ICF International scores $35M contract to support military psychological health
- By Mark Hoover
- Oct 26, 2016
ICF International has won a $35 million contract to support the Defense Department’s Deployment Health Clinical Center.
The DHCC is the psychological health component of the Defense Centers of Excellent for Psychological Health and Traumatic Brain Injury. Its mission is to improve the lives of service members, veterans and families by advancing psychological health treatment and prevention, according to the DHCC website.
Under the contract, ICF will provide psychological health interdisciplinary support services to augment staff resources at DHCC, ICF said in a release.
Specifically, the company will provide psychological health performance and analytics, research, promotion and clinical care; primary care behavioral health; program management; public affairs; strategic planning; and administration and operations.
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