Department of Behavioral Medicine
The Department of Behavioral Medicine provides a broad range of behavioral health services to Fort Rucker community. The Evidence-based behavioral health services are used to optimize Soldiers' and families' behavioral readiness through assessment, treatment, and preventive efforts provided across multiple services and subspecialties.
Social Work Services (SWS) provides quality, accessible outpatient social work interventions to all eligible beneficiaries.
Family Advocacy Program (FAP) provides point of care for Child/Spouse Abuse, Domestic Violence, Elder Abuse, working closely with families.
Biofeedback is a treatment technique in which the individual learns to improve subjective well-being and health by using signals from the body. The trainee develops the ability to monitor his/her performance, make adjustments to internal systems and bring about improved functioning and focus.
In an infectious disease outbreak, when social distancing and self-quarantine are needed to limit and control the spread of the disease, continued social connectedness to maintain recovery are critically important. Virtual resources can and should be used during this time. This tip sheet describes resources that can be used to virtually support recovery from mental/substance use disorders . It also provides resources to help local recovery programs create virtual meetings.
Mon - Fri: 7:30 a.m. - 4:15 p.m.
301 Andrews Ave.
Fort Rucker, AL 36362