Our clinical social workers, psychologists, and psychiatrists provide a variety of mental health services available to all eligible beneficiaries. Services include treatment of adults and couples, as well as psychological testing and medication management. Off-base referrals can be made as the need arises. We also manage the Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention and Treatment Program (ADAPT). The Air Force Medical Service recognizes alcoholism and drug addiction as progressive and often chronic disorders that affect the entire family and that are both preventable and treatable. Treatment, management, and rehabilitation services are provided Air Force-wide for Active duty personnel with drug and alcohol problems. Finally, our clinic manages the Family Advocacy Program (FAP). Our mission is to build healthy Air Force communities by developing, implementing, and evaluating policies and programs designed to prevent, intervene, and treat child and spouse maltreatment. The Family Advocacy Program has three main components: the prevention or outreach program is designed to increase family cohesion, improve parenting skills, improve couple communication, enhance social networking, and promote community awareness. This is accomplished through briefings to the military community, educational classes, support groups, and special theme events throughout the year. Classes such as Common Sense Parenting and 1-2-3 Magic, as well as temporary duty (TDY) support groups are also available.