Many service members and veterans with psychological health concerns wait too long to seek treatment. Join us to discuss “A Population Approach to Treatment Engagement in Behavioral Health Care,” from 1 to 2:30 p.m. (EDT) August 28. Presenters will:
Military health care providers and line leaders can register for the Psychological Health and Resilience Summit Sept. 17-19. The virtual and in-person training will focus on prevention and treatment of psychological health concerns affecting service members and their families, as well as current and new best practices to enhance resilience and readiness.
All are welcome to participate virtually. In-person attendance is invitation only.
More than 15 hours of educational program content — learn more.
“Back to School: Guide to Academic Success After Traumatic Brain Injury” is a free resource to help service members and veterans with a traumatic brain injury learn these and other new skills to succeed in an academic environment:
Download the guide.
Deployment Health Clinical
National Center for Telehealth
Defense and Veterans Brain Injury