• Behavioral Health Optimization Program (BHOP) (813-827-CARE)
The primary goal of BHOP is to improve the quality of behavioral healthcare through improved access to behavioral healthcare for all beneficiaries. BHC services are appropriate for use with a wide range of problems, to include, but not limited to; individuals experiencing the stresses of daily living (family conflicts, job stress, grief, or life-planning issues), those with mental health conditions (depression, anxiety, or anger issues) and those with chronic medical conditions (pain, insomnia, diabetes).
• Mental Health Clinic (813-827-9170)
Mental Health promotes resiliency and suicide prevention. Services include, group, and psycho educational treatment for stress, anxiety, depression, anger management, adjustment difficulties, post-traumatic stress and other psychological concerns. Psychotropic medication assessments and management are also available.
• Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention and Treatment/ADAPT (813-827-9170/9171)
The ADAPT Program provides voluntary and referral substance abuse prevention, education, assessments and outpatient treatment to the adult population.
• Family Advocacy Program (813-827-9172)
The Family Advocacy Program is designed to identify report, assess, and treat family maltreatment (child/spouse abuse) by providing clinical intervention for victims, offenders, and family members.
• Domestic Abuse Victim Advocate (813-827-9172)
Our Domestic Abuse Victim Advocate, (DAVA), provides emotional support, safety planning, and Civilian Protection Order assistance for victims of domestic abuse. The DAVA also provides Information and referrals on obtaining Military or Civilian Orders of Protection, informing you of your rights, safety concerns, and of other military and community resources. For after-hours crisis support 813-279-1320.
• New Parent Support Program (813-827-9172)
The New Parent Support Program (NPSP) provides personalized home visits to build confidence in all aspects of parenting. This program targets prenatal mothers and families with children through age 3. NPSP Nurse assists with developmental play, feeding, sleep routines, behavior challenges and more.
• Health Promotion Services - Formerly the HAWC (813-828-4739/4885)
Provide a top quality, one-stop, state-of-the-art Health Promotion program to increase military readiness, reduce health risks, decrease health care demands and enhance quality of life. Stop by for a blood pressure check, relax in our massage chair, use our exercise equipment, browse our resource library, or get a free mini chair massage. Attend a program for healthy weight, tobacco cessation, disease prevention, supplement safety, efficient running, sports nutrition or fitness for pregnancy. Join us at our outreach events including unit Fit Stops, CC Call briefings, and our base-wide challenges and events. •
• Healthcare to Health (H2H) (813-827-9405)
Healthcare to Health promotes multiple initiatives aimed at making healthy lifestyles the norm throughout the Air Force community. Our lifestyle coaches facilitate weekly educational classes and group support for retirees and family members. If you are looking to adopt a healthier lifestyle, manage weight, reduce or reverse health risks like high blood sugar or cholesterol, consider joining one of our Group Lifestyle Balance classes held in both MacDill and Brandon locations.
Through our 5210 Healthy Military Children initiative we provide family consultation to assist children in adopting recommended healthy behaviors that positively impact future weight and related health concerns. We also provide speakers and educational materials on a variety of health and motivation topics for adults and kids as well as training to staff working with youth on base and throughout the community.
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