Monday – Friday from 0700-1600
Closed Daily from 1200-1300
Saturday, Sunday and Federal Holidays: CLOSED
Phone: 901- 874-6133
Fax: 901- 874-6102

Outpatient behavioral health services are available to active duty adult beneficiaries. Services offered by the psychologists include individual counseling, marital counseling and family counseling on a wide range of emotional and behavioral difficulties. Providers are also available to give on-base presentations regarding stress management, anger management, adjustment to deployment/post-deployment and other topics.
Beneficiaries should call the Behavioral Health desk directly to make an appointment for counseling. Unit leadership personnel are encouraged to call and speak to a behavioral health provider if questioning whether a service member may need to be referred for services.  Active duty members may only be ordered to mental health services by a commanding officer after first consulting with a doctoral mental health provider and following a specific process defined in DoDI 6490.4 and SECNAVINST 6320.24A.
In addition, active duty personnel may be referred to the psychologist by their primary care manager for pre- and post-deployment health screening. In this scenario, active duty personnel are not considered patients of the behavioral health clinic. The behavioral health provider is acting as a consultant to the primary care manager within the primary care clinic.
Family members looking for a referral for outpatient psychiatric care may call Value Options at 1-800-700-8646 or call the Behavioral Health desk.  The Behavioral Health desk will be happy to assist with names and phone numbers of community Tricare providers based on the specific needs of the patient. 
Phone Numbers:
For a life threatening emergency call 911 immediately.
·      Behavioral Health:  901- 874-6133        DSN: 882-6133
·      Behavioral Health Nurse Case Manager : 901-874-6151      DSN 882-6151
·      Emergencies: During duty hours, any military beneficiary, civilian employee or contractor may be seen on an emergency basis. Please call 901-874-6133 for assistance.  After duty hours, individuals should go to their nearest emergency room or go to Lakeside Behavioral Health System (if there is no urgent need).
·      Lakeside Behavioral Health System: 901-377-4733 or 1-800-232-LAKE 
·      Shelby County Crisis Response (Adults): 1-800-809-9957
·      Shelby County Crisis Response (Children/Adolescents):   901-252-7734
·      Tennessee State Child Abuse Reporting  1-877-54ABUSE
·      PTSD Hotline: 1-800-293-1438
·      Suicide Hotline: 1-800-SUICIDE (1-800-784-2433)
·      Substance Abuse Rehabilitation Program 901-874-6176
·      Fleet and Family Support Center 901-874-5075
·      Department of Defense Safe Helpline 1-877-995-5247
·      NSA Mid-South Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Confidential Hotline (901) 619-8341
·      Veterans Crisis Line            Phone: 1-800-273-TALK (8255)
Text Message:  838255
Online chat:
·      Lakeside Behavioral Health
·      Navy and Marine Corps Public Health Center
·      Deployment Health Clinical Center
·      Haven War Heroes PTSD Program
·      Memphis VAMC
·      National Center for PTSD
·      EMDR International Association  (Eye Movement treatment for PTSD)
·      VA/DoD Clinical Practice Guideline for Treatment of PTSD
·      Defense Centers of Excellence for Psychological Health and Traumatic Brain Injury
·      Children and Adults with Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder
·      ADDitude:  Living Well with Attention Deficit
·      Navy Personnel Command Suicide Prevention Office
·      Commanding Officer’s Suicide Prevention and Response Toolbox
·      Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Office
·      Memphis Area Intergroup Association (AA Group Listing)
·      Tricare Mental Health Coaching for service members PCS’ing or Discharging