RESPECT-Mil stands for Re-Engineering Systems of Primary Care Treatment in the Military. Itís a system of primary care designed to enhance the recognition and high-quality management of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and depression.
RESPECT-Mil is a treatment model designed by the United States Department of Defensesí Deployment Health Clinical Center (DHCC) to screen, assess and treat active duty Soldiers with depression and/or PTSD. This program is modeled directly after a program thatís proven effective in treating civilian patients with depression. Several of the internationally-known experts who developed the civilian model have helped DHCC adapt the approach for military primary care use.
RESPECT-Mil uses the Three Component Model (3CM) of care, featuring the coordination of Primary Care Providers, Care Facilitators and Behavioral Health Specialists in the unique service of Soldiers with behavioral health needs.
The US Army Medical Command has directed wide implementation of RESPECT-Mil in Army primary care facilities. Tri-service implementation is in the planning stages.
RACH RESPECT-MIL CARE FACILITATOR
LISA SINGLETON, RN
Work Cell: 580-585-1311
Office hours are Monday-Friday from 7:30ó4:00
Leave a message and I will get back with you ASAP.
If you have a more urgent need please call my work cell phone.
Talk-line 24/7 Suicide Prevention Line 1-800-273-8255
Military One Source 1-800-273-8255
Red Cross Emergency Service Center 1-877-272-7337
Military Family Life Consultant 580-574-7362
On-call Chaplin 580-442-3241
In an emergency go to the closest emergency room.
RACH duty hour numbers 580-558-2000 option 1 after duty hours.
RACH INFORMATION 580-558-2800/2500