Published January 12, 2016
MENTAL HEALTH FLIGHT
Welcome to the 51st Medical Group Mental Health Flight. Together, our team includes 7 providers, 9 mental health technicians, and 3 support staff personnel that work together to support more than 4 thousand visits annually. Our multiple clinics and programs are available to over 15.4 thousand beneficiaries. The Mental Health Clinic offers a variety of services including crisis intervention, individual counseling, group therapy, psycho-educational skill training, outreach and prevention, and consultation to commanders. Help is available for a variety of concerns including anxiety, depression, grief, stress from deployment (any phase of the deployment cycle), and care for more severe mental illness diagnoses. No referrals are needed, but the individual wanting assistance must make their own appointment.
HOW TO MAKE AN APPOINTMENT
Contact the MH Clinic, FAP, or ADAPT by phone at 784-2148 or walk in to obtain an orientation package. An intake appointment will be scheduled, usually within one week. Urgent/same day appointments are also available for emergency situations.
Services are available for active duty members and command sponsored dependents. Services may be available for all other beneficiaries on a space available basis.
EMERGENCY MENTAL HEALTH CARE (AFTER HOURS):
In case of an emergency after hours, please call or present to the Emergency Department at 784-2500, call 911, or the crisis hotline: (118) if on base or (1-800-273-TALK). Additional resources include the Chaplains (784-5000), Security Forces (911 or 784-5515), or the Command Post (784-7000).
Military OneSource Wounded Warrior Resource Call Center - 1-800-342-9647
Suicide Prevention Hotline - 1-800-273-TALK (8255); or dial 118 from an on-base phone
National Institute of Mental Health
Leader's Guide to Managing Personnel in Distress
Stress Management Module
ALCOHOL AND DRUG ABUSE PREVENTION AND TREATMENT PROGRAM
provides education, prevention, outreach, assessment and treatment for the Osan Air Base community. Services provided within ADAPT is comprised of detailed substance abuse assessment, alcohol brief counseling, individual counseling, aftercare services, as well as referrals to outside agencies for outpatient care, inpatient care or detoxification.
Substance Abuse & Mental Health Services Administration
Straight Facts about Alcohol and Drug Abuse
National Institute on Drug Abuse
THE FAMILY ADVOCACY PROGRAM
The Family Advocacy Program is dedicated to domestic violence prevention, spousal, and child abuse prevention, education, prompt reporting, intervention and treatment. Family Advocacy staff work closely and collaboratively with commands, military law enforcement personnel, medical staff personnel, chaplains, and civilian organizations to promote the prevention and early identification of family violence and help military families develop healthier relationships. View the Family Advocacy Program's classes, events, and services on the Osan Family Advocacy Facebook page.
Mental Health Clinic, ADAPT Program and FAP - 784-2148
Health and Wellness Center - 784-9201
Chaplain's Office - 784-5000
Medical Appointments - 784-3627
Military and Family Life Consultants - 784-5440 SARC - 784-7272