Make an appointment to see a doctor?
Under most circumstances, you need to go through our In-take. It is a fairly simple process. You can start the process by completing the Request and Appointment form in this website.
 
Get myself or a family member admitted?
You would need to go through the In-take process. You can start this by completing the Request and Appointment for in this website.
 
Find out how much it would cost to get services?
This really depends on services conducted. It also depends on your insurance provider/plan. You can Contact GBHWC for more information.
 
Get my records from GBHWC?
You can Contact GBHWC for more information.
 
Know which facility I should go to?
If it is your first time, you must first go to the GBHWC Main Facility. From there, depending on what is suggested or prescribed, you will be directed to the proper facility.  
 
Know which number to call?
There is one main number. You can view all GBHWC's contact information on this page: Contact Info.
 
Get a doctor's certificate ("excuse")?
You first must see a physician/doctor/professional at GBHWC. You can make the proper request with him/her.
 
Apply for a job?
You can view employment vacancies and more information here here: Employment Opportunities
 
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For Our Community

For Your Family & You

Improve. Enhance. Promote…the physical and mental well-being of the people of Guam.


…to provide comprehensive inpatient and community-based outpatient mental health, Alcohol and drug programs and services for the people of Guam
If you or a family member may be in need of services, don’t hesitate to call GBHWC.
Telephone: 647-8833 or 647-8834Or , click here to request an appointment.
GBHWC News
  • GBHWC New Website Launched

    Wed, 04/22/2015 - 08:00
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    GBHWC has launched its new, robust website, found at www.gbhwc.guam.gov (you are on it).  The deparment is excited to bring this new web presence to the people of Guam. The new website includes numerous features, such as a data-driven search so consumers can easily find the information they are seeking. 
  • May is Mental Health Month

    Wed, 04/22/2015 - 08:00
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    May 2015 is Mental Health Awareness Month.  Since 1949, May has been observed as National Mental Health Awareness Month, a time when advocates and activists across the country draw attention to the mental health issues that affect as many as one in four Americans.

Message from the Director

The Guam Behavioral Health and Wellness Center (GBHWC) is tasked with providing comprehensive behavioral Health services for the people of Guam. As we transform mental health services for the people of Guam. As we transform mental health services for the West pacific region, we encourage you to be an active participant in this process. You can do this by accessing this website and being an education consumer of services available to you and how to obtain this care.

The GBHWC website is designed to allow you, our community, to learn more about the services provided and how t access them. We welcome your feedback as we move towards Joint Commission Accreditation for Behavioral Healthcare.

Si Yu’os ma’ase!

Rey Vega
Director


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