Mental Health

Behavioral Health / Primary Care Behavioral Health

For any crisis or emergency, call 911, report to the nearest emergency room, or contact the toll-free, confidential 24-hour hotline: 1-800-273-TALK (8255) or text 838255.

Primary Care Behavioral Health

Primary Care Behavioral Health (PCBH) provides behavioral health care within the Warrior Clinic located on the 3rd floor of the Keesler Medical Center. Active duty members and other eligible beneficiaries can also be seen by PCBH in the Family Health clinic located on the 1st floor of the Keesler Medical Center.

PCBH is a flexible resource that provides brief solution-based wellness counseling to anyone able to receive care at the Keesler Medical Center. At PCBH, you will receive services from a specially trained psychologist or social worker working as a consultant to your PCM, or a registered nurse with specialty behavioral health care training.

To schedule an appointment with PCBH call the appointment line at 1-800-700-8603 or 228-376-3761.

Behavioral Health

The Keesler Behavioral Health Clinic supports primarily active duty personnel and Guard/Reserve members on active orders through three elements: Behavioral Health, Family Advocacy, and Alcohol Drug Abuse Prevention. To schedule an appointment with the Behavioral Health Clinic, call 228-376-0385.

The Behavioral Health element evaluates and treats active duty members in both individual and group therapy formats. Special duty, military specific, and psychological evaluations are also available to active duty members. Adolescents may be seen on a case by case basis by the child and adolescent psychiatry service. Family members and retirees may be seen by the specialty neuropsychology service with an appropriate medical referral.

Family Advocacy is focused on improving the relationships of families at Keesler through prevention, outreach, and victim advocacy. See Family Advocacy’s page here.

The Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention (ADAPT) program promotes readiness, health, and wellness through the prevention and treatment of substance misuse and abuse. ADAPT provides comprehensive services to individuals, in coordination with their commanders, who are experiencing problems attributed to substance abuse or misuse. ADAPT provides service for all active duty personnel with alcohol or drug problems. The ADAPT staff is available for presentations and outreach upon request. There are three methods of referral: self-identification; commander’s identification; and medical referral. To reach ADAPT, call 228-376-0385.


Nurse Advice Line

800-874-2273, Option 1

Military Crisis Line

1-800-273-8255, Option 1

Military and Family Lift Counselor (MFLC)


Military One Source


Keesler Chaplains


Biloxi Vet Center

Biloxi Vet Center

TRICARE Mental Health Coverage

TRICARE Mental Health Coverage


(Current as of June 16, 2022)