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Mental Health Clinic
Services offered at the Mental Health Clinic include individual, group, and educational treatment for stress, anxiety, depression, adjustment difficulties and other psychological concerns. Marital and family therapy services are also offered. Military evaluations for special clearances or duty are arranged as required by AF Instruction policy. 

Services provided:

  • Adult Individual Therapy
  • Group Therapy
  • Emergency Assessments/Interventions
  • Clearances and Evaluations (as required by other programs) Outreach and Prevention
  • Stress Management through Family Advocacy and Health Promotions
  • Disaster Mental Health
  • Suicide Prevention
  • Child Psychiatry and Assessment/Evaluation/Therapy
  • Resiliency Training

Location:  Bldg 2121, 3rd floor
Clinic Hours:  Monday - Friday/ 0700-1630
Phone:  479-2390 or 06371-46-2390

Chaplains are available to provide counseling to all military members, their dependents, and authorized Department of Defense civilians. Communication with a chaplain as either a formal act of religion or a matter of conscience is considered privileged communication in accordance with Military Rule of Evidence 503.

Under this rule, "a person has a privilege to refuse to disclose and to prevent another from disclosing a confidential communication by the person to a clergyman or to a clergyman's assistant."

Important phone numbers:

North Chapel - (DSN) 480-6148
Bldg 1201 (Comm) 06371-47-6148

South Chapel--(DSN) 480-5753
Bldg 2403 (Comm) 06371-47-5753
Vogelweh Chapel--(DSN) 489-6859
Bldg 2063 (comm) 0631-536-6859


Offers experienced Community Readiness Consultants that are able to bring any program or service that we offer in our center into the squadron. Community Readiness Consultants also take individual appointments for more personal services. A key resource on your installation and a gateway to accessing all of the resources available to you, they provide information, support and services to help you balance the demands of family and the military lifestyle.

Location: Ramstein AB A&FRC, Bldg. 2120
Phone: DSN 480-5100 or commercial 06371475100

Website: https://86fss.com/afrc/


The ADAPT Program promotes readiness, health, and wellness to minimize negative consequences of substance abuse in the Air Force family. This program provides education and treatment to people who experience problems attributed to substance misuse and assist them in their transition to civilian life as appropriate. These objectives are met through four levels of activities: Universal Prevention and Education; Selective Prevention; Indicated Prevention and Use of evidence-based services.

Location: ADAPT Clinic Bldg 2121, 3rd Floor
Phone: 479-2390 or 06371-405-2390

The Exceptional Family Member Program-Medical process, (EFMP-M), reviews family members' medical or educational needs to determine active duty sponsors' eligibility for EFMP enrollment. When families of active duty or civilian sponsors relocate at government expense, the Family Member Relocation Clearance process determines the availability of services for spouses and children prior to arrival at their new locations.

All active duty sponsors who have dependent family members with medical or special education needs that meet DoD criteria as Special Needs must enroll in the Exceptional Family Member Program-Medical program.

Family Member Relocation Coordination Counselors
PCS Clearances, Medical Command Sponsorship
Location: Ramstein Clinic, Bldg 2114, Room 147
Phone: 479-2375 or 06371-46-2375

Special Needs Coordinator
Location: Ramstein Clinic, Bldg 2114, Room 149
Phone: 479-2375 or 06371-46-2375

ASACS is a comprehensive program providing prevention education, and counseling services to 11 to 19 year-old ID card holders in the military community. ASACS's mission is to provide comprehensive counseling services to adolescents and military families stationed OCONUS while enhancing military readiness and quality of life.

In addition, ASACS offers Life Skills classes that promote health and personal development in the Department of Defense schools. We participate in supportive activities related to military life transitions as well as providing individual, group and family counseling services. 
ASACS Counselors offices are located in Department of Defense schools for the convenience of military families. ASACS Counseling services are completely confidential. Flexible appointment times are available.

Location: Counselors offices are located in Ramstein Middle and High School
Hours: Mondays through Fridays from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Phone: RHS 478-8212 or 06371-405-8212 and
RMS 480-7104/7105 or 06371-47-7104/7105

The  Family Advocacy Program helps build healthy communities through implementing programs designed for the prevention and treatment of child and partner abuse.
Family Advocacy also assists couples and families develop and sustain healthy relationships through providing trainings and counseling services.

Location: Bldg 2121 3rd floor
To register or for more info, call the number below.
Phone: 479-2370 or 06371 46 2370