Child and Family Behavioral Health Services
CAFBHS is located in the WINN Army Community Hospital as well as has a satellite office at Tuttle Army Community Hospital. CAFBHS provides outpatient behavioral health care to children, adolescents, and adult family members of active duty and retirees with a broad range of social, emotional and behavioral problems. Services include consultation, individual and group therapy, marriage and family therapy, psychoeducation, prevention services, medication management and psychological testing. The CAFBHS clinic also has behavioral health providers embedded in all of the on post schools to serve dependent children in their natural environment and reduce school absences. No referral is necessary but is optional from either a Primary Care Manager or School Counselor. This clinic does not currently accept walk-in appointments. Please call the CAFBHS front desk at either WINN or Tuttle to check on availability of appointments.
School Behavioral Health Program (SBH):
SBH is an extension of CAFBHS and is located in the school setting. The SBH program enhances the school climate and broadly promotes mental health, wellness, and school success by delivering a range of health promoting and preventive interventions to address the emotional and behavioral difficulties as well as the unique stressors of Military life. SBH is offered to military dependents who have a broad range of emotional, behavioral and social problems. To qualify for services the child is required to attend an on-post school and be enrolled in TRICARE PRIME.