Psychological Health Program
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Army Reserve Family Programs Army Reserve Family Programs
www.usar.army.mil/ARFP/

Connects Soldiers and Family to resources within their community.

Army Reserve Medical Management Center – ARMMC Army Reserve Medical Management Center – ARMMC
www.usar.army.mil/MedicalManagementCenter/

Centralized management and tracking of all profiles received from Soldiers or Logistics Health Incorporated (LHI). Centralized location for MEB/NDPEB/MAR2 packet building and submission into the Integrated Disability Evaluation System (IDES) and the Regional Support Command (RSC). Centralized location for review of USAR WTU packets.

eBenefits eBenefits
www.ebenefits.va.gov/ebenefits/homepage

Service of the Department of Veterans Affairs and Department of Defense for veterans, service members, Wounded Warriors, their Familiy members and their authorized caregivers.

Family Assistance Centers Family Assistance Centers (FACs)
Go to MilitaryOneSource.mil and search for “National Guard Family Programs”
Provide Reserve and Guard Soldiers with emergency financial services and referrals.

Give an Hour Give an Hour
GiveAnHour.org/military

Click on “Get Help”
Non-military, licensed therapists volunteer to provide FREE, counseling to Service Members and Family for up to a year.

HEROES CARE Homefront Enabling Relationships, Opportunities, and Empowerment through Support
heroescare.org

Network of trained mental health service providers working together to provide support for military members and their families. Serves all branches of the military and their families through pre-deployment, deployment, family reintegration and post-deployment.

Make the Connection Make the Connection
MakeTheConnection.net

Allows Soldiers and Family to easily search for resources in the VA system, SAMHSA and NRD all on one URL.

Military Crisis Line Military Crisis Line
800-273-8255 (TALK) or Text to 838255 for crisis support
Go to VA.gov to find VA hospitals, homeless services and more.

Miliary OneSource Military OneSource
militaryonesource.mil

800-342-9647 
Free counseling (but not for those with suicidal thoughts or in need of medication); hundreds of resources, including “Chill Drills,” financial counseling, free tax filing and information on almost any military topic.

NAMI National Alliance on Mental Illness
www.nami.org

Mental health organization dedicated to building better lives for the millions of Americans affected by mental illness.

NRD.gov National Resource Directory
NRD.gov

Comprehensive directory of services for Soldiers, Veterans and Families.

P3 Private Public Partnership
www.usar.army.mil/P3

Employment opportunities and training for Soldiers.

PHCoE Psychological Health Center of Excellence (PHCOE)
pdhealth.mil

866-966-1020
24/7 support, info & many programs for psychological health and TBI.

Psychology Today - Find a Therapist Psychology Today – Find a Therapist
www.psychologytoday.com/us/therapists

Find detailed listings for mental health professionals.

Real Warriors Real Warriors
RealWarriors.net

Information and resources, including several excellent phone apps such as PTSD Coach, Breathe2Relax, Virtual Hope Box and Dream EZ.

Strong Bonds Strong Bonds
StrongBonds.org

Fun individual, family and couple retreats; get paid to attend a relationship retreat run by the Chaplains Program. Select an event within 450 miles of HOR and get approval from your CoC.

SAMHSA Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration
www.samhsa.gov

A branch of the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services that helps connect individuals to substance use treatment.

Team Red White and Blue Team Red White and Blue
www.teamrwb.org/

Connecting veterans to their communities through physical and social activity.

TAPS Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors
TAPS.org

800-959-8277 (TAPS)
24/7 helpline and programs for those grieving the loss of a Soldier.

Tricare Select Reserve Tricare Reserve Select
tricare.mil/TRS

Health plan for members of the Selected Reserve and their families.

Vet Center Vet Center
VetCenter.va.gov

877-927-8387
24/7 referral to nearest Vet Center for: Free Counseling (individual and group), referrals to military benefits, VSOs, employment, financial, homeless and more.

Vets 4 Warriors Vets 4 Warriors
vets4warriors.com

855-838-8255 (TALK) 24/7 telephonic, confidential peer-to-peer support by veterans to help.


FINDING COMMUNITY RESOURCES

211 2-1-1
Call 2-1-1 or visit 211.org to find local resources for crisis, food, housing, utilities, healthcare and employment.

Aunt Bertha Aunt Bertha
findhelp.org

Helps locate social services and support groups in your community. Simply enter your zip code.

Relief Benefits Relief Benefits
ReliefBenefits.com

Social Services in your community, simply click on the service you need and scroll down to see what’s available.
  • Contact Our Staff

    USAR DIRECTOR OF PSYCHOLOGICAL HEALTH PROGRAM
    COL Melissa L. Mitravich, AN (Fort Bragg, N.C.)
    Office: 910-570-8095
    Cell:716-830-9947
    Melissa.L.Mitravich.mil@mail.mil

    Deputy Director, Psychological Health Program
    CPT Phillip Lewis, LICSW (Fort Bragg)
    Office: 910-570-9964
    Cell: 402-598-5036
    Phillip.J.Lewis16.mil@mail.mil

    Director, Psychological Health (DPH) Team Lead 
    Stacey Feig, LPC (Fort Belvoir)  
    Office: 703-806-6905
    Cell: 703-254-8246
    Stacey.A.Feig.ctr@mail.mil

    63RD READINESS DIVISION

    DPH Meg Haycraft, LCSW 
    Cell: 571-319-1577
    Margaret.V.Haycraft.ctr@mail.mil

    DPH Holly DeClerck
    Office: 650-526-9211
    Cell: 571-319-1577
    Holly.J.Declerck.ctr@mail.mil

    NCM Jill Robinson, RN
    Cell: 910-929-7793
    Jill.E.Robinson9.ctr@mail.mil 

    NCM Amy Lindsey, RN
    Cell:910-929-7402
    Amy.S.Lindsey.ctr@mail.mil

    88TH READINESS DIVISION

    DPH Deb Olson, LCSW 
    Office: 608-388-0338
    Cell: 571-969-0671
    Deborah.J.Olson10.ctr@mail.mil

    DPH Deb Koltis
    Cell: 910-622-3694
    Debra.A.Koltis.ctr@mail.mil

    NCM Martha Sebus, RN
    Cell: 910-622-3667
    Martha.M.Sebus.ctr@mail.mil

    NCM Bruce Kyllonen, RN
    Cell: 910-853-2957
    Bruce.A.Kyllonen.ctr@mail.mil

    81ST READINESS DIVISION

    DPH Donna Brunetti, LPC, LPCC, LMHC 
    Office: 803–751–9547
    Cell: 571–623–6470
    Donna.M.Brunetti.ctr@mail.mil

    DPH Rhoda Donnelly, LCSW
    Office: 571-355-9704
    Cell: 813-922-8255
    Rhoda.D.Donnelly.ctr@mail.mil

    NCM Kwajaleyn Myers, RN
    Cell: 910-929-7703
    Office: 803-751-4698
    Kwajaleyn.H.Myers.ctr@mail.mil

    NCM Sharon Kay Harper, RN
    Cell: 910-929-7651
    Sharon.K.Harper2.ctr@mail.mil

    99TH READINESS DIVISION

    DPH Patricia Moloney, LCSW 
    Office: 609-562-7580
    Cell: 571-623-6459
    Patricia.A.Moloney.ctr@mail.mil

    NCM Cindy Delphey, RN
    Cell: 910-622-3526
    Cynthia.M.Delphey.ctr@mail.mil

    NCM Maria Zelko, RN
    Cell: 910-620-2927 
    Maria.T.Zelko.ctr@mail.mil