Mental Health Services for Active Duty Military

Military-Friendly Care

Colonial Behavioral Health offers a variety of confidential outpatient services to active duty, veterans, and their families, including their children. Services are offered on an individual, group, and family-basis depending upon specific needs.

Our staff are trained and experienced in providing sensitive, compassionate and respectful services, including:

  • Pre- and post-deployment assessments;
  • Community and family reintegration support;
  • Coping skills for the transition to civilian life;
  • Prevention services for family support, parenting skills, divorce and youth concerns such as bullying and managing emotions; and
  • Any other services tailored to meet your specific needs.
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Military Friendly Care

Our Therapists Utilize Best Practice Techniques When Addressing:

  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Post-traumatic stress disorder
  • Trauma
  • Anger
  • Relationship issues

What is Military/Veteran Friendly?

Military/Veteran friendly provider are defined as having:

  • An identified military liaison to provide an easy transition into services; treating active duty service members, veterans and their family members as a priority population.
  • Clinical staff with direct experience or working knowledge of military culture, including training or practice in military cultural competence and trauma-informed care.
  • Clinical assessments that address trauma or other service-related experiences.
  • Linkage to the Virginia Department of Veterans Services, the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA medical centers) and local military installations/medical facilities.

Our Therapists Utilize Best Practice Techniques When Addressing:

  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Post-traumatic stress disorder
  • Trauma
  • Anger
  • Relationship issues

What is Military/Veteran Friendly?

Military/Veteran friendly provider are defined as having:

  • An identified military liaison to provide an easy transition into services; treating active duty service members, veterans and their family members as a priority population.
  • Clinical staff with direct experience or working knowledge of military culture, including training or practice in military cultural competence and trauma-informed care.
  • Clinical assessments that address trauma or other service-related experiences.
  • Linkage to the Virginia Department of Veterans Services, the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA medical centers) and local military installations/medical facilities.