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Mental Health

The Mental Health Clinic provides psychological care, education, outreach, and prevention service for active duty members, dependents and anyone eligible for care at the 31st Medial Group. Therapeutic services include individual therapy, couples counseling, group therapy and psychological testing. No referral is needed to be seen. Individuals may schedule appointments over the phone or by walking-in.

Emergency Services

Emergency mental health evaluations are available to all walk-in patients during normal duty hours. After hours, emergency mental health services are available at the local hospital (Pordenone [Ospedale] Emergency Room).

Behavioral Health Optimization Program

The Behavioral Health Optimization Program (BHOP) offers solution-focused assistance for a wide variety of problems with a behavioral, emotional or psychological component. The BHOP provider works hand-in-hand with primary care managers to optimize behavioral health care in the Primary Care Clinics. Individuals may call the appointment line directly (ask for BHOP) or get a referral from their primary care manager.
Location: Family Medicine Clinic, Area 1

Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention and Treatment (ADAPT)

ADAPT offers assessment and treatment of potential substance-related disorders and can be utilized by all active duty members and dependents on a space-available basis. Individuals interested in services can contact the clinic Monday through Friday from 7:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Walk-in appointments are available as well.

In addition to assessment and treatment, the ADAPT clinic attempts to reduce the risk of substance-use behaviors through prevention and outreach services. This is accomplished through educational briefings and hands-on activities. If interested in including ADAPT in an event, contact the clinic for more information.
Location: Bldg. 108, Area 1

Family Advocacy

The Aviano Family Advocacy Program's (FAP) purpose is to prevent and treat family violence with the goal of providing services and programs which support mission readiness. A variety of classes and one-on-one services are available to all active duty members and their beneficiaries.

Health Promotions

The Aviano Health Promotion Flight offers programs that help individuals and squadrons better understand lifestyle decisions which can lead to healthier lifestyles. Individuals can self-refer or be referred by a provider.

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