Health Services

Behavioral Health Service

Behavioral Health Service (BHS) provides the Camp Zama community and surrounding area with a variety of general behavioral health and clinical Family Advocacy Program treatments for well-being. Active duty personnel, retirees, Department of Defense employees, Department of the Army civilians, contractors, and their family members are treated with dignity and integrity. Service will include, but is not limited to individual, marital, family or group counseling.

As a result of COVID-19, virtual health is offered to facilitate access to BHS. Face-to-face treatment is restricted to only those with emergent risks. Additionally, Tele-behavioral health (TBH) psychiatry service from Tripler Army Medical Center, provides intakes and follow-ups.






Contact Us

Virtual Appointments (delivered via Adobe Connect):



Within Japan:


From the U.S.:


In-Person Emergent BHS:

Duty day: Patients will receive COVID-19 screening. If cleared, a F2F encounter will be conducted with a provider.

24 hour on-call service: For after-hour emergent care patients/units contact Military Police Desk at 263-3002 or Emergency Services at 263-2911


Building 534, Resiliency & Restoration Center, Camp Zama


Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday & Friday: 7:30 a.m. – 12 p.m. & 1 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Thursday: 7:30 a.m. – 12 p.m.

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