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A mental wellness resource for service members, veterans and military families that offers assistance to address after-deployment concerns.
Online community network offering a broad range of information and services.
A resource for Soldiers (Active Duty, Army National Guard and Army Reserve), Army Family Members, DA Civilians, Veterans and Retirees to improve their lives and careers with news, information and actionable recourses.
American Psychological Association
An online resource for brochures, tips and articles on the psychological issues that affect your physical and emotional well-being, as well as information about referrals.
Coast Guard Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
A support system for all employees of the U.S. Coast Guard (military, civilian and their families) with personal, family or job-related problems. The Coast Guard has adopted the EAP to help members proactively address their concerns and manage problems throughout their careers. The EAP counseling services provides a confidential means to improve life skills or obtain help before a concern becomes a crisis to uniformed members and civilians and their families.
Courage to Care
An electronic health campaign for military and civilian professionals serving the military community, as well as for military men, women and families. Courage to Care consists of electronic fact sheets on timely health topics relevant to military life that provide actionable information.
Department of Veterans Affairs (VA)
Offers enhanced enrollment benefits and a full range of VA health care services to eligible veterans (including Operation Enduring Freedom and Operation Iraqi Freedom veterans) for five years after discharge from the military.
The American Psychiatric Association's online resource for anyone seeking mental health information. Here you will find information on many common mental health concerns, including warning signs of mental disorders, treatment options and preventative measures.
The U.S. Army health promotion and wellness web site specifically targeted to members of the National Guard and Reserve.
Mental Health Self-Assessment Program
A mental health self-assessment tool designed for you to review your situation with regard to some of the more common mental health issues. The screening will not provide a diagnosis - for that you need to see a professional. But, it will tell you whether or not you have symptoms that are consistent with a condition or concern that would benefit from further evaluation or treatment. It will also give you guidance as to where you might seek assistance.
Military & Family Life Consultants (MFLCs)
Supports service members and their families by providing direct, face-to-face, non-medical counseling and education regarding daily life stressors related to deployment and reintegration. MFLCs address concerns of stress, relationships, family problems, financial issues, grief and loss, conflict resolution, and the emotional challenges of transitioning from combat back to civilian life. For more information, call 1-800-646-5613.
An internet-based family assistance program that offers personalized advice and support on many kinds of issues, such as relationship problems, spouse employment, and other mental health issues. Available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for active duty service members and their families.
National Institute of Mental Health
The largest scientific organization in the world dedicated to research focused on the understanding, treatment, and prevention of mental disorders and the promotion of mental health.
Navy and Marine Corps Public Health Center
Health promotion Web site featuring a section called "Minding Your Mental Health?."
Operation Healthy Reunions
Provides education and helps combat the stigma of behavioral health issues among service members, their families, and medical staff.
The Real Warriors Campaign is an initiative launched by the Defense Centers of Excellence for Psychological Health and Traumatic Brain Injury (DCoE) to promote the processes of building resilience, facilitating recovery and supporting reintegration of returning service members, veterans and their families.
Telemental Health Services
As part of the TRICARE Telemedicine benefit, the regional contractors use medically-supervised, secure audio-visual conferencing to link beneficiaries with offsite providers. TRICARE's regional contractors have establishednetworks of telemental health originating sites for beneficiaries, and networks of offsite providers who can evaluate, treat and refer you as necessary via video. If you are near an originating site, you may use the telemental health program for all aspects of behavioral health services including psychotherapy and medication management. Currently, telemental health services are only available in the United States. Check with your regional contractor for more information.
TRICARE Assistance Program Demonstration
The web-based TRICARE Assistance Program (TRIAP) Demonstration expands access to existing behavioral health services by using audiovisual telecommunications systems such as video chat and instant messaging to access existing behavioral health centers.