at an Emergency Room
  • Active Duty Service Members and Cadets who are admitted for care in an Emergency Room, should inform their leadership and their leadership should contact the command post as soon as possible. All other beneficiaries should contact Health Net Federal Services (844-866-9378) within 24 hours or the next business day.

Non-Emergency Mental Health Care

Active Duty Service Members and Cadets/Cadet Candidates

Contact us directly at 719-333-5177 to receive care. If needing immediate care, walk-ins are accepted between 7:30 a.m. and 4:00 p.m.
 
Non-emergent mental health care outside of the Military Treatment Facility for all active-duty personnel requires a referral from the Mental Health Clinic OIC.  If a referral is written to receive network care, visit www.tricare-west.com to access your authorization document.

If no referral authorization is visible, contact 10th Medical Group Referral Management to determine whether your referral is still in-progress. Additional information on the referral process is available on the Referral Support Page or via the 10 MDG Referral Guide.

All Other Beneficiaries (Non-Active Duty TRICARE Prime, TRICARE Plus, TRICARE for Life)

Prior authorization or referrals are not required for any outpatient mental health services (except psychoanalysis) and substance use disorder (SUD) care. This includes services like therapy and counseling.

If you choose a provider outside the network, you may pay higher costs. Visit the TRICARE West Region Provider Directory to ensure your receive care within the network. For psychoanalysis or care from an institutional provider outside of a military hospital or clinic, you must get a referral for non-emergency mental health and SUD care. 
 
If a referral is written to receive network care, visit www.tricare-west.com to access your authorization document.  If no referral authorization is visible, contact 10th Medical Group Referral Management to determine whether your referral is still in-progress.
 
Additional information on the referral process is available on the Referral Support Page or via the 10 MDG Referral Guide.

Automated Neuropsychological Assessment Metrics (ANAM)

To schedule your ANAM, contact us by phone at 719-333-5177. ANAM is a computer-based, cognitive assessment tool that provides a baseline assessment of:

  • Attention
  • Memory
  • Thinking Ability
ANAM assessments are conducted prior to deployment and can be used by doctors to identify and monitor changes in brain function before and after a traumatic brain injury. By itself, ANAM does not diagnose any medical condition. 

Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention and Treatment (ADAPT)

We provide comprehensive services to individuals who are experiencing problems attributed to substance abuse or misuse.
Objectives of the program are to: Promote readiness, health and wellness through the prevention and treatment of substance misuse and abuse.
We serve active-duty personnel, as well as prep school students and one-time evaluations for Government Civilians (on a case-by-case basis), by offering assessment, intervention education, prevention, outreach, and substance abuse treatment. Visit this page or contact us at 719-333-5177/1338 for more details.

Family Advocacy

Contact us at 719-333-5270 or visit our page for more details.

Contact Us

Phone

Community Center
719-333-5177
Sijan (Cadets)
719-333-1338
Access to Care Line
719-524-2273, Option 1
Emergencies
911 in Case of Mental Health Emergency
Command Post
719-333-2633

Hours

Monday–Friday
7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Walk-ins
7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
After Hours Care
800-874-2273, Option 1 or
https://mhsnurseadviceline.com

Locations

Community Center
Community Center Dr., Bldg 5136
Sijan Hall (Cadets)
2348 Sijan Dr., Ste 2A13

Mental Health Resources

Veterans Crisis Line

CONUS
988, Press 1
Text 838255


OCONUS
Europe844-702-5495 or DSN 988
Pacific: 844-702-5493 or DSN 988
Asia: 855-422-7719 or DSN 988

Open to all service members and veterans, even if not enrolled in VA benefits or health care. Long distance or overseas charges may apply. Learn More

Military OneSource

Call 1-800-342-9647

InTransition Program

Call 1-800-424-7877
Email
Live Chat

Psychological Health Resource Center | 24/7

Call 1-866-966-1020

 


Helpful Links

Related Links

Online

Specialty Care Referral Instructions
Referral Support Page
Guide to Navigate Referrals
10 MDG Referral Guide
TRICARE Benefits/Referral Authorizations
www.tricare-west.com
Update DEERS Contact Info
https://idco.dmdc.osd.mil/idco/

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