Social Emotional Resources
Behavioral Health Consultant (BHC) at Fort Belvoir Community Hospital
Brief consultation with parents or guardians and/or children about behavioral, developmental, medical, etc. questions. Can provide referral to specialty behavioral health care for any ongoing needs identified.
- Families who receive Primary Care Services at FBCH Family Medicine (13-adult), Fairfax Clinic (13-adult), and Dumfries Clinic (13-adult)
- Schedule an appointment by calling Family Practice Clinic: 571-231-2971/1803
- Speak to the assigned Primary Care Manager (PCM) about seeing the behavioral health provider in the clinic
- Ask in-person to schedule an appointment with the behavioral health provider at the front desk of the Family Practice clinics
Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Services (CAPS) at Fort Belvoir Community Hospital
Outpatient clinic that offers behavioral health evaluation, assessment, and treatment. Services include therapy (individual/group), psychology services (including non-academic psychological testing), and psychiatry (Medication assessment and treatment) for ages 3 to 17.
- Referrals made by PCM
- Referrals and eligibility criteria required for all groups. Groups currently offered include, but are not limited to social skills group for children and adolescents, self-esteem group (girls only), adolescent group, and DBT skills group
- River Pavilion, Floor 2
- 571-231-3224, option 4, option 2
Acute Inpatient Program at Fort Belvoir Community Hospital
Acute psychiatric unit that offers stabilization, diagnostic assessment, and short-term multi-disciplinary treatment for adolescents ages 13-18 (18 year-old adolescents must be enrolled in high school and live at home or with a responsible adult).
Child and Adolescent Partial Hospitalization (CAPH) Program at Fort Belvoir Community Hospital
Provides comprehensive mental health services for TRICARE-eligible patients (adolescents ages 13-17) in a structured day treatment setting.
School Behavioral Health Program
Mental health providers embedded within FBES at Upper and Primary campuses. Services include evaluations/assessment, therapy (individual/family/group) and psychiatry services; collaboration with school personnel
- All branches of the military are eligible to access services at FBCH, and students at FBES are eligible to access the mental health providers in the school
- Referrals for psychiatry made by PCM. Referrals for therapy made by PCM or Fort Belvoir Elementary School Clinical Team
- If there is no availability, families will be notified that the referral will be sent to the Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Services (CAPS)
Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) Therapy
- Applies evidenced-based principles of learning and motivation to improve socially significant behaviors, including social skills, communication, and adaptive living skills. ABA is used to support treatment for Autism Spectrum Disorder and related disorders.
Military and Family Life Counselor Program (MFLC)
Provides wide range of support to military service members, children, and their families through engaging activities, such as facilitating psycho-educational groups and individual sessions. MFLC address issues associated with school adjustment, deployment/separation, reunion adjustment, sibling and parent-child communication, as well as fear, grief, and loss support. MFLCs are staffed throughout Ft. Belvoir installation including Ft. Belvoir Elementary Schools (Primary and Upper), Child Development Centers, and Army Community Services (ACS) Center.
- Eligible students enrolled at the Fort Belvoir campus may access services with parent permission
- FBES Primary MFLC: 703-965-6749/5312
- FBES Upper MFLC: 703-343-0157
- Service members interested in accessing MFLC resources for themselves or other household members, should call ACS at 571-231-7014/703-389-5708
- ACS MFLC: Cara Morgan 703-705-1164, Beate Rose 703-488-0941, Janae Jackson 703-389-5708
Fairfax County Public Schools Counseling Resources at Fort Belvoir Elementary
- Small group, short-term counseling (emotional regulation, grief, divorce, etc), individual short-term counseling, parent workshops, mental health screening, behavior support, and behavior intervention plans.
Branch-specific Community Services
- Army Community Services (ACS), Marine Corps Community Services (MCCS), Fleet and Family Support Center (FFSC), Airmen and Family Readiness (AFR). A network of agencies, programs, services, and individuals that promote the readiness of quality of life of service members and their families.
New Parent Support Program
Parenting Classes, play groups and home visits available through the program to help new parents adjust to the caregiving role.
School Liaison Officers (SLOs)
- Assists with transitions associated with military life and facilitates communication among schools, parents, and installation leaders.
Children’s Regional Crisis Response (CR2)
Provides 24-hour rapid response to all youth (21 & younger) facing a mental health and/or substance use crisis. Our highly trained and compassionate counselors provide phone screening and face-to-face assessment, intervention, and support so that your child and family may continue with life as planned. Services are provided by National Counseling Group. There is no cost for this service.
- Eligibility: Children, age 21 and younger, who are experiencing a psychiatric crisis due to mental health issues that place them at risk of psychiatric hospitalization
- 24-Hour Emergency Response: 1-844-N-Crisis or 571-364-7390
Easter Seals UCP NC & VA—REACH Program
Crisis Prevention, Crisis Stabilization (both facility based and community based), and Crisis Intervention services for individuals of all ages with an eligible intellectual/developmental disability and/or co-occurring mental health diagnosis covering 22 counties in Northern Virginia. Provides ongoing clinical consultation and training to providers on a monthly and as needed/as requested basis.
EverWhen Therapy, LLC
Individual therapy services for children through adults.
- Psychotherapy offered by all therapists. Art Therapy, EMDR, and DBT offered on-site by several therapists
- Requires referral from PCM
- Email or call for appointments
- Point of Contact: Owner, J. Alexandra Herrera, firstname.lastname@example.org (preferred), 571-234-9184
Youth For Tomorrow
Outpatient Behavioral Health Services at 6 locations: Springfield, Woodbridge, Landsdowne, Haymarket, Manassas, Warrenton.
- All locations: Individual, family, couples counseling, medication management, adolescent substance abuse treatment (Woodbridge, Lansdowne and Warrenton)
- Provides therapeutic day treatment, intensive in-home services, therapeutic foster care, residential treatment, therapeutic day school support, “Mommy and Me” and other therapeutic services at Springfield, Bristow, and Woodbridge locations
- Accepts most insurances to include TRICARE, United Health Plans (for veterans and their families) and Medicare
- Referrals and eligibility criteria required. Discuss referral eligibility with PCM/Behavioral Health
- Point of Contact: Palesa A. Osei-Tutu, LCSW, email POsei-Tutu@yftva.com