BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SUPPORT
 
Army Reserve Family Programs is a comprehensive blend of quality of life programs in support of Department of Defense activities. Family Programs is a Commander's force multiplier for mission readiness. 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.
 


2. TRICARE:
Mental health problems are painful—emotionally, spiritually and socially—for all who are involved. Many people are reluctant to seek behavioral health care because they're afraid a "stigma" surrounds behavioral health problems. Too often, a person fails to reach out for help until he or she is in the midst of a crisis. Our military leadership recognizes the need for addressing behavioral health care issues for men and women in uniform, their families, and retirees.
 


3. 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.  Explore this Web site especially for Soldiers, Families, and friends.  Learn how to adjust, cope, get ready to deploy, transition to return home, and other information and sources.
 
4. Suicide Prevention Hotline (1-800-273-TALK):
No matter what problems you are dealing with, we want to help you find a reason to keep living. By calling 1-800-273-TALK (8255) you’ll be connected to a skilled, trained counselor at a crisis center in your area, anytime 24/7.
 
5. Military OneSource:
Confidential, non-medical counseling is available through Military OneSource via telephone, online or face to face. Eligible individuals may receive confidential non-medical counseling addressing issues requiring short-term attention. 
 
6. 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. The DVBIC mission is to serve active-duty military, their beneficiaries and veterans with TBIs through state-of-the-art clinical care, innovative clinical research initiatives and educational programs, and support for force health protection services. DVBIC fulfills this mission through ongoing collaboration with the Defense Department, military services, Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), civilian health partners, local communities, families and individuals with TBI.
Deployment Health Clinical Center: For more than 15 years, Deployment Health Clinical Center (DHCC) has worked to improve deployment-related health care. DHCC seeks to transform military health care delivery systems from a disease management model to a more effective and efficient population-based collaborative model of care through health systems research, program implementation support at military treatment facilities (MTFs) and program evaluation services.
National Center for Telehealth and Technology: The National Center for Telehealth and Technology (T2) is comprised of clinical psychologists, researchers, interactive designers and technical specialists who develop behavioral health assessment, screening, reference and treatment tools for the military community.
 
Whether you are an active duty, National Guard or Reserve warrior, or one of our nation’s veterans, DCoE can assist you in finding the answers to your questions about psychological health and traumatic brain injury. Through partnerships with the Department of Defense, the Department of Veterans Affairs and a national network of military and civilian agencies, community leaders, advocacy groups, clinical experts, and academic institutions, DCoE places resources in your hands to help you with your concerns. From administrative discharge, to combat stress signs and symptoms and up-to-date treatment options for psychological health concerns and traumatic brain injury, qualified health consultants are on hand 24/7 at our Outreach Center to assist you.