Mental Health & Substance Abuse
The Department of Behavioral Health supports the Military Health System Integrated Behavioral Health System of Care in direct support of the Quadruple Aim (increased readiness, better health, better care, and lower cost).
A unified and ready behavioral health service line providing direct support to The Home of the Airborne and Special Operations Forces.
- Empower and care for our people
- Optimize operations across the Behavioral Health System of Care
- Deliver high quality outcome based behavioral health treatment
The COVID-19 posture has forced consolidation of all in-person outpatient behavioral health care on Fort Bragg to the Womack Health and Support Center (WHSC) located next to the main hospital.
Specialty Behavioral Health
Located primarily at the Womack Health and Support Center (WHSC), the Army Community Center (ACS) and the Family Advocacy Program (FAP) provide commanders with assistance in addressing the problems of spouse and child abuse. Additionally, it provides evaluations, assessments, and supportive services for individuals of spouse or partner abuse and children of abuse or neglect. Specialty Behavioral Health provides the following:
- Family Advocacy Program*
- Reporting spouse, child, elder abuse
- Child, adolescent and family behavioral health system
- Outpatient Programs
- Sexual Assault Care Coordinator
- Specialty behavioral health treatment groups
Service Member Behavioral Health
The Womack Service Member Behavioral Health Line has a longstanding reputation for providing quality services and programs to include: evaluation and management of psychotropic medications, individual and group psychotherapy, diagnostic evaluation and psychological testing, neuropsychological services, command evaluations, 24-hour on-call emergency care.
More information about service member behavioral health is available.
Behavioral health issues do not discriminate; they can occur in anyone’s life. Whether you are active duty, a Family member or other beneficiary; behavioral health care at Womack Army Medical Center is delivered in a compassionate manner designed to aid in recovery. Individual or group counseling is designed to help patients get through life’s behavioral challenges.
Womack's Department of Behavioral Health is comprised of two service lines, organized by the care recipients served and services offered. The Specialty Service Line provides care to military dependents, including children and adolescents. Also, the Specialty Behavioral Health Line (SpBH) is responsible for inpatient behavioral health care services and intensive outpatient (IOP) care for adults. The Service Member Behavioral Health Line provides general outpatient and sub-specialty behavioral health care for active duty, to include military specific occupational evaluations and command consultation.
Jointly, the Behavioral Health Service Lines are responsible for identifying, developing, monitoring, and refining clinical care, outcomes and applicable clinical pathways across the continuum of behavioral health care.
Internal Behavioral Health Consultants
Behavioral health consultants are located at patient-centered medical homes, Soldier-centered medical homes and community-based medical homes serving active duty, retirees and beneficiaries to provide brief assessment and behavioral health services in collaboration with the patient's Primary Care Manager (PCM).
For more information, see your PCM or call the Womack Appointment Line.