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Coping with Deployment

Army Behavioral Health

When our Soldiers return home, most will experience a brief readjustment period and a successful home transition. Some will need short or long-term counseling to assist in their transition. Medical assistance from the Army and the VA is available to provide treatment and see them through to a healthy outcome. Fifteen to thirty (15-30) percent of Soldiers returning from Iraq experience post-traumatic stress symptoms or other mental health symptoms. This is not unusual after combat. Recognizing and treating these symptoms early is key to preventing them from becoming a disorder such as post-traumatic stress disorder.

PTSD and Traumatic Brain Injury

To find out more about Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) and the resources available, click on the links below.


Coping with Deployment

Deployment is never easy and it often takes a toll on both the Soldier and the family. There are many resources and tools available to make it easier. We have provided up-to-date articles and tools available for you to get in touch with other family members going through the same challenges.

Visit these sites to help you manage deployment:

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