Behavioral Health

The Behavioral Health Department continues to provide counseling services to military members and their families. Services are being conducted in-person or via phone, Monday-Friday 0730-1630. Groups, workshops and classes are being offered with limited group sizes. Visit us at the C.A.A.R.E. Center (Bldg 216) or call 808-257-7780/8803 to schedule an appointment.

Family Advocacy Program
The Family Advocacy Program (FAP) is dedicated to the prevention, education, reporting, intervention and treatment of domestic violence and child abuse. We provide a variety of programs and services to military members and their families to enhance life skills and improve their quality of life.

Our highly-qualified, licensed clinical staff is trained in family violence and are available to provide counseling and intervention services at your request. To speak with FAP, call 808-257-7780/8803. To speak with the 24/7 Abuse Hotline call 808-216-7175.

Community Counseling Program
Licensed and experienced counselors are here to assist with the challenges that can affect your emotional well being, relationships, family life and military readiness. Services are confidential, within the limits of the law, and counseling records are not kept permanently or as part of your medical record. For more information or to schedule an appointment please call, 808-257-7780.

New Parent Support Program
The New Parent Support Program (NPSP) is a professional team of licensed counselors, therapists, social workers and nurses who focus on providing one-on-one support for new and expectant parents. Home visitations are modified and conducted on a case by case basis due to current COVID-19 restrictions. Our staff is conducting phone and walk-in consultations, Monday-Friday 0800-1600 in accordance with COVID-19 guidelines. To schedule a consultation, call 808-257-8803.

Sexual Assault Prevention & Response Program
The SAPR program can be reached 24 hours a day, 7 days a week by calling the MCBH 24/7 to the Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Line. Or the DoD Safehelpline. If you or someone you know has experienced sexual assault, you are not alone. Help and support is available.

Substance Abuse Counseling Center
The Substance Abuse Counseling Center (SACC) serves active-duty Marines, active-duty Sailors assigned to Marine units, and family members 18 and over. An individual can either self-refer to the center, which is encouraged, or a referral can be command directed. Call us at 808-257-2456 for assistance.

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