Targeted Care at Bayne-Jones Army Community Hospital
We're pleased to announce that we've been selected as a participating site for the Defense Health Agency's new Targeted Care Pilot Program. Targeted Care matches individuals seeking care with the right support. Targeted Care allows providers to more efficiently use existing mental health resources to meet current demands. With Targeted Care, you will be connected to the most appropriate resource to support your needs. It will allow you to have the most effective course of care.
Examples of support include making an appointment with a Specialty Behavioral Health Care Provider or a Primary Care Behavioral Health Consultant. This support can also include connecting you to non-medical support such as Military and Family Life Counselors, chaplains, Military OneSource, etc.
Individuals who are vectored into Specialty Behavioral Health care may attend group therapy sessions to meet their needs. Individual therapy within Behavioral Health is also an option.
How it Works
The Targeted Care Pilot will:
- Increase access to care
- Reduce wait times, and
- Increase readiness by offering you the best resource to match your needs.
Bayne-Jones ACH offers the following Targeted Care services:
- Group treatment
- Individual treatment
- Family treatment
- Walk-in to determine services best for your situation.
DHA Targeted Care Pilot
The DHA Targeted Care Pilot includes 10 Pilot sites, deploying Targeted Care at their Behavioral Health Clinics by the end of April 2023. The Pilot ends in October 2023. When the Pilot concludes, initial results will be analyzed and used to refine the program. At that time, DHA will also decide if the program is ready to be rolled out to all MTFs.
- Fort Carson, Colorado (Evans Army Community Hospital
- Fort Wainwright, Alaska (Bassett Army Community Hospital)
- Groton, Connecticut (Naval Branch Health Clinic)
- Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri (General Leonard Wood Army Community Hospital)
- Fort Leavenworth, Kansas (Munson Army Health Center)
- Hawaii (Tripler Army Medical Center)
- Jacksonville, Florida (Naval Hospital)
- Camp Lejeune, North Carolina (Naval Medical Center)
- Wiesbaden, Germany (Army Health Clinic)
- Fort Johnson, Louisiana (Bayne-Jones Army Community Hospital)