Whether you are an active duty, National Guard or Reserve warrior, or one of our nation’s veterans, DCoE can assist you in finding the answers to your questions about psychological health and traumatic brain injury.
Through partnerships with the Department of Defense, the Department of Veterans Affairs and a national network of military and civilian agencies, community leaders, advocacy groups, clinical experts, and academic institutions, DCoE places resources in your hands to help you with your concerns. From administrative discharge, to combat stress signs and symptoms and up-to-date treatment options for psychological health concerns and traumatic brain injury, qualified health consultants are on hand 24/7 at our Outreach Center
to assist you.
In addition, DCoE has launched the Real Warriors Campaign
to combat the stigma associated with military service members seeking psychological health care and treatment.
- Suicide Prevention
- Guard and Reserve
- TBI Information
- What is the Real Warriors Campaign?
- Before Deployment: How can I handle the stress of preparing for deployment?
- After Deployment
- Locating Health Care: Military Health Support Services at DCoE
- DCoE Outreach Center
Click here for additional information for Active Duty, National Guard and Reserve and Veterans on the Real Warriors site.