The CAL MED Behavioral Health Clinic
The POM Behavioral Health Clinic is located in Building 454, at the corner of Kit Carson and Army Street, across from lodging.
The Behavioral Health Clinic provides expert behavioral health services to the active duty service members only in central and northern California including the Defense Language Institute Foreign Language Center (DLIFLC) and Naval Postgraduate School (NPS). The Behavioral Health Clinic also provides services to other active duty service members within the California Medical Detachment (CAL MED) catchment area.
Active Duty Family Members are referred to TRICARE network behavioral health services, care and treat. Referrals for network care must be obtained from the patient’s Primary Care Manager. For more information or to follow up on referrals, patients can call the Referral Management Office at (831) 242-4458 or (831) 242-4426.
The Behavioral Health Clinic provides evidence based intervention and consultation services with an emphasis on healthy living for a variety of life issues including but not limited to the following:
- Adjustment problems
- Sleep issues
Specialty evaluation and treatment services using the most up to date and empirically validated methods are available for Post Traumatic Stress Syndrome and sexual trauma.
Additionally, the Army's Substance Use Disorder Clinical Care (SUDCC) program, formerly known as ASAP, uses a multi-disciplinary approach to treat and provides patients the resources and support they need to overcome the challenges of illicit drug use, prescription medicine and alcohol abuse. SUDCC is co-located with the Behavioral Health Clinic.