Treatment Options for Sleep Conditions

The demands of military life often get in the way of a full night’s sleep.

Resiliency Programs for Military Families

Balancing the demands of military service with family life can be hard. It is common for service members and their families to feel stress for many reasons. Frequent moves, deployments, or grief and loss can all negatively affect service members, spouses and their children.

6 Apps for Staying Mission Ready

Mobile apps are powerful tools that can keep you mission ready. They can help you cope with many concerns from routine stress and sleep difficulties, to anxiety or posttraumatic stress disorder.

Understanding and Managing Reactions from Experiences of Sexual Assault

Any service member can experience sexual assault. It involves uninvited sexual contact. Service members who experience sexual assault may develop psychological health concerns like sadness, anxiety or trouble sleeping.

Resources Available through Combat Operational Stress Control

Combat and operational stress describes the reactions you may have while performing challenging military duties that push your mind and body to the limit. You might have these reactions because of one or many deployments, during combat or because of difficulties during training.

Tools and Tips to Treat Military Patients

Military life can be stressful. As a health care professional treating service members, veterans and their families, you need more than just the latest information and resources on psychological health.

A Provider’s Guide for Using the Real Warriors Campaign

As a health care provider caring for service members and veterans, you are committed to supporting their medical care and psychological health.

Psychological Health Resources for Reservists

Reservists often have unique challenges balancing military service with civilian life.

What the Post-9/11 GI Bill Means to You

On Aug. 1, 2009, the Post-9/11 GI Bill went into effect, creating the most comprehensive education benefits program since Roosevelt signed the original bill in 1944. If you are an active member or veteran of the National Guard or Reserve, it is important that you are aware of what this new bill means to you.

Clinical and Non-Clinical Care Resources

Service members and their families experience unique pressures, such as managing transitions, separations, cross-country moves and handling their personal finances.


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