Coping with Separation
Briefing focused on family members and what to expect in preparation for the deployment of a family member and resources for coping during the separation.
Preparing for Reunion
Briefing focused on family members and how to prepare for a service member's return from deployment.
Briefing focused on service members and what to expect when returning from a deployment, and recommended resources.
Learn About Military Care
Click on the link below for tips, resources, and educational information for civilian health care professionals about TBI and PTSD and how to approach military patients.
Learn about PTSD
There are several treatment options that health professionals and clinicians can use to effectively treat service members with PTSD. Since there are a number of factors to consider in treating PTSD (e.g., access to services, availability, safety, patient preferences, etc.), it is important to understand the different types of treatments available to service members.
Learn about mTBI
Click on the link below to review the "mTBI Pocket Guide". The Pocket Guide was developed to provide primary care providers in the Continental United States (CONUS) with an all-encompassing, quick reference that includes clinical guidance in assessing and treating service members and veterans who have sustained a mild TBI.
Sexual Assault and Sexual Harassment in the Military
This briefing, prepared by the Defense Manpower Data Center (DMDC), reports findings from the 2012 Workplace and Gender Relations Survey of Active Duty Members. It contains information on the prevalence rates of sexual assault and sexual harassment and sexist behavior based on survey data collected during 2012. It also reports on personnel policies, practices, and training related to sexual assault, and provides an assessment of progress.