Service Members and Families
Guard and Reserve
For Guard and Reserve
Members of the National Guard and Reserve face unique challenges balancing military service with civilian life. The Defense Centers of Excellence for Psychological Health and Traumatic Brain Injury (DCoE) serves warriors and their families needing help with psychological health (PH) and traumatic brain injury (TBI) issues, promoting resilience, recovery and reintegration. Below are some great resources from military, government and community programs that are specifically for Guardsmen and Reservists!
“Courage to Care” Fact Sheets
Courage to Care is a new, electronic health campaign for military and civilian professionals serving the military community, as well as for military men, women and families. Courage to Care consists of electronic fact sheets that provide actionable information. This content was developed by leading military health experts from Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences in collaboration with The Center for Traumatic Stress (CSTS).
Mobile devices represent a strategic technology area that has the potential to enhance access to PH & TBI care and resources for service members, veterans and families – particularly for the Guard and Reserve populations. T2 is developing mobile applications for PH and TBI. Learn more: