About us: The Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention and Treatment program office schedules, coordinates and conducts evaluations of active duty personnel involved in substance abuse incidents. They also directly oversee and implement treatment plans with individualized regimens for all active duty substance abuse clients. Such plans may include intensive outpatient rehabilitation and individual or group counseling sessions. The ADAPT program also conducts alcohol and drug education and awareness briefings at a variety of venues on- and off-base.
Telephone: 605-385-6700, for appointments
About us: The Behavioral Health Optimization Program is available to all beneficiaries within the primary care clinics as a part of overall good health care. The purpose of this service is to offer assistance when habits, behaviors, stress, worry, or emotional concerns about physical or other life problems are interfering with someone's daily life. The Internal Behavioral Health Consultant is a mental health professional that is embedded in the Family Health Clinic, and simply adds another facet to your complete health care needs.
Location: 2900 Doolittle Drive, Ellsworth Air Force Base, South Dakota 57706, Building 6000
About us: Comprehensive dental care is provided for all active duty personnel. Dental sick call is at 7:30 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. Please arrive 15 minutes early to sign in. Periodic dental examinations are scheduled for active duty personnel through their Unit Health Monitor or by Dental Administrative staff. Follow-up appointments are made at the time of the periodic dental exam appointment or by calling the Dental Clinic. Notes: Treatment for dental emergencies, such as acute swelling, active bleeding, severe uncontrolled pain or trauma, during other than normal duty hours, can be accessed by calling 605-385-6700 for the dentist on call. Dental care for non-active duty personnel is extremely limited. Family members of active duty service members are strongly encouraged to enroll in the TRICARE Dental Program. Retirees and their family members are advised to enroll in the TRICARE Retiree Dental Program.
About us: We utilize specialized equipment and techniques to produce radiographs (X-rays) which is a type of medical imaging that utilizes ionizing radiation to produce an image for Radiologist interpretation. All exams and request are on a walk-in basis; an order placed by the Provider is required.
The Air Force Exceptional Family Member Program is designed to provide support to military family members with special needs. All branches of the military offer EFMP, and each Service includes a variety of personnel, medical and family support functions under the EFMP umbrella. Learn more about about the Exceptional Family Member Program.
Telephone: 605-385-3660, during duty hours for appointments or to report possible maltreatment
About us: The Family Advocacy Program specializes in the prevention, evaluation and treatment of family maltreatment through three program components: Family Maltreatment, Outreach and the New Parent Support Program. The Family Maltreatment component provides both consultation and treatment to families involved in family maltreatment, as well as consultation to commanders and first sergeants regarding an active duty personnel's involvement in a suspected or known case of family maltreatment, their subsequent treatment and prognosis, and safety issues of family members or victims.
The Outreach component provides education-based, family-related programs to military personnel and their beneficiaries. Briefings are conducted for commanders, first sergeants, other base agencies, and military personnel regarding family-related programs and services. Family education is offered through parenting classes, couples communication classes and support groups.
The New Parent Support Program offers a variety of educational and support services for active duty personnel and their beneficiaries who are expecting or who have children 36 months or younger. Limited marital and family therapy is available for active duty personnel and their families who meet eligibility criteria.
Hours: Walk-ins, 7:30 to 11 a.m. and 1 to 3 p.m., for pregnancy tests, follow-up wart treatments, or Strep throat cultures
About us: The Family Health Clinic provides acute, chronic and preventive care for enrolled beneficiaries.
About us: The Flight and Operational Medicine Clinic is available to active duty personnel on flying status and family members age 12 years and older. The clinic also provides services for colonels and above, as well as chief master sergeants and their families.
About us: The Mental Health Clinic provides a wide range of mental health services for all active duty personnel and, when availability permits, family members of active duty members and retirees. The 28th MDG MHC provides mental health evaluations, consultations, individual treatment, couples counseling, group therapy and emergency intervention. The MHC also conducts consultations for squadron commanders and first sergeants regarding active duty personnel treatment, prognosis and administrative status. In addition, the MHC provides education and awareness briefings on mental health topics at a variety of venues on- and off-base. Mental Health services for family members of active duty personnel and retirees are also available through TRICARE. Call the UnitedHealthcare TRICARE Service Center at 877-988-WEST or visit www.uhcmilitarywest.com for a list of participating mental health providers in the local community and to learn how mental health benefits work.
Health and Wellness Center
Hours: Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
About us: Services include: deployments; occupational health (hearing exams, etc.); travel medicine,;entomology; food/public facility inspections; and communicable disease control.
Location: Building 6010