The Child, Adolescent & Family Behavioral Health System(CAFBHS) serves as the Army Surgeon General’s lead agent for developing, implementing and sustaining programs that create a behavioral health system of care (BHSOC) promoting healthy, strong Children and Families. Using evidence-based interventions and standardized outcome measures, services are coordinated and integrated with IMCOM and FORSCOM resources using a Public Health Model.
In addition, the CAFBHS provides evidence-based interventions and training programs for primary care clinicians in the evaluation and management of common BH disorders, strategies to promote resiliency, and adaptive ways of coping with military life stressors; reviews and disseminates implementation of policies, initiatives, programs, and evidence-based practices; and centralizes and standardizes data collection for needs identification, outcome measurement and performance improvement
Provide integrated Behavioral Health systems of care to achieve optimal social, emotional and behavioral functioning in Army Children and Families.
Child and Family Behavioral Health Services vary at each installation. Contact your local military medical treatment facility behavioral health office for local access and information.