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Psychological health

 Short-term, solution-focused support to members who are experiencing an interpersonal difficulty(i.e., marital distress, work related difficulties, adjustment pre/post deployment, etc.)

Assessment and referral to providers in the community

Crisis support

Consultation

Case Management

Education

Contact

Sonya Bilski, LMSW, CAADC, BCD

Phone: 269-969-3309

DSN: 580-3309

Cell: 269-967-2484

Email: sonya.n.bilski.civ@mail.mil
 

psychological health Program Goals

Goal 1: Improve the mental health of the entire beneficiary population

Goal 2: Ensure ready access to safe and effective mental health care system

 

Goal 3: Improve value of mental health care delivery through standardization of process and sharing of resources

 

Goal 4: Maximize the mental health readiness of the fight force

confidentiality

All DPH case files are protected by
the Privacy Act as well as the Health Insurance and Portability and Accountability Act (HIPPA).

DPHs have a presumption of non-notification.

Situations in which information may be released without consent:

  • Harm to self or others
  • Child, Elder, or Spousal maltreatment
  • Harm to mission
  • Special personnel (i.e., PRP)
  • Acute Mental Health Conditions interfering with duty
  • Admission to a Substance Abuse Treatment Program or Inpatient Psychiatric Treatment
  • Crime or fraud

Other Resources

 Military OneSource 1-800-342-9647

Military Crisis Line 1-800-273-8255,        Press 1

 

Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors (TAPS)

1-800-959-8277

 

Battle Creek VA Medical Center

5500 Armstrong Rd.

Battle Creek, MI 49037

269-966-5600

 

Grand Rapids Vet Center

2050 Breton Road, SW

Grand Rapids, MI 49546

616-285-5795

 

Chaplain Office: 269-969-3371

DSN: 580-3371

 

SARC Office: 269-969-3337

DSN: 580-3337