Jennifer R. Johnson, LCSW, C-SWHC
Director of Psychological Health

182nd Airlift Wing
2416 South Falcon Boulevard, Peoria, IL 61607-5004
Comm: 309-633-5774  (DSN: 314-724-5774)
Cell: 309-210-8390
Fax: 309-633-5304  (DSN Fax: 314-724-5304)


Sometimes strength means asking for help. The National Guard Psychological Health Program provides the assistance you and your family need, whether you’re dealing with stress, work or family issues.




The Air National Guard Psychological Health Program advocates and supports Airmen and their families by promoting mental fitness and personal wellness for operational readiness. The ANG PHP promotes focused activities facilitating the prevention of mental health issues, early intervention, crisis response and post-incident recovery.

ANG MENTAL HEALTH MISSION STATEMENT: Ensure, maintain, and enhance the ANG mission readiness by promoting individual, family, and community resilience through readily accessible and exceptional psychological health services.

ANG MENTAL HEALTH VISION STATEMENT: To strengthen operational capabilities by normalizing help seeking behaviors through outreach, prevention, and early intervention driving ANG resilience.


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