Behavioral Health Office Mission The California National Guard maintains a comprehensive Joint Behavioral Health Office for Soldiers, Airmen and their families. We care about psychological and emotional well-being and take proactive measures to assist both service members and their families in appropriately resourcing behavioral health concerns. The Joint Service Behavioral Health Office’s full-time operations consist of: A full-time Behavioral Health civilian supporting each of CA ANG’s Air Wings. Embedded Behavioral Health uniformed clinicians who respond to all regions of California are available to contact on a 24/7 basis; their drop in hours are also at the times as indicated for each region. Behavioral Health Contact Map (.pdf) They are assigned by regional area or Wings as arrayed below: San Francisco / Monterey Northern CA / Sacramento Region Central California Behavioral Health Officer Behavioral Health Officer Behavioral Health Officer Mon-Wed 0800-160049th MP HHC, Fairfield Tue -Thu 0800-1600649 EN CO, Chico Mon/Fri 0800-1600 (Camp Roberts)Wed 0800-1600 (Fresno) (925) 207-5367 (530) 220-3131 (559) 341-9001 San Diego Region / Riverside Los Angeles / Santa Barbara High Desert Region / San Bernardino Behavioral Health Officer Behavioral Health Officer Behavioral Health Officer Mon-Wed 0800-1600 Mon, Tue, Thu 0600-1400 Mon – Wed 0800-1600 79th IBCT HHC, San Diego JFTB, Los Alamitos 756 TRANS CO, Lancaster (760) 897-6164 (562) 965-6563 (760) 672-4369 Statewide Operations Officer 129th RQW Civilian Clinician 144th FW Civilian Clinician 24/7 Contact (650) 793-7097 (559) 260-5929 (805) 540-4460 146th AW Civilian Clinician 163rd ATKW Civilian Clinician (805) 986-7549 (951) 655-7625 (New) Psychiatric Emergencies: For life threatening behavioral health situations and/or those requiring an immediate need for hospitalization, dial 911 or contact your local law enforcement agency or emergency room. Suicide Prevention Life Line – Dial 1-800-273-TALK (8255), a free and confidential hotline number for yourself or someone you care about. A 24-hour hotline available for anyone in suicidal crisis or emotional distress. Veterans can dial the number and press “1” to be routed to the Veterans County Local County Hotline Numbers – County mental health professionals available 24/7 to assist with crisis intervention for yourself, or someone you care about, in your own county. Free and confidential assistance to all Service Members, Veterans, and their Families. Network of Care – Critical support services to veterans seeking jobs, housing, counseling and help within their immediate communities. The Network of Care helps individuals and family members to find the names and phone numbers of advocates who are in their county and can offer immediate support. Comprehensive Soldier Fitness – CSF marks a new era for the Army by comprehensively equipping and training our Soldiers, Family members, and Army Civilians to maximize their potential and face the physical and psychological challenges of sustained operations. Take the GAT test here to measure your strengths in your social, emotional, family, and spiritual life, as well as obtain information on how to make improvements in these areas.