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Balance work and play
Maintain employment and
have a successful career
Overcome stress and bounce back from difficulty
Remain flexible and
open to change
Experience joy and
The high-stress conditions of military life can challenge one's mental and physical well-being. Service members face stressors such as deployment, combat, separation from family and friends, the death of fellow service members, as well as dealing with behavioral and physical conditions. While active duty family members face stressors such as adjusting to the service member’s deployment, frequent reassignments, irregular schedules, disruption to routines, as well as living far away from family and friends.
Behavioral health does not mean that life is without stress. People experience difficulties regardless of their behavioral health status. Conflict, stress, and trauma can naturally lead to emotional pain. And risk factors, like environmental stressors and medical conditions, can make it hard to bounce back, especially alone. Behavioral health conditions are common and also treatable. The good news is that help is available.
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Our behavioral health team is committed to your mental and physical well-being. We recognize that service to country can present unique challenges that may involve personal sacrifice. Sometimes these challenges are difficult to overcome. We are here to help. Explore the options below to see how we can assist you.
No specific concerns, but interested in finding strategies to stay healthy and strengthen resilience?Prevention strategies
Experiencing symptoms that may or may not be causing trouble in your life and want to find out why?Identify common signs
Call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline, available 24/7, for free and confidential support
during emotional distress or suicidal crisis. Learn more