Arkansas National Guard Behavioral Health Care Resources

  • Behavioral Health
     

    A Message from the Director of Psychological Health:

    If you are a member of the Arkansas National Guard and need mental or behavioral health treatment-- get it.

    The majority of service members who get mental health treatment never require profiles or duty limitations.

    The Arkansas National Guard wants to retain Soldiers and Airmen and will assist those who need mental health care. 

    Please reach out to a Behavioral Health Team member directly or contact your chain of command for more detailed information and assistance.

    Our Behavioral Health Professionals can assist with the following:

    - Consultation and help solving significant problems
    - Needs assessments and referrals to community resources
    - Case management
    - Individual and Unit education and training
    - Command consultations
    - Crisis support


    Arkansas National Guard Behavioral Health Care Resources:

    CPT Jentry Tillman, LCSW (Army)
    Director of Psychological Health
    Email:
    jentry.e.tillman.mil@army.mil
    Phone: 501-212-5263

    Jannie Cole, LPC (Army)
    Email:
    jannie.c.cole.ctr@army.mil
    Phone: 501-212-6382
    Cell: 479-466-9432

    Jayla Robinson, LPC (Army)
    Email:
    Jayla.j.robinson2.ctr@army.mil
    Phone: 501-212-5441
    Cell: 501-319-3675

    Emily Holmes, LCSW (Air Force)
    189AW Director of Psychological Health
    Email:
    Emily.holmes.1@us.af.mil
    Phone: 501-987-8752

    Holly Hannam, LCSW (Air Force)
    188AW Director of Psychological Health
    Email:
    holly.hannam@us.af.mil
    Phone: 479-573-5742

    Military OneSource: 1-800-342-9647

    National Suicide Prevention Line: 1-800-273-8255 (TALK)

    Veterans Crisis Line: 1-877-927-8387 (WAR-VETS)

    Crisis Text Line: “HOME” to 741-741

    If you need immediate medical or mental health attention, please call 911 or present to your nearest emergency room.

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A Message from the Director of Psychological Health:

As a guardsman, if you need mental or behavioral health treatment-- get it.  The majority of service members who get mental health treatment never require duty limitations.  The ARNG wants to retain soldiers and will assist with getting needed care.  Please reach out to the Behavioral Health Team directly or contact your chain of command for more detailed information and assistance.

Our Behavioral Health Professionals can assist with the following:

- Consultation and help solving significant problems
- Needs assessments and referrals to community resources
- Case management
- Individual and Unit education and training
- Command consultations
- Crisis support