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Sexual Trauma Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) Pilot Toolkit

To link directly to this toolkit from your websites, please use this link: [health.mil/sexualtrauma].

A header graphic describing the treatment offered through the TRICARE sexual trauma intensive outpatient program pilot.

We’ve developed this digital toolkit to give you information and print, digital, and social media graphics to use locally to generate awareness among active duty service members of the Sexual Trauma Intensive Outpatient Program pilot available to them, and help them access critical mental health treatment.

About the Sexual Trauma Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) Pilot

What is the sexual trauma IOP pilot? 

TRICARE’s Sexual Trauma IOP pilot provides care for active duty service members who have survived sexual trauma at any time during their life and who are experiencing any related mental health conditions (e.g., posttraumatic stress disorder). This pilot is not limited to military sexual trauma. If active duty service members are eligible, they can get care from a select team of intensive outpatient programs. These are located at the TRICARE network facilities and military hospitals and clinics listed below.

Through this pilot, the outpatient programs will provide mental health care, support, and other benefits. They will also work with case managers to ensure access to community resources and support systems in their area.

When is the sexual trauma IOP pilot available? 

The pilot runs now through Aug. 31, 2021. The last day that an active duty member can be admitted to the pilot is July 31, 2021.

Where is the sexual trauma IOP available? 

The following treatment facilities are participating:

East Region

  • Oceans Behavioral Hospital, Waco, Texas
  • Oceans Behavioral Hospital, Biloxi, Mississippi

West Region

  • Denver Springs Help for Heroes, Englewood, Colorado
  • Behavioral Health Strong Hope Military Program, Salt Lake City, Utah
  • Aurora Behavioral Healthcare, San Diego Hospital, San Diego, California

Military Hospitals and Clinics

  • Brooke Army Medical Center, San Antonio, Texas
  • Madigan Army Medical Center, Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Washington

Who is eligible to participate?

To qualify to participate in this pilot, members must: 

  • Be an active duty service member.
  • Have a diagnosis from a mental health provider (TRICARE authorized provider or military hospital or clinic).
    • The diagnosis must be associated with a disclosed sexual trauma.
  • Have both a pre-authorization and a referral.
  • Live within specialty care drive time (about 60 minutes) of a participating facility.

Resources

Please use the materials below to make active duty service members aware of the Sexual Trauma Intensive Outpatient Program pilot available to them, and help them access critical mental health treatment.

An infographic featuring information about the TRICARE sexual trauma intensive outpatient program pilot for active duty service members including eligibility criteria, a list of the 7 participating locations, and a web URL to learn more.

Here are location-specific resources that can be used to educate beneficiaries about this program at a local installation or MTF. Each package includes a flyer for print and digital use, a screensaver for use on computers and CCTV, and social media graphic that can be deployed locally.

Biloxi, Mississippi

Treatment at the Biloxi area IOP is available to ADSMs at:

  • Keesler Air Force Base
  • Naval Construction Battalion Center Gulfport

Buckley Air Force Base

Fort Hood, Texas

Hill Air Force Base

San Diego, California

Treatment at the San Diego area IOP is available to ADSMs at:

  • Naval Base San Diego
  • Naval Base Coronado
  • North Island Naval Air Station
  • Naval Base Point Loma
  • Marine Corps Air Station Miramar
  • Camp Pendleton

Tooele Army Depot Base

Joint Base Lewis-McChord 

Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland 

DHA Address: 7700 Arlington Boulevard | Suite 5101 | Falls Church, VA | 22042-5101

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