An Army Reserve specific program who understands the stressors of the Army Reserve Soldiers’ responsibilities of balancing a civilian job, school, family, work, and being a soldier.
The Psychological Health Program run by USARC's Surgeon Directorate, has points of contacts in each Readiness Division ready to assist you, give them a call. Services are confidential.
To achieve and sustain the most resilient and mentally fit Reserve force in the Nation. We will accomplish this by facilitating behavioral health services for Soldiers and family members who need them. Assist operational leadership through Command consultation, preserving unit cohesion through traumatic event management, and developing enduring partnerships with sister organizations.
To provide trained, ready, and proficient psychological health professionals who are passionate about delivering world-class behavior health services to USAR Soldiers across the nation.
Can I send my Soldier to see you? Where are you located?
Why do I have to send Soldiers to a Military Treatment Facility for Command Directed Behavioral Health Evaluations (CDBHE)?
Why did I get a profile after my PHA, PDHA, PDHRA?
How can I get rid of a profile?
Will this program affect my profile or be on my record?
Will civilian employers know about it?
Will the Army pay for my treatment?
What if I cannot afford insurance or treatment?
PHP will assist soldiers and families to find resources that are inexpensive or possibly free.
Will a Behavior Health Profile or getting treatment affect my security clearance?
VERY UNLIKELY....professional behavioral health counseling is not a threat to an individual's security clearance; rather it can be a positive factor in the security clearance process. CCF's adjudicative history indicates that 99.98% of cases with psychological concerns obtain/retain their security clearance eligibility.
DCSA- FACT SHEET: MENTAL HEALTH AND SECUTY CLEARANCE
Army G-2 Personnel Security Web Site
UNDERSTANDING PTSD and PTSD TREATMENT (PDF)
Suicide Prevention Program
Sexual Harassment/Assault Response & Prevention
Army Reserve Family Programs (Connects Soldiers and Family to resources within their community.)
Army Reserve Medical Management Center (Profiles, medical evaluation boards)
Army Reserve Care Program (formerly known as Warrior Transition Program)
Private Public Partnership (P3 - Employment opportunities and training for Soldiers)
Strong Bonds (Fun individual, family and couple retreats; get paid to attend a relationship retreat run by the Chaplains Program)
TRICARE Reserve (Health plan for members of the Selected Reserve and their families)
eBenefits (Provide Service Members, Veterans, & eligible dependents the ability to manage their VA & DoD benefits, claims, and military documents)
GENERAL QUESTIONS: email@example.com
USAR DIRECTOR OF PSYCHOLOGICAL HEALTH PROGRAM
COL Leanna J. Brown (Fort Bragg)
Deputy Director, Psychological Health Program
CPT Dawn Westmoreland (Fort Bragg)
Director, Psychological Health (DPH) Team Lead
Stacey Feig, LPC (Fort Belvoir)
63RD READINESS DIVISION
DPH Meg Haycraft, LCSW
DPH Holly DeClerck, LCSW
NCM Jill Robinson, RN
88TH READINESS DIVISION
DPH Deb Olson, LCSW
DPH Deb Koltis, LPC
NCM Martha Serbus, RN
NCM Bruce Kyllonen, RN
81ST READINESS DIVISION
DPH Donna Brunetti, LPC, LPCC, LMHC
DPH Rhoda Donnelly, LCSW
NCM Kwajaleyn Myers, RN
99TH READINESS DIVISION
DPH Patricia Moloney, LCSW
NCM Cindy Delphey, RN
NCM Maria Zelko, RN
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Behavioral Health is the balance between thoughts, moods, and behaviors. Disruption of this balance can result in problems 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. The Psychological Health Program can help you figure out what is going on and what you can do about it.