The Mental Health Flight, comprised of the Mental Health Clinic, the Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention and Treatment Program and the Family Advocacy Program (FAP), provides a variety of services to active duty personnel. Services are intended to bolster resilience to daily stressors and provide treatment for emotional and behavioral concerns as needed. Active duty members routinely seek mental health care for post-traumatic stress disorder, alcohol and drug abuse concerns, depression, anxiety, stress management, anger management, improving relationships, parenting advice and learning effective strategies for managing the normal “ups and downs” of life. Persons engaged in mental health services can expect to have their privacy maintained while receiving professional, competent, individualized treatment within a respectful and caring environment. This service is active duty only.