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Peer Support Resources for Members of the National Guard, Reserve and Individual Augmentees

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12/14/2022

Peer support resources for members of the National Guard, Reserves, and individual augmentees. Real Warriors: look for peer support to help cope with military transition stress.

How to Cope with Common Causes of Loss

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12/13/2022

You and your military family might experience feelings of loss for many reasons. Learn some common causes of loss and healthy ways to cope.

Using a Navy Program to Navigate the Continued Stress and Uncertainty of COVID-19

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12/8/2022

Although we have settled into a new way of life, COVID-19 continues to bring lots of things to worry about, including health concerns and major unwanted life changes. On top of worrying about isolated loved ones and contracting the virus, summer programs for kids have been canceled, getting groceries is challenging, we’re still stuck at home, and many ...

Understanding Combat and Operational Stress Reactions

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12/7/2022

Combat and military operations are inherently stressful. Service members train hard to prepare mentally and physically for deployment, but they cannot completely avoid the stressors associated with serving. Be it lack of sleep, physical stress, exposure to extreme environmental conditions, or bearing witness to potentially traumatic events, service ...

Helping Military Teams Manage Acute Stress When It Matters Most

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12/7/2022

Imagine a team of service members in the middle of a fire fight – the explosions, the smells, the flashes of light, the fear. And now imagine that one of them gets so overwhelmed by stress that they freeze. They stop functioning, and now the team is down one service member and maybe two or more, as the team has to treat the affected individual. What ...

The Military Suicide Research Consortium Studies the Full Spectrum of Suicide in the Military

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12/6/2022

The Military Suicide Research Consortium (MSRC) was stood up in 2010 with significant funding from the Department of Defense (DOD) as an effort to tackle the entire range of the suicide problem for the U.S. military. In its first five years this involved creating the infrastructure to adequately support a broad range of research efforts, soliciting ...

Suicide Exposure in Military Populations and Resources for Support

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12/6/2022

Approximately 48,000 people died by suicide (link is external) in the United States in 2018. Each of those deaths is mourned by a wide range of people. In fact, recent research finds that each suicide leaves behind about 135 people (link is external) who have varying degrees of exposure to the loss. Within the veteran community, it is estimated that ...

Retiring Wounded Warrior Continues to Serve His Military Community

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12/6/2022
U.S. Navy Chief Petty Officer Blake Conley and family

Despite a career-ending cancer diagnosis, U.S. Navy Chief Petty Officer Blake Conley prepares to retire after more than 20 years serving his nation with a positive outlook and a desire to keep serving.

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Practice-Based Implementation Network Launches New Pilot: Optimizing Utilization of Behavioral Health Technicians in the Military Health System

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12/2/2022

Research findings indicate that behavioral health technicians (BHTs) may be underutilized in Military Health System (MHS) behavioral health clinics, often occupying primarily administrative roles. However, BHTs are uniquely positioned to serve as behavioral health care extenders and operational support by virtue of their specialized training and ...

Safe Helpline Resources available to DOD Sexual Assault Stakeholders and Clinicians

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12/2/2022

The Department of Defense (DOD) Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Office (SAPRO) enacts policies and creates programs to provide high-quality services and support to members of the DOD community who have been sexually assaulted

Managing Suicide Risk and Access to Firearms Guidelines for Providers

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12/2/2022

The long-awaited update to the VA/DOD Clinical Practice Guideline (CPG) for the Assessment and Management of Patients at Risk for Suicide was released in August and included the newest, evidence-based recommendations for managing one of our most critical patient populations. These updates provide us, as clinicians, an opportunity to review and renew ...

Facilitating 12-Step Approaches to Change for Service Members with Problematic Drinking

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12/1/2022

The interrelated sets of practices, beliefs, and experiences of the 12-step approach to change have helped many service members to initiate and/or sustain recovery from alcohol use disorders. As April is Alcohol Awareness Month, we have an opportunity to review and consider the distinctions between group mutual help programs, such as Alcoholics ...

Clinicians and Leaders: Principal Partners for Suicide Prevention in the Marine Corps

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11/30/2022

Effective suicide prevention is made up of collaborative partnerships and coordinated preventive resources designed to provide skills to mitigate stress, identify service members in distress, provide mitigation intervention, and work together to help service members get back in the fight. Service members in distress benefit from a dedicated support ...

Extremity Trauma and Amputation Center of Excellence Joins DHA

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10/27/2022
A man walks toward a helicopter.

DHA’s newest center of excellence supports the advancement in research and health care delivery for patients with extremity trauma and amputations.

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Caregiver Resource Directory 4

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10/12/2022
Caregiver Resource Directory 4

The NEW 2022 electronic Caregiver Resource Directory is now available! Warrior Care’s Military Caregiver Support PEER Support Coordinators are available to guide caregivers through the e-CRD to help find resources, relief, and more for a caregiver’s specific needs. Connect with a PSC today https://warriorcare.dodlive.mil/Caregiver-Resources/Military ...

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