Community Behavioral Health Operations 

The Community Behavioral Health Operations Program Mission

The CBH Program develops standardized, evidenced-based behavioral and health initiatives, products, and tools that enhance the well-being of the Army Family based on the needs of the community.

Program Description

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  • Provide public health SME consultation, education and training.
  • Advocate for holistic approaches to health and wellness that include behavioral and physical health, and spiritual fitness.
  • Advocate for health promotion policy implementation and policy change.  


The ultimate focus is to enrich the mind, body, and spirit toward promoting a healthy Army Family.

Contact Information

Name: AIPH Community Behavioral Health Operations Program 
Email Address: 
Telephone: 410-436-6250 or 410-436-8856 
DSN: 584-6250 or 584-8856 
Mailing Address:
5158 Blackhawk Road
Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD 21010-5403

Current Initiatives 

  • Suicide Prevention & Intervention (ACE-SI)
  • Combat Operational Stress Control & Stress Management
  • Integrated Model of BH and Pastoral Counseling Services
  • Spiritually-based products
  • Nutrition & Weight Management
  • Army Pregnancy Postpartum Physical Training (PPPT)
  • Soldier Readiness Guide
  • Web-based Health Promotion Course and Continuing Education


  • Army G-1
Conducting ACE-SI “Train the Trainer” workshops throughout the Army IAW VCSA ALARACT 345/2010
Conducting PPPT "Train theTrainer" courses IAW AR 350-1 and TC 3.22.20
  • DoD and DA Working Groups/Committees
CPG Suicide Prevention WG
DoD Child Obesity Prevention WG
AR 600-9 (Revision) WG
Food & Nutrition Subcommittee of the DoD Nutrition Committee
Civilian Wellness WG

Program 22 Staff

  • Program Manager
  • Chaplain
  • Psychologist
  • Social Worker
  • Health Educators
  • Registered Dietitian