U.S. Army Reserve


What is Behavioral Health?

Behavioral Health refers to the balance between thoughts, moods, and behaviors. Disruption of the balance can result in problems for the person who is experiencing it, things like relationship conflict, worsening work or school performance, and difficulty meeting responsibilities. Maintaining behavioral health, or getting back on track once behavioral health has been disrupted, requires help and support. That’s where the USAR Psychological Health Program (PHP) comes in. We can provide information about what might be going on and assist you in finding the right resource for the right concern.

The Psychological Health Program and What We Do

The USAR PHP is part of a greater Department of Defense psychological health initiative that was mandated in 2012. Every service and every component has a PHP; and every program is staffed by personnel with the title Director of Psychological Health (DPH). There is a military DPH for every service and service component.


The USAR Psychological Health Program assists individual Soldiers to achieve optimum behavioral health. We do this by connecting geographically dispersed Soldiers and Family members with the resources they need to address behavioral health concerns. The readiness of the force depends upon the strength and resilience of every soldier.


The USAR Psychological Health Program serves to assist leaders and units by providing Command consultation. We can help leaders make informed decisions and advocate for Soldiers who are experiencing a behavioral health issue without compromising unit or mission integrity.


The USAR Psychological Health Program supports units by providing Traumatic Event Management and other group events. When a unit experiences something that could negatively impact it on an organizational level, our team can work with Commanders and Chaplains to assist the unit in processing the experience, preserving unit cohesion, and maintaining individual and collective readiness.

Meet our Staff
63rd Readiness Division & 9th MSC
Meg Haycraft, LCSW
Moffett Field, CA
Office:  650-526-9211
Cell:  847-846-9444

81st Readiness Division & 1st MSC
Christina Wildy, LPC
Fort Jackson, SC
Office: 803–751–9547
Cell: 571–623–6470
88th Readiness Division
Deb Olson, LCSW

Fort McCoy, WI
Office:  608-388-0338
Cell:  571-969-0671
99th Readiness Division
Patricia Moloney, LCSW

Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst, N.J.
Office:  609-562-7580
Cell:  571-623-6459

Army Reserve Medical Management Center (AR-MMC)
Rhoda Donnelly, LCSW

Pinellas Park, FL
Office:  727-563-3694
Cell:  813-922-8255
Program Director
Stacey Feig, LPC

Fort Belvoir, VA
Office:  703-806-6905
Cell:  703-254-8246
COL Mary Colberg
Fort Bragg, N.C.
Office:  910-570-8108

Useful Resources

Fort Family/Army Reserve Family Programs:

Army Reserve Family Programs is a comprehensive blend of quality of life programs in support of Department of Defense activities.

Family programs staff serve as the primary coordinating resource, who provide a multitude of unit and community-based services that foster the growth, development, and readiness of Soldiers and Families assigned to the Command.

TRICARE: Mental Health Care

Mental health problems are painful—emotionally, spiritually and socially—for all who are involved. Mental health problems can affect your thoughts, mood and behavior.

• If you or a family member needs help, call a crisis hotline now! 
• If you're not sure, call the Nurse Advice Line.

Army Behavioral Health Website:
Efforts in education, prevention, and early treatment are unprecedented. Our goal is to ensure that every deployed and returning Soldier receives the health care they need.

Defense Centers of Excellence:
DCoE oversees three centers, each of which contributes unique insights, standards, clinical tools and research products to the fields of psychological health and traumatic brain injury.

Defense and Veterans Brain Injury Center » 
The Defense and Veterans Brain Injury Center (DVBIC) is the traumatic brain injury (TBI) operational component of DCoE. 

Deployment Health Clinical Center » 
A gateway to information on deployment health and healthcare for healthcare providers, service members, veterans, and their families.

National Center for Telehealth and Technology »
Our mission at the National Center for Telehealth & Technology is to lead the innovation of mobile health and telehealth solutions to deliver psychological health and traumatic brain injury care and support to our nation’s warriors, veterans and their families. 

Military OneSource

Military OneSource is a free service provided by the Department of Defense to service members and their families to help with a broad range of concerns including money management, spouse employment and education, parenting and child care, relocation, deployment, reunion, and the particular concerns of families with special-needs members.

They can also include more complex issues like relationships, stress, and grief. Services are available 24 hours a day — by telephone and online. Many Military OneSource staff members have military experience (veterans, spouses, Guardsmen, Reservists), and all receive ongoing training on military matters and military lifestyle. The program can be especially helpful to service members and their families who live at a distance from installations.

No matter what problems you are dealing with, we want to help you find a reason to keep living. Call 
1-800-273-TALK (8255) 
Be connected to a skilled, trained counselor at a crisis center in your area, anytime 24/7
Members of the Reserve have unique challenges balancing their military service with civilian life, especially when facing a deployment. Real Warriors offers information and tools to use when developing and navigating the deployment and reintegration process for service members.