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Behavioral Services


Behavioral Services, located in the Green Mountain Armory at Camp Johnson, provides short-term mental health counseling for service members and their families, in addition to mental health evaluations and assessments, substance misuse assessments, crisis interventions, psychological education such as suicide prevention and substance abuse prevention, and referrals to medical professionals.

Director of Psychological Health

The Director of Psychological Health helps service members identify their immediate psychological needs, provides mental health evaluations, and makes clinical recommendations and referrals for behavior concerns. They often work in conjunction with other Medical Detachment providers to ensure service members are psychologically fit to deploy or working toward psychological readiness. They can provide short-term counseling for service members and are available weekdays from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. for crisis intervention.

Psychological Health Coordinator

The Psychological Health Coordinator provides mental health care for all service members and family members, promoting mental health fitness and personal wellness for operational readiness and reintegration to civilian life. They provide 24/7 access to clinically appropriate intake and assessment, behavioral health screening, and referral services in person or electronically. They also provide clinical assessment, intervention plans, referral to medical professionals, and monitoring of clinical progress. 

Contact Info

Chuck Brewer, LICSW Chuck Brewer, LICSW
Director of Psychological Health - VTARNG
Office: 802-338-3494
(Weekdays, 8:30 a.m.-4 p.m.)

Jordan Imhoff
Psychological Health Coordinator
Office: 802-338-3347 (Weekdays, 8:30 a.m.-4 p.m.)
Cell: 802-503-2433 (24/7 availability)