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Embedded Behavioral Health Services (EBHS)

Embedded Behavioral Health Team 1 (1SBCT)
Building 2361, Titus Blvd. & McGrath
Serves Soldiers assigned to 1BCT/4ID
For Information Call: (719) 503-1801/526-6973

Embedded Behavioral Health Team 2 (2IBCT)
Building 9481, Wilderness Rd.
Serves Soldiers assigned to 4BCT/4ID
For Information Call: (719) 526-2542/2609

Embedded Behavioral Health Team 3 (3ABCT)
Building 2649, Specker Rd. at Cobra
Serves Soldiers assigned to 3BCT/4ID
For Information Call: (719) 526-4137/0175

Embedded Behavioral Health Team 4 (4IBCT)
Building 9481, Wilderness Rd.
Serves Soldiers assigned to 4BCT/4ID
For Information Call: (719) 526-2542/2609

Embedded Behavioral Health Team 5
Building 1226, Felkins Rd. & Specker
Serves Soldiers assigned to 4th EN, 759th MP, 10 CSH, 4SBDE, 71EOD, 4/10HQ
For Information Call: (719) 503-7701/7705

Embedded Behavioral Health Team Aviation (4CAB)
Building 1657, Prussman Rd. & Barkley
Serves Soldiers assigned to 4CAB/4ID
For Information Call: (719) 526-3547/3572

Embedded Behavioral Health Team 10 (10SFG)
Building 7490, Robinson Family Medicine Clinic
Sutherland Circle and Provider Comfort Rd.
Serves Soldiers assigned to 10 SFG
For Information Call: (719) 526-5815

Business Hours
Hours for all EBHTs are from Monday through Friday 7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Closed Federal Holidays and selected training holidays.

Embedded Behavioral Health Services delivers patient-centered care to active duty military personnel. The clinics assure evidenced-based treatment and interventions are utilized, and that they are delivered by highly trained multi-disciplinary staff. The clinics are wellness-oriented and provide primary and secondary levels of care with the goal of returning the military member back to service.

Primary Services
Psychotherapy/Psychological Counseling
Group Therapy Options
Psychiatric Inpatient Hospital Referrals
Crisis Intervention
Medication Management
Psychological Testing Services
Urgent Walk-in Services
Specialty School Evaluations
Clinical Case Management Activities
Consultation Services for Command
Fitness for Duty/Retention Exams
Off-post Referrals
Chapter Processing
Intensive Outpatient Referrals
Command Directed Behavioral Health Evaluations.

Who can be seen here
Active Duty Military; National Guard and Reservists on orders should go to Building 1830 for behavioral health care.

Walk-in Services
All EBHTs offer walk-in services during posted business hours. Please be advised that wait times may vary.

Commonly asked Questions and Answers
Where do I go if the clinic is closed and I have an emergency?
Evans Army Community Hospital Emergency Department is open after business hours, weekends, and on holidays. A behavioral health provider is on-call during these periods.

Do you do evaluations for Recruiting and Drill Instructor Schools?
Yes. Evaluations are done by appointment only.

Can I receive my behavioral health records?
Yes, but the request must be made in writing through the Patient Administrative Division at EACH. Record requests require a Release of Information (ROI) form be completed that specifies what records are needed and over what period of time they should be gathered.

If you are in crisis, please do not hesitate to seek assistance from local emergency services (Call 911). Of course, you can always access our clinic, or if after hours, go to the EACH Emergency Department for care.

This Web site provides an introduction to the U.S. Army Medical Department's headquarters organizations, which are the Office of the Army Surgeon General and
U.S. Army Medical Command headquarters. It is intended for interested members of the public, news media and Army Medical Department beneficiaries.
Last Modified 16 August, 2016