Military Support Program (MSP)
The Military Support Program was created to address the behavioral health needs of National Guard and Reserve personnel affected by deployment in Operation Enduring Freedom (Afghanistan) and Operation Iraqi Freedom (Iraq) and Operation New Dawn (Iraq). In 2011 the State of Connecticut expanded MSP to include all who served in the Military after 9/11 and their family members.
The Military Support Program offers specialized support services statewide for troops and their families when care is unavailable, difficult to access, or not covered by insurance. Services include information and referral, case management and counseling for post-deployment stress issues, family counseling, and embedded clinician services.
Beginning in 2007, the Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services established the Military Support Program and contracted with ABH to provide administrative services for the program including credentialing of a statewide network of clinicians, referrals, claims inquiries, and claims processing for the Military Support Program.
Call the Call Center
- Toll-Free Line: 866.251.2913
- Fax Line: 860.704.6968
- Albert Guillorn, LMFT - MSP Community Clinician
- Sue Bogart, BA - MSP Community Specialist
Please visit the DMHAS website for more information »