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Mental Health Clinic

The Mental Health Clinic provides psychological care, education, and outreach and prevention services for active duty members, dependents and anyone eligible for care at the 31st Medical Group. The clinic is open Monday through Friday from 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., and closed on federal holidays and wing family days.

Location: Bldg. 108, Area 1
DSN 632-5321
Comm: +39-0434-30-5321

PRP Resiliency Clinic
The Personnel Reliability Program Resiliency Clinic offers services for everyday life stressors and behavioral health problems. PRP members can call directly for an appointment or get a referral from their primary care manger.

Location: PRP/Flight Medicine Clinic, Area F
DSN 632-5516
Comm: +39-0434-30-5516

Behavioral Health Optimization Program
The Behavioral Health Optimization Program offers assistance with everyday life stressors and behavioral health problems.  Individuals may call directly for an appointment or get a referral from their primary care manager.

Location: Family Medicine Clinic, Area 1
DSN 632-5000
Comm: +39-0434-30-5000

Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention Treatment
Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention Treatment offers assessment, prevention and treatment of substance related disorders.

Location: Bldg. 108, Area 1
DSN 632-5321
Comm: +39-0434-30-5321

Exceptional Family Member Program

Family Support Assists families in navigating as well as connecting with community/family support services. Services include information and referral (before, during and after PCS) to a base, off base, local, state and federal services. Events, Seminars and programs are also offered to focus on special needs issues - to help families become better advocates for themselves.

Location: A&FRC, Bldg. 1431, Area F
DSN 632-5407
Comm: +39-0434-30-5407

Sexual Assault Prevention & Response Program

Stand Down Day
Combined with Wingman Day to encourage bystander intervention/teambuilding/small group discussion on prevention of sexual assault. Currently conducting ongoing small group training sessions to meet the training requirement for those who were unable to attend Stand Down Day

FTAC Briefing
Hold small group, informal discussions with every FTAC class for 1 hour to discuss SAPR program, sexual assault prevention, safe dating, bystander intervention, responsible drinking and importance of a wingman.

Right Start Briefs
Hold weekly briefings with every Right Start class to discuss SAPR program.

Reintegration Briefs
Hold briefings twice weekly with members returning from deployment to discuss SAPR program.

Key Personnel Briefs
Meet with all incoming CC's within 30 days of assumption of command to discuss local SAPR trends and provide program information.

CC Calls
Per request, provide SAPR information during CC calls.

Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM)
Every April host numerous base-wide events to boost awareness of sexual assault. The 2014 activities included: 5K run, self-defense class, t-shirt design contest, 3v3 basketball tournament, step aerobics class. The 2013 activities included: information booth, pledge tree, 5krun, self-defense class

Provide briefings for SNCOA with information regarding the SAPR program that is relevant to supervisors and SNCO's.

First Responder Training
Provide yearly training on SAPR to first responder groups: medical, legal, OSI and SFS.