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Tricare Regional Offices

Your Tricare benefit is the same regardless of where you live, but there are different customer service contacts for each region. Each region is administered by a contractor to provide you with health care. 

These offices can also provide:

  • benefits interpretation
  • assistance with enrollment
  • primary care doctor selection and changes
  • help with referrals and appointments
  • claim status and claims resolution
  • help with eligibility status
  • list of network providers and pharmacies
  • Appeals and fraud information
  • Tricare Forms

If you are living overseas, visit the Tricare Service Centers page to determine the contact point for your country.

Tricare Regional Office East

The TRICARE East region is managed by Humana Military https://www.humanamilitary.com/

Covers: Alabama, Arkansas, Connecticut, Delaware, the District of Columbia, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa (Rock Island Arsenal area only), Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Mississippi, Missouri (St. Louis area only), New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas (excluding the El Paso area), Vermont, Virginia, West Virginia and Wisconsin

Phone: 800-444-5445

Tricare Regional Office West

The TRICARE West region is managed by Health Net Federal Services www.tricare-west.com

Covers: Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Hawaii, Idaho, Iowa (excluding the Rock Island Arsenal area), Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri (excluding the St. Louis area), Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oregon, South Dakota, Texas (the southwestern corner only, including El Paso), Utah, Washington and Wyoming

Phone: 844-866-WEST (844-866-9378)

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TRICARE Therapists in Fort Bragg, NC
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PatriciaTHanley
Lic Clinical Mental Health Counselor Supervisor,MA,LCMHC-S,NCCVerified
Fort Bragg,NC28307
Online therapy openings now! We aIl need a little help now and then getting life figured out! I can provide a safe, confidential, unbiased space for you to express your feelings, and resolve your challenges: relationship issues, getting anger or worries under control, dealing with past trauma, or just if you need a listening ear and an open-mind, we will work together to get you to a healthier place. I see all clients as individuals, and customize my therapeutic approach to meet your needs.Openings for new clients, LCMHC-As needing supervision, and for EMDR consultation.
Online therapy openings now! We aIl need a little help now and then getting life figured out! I can provide a safe, confidential, unbiased space for you to express your feelings, and resolve your challenges: relationship issues, getting anger or worries under control, dealing with past trauma, or just if you need a listening ear and an open-mind, we will work together to get you to a healthier place. I see all clients as individuals, and customize my therapeutic approach to meet your needs.Openings for new clients, LCMHC-As needing supervision, and for EMDR consultation.
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No more waiting! We have appointments available in our Fayetteville, Fuquay-Varina, Southern Pines, Sanford and Pittsboro offices! :) We enjoy working with and helping couples, adults, teens and children, with almost any concerns that may affect them. We have 25+ friendly, experienced, licensed clinicians with different specialties who can help! We are in a quiet location. Our waiting areas are relaxing and comfortable. At CCS, it doesn't feel like you are visiting a Doctor's office, it feels like you are visiting a friend. Visit the website for detailed information on how we can serve you: www.CarolinaCounselingServices.com.
No more waiting! We have appointments available in our Fayetteville, Fuquay-Varina, Southern Pines, Sanford and Pittsboro offices! :) We enjoy working with and helping couples, adults, teens and children, with almost any concerns that may affect them. We have 25+ friendly, experienced, licensed clinicians with different specialties who can help! We are in a quiet location. Our waiting areas are relaxing and comfortable. At CCS, it doesn't feel like you are visiting a Doctor's office, it feels like you are visiting a friend. Visit the website for detailed information on how we can serve you: www.CarolinaCounselingServices.com.
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LauraYates
Clinical Social Work/Therapist,MSW,LCSWVerified
Fort Bragg,NC28307
I have immediate openings and look forward to working with you! I enjoy working with adults and couples (ages 18+) who are struggling with issues that seem overwhelming. I can help. If you feel like you just don't know what to do next - it may be time for you to get unbiased, professional assistance. I can provide that for you.
I have immediate openings and look forward to working with you! I enjoy working with adults and couples (ages 18+) who are struggling with issues that seem overwhelming. I can help. If you feel like you just don't know what to do next - it may be time for you to get unbiased, professional assistance. I can provide that for you.
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We know all to well the stressors you face while working to try to keep it all together. That is because we know what it is like to feel depressed, stressed, overwhelmed and anxious. We provide counseling, coaching and yoga services to adults.
We know all to well the stressors you face while working to try to keep it all together. That is because we know what it is like to feel depressed, stressed, overwhelmed and anxious. We provide counseling, coaching and yoga services to adults.
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I base my work on the belief that our relationship with ourselves is not only our primary life's purpose, but it is the way we achieve optimal self and other awareness, and a richer sense of community and belonging. I have observed relationship difficulties negatively affecting every age group, and I believe it also contributes to acting out behavior in children. My hope is that all clients are abe to reach a level of self love and self acceptance commensurate with their needs.
I base my work on the belief that our relationship with ourselves is not only our primary life's purpose, but it is the way we achieve optimal self and other awareness, and a richer sense of community and belonging. I have observed relationship difficulties negatively affecting every age group, and I believe it also contributes to acting out behavior in children. My hope is that all clients are abe to reach a level of self love and self acceptance commensurate with their needs.
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Through the use of individual and family therapy, our agency works with individuals and families in order to promote optimal emotional, physical, social, and mental well-being. The overall goal for therapy is to provide the opportunity for growth, self-discovery, and insight within a safe, supportive environment. The therapeutic approaches that we use are client-specific and tailored to meet the individual's needs. We use an eclectic approach that facilitates personal growth and positive change. Our expertise extends across a variety of populations. ****New inquire about yoga and massage therapy!!!
Through the use of individual and family therapy, our agency works with individuals and families in order to promote optimal emotional, physical, social, and mental well-being. The overall goal for therapy is to provide the opportunity for growth, self-discovery, and insight within a safe, supportive environment. The therapeutic approaches that we use are client-specific and tailored to meet the individual's needs. We use an eclectic approach that facilitates personal growth and positive change. Our expertise extends across a variety of populations. ****New inquire about yoga and massage therapy!!!
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AsaKStoltz
Marriage & Family Therapist,LMFT,RYTVerified
Fort Bragg,NC28307
I AM CURRENTLY NOT ABLE TO ACCEPT NEW CLIENTS. As a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, Registered Yoga Teacher with a certification in Trauma-Focused CBT, I am passionate about combining traditional therapy theories/techniques with experiential and holistic methods such as meditation, mindfulness and mind-body awareness to better serve client's or family's needs (upon request). I have 15 + years of experience from outpatient- and in home settings, private practice, foster care-systems, juvenile justice/court and am also familiar with working with military families.
I AM CURRENTLY NOT ABLE TO ACCEPT NEW CLIENTS. As a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, Registered Yoga Teacher with a certification in Trauma-Focused CBT, I am passionate about combining traditional therapy theories/techniques with experiential and holistic methods such as meditation, mindfulness and mind-body awareness to better serve client's or family's needs (upon request). I have 15 + years of experience from outpatient- and in home settings, private practice, foster care-systems, juvenile justice/court and am also familiar with working with military families.
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Accepting New Referrals for Applied Behavioral Analysis Therapy (ABA Therapy). No waiting List ! Day and Evening appointments available. Services provided in school or in home. Certified Tricare Preferred Network Provider.
Accepting New Referrals for Applied Behavioral Analysis Therapy (ABA Therapy). No waiting List ! Day and Evening appointments available. Services provided in school or in home. Certified Tricare Preferred Network Provider.
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Dr.Mei-ChuanWang
Psychologist,PhD,HSP-P,LP,LCMHCSVerified
Fort Bragg,NC28307
Are you struggling with issues related to trauma, depression, anger, anxiety, or major life changes? There comes a time when help is needed from a licensed psychologist to cope with many of life's challenges. I am a licensed Psychologists and licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor Supervisor, and I am here to support you on your journey toward healing and self-discovery. My goal for therapy is to help and empower you to use your strengths to find new ways of coping with life's challenges.
Are you struggling with issues related to trauma, depression, anger, anxiety, or major life changes? There comes a time when help is needed from a licensed psychologist to cope with many of life's challenges. I am a licensed Psychologists and licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor Supervisor, and I am here to support you on your journey toward healing and self-discovery. My goal for therapy is to help and empower you to use your strengths to find new ways of coping with life's challenges.
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VictoriaCRush
Licensed Professional Counselor,LCMHC,NCCVerified
Fort Bragg,NC28307
I encourage all of my clients to strive for personal growth and awareness. Don't allow an unhappy and painful past to define who you are. Try to make peace with what you cannot change, and attempt to learn forgiveness without an apology.
I encourage all of my clients to strive for personal growth and awareness. Don't allow an unhappy and painful past to define who you are. Try to make peace with what you cannot change, and attempt to learn forgiveness without an apology.
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Congress calls on further review of plan that could impact Fort Bragg clinic beneficiaries

FORT BRAGG — Plans to restructure some Fort Bragg’s clinics and move Tricare beneficiaries to other medical providers are not yet in effect, and could change. 

The 2017 National Defense Authorization Act called for restructuring military hospitals to focus on serving active-duty servicemembers. 

And that meant 200,000 beneficiaries could face moving into civilian provider networks that accept Tricare, the military’s medical insurance. 

The Department of Defense identified 50 medical treatment facilities nationwide in its restructuring plan last year. 

A report presented to Congress last year recommended that Fort Bragg's Robinson Health Clinic transition to an active-duty only occupational health clinic.

 It also recommended that Joel Health Clinic transition from an outpatient facility to an active-duty only occupational health clinic.

Changes may still be in store for plans to restructure Fort Bragg clinics and move Tricare beneficiaries to other providers.

And nearly 21,000 military retirees and beneficiaries at Fort Bragg could be affected, if that plan goes into effect. 

“Our current beneficiaries, we are not disenrolling, nor do we plan to,” Col. John Melton, the former Womack Army Medical Center commander, said at the time that the transitions were announce. "And if there are any future changes, they will be notified.”

Melton said the two clinics identified are where troop barracks and fitness centers are located, making them more of a central hub for soldiers.

Reports provided to Congress indicate an estimated 13,000 beneficiaries and retirees at Robinson Clinic, and more than 7,800 at Joel Clinic, could be affected.

Following the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, Fort Bragg officials announced in July that Joel Clinic became the Joel Pediatric Center of Excellence to focus on higher acuity pediatric patients. 

“Primary care still sees pediatric patients,” Shannon Lynch, a spokeswoman for Womack Army Medical Center, said this week. “Clark and Robinson clinics realigned the units they provide care to, but that is really the only difference.” 

When proposed changes were announced last year, officials reiterated it could be a process that could take a few years to implement. 

Tom McCaffery, who was assistant secretary of defense for health affairs, said the changes could take between two and four years to implement to ensure the local health care market is able to take on the additional patients.

“Before we transition any beneficiary from one of our hospitals or clinics, we will connect them with health care providers in our Tricare network,” McCaffery said at a Feb. 19, 2020, news conference. 

McCaffery said changes outlined in the report were made at the Pentagon level, but the Defense Health Agency would work with military departments and providers in local communities to help implement the plan.

The Defense Health Agency operates and oversees Tricare, he said

With staffing shortages during the pandemic, agency officials requested the Pentagon put plans for reforms on hold in late March last year. 

And, in May, officials with the Government Accountability Office released a report saying the Department of Defense’s assessments may be based on incomplete and inaccurate information. 

“Until DOD resolves methodology gaps by using more complete and accurate information about civilian health care quality, access, and cost-effectiveness, DOD leaders may not fully understand risks to their objectives in restructuring future (medical treatment facilities,” the report states. 

Government Accountability Office officials questioned if civilian health care providers are “of sufficient quality” and if the Department of Defense included providers that don’t meet access-to-care-standards in its assessment. 

In an August interview with The Fayetteville Observer, Lt. Gen. Ronald Place, the Defense Health Agency’s director, said it’s the agency’s responsibility “to find a way to provide great access to high-quality safe healthcare for every single beneficiary.” 

That might mean uniformed personnel are replaced with Department of the Army civilian staff or contract staff, or it could mean relationships are developed with managed care facilities outside of Fort Bragg, he said. 

The personnel changes, Place said, are based on the Army evaluating the number of uniform medical personnel to increase force readiness capabilities in other areas such as infantry or armored units.

More:Pentagon identifies Fort Bragg clinics to no longer serve beneficiaries, retirees

More:Defense Health Agency director visits Womack Army Medical Center

Officials with the Government Accountability Office weren’t the only ones with concerns. 

In June, members of the House Armed Services’ Subcommittee on Military Personnel proposed amending the 2017 National Defense Authorization Act to delay implementing any changes that would move retirees and family members from military treatment facilities to a Tricare-approved provider for a year, until the plan for that process is submitted to Congress. 

The committee also sought to delay realignment or reduction of authorized military medical end strength for a year.

The proposal was to allow review “of medical manpower requirements scenarios to include homeland defense missions and pandemic influenza.”

The final version of the approved 2020 National Defense Authorization Act still allows for the restructuring of military medical treatment facilities but requires the secretary of defense to include a report on “quality benchmarks” for the beneficiary population that transitions away from the facilities to a Tricare-approved provider; submit a plan to congressional defense committees; and certify that impacted beneficiaries “will be able to access such health care services through the purchased care component of the Tricare program.”

Staff writer Rachael Riley can be reached at [email protected] or 910-486-3528. 

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