Health Services

When to Refer

Some signs that suggest problems for which a person should be referred to Behavioral Health.

  • Manifests a change in personality (goes from being actively involved to quiet and withdrawn, or goes from being quiet to more agitated or demanding).
  • Shows signs of memory loss
  • Exhibits behaviors or emotions that are inappropriate to the situation.
  • Shows signs of depression (no visible emotions or feelings, appears lethargic, loses weight, looks exhausted and complains of sleeping poorly, displays feelings of worthlessness or self-hatred, or is apathetic about previous interests).
  • Talks about unusual patterns of eating, not eating, or excessively eating.
  • Experiences deteriorating performance (incapacitating anxiety, declining work performance, neglecting self-care, not interacting with family or children as they usually do).
  • Begins using or increases alcohol consumption.
  • Makes statements regarding suicide, homicide, feelings of hopelessness, or helplessness.

Contact Us


Nurse Advice Line
1-800-TRICARE, Option 1


Monday – Friday
7:30 a.m. – 4 p.m.

695 Kinkaid Road
Annapolis, MD 21402
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