All Eisenhower Behavioral Health services have been consolidated in building 329 in order to reduce unnecessary traffic to the main hospital. See main Behavioral Health page for map to building 329 and more information.
The RTF is intended to provide intensive inpatient residential treatment for Active Duty U.S. military personnel (Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines, Coast Guard) with severe Alcohol and other Substance Use Disorders to strengthen the overall fitness and readiness of the military force. Other co-occurring disorders (PTSD, Depression, and mTBI) may also be addressed during the four week inpatient treatment program. Treatment is provided in a military-focused program environment to facilitate therapeutic change and to prepare for return of the service member to the military force.
Patients must be referred to the RTF through ASAP or other service equivalent programs. Military members or providers should contact their local ASAP or service equivalent program for initial SUD evaluation and possible referral.
12th Floor West
300 East Hospital Road
Fort Gordon, GA 30905