Family Assistance at Camp Atterbury
The Family Assistance Center focuses on information, referral,outreach and follow-up. Family members are informed on their benefits and entitlements, which include financial management, medical and dental care, how to access TRICARE, DEERS enrollment, employment and/or reemployment rights, predictable psychological strains and tools to cope with separation and reunion.
Military and Family Life Consultants
The Military & Family Life Consultants are experienced, masters-level social workers, psychologists, and family therapists. The Military Family Life Consultant Program provides brief consultation, supportive services, and problem solving to assist troops, families, and civilian personnel to cope with the stress of deployment, reunion, and reintegration.
The clinical providers conduct individual, couples, family and group meetings to address relationships, stress/anger management, depression, grief issues, occupational and family issues. Sessions are private and short-term. Meetings can be scheduled off post.
Family Support Specialist: 812-526-1341
Last updated on April 7, 2014