Military children have the same hopes and dreams as other children, but their daily lives can be vastly different. Despite the challenges of being in a military family, military kids often demonstrate resilience, leadership and achievement. Join us as we salute them this month.
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DCoE experts will participate in a “Women in Combat Symposium” at the Defense Health Headquarters April 29 – May 1. The symposium is a policy development exercise to identify key issues for women in combat roles, as well as policy and research gaps.
The event is open to federal employees, federal contractors and active-duty military.
April is Alcohol Awareness Month — a good time to assess drinking habits. How can you do that? Take a free and anonymous screening at www.DrinkingIQ.org. You’ll learn whether your symptoms are consistent with alcohol misuse, and how and where to get further evaluation and help.
Deployment Health Clinical
National Center for Telehealth
Defense and Veterans Brain Injury