Everyone reacts to stress and traumatic experiences differently. While some have reactions that can be seen as normal responses to life events, others may experience signs or symptoms of more serious conditions.
Mental health and substance misuse conditions can affect anyone; you are not alone. The Military Health System has many resources available to help those who need it.
If you or someone you know needs support now, call or text 988 or chat at 988Lifeline.org. 988 connects you with a trained crisis counselor who can help.
Rodriguez Army Health Clinic Mental Health Services
Our facility offers the following mental health services
- Psychological evaluations
- Medication management
- Individual psychotherapies
Mental Health Services are offered on an outpatient basis from 0700 until 1600 Monday through Friday except on Thursdays when services are offered from 0700-1200. Our multidisciplinary behavioral health team includes a psychologist, social worker, psychiatrist and behavioral health nurse case manager who work in an integrated fashion with other providers to provide and ensure continuity of behavioral health services..
Referrals are usually originated by health professionals and military personnel, but self-referrals are also welcome. To make an appointment please contact our front desk at (787) 707-2065 and (787) 707-2046. Whether you are seeking help for depression, anxiety, a failing relationship, emotional effects of a medical illness or life change, or an addictive disorder, RAHC’s team of behavioral health specialists may help you sort through your pain and confusion.
If you have an emergency after duty hours, including weekend and holidays, please contact the National Suicide Help Line at 1-800-273-8255, VA Hospital 787 641-7582, First Panamerican Hospital 1-800-981-1218 or San Juan Capestrano at 787 760-0222 for help.