depression

Taking the First Steps to Get Help for Psychological Health Concerns

Seeking help for psychological health concerns allows you to play an active role in your own well-being.

Understanding Moral Injury

As a service member, you may encounter inner conflicts, ethical or moral challenges during deployments, special missions, or in the course of one’s duty. You may be required to act in ways that go against your moral beliefs or witness behaviors by others that make you feel uncomfortable.

Dealing with Depression: Symptoms and Treatment

Depression is a common psychological concern that can affect anyone, anywhere at any time – whether or not you are a service member or veteran. Depression is not just a passing feeling of being down in the dumps, it’s not a sign of weakness and it’s not something you can just “snap out of” whenever you feel like it. It is a medical condition that can be treated and managed, just like any other; but the first step to getting effective treatment is speaking openly and honestly with a health care provider about the symptoms you are experiencing.
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