BLDG 8742, Room 202
Monday - Thursday: 0800-1600
Military Crisis Line: DSN 118 or 00800-1273-8255 Confidential live chat for service members and veterans: http://veteranscrisisline.net
We have a provider daily that is assigned for emergency walk-ins.
-Child and Adult Psychologists
United States European Command
Bill of Rights for Behavioral Health Care
To all those associated with the U.S. European Command, let it be known that the members of this command, Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen, Marines, Civilians, Retirees, and Family Members, are fully and firmly dedicated to the principle of service to the nation over self. In due course, this command also realizes the responsibility of supporting the spiritual, mental, social, emotional and psychological well-being of its members. Thus, EUCOM is committed to providing our eligible service members, families and civilians with enhanced and holistic support worthy of their service and sacrifice.
It is understood that behavioral health, includes, but is not limited to, mental health, social work, childhood early intervention services, marriage and family counseling, chaplain services, substance and alcohol abuse services, and psychological health. These components of behavioral health support the goal of enhancing military readiness and resiliency, social and family functioning, and increasing quality of life. Members are entitled to the full range of Behavioral Health services and treatment appropriate for their particular concerns and/or needs as a part of a continuum of general health care. Note: All behavioral health appointments should be treated as a typical medical appointment.
As part of Behavioral Health services, members of this command have the right to:
Seek and receive behavioral health support to maintain fitness for duty without fear of stigma or discrimination.
Be taken seriously and to receive dignity and respect from leaders when seeking behavioral health services.
Receive behavioral health screening and treatment without automatically affecting security clearance solely on the basis of seeking care.
Be treated and/or transported in the least restrictive and safest mode as determined by the evaluating behavioral health provider.
Receive early intervention in addressing behavioral health issues.
Obtain adjusted work schedules to seek behavioral health services.
Be informed that there are limits to confidentiality.
Access their behavioral health records according to military regulations.