Military service members

Caring connections for military service members and their families

Our services are available in person in Fayetteville, NC and virtually in Georgia, Florida, and North Carolina.

Connected care means understanding you as a whole person — your physical health, mental health, home life, and more.

Active or retired military service members and their families may be eligible to receive short-term, solution-focused counseling services at no out-of-pocket cost.

Our board-certified mental health professionals provide care for a variety of concerns including:

  • Stress
  • Grief and loss.
  • Life transitions.
  • Family and parenting issues.
  • Relationship challenges.

Carelon Behavioral Care provides virtual short-term, confidential, solution-focused, brief counseling for a wide range of issues. We offer many scheduling options so you can find help when and where you need it. You can access services from the privacy of your mobile device or home-based computer.

Meet our team

Donald Sanders

Donald Sanders is a North Carolina-Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor (LCMHC). He is an honorably retired military veteran with 22 years of faithful service to America, serving as a First Sergeant for over 200 personnel and their families. He has been a counselor for five years and offers services to individuals, couples, the military, veterans, law enforcement, emergency responders, and families. He has been trained in (EMDR) Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing for trauma, is a Certified Prepare/Enrich Facilitator for couples, and offers specialized counseling for men who may be struggling with pornography. He loves being a counselor and uses a blend of psychology, theology, and spirituality to help people heal. He has a BA in Business Management from Wayland University, and graduated from Liberty University in 2012 with a MA in Divinity, and in 2017 with a MA in Counseling.