Behavioral Health

 

Mission

The mission of the Moncrief Department of Behavioral Health (DBH) is to ensure the delivery of comprehensive prevention, consultative and treatment-focused behavioral health services of the highest quality to all Moncrief beneficiaries to reduce the negative impact of mental illness and to maximize readiness of the force.

 

Vision

Your Behavioral Health Clinic of Choice transforming positive patient experiences into healthy lifestyles and optimal performance.

 

Services Offered

Moncrief DBH currently has five multifaceted clinics:

  • Community Behavioral Health Services (CBHS): 751-5911, TMC, Bldg 4575
  • Joint Behavioral Health Services (JBHS): 751-2513/2235, 7th Floor
  • Child and Family Behavioral Health Services: 751-2513/2235, 7th Floor
  • Family Advocacy Program (FAP): 751-0598, 7th Floor
  • Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP): 751-2157, 7th Floor 

 

Service Details

Joint Behavioral Health Service /
MULTI-D Team A 
Phone (803-751-2513 or 803-751-2235)
Located on 7th floor, bldg. 4500

 

Provides direct behavioral health treatment to active duty service members assigned to Fort Jackson, SC. As available provides behavioral health treatment to adult family members and retired service members.

 

Services include:
Comprehensive Assessments
Medication management
Psychological testing
Individual therapy
Group therapy
In/out processing
Tele-Behavioral Health 

Substance Use Disorder Clinical Care 

 

Community Behavioral Health
Service / MULTI-D Team B 
Phone (803-751-5911)
Located in the Mcwethy TMC, bldg. 4575

 

Provides behavioral health services to the following personnel: trainees, active duty service members, TDY personnel assigned for training. As available provides behavioral health treatment to adult family members and retired service members.

 

Services include:
Walk-in services for acute care
Comprehensive Assessments
Medication management
Psychological testing
Individual therapy
Group therapy
Command consultation
Commander Directed Evaluations
Substance Use Disorder Clinical Care 
 

 

Child And Family Behavioral Health
Phone (803-751-2513 or 803-751-2235)
Located on 7th floor, bldg. 4500

 

Provides direct behavioral health treatment services for children, adolescents, and family members of active duty service members. Support behavioral health consultation to Primary Care Managers, Schools, Community Agencies, and other mental health providers.

 

Family Advocacy Program (FAP) 
Phone (803-751-2513 or 803-751-2235)
Located on 7th floor, bldg. 4500

 

Provides behavioral health services to active duty service members and their families involved in alleged and substantiated cases of child abuse/neglect and domestic abuse.  Services include 24-hour emergency response service, identification, diagnosis, treatment, counseling, rehabilitation, follow-up. FAP also provides commanders with consultative services on family matters which may affect unit combat readiness.

 

Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)
Phone (803-751-2157)
Located on 7th floor, bldg. 4500

 

Provides an intermediate level of care that serves as a “step-up” from outpatient behavioral healthcare when the clinical need for more intensive treatment is warranted, and a “step-down” from inpatient treatment to a less restrictive care environment when clinically indicated.  The program is 5hrs a day, Monday-Friday for 5 consecutive weeks.   The IOP Core Components include:  group therapy, individual therapy, medication management, psycho-educational classes, and other adjunctive therapies/interventions such as nutrition counseling, financial counseling, mindfulness training, yoga, and anger and sleep management groups.   In addition, each patient continues to receive weekly individual therapy  with their current therapist.  Following conclusion of the program, each patient is enrolled in a 1hr aftercare IOP group for four weeks. 

 

Other Contacts

Military One Source at 1-800-342-9647

Wounded Soldier and Family Hotline at 1-800-984-8523

inTransition, a Mental Health Coaching & Support Program

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
1-800-273-TALK (8255) 

Veterans Crisis Line
1-800-273-8255 (select option #1)
OR send text to 0838255 

Emergency Contact Information 
 
If you are having a psychiatric emergency, call 911 or if calling from a mobile phone on Fort Jackson, call 803-751-9111.
  National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
1-800-273-TALK
 

Veterans Crisis Line
1-800-273-8255 (select option #1)
OR send text to 0838255
 

 

Contact Information 
Phone: 803-751-2513/2235/5911 
Administrative Office: 803-751-0217
Hours:

Mon - Fri: 7:30 a.m. - 4:15 p.m.

Location:

4500 Stuart Street, 7th Floor
Ft. Jackson, SC 29207