KADENA MENTAL HEALTH FLIGHT

The Mental Health Flight consists of the Mental Health Clinic, Family Advocacy Program and the Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention and Treatment Program. All providers are credentialed and licensed social workers, psychologists and psychiatrists.

The Kadena Mental Health Clinic provides counseling and patient education services to the following populations:

Air Force 
· All active duty members and their dependents
· Retired members and their dependents: space available basis only
Army 
· Aerial Defense Artillery active duty and their dependents
· 505th Quartermaster Battalion active duty and their dependents
Navy
· Active duty members temporarily assigned or deployed to Kadena Air Base
Marine Corps
· Active duty members temporarily assigned or deployed to Kadena Air Base
DoD and DoDDS Civilians
· Civilians and their dependents empanelled to the 18th MDG (space available basis)
Children
· Children require referrals from their pediatrician to be seen by the MHC

The Kadena Mental Health Flight Appointment Line is open from 0700-1700 hrs, Mon -Thu and 0730 -1630 hrs on Fri day (excluding Federal Holidays, PACAF Family Days and Down Days). For appointments and for answers to your mental health, family advocacy and ADAPT care questions, please call us at:
Cell: 098-960-4817 (Ext 2, then Ext 2)
On Base: 630-4817 (Ext 2, then Ext 2)

Mental Health Referrals:
· Self-Referral: Adults from the above populations may self-refer to the Mental Health Clinic by calling the clinic phone number listed below.
· Pediatrician Referral: Children must be referred by a pediatrician to be seen by child psychiatry (medication management)
· All referrals must be approved by the child psychiatrist prior to making an appointment
· Primary Care Manager Referral: PCMs can refer voluntary patients to the MHC
· All referrals must be approved by a MHC provider

For Mental Health Emergencies:
The Kadena Mental Health Clinic provides walk-in service for emergency purposes during our normal duty hours (Mon - Thu 0700 - 1700 hrs and Fri 0730 - 1630 hrs). For after-hours emergencies on base, please call 911 from a base land line. Off base land-lines may call 938-1111, wait for the dial tone and then 911. Cell phones may call (098) 938-1111, wait for the dial tone then 911. After-hours emergency mental health services are conducted by the Emergency Room at the U.S. Naval Hospital Okinawa located at Camp Foster.

The Kadena Family Advocacy Program provides maltreatment prevention, outreach and treatment services to the following populations:

Air Force
· All active duty members and their dependents
· Retired members and their dependents: space available basis
Army 
· All active duty members and their dependents
· Retired members and their dependents: space available basis
DoD and DoDDS Civilians
· SOFA status civilians and their dependents not otherwise affiliated with a particular branch of service who work on Kadena Air Base, Camp Hansen, Camp Schwab, Camp Courtney, Camp McTurreous and Camp Shields - space available basis
· DoDDS civilians and their dependents who work on Kadena Air Base - space available basis

The Kadena Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention and Treatment (ADAPT) Program provides substance abuse prevention, education and treatment services to the following populations:

Air Force
· All active duty members and their dependents
· Retired members and their dependents: space available basis
General Schedule (GS) and Non-Appropriated Funds (NAF) Employees:
· Civilians and their dependents empanelled to the 18th MDG can be seen for an initial evaluation on space available basis

Other ADAPT Resources:
· ARMY (ASAP): 644-4926
· NAVY/Marine (SARD): 646-9520 or 646-9521
· Airman Against Drunk Driving (AADD): 634-2233
· Military One Source: www.militaryonesource.com
· Okinawa 12 Step AA Meetings (Alcohol Anonymous): www.12stepokinawa.com
· Leadership Pathways: http://www.kadena.af.mil/kadenaleadershippathways.asp
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Other Helping Agencies:
· Military and Family Life Consultants (MFLCs):
          · Provide non-medical short-term, situational problem solving counseling to service members and their families
          · Services are provider to individuals, couples, families, and groups
                    · Office: 634-3915, 634-4451
                    · Cell phone: 090-8518-0939, 080-3929-2486
· Kadena Chaplain:  634-1288
· Airmen and Family Readiness Center (A&FRC):
          · Offers information about adapting to life in Okinawa, relocation resources, employment, TAPS, deployment issues, financial management, etc.
                    · Open M-F 0700-1700
                    · 634-3366
· Families Over Coming Under Stress (FOCUS):  www.focusproject.org       Phone: 645-6077

TRICARE ONLINE
TRICARE Online features secure access to beneficiary appointments, prescriptions, and personal health data. To register go towww.tricareonline.com click on the "Register Now on TOL" link located under the Login area on the Home page. From there, follow the instructions to complete your account registration.

PHARMACY INFORMATION
Mandatory Call-in Refills:
 Prescriptions called in before 1600 hrs should be ready for pick-up the next duty day after 1000 hrs.
          643-1111 (On Base) -- Option 1, then Option2
          098-911-5111 (Cell Phone) -- Wait for dial tone then dial 634-1111, Option 1, then Option 2
If your phone just rings and the system does not answer, all lines may be full. Please try again later. If you continue to have difficulty, please call us at 630-4368 

Thank you for your continued support as we try to better serve you! 

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Updated April 2016