Please follow the link below to access the Mandatory Suicide Prevention Training.
IN CASE OF EMERGENCY DIAL 911 OR GO TO YOUR NEAREST EMERGENCY ROOM!
If you need any other recourses than the ones provided, please call Jane Lorenz at 520-559-2377. Please contact Jane Lorenz for a list of TRICARE Mental Health Therapists that can be reviewed online.
Jane Lorenz, LCSW & “Kansas”
168th Wing Director of Psychological Health
Office – 907-377-8623
Cell - 520-559-2377
Please call, Facetime, or text for Confidential Solution-Focused Therapy (problem solving) or if you are in need of any Resources.
WE ARE HERE FOR YOU!
More resources available to everyone!
24/7/365 - Mental Health Resources
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline - 1-800-273-8255
Alaska Careline - 877-266-4357
Military One Source - 1-800-342-9647
Vets4Warriors - 855-838-8255
Military Crisis Line - 1-800-273-8255, Press 1 or text to 838255
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline 1-800-273-8255
Alaska Careline 877-266-4357
Military One Source 1-800-342-9647
Military Crisis Line 1-800-273-8255, Press 1 or text to 838255
Wing Director of Psychological Health, Jane Lorenz
Office: 907-377-8623 Cell: 520-559-2377
Wing Chaplain, Chaplain Lowdermilk
Office: 907-377-8738 Cell: 907-385-6908
Wing Sexual Assault Response Coordinator, Dr. Keith Ellis
Office: 907-651-2489 Cell: 907-347-6689
DoD Safe Helpline (Sexual Assault Support)
(24/7 anonymous, confidential)
Eielson AFB Mental Health
Call 907-377-3071/4041 for services below:
- Family Advocacy Program (Domestic Violence & Child Abuse/ Neglect)
- ADAPT Program (Substance Abuse)
- Command Post for Triage Mental Health (On-Call/After-Hours)- 907-377-1500
- Military & Family Life Councilor (MFLC) - 907-799-6921
Fairbanks Veteran's Center 907-456-4238
Employee Assistance Program (EAP (For Civilians)) 1-866-580-9078
Bereavement Care (Grief Support Groups) 907-458-3095/3090
Railbelt Mental Health and Addictions (Nenana, AK) 907-832-5557
Detoxification Unit for Alcohol 907-456-1053 x2
Ralph Purdue Center (Treatment after Detox) 907-452-6251 x6400
Ideal Option PLLC (Substance Abuse) 877-522-12-75
IAA Interior Medication Assisted Treatment (Substance Abuse) 907-452-4222 x115
Hope Counseling Center 907-451-8208
Alaska Center for Natural Medicine 907-452-3600
Turning Point Counseling Services 907-374-7776
Restore Inc 866-262-5451
Tanana Chiefs Conference (Native Alaskans with Tribal Card) 907-452-8251 x3800
Resources You Can Use: Simple Things Save Lives Video
Do you know someone going through a tough time? Have you had friends or loved ones post concerning messages online? Would you like to be better prepared to help them through? If you answered yes to any of these questions, come take a look at this short video, YOU could help save a life.
6-minute training video to educate Service members about the emergence of warning signs of suicide on social media, as well as the constructive steps to take to intervene in a crisis and refer to appropriate care. A Department-funded study that identified patterns of social and behavioral risks on social media platforms preceding a suicide provides the research base for this training. Bryan, C. J., Butner, J. E., Sinclair, S., Bryan, A. B. O., Hesse, C.M., & Rose, A. E. (2018). Predictors of emerging suicide death among military personnel on social media networks. Suicide and Life-Threatening Behavior, 48(4), 413-430.
“Simple Things Save Lives” (Use Chrome to access)