The Defense Health Agency's electronic Caregiver Resource Directory provides more than 2,000 resources for caregivers of wounded warriors within three taps on their mobile phone, their computer, or tablet.
This article deals with suicide. If you or someone you know is having thoughts of suicide, call the 988 National Suicide and Crisis Lifeline and press “1”, or text 838255, or chatfor the dedicated Veterans Crisis Line and Military Crisis Line. For Spanish, press “2”.
The holiday season is a time when we come together to celebrate with our loved ones and exchange special gifts. For many, there is one gift that means the most to those you never meet—the act of donating blood, which gives the gift of life.
A little over a year ago, in June 2022, the Department of Defense launched the Warfighter Brain Health Initiative to bring together the operational and medical communities in a more unified approach toward optimizing service member brain health and countering traumatic brain injuries.
In the aftermath of a death by suicide, those left behind often benefit greatly from help processing their grief over the loss of their loved one, friend, or colleague, according to the Department of Defense Suicide Prevention Officeopens DSPO.mil.
The University of Guam Cancer Research Center and University of Hawai’i Cancer Center through their Pacific Island Partnership for Cancer Health Equity collaboration will be hosting the fourth Health Providers Cancer Symposium for the Pacific Region this weekend.