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Mental Health

Employee Assistance Program for Federal Employees (Federal Occupational Health)

Personal and family problems can diminish your health, your happiness, and your ability to be at your best for yourself and your family. With the help of your Employee Assistance Program (EAP), provided by Federal Occupational Health, you can resolve these problems and become happier, healthier, and even more effective at home and at work. Services include EAP Orientations, counseling services, financial and legal consultation, Health and Wellness assistance, crisis response.

FOH4You.com   (800) 222-0364

See also: https://foh.psc.gov/fohservices/bhs/eap.html

Attached flyer here for more information: Employee Assitance Program

Endeavors

The Steven A. Cohen Military Family Clinic at Endeavors, provides high-quality, accessible, and integrated mental health care to Veterans and their families regardless of role while in uniform, discharge status, or ability to pay. The Military Family Clinic uses evidenced-based practices with a integrated approach to improving the quality of life for our Veterans and their families. Veterans and their family members are able to receive services individually and as a family unit at the same place with the same treatment team.The Military Family Clinic will also help connect Veteran families to additional future supports, e.g., housing programs, as necessary.

6363 De Zavala Road, Suite 300 San Antonio, Texas 78249
(210) 399-4838
https://www.endeavors.org/mfc-sanantonio/

Military OneSource

Offers multiple resources for Active Duty families including FREE PRIVATE NON-MEDICAL COUNSELING, SPECIALTY NEEDS CONSULTATION, Family & Relationships, Financial & Legal, Health & Wellness, Education and Employment, On & Off Base Living, Deployment & Transition. Each person we serve is on a journey through the military life cycle. We’re here to help, with robust online information and resources vetted by the Department of Defense. In addition, Military OneSource connects you to high-quality programs, services and products developed for military life. Turn to Military OneSource for tax services, spouse employment help, webinars and online training, relocation and deployment tools, and much more.

https://www.militaryonesource.mil/

(800) 342-9647

Network Behavioral Health Locator

Network Behavioral Health Locator

  1. Go to tricare.mil
  2. Click “Find a Doctor”
  3. Click “View All” under “All Providers Directory”
  4. Click link titled “East” under the Network Providers Box
  5. Search by Location
  6. Select “Behavioral Health”
  7. Choose the specialty drop down box appropriate for situation: (i.e. Psychiatry, Child & Adolescent Psychiatry, Psychologist, Social Worker, Counselor, etc.)
  8. Click Search – Then select a provider

One in Five Minds

One in Five Minds – Helping Military Children and Teens

The One in Five Minds campaign, sponsored by Clarity Child Guidance Center, was created to raise awareness about children’s mental illness, to break down stigma and to increase access to treatment. Many times parents and community members hesitate to speak up or to ask the important questions about mental illness because of stigmaOne in Five Minds’ goal is that no one will be afraid to speak about mental illness and that all children in Bexar County who need treatment will be able to access it.

https://www.1in5minds.org/military

Vogel Resiliency Center

Family Life Program, or FLP, team collaborates with:  Nutrition Coaching, Ready and Resiliency Performance Center, Family Life Chaplain, Personal Financial Counseling, Teaching Kitchen, Substance Abuse, Suicide Awareness and the Army Wellness Center.

The FLP assists in improving the quality of life for individuals and families. Parenting, marriage, leadership, team building, anger, stress, communication and other life skills are the focus of the program.

The no-cost workshops are learning experiences aimed at developing and strengthening resilience, communication, promoting healthy relationships, coping with life events and realizing personal potential.

The VRC is located at 2490 Stanley Road, building 367.  Registration is free and accepted in person at the VRC or over the phone at 210-221-0349. Vogel Resiliency Center Pamphlet