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About Us

Mission

The goal of the Resiliency Center is to provider our service members, civilian contractors and their families the tools and resources to remain steadfast and strong while coping with the rigors that military life can bring. The department is staffed with a mTBI Case Manager, a Supervisory Psychologist, a Behavioral Health Nurse Practitioner, three Licensed Clinical Social Workers, two Behavioral Health Technicians and two Medical Support Assistants that are committed to working collaboratively with soldiers, contract workers, their commanders and families as indicated to optimize overall individual and team resiliency.

Location

The Resiliency Center is located in Building 18 on Gatling Street. BLDG 18 on Gatling St

It is open from 0730-1600 hours, Monday through Friday.


Contact Information

Front Desk812-526-1319DSN 569-2319
Fax812-526-1380DSN 569-2768

Click here for information on referrals.  

Urgent Care and Emergency Services

Urgent care issues will be addressed during normal hours of operation on a first-come, first served basis. Anyone presenting prior to 1545 will be seen.

Emergency services after hours can be obtained through the Joint Operations Center. They can be contacted at 812-526-1310 or 812-526-1311.

If the person in question is violent, has a weapon, or has injured his/herself call the MP station at 812-526-1109 or dial 911. 

Serving to Heal, Honored to Serve.

  

Services Offered

The Resiliency Center at Camp Atterbury offers a number of services, including:

mTBI Case Management 

Individual Services: 

  • Consultation
  • Referral
  • Brief Counseling
  • Assessments

Classes and Group Education:

Behavioral Health Technicians provide a variety of classes, which can be giving individually or in a group setting, such as:

  • Anger Management
  • Stress Management
  • Sleep Hygiene
  • Psychological First Aid
  • Suicide Awareness and Prevention
  • Burnout in the Medical Profession
  • Traumatic Brain Injury

If you are interested in attending a session or having the Resiliency Center tailor a session to the needs of your unit, contact the front desk at 812-526-1319.

Other services available include ASAP Referrals, School/Clearance Evaluations, and Command Referrals.

Page Last Reviewed March 25, 2014

  

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