U.S. Army Medical Department, Fort Drum NY
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Behavioral Health

 

Behavioral Health
Building P36

Hours of Operation
Monday - Friday
7:30 am to 3:30 pm
 

The Fort Drum Behavioral Health Department (BHD) in conjunction with the Fort Drum/Samaritan Behavioral Health Clinic (a satellite clinic) provides comprehensive mental health services, i.e., psychiatry, psychology and social work services, and substance abuse/dependence services for all Active Duty Soldiers. Specific clinics within the Behavioral Health Department include the Army Substance and Abuse Program, Behavioral Health Clinic, and Social Work Services. These services work in conjunction with Fort Drum programs such as the Army Community Services, Division Behavioral Health assets, Installation Chaplaincy and the Suicide Prevention Program to provide behavioral health evaluation and treatment to Soldiers and Family Members. Please check on the appropriate clinic links for clinic-specific information and services.


Behavioral Health Department Core Services:

  • Behavioral Health Counseling – Individual and Group
  • Medication Management
  • Tele-Behavioral Health Services
  • Alcohol and Substance Abuse Treatment
  • Social Work Services
  • Daily Walk-in Service to Assess for Urgent Behavioral Health Issues

After Hours Emergency Services (Holidays and Weekends) Before 9:00 pm: Acute Care Clinic, (315)772-5236

After 9:00 pm: Samaritan Medical Center Emergency Department, (315)785-4100

24 Hour Crisis Line: (315)785-4516


National Suicide Prevention Hotline: 1-800-273-8255

 

Clinic Telephone Numbers
Appointments (315)772-2778

 

Important Links

 

Responsibility of Soldier Escort Memorandum  
North Country Network of Care for Behavioral Health External Link, Opens in New Window
Army Behavioral Health Web Site External Link, Opens in New Window
Jefferson County Mental Health External Link, Opens in New Window

Depression Flyer