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Health Services

Specialty Behavioral Health

Family Advocacy Program

Located primarily on the first floor of the Womack Health and Support Center (WHSC), the Army Community Center (ACS) and the Family Advocacy Program (FAP) provides 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.

Reporting Spouse, Child, Elder Abuse

Spouse Abuse

  • Provost Marshall Office: (910) 396-0391
  • Victim Advocate Hotline: (910) 396-5521/4175/1519
  • Cumberland County CARE Center: (910) 323-4187
  • Victim Advocate 24-Hour Hotline: (910) 322-3418
  • National Domestic Violence Hotline: 1-800-799-7233

Child and Elder Abuse

  • Local Law Enforcement
  • Cumberland County Department of Social Services: (910) 677-2450
  • Child Advocacy Center: (910) 486-9700
  • DSS/Adult Services: (910) 677-2450

Child, Adolescent and Family Behavioral Health System

The Child, Adolescent, & Family Behavioral Health System (CAFBHS) serves as the Army Surgeon General's leading agent for developing, implementing, and sustaining programs that create a Behavioral Health System of Care (BHSOC) promoting healthy, strong children and families. Services are coordinated and integrated with IMCOM and FORSCOM resources using a Public Health Model that uses evidence-based interventions and standardized outcome measures.

Outpatient Programs

BH Intensive Outpatient Program

Who: All service members who meet the requirements and are referred by their behavioral health provider.
What: Provides an intermediate level of care as either a step-up from outpatient behavioral health care or a step-down from inpatient care.
Where: East Bragg EBH, Building M-4234, Goldberg Street.

Phone: (910) 908-5322

Trauma Intensive Outpatient Program

Who: All service members who meet the requirements and are referred by their behavioral health provider.
What: Provides an intermediate level of care as either a step-up from outpatient behavioral health care or a step-down from inpatient care.
Where: East Bragg EBH, Building M-4234, Goldberg Street

Phone: (910) 908-5322

Sexual Assault Care Coordinator Outpatient Program

The Sexual Assault Care Coordinator (SAC-C) provides supportive services and crisis response for individuals who have been sexually assaulted. The SAC-C monitors the provision of care for victims of sexual assault until the completion of care related to the sexual assault. He or she also assists patients in planning for their safety and well-being, and collaborates with other professionals to ensure necessary appointments are scheduled as indicated by the individualized plan of care.

Specialty & Behavioral Health Treatment Groups

To learn more about the various treatment groups SPBH offers, please call Womack Health and Support Center (WHSC) or view the Treatment Group brochure.

Contact Us

Phone

(910) 908-5322

Spouse Abuse
Provost Marshall Office:
(910) 396-0391
Victim Advocate Hotline:
(910) 396-5521/4175/1519
Cumberland County CARE Center:
(910) 323-4187
Victim Advocate 24-Hour Hotline:
(910) 322-3418
National Domestic Violence Hotline:
1-800-799-7233
Child and Elder Abuse
Local Law Enforcement
Cumberland County Department of Social Services:
(910) 677-2450
Child Advocacy Center:
(910) 486-9700
DSS/Adult Services:
(910) 677-2450
BH Intensive Outpatient Program:
(910) 908-5322
Trauma Intensive Outpatient Program: 
(910) 908-5322

Location

East Bragg EBH, Building M-4234
Goldberg Street

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