131BW Psychological Health Program

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What is the Psychological Health Program?
The Psychological Health Program provides free and confidential services to members of the Missouri Air National Guard and their families. The program offers convenient access to a psychological health expert for consultation, resource coordination, and emotional support. Common concerns include work and personal stressors, relationship discord, anxiety,  depression, grief, and deployment challenges.

Goals and Commitment of the program
• Provide quality mental health services tailored to each individual’s needs.
• Maintain confidentiality while coordinating professional services in your community.
• Provide educational resources to maintain and improve personal resiliency.
• Dispel the stigma of help seeking behaviors and mental health.

Our services
• Provide short term, brief solution that addresses issues related to conditions of living, life  skills, improving relationships at home and at work, stress management, adjustment issues, marital problems, parenting, grief and loss, deployment and reintegration.
• Conduct Intake, Assessment and Referral to vetted, community based providers in your locality.
• Consultation with Unit and Wing Leadership.
• Provide free services to all Air National Guard members and their family members.

131st Directors of Psychological Health

The Director of Psychological Health is a qualified, licensed clinical mental health practitioner responsible for working with state, local and community resources to respond to the psychological needs of Air National Guard members and their families.

photo of Dr. Kimberly Barragan
Dr. Kimberly Barragan, LCSW
Jefferson Barracks ANGS
Office: 314-527-8280
Cell: 314-939-0246

Whiteman AFB