ADAPTABILITY AND RESILIENCY OF MILITARY FAMILIES DURING REUNIFICATION: INITIAL RESULTS OF A LONGITUDINAL STUDY
After the initial "honeymoon" period, the family's readjustment to a service member's return from war can be difficult, especially when the war has had lasting effects on the service member. This...
Developing community capacity to treat post-deployment mental health problems: A public health initiative.
Meeting the mental health needs of Veterans returning from recent deployment requires the coordinated effort of partnerships across Department of Defense (DoD), Department of Veterans Affairs (VA)...
Finding Common Ground: A Toolkit for Communities Supporting Military Families
This toolkit suggests easily-achievable action items and useful resources to guide anyone who wants to support military families, but doesn’t know where to start. Identify yourself in one of the...
Joint Mental Health Advisory Team 7 (J-MHAT 7) Operation Enduring Freedom 2010 Afghanistan
During July and August 2010, Soldiers and Marines in randomly selected maneuver units completed the anonymous J-MHA T 7 survey. In total, 911 surveys were collected from 40 Army maneuver unit...
Prevalence of Mental Health Problems, Treatment Need, and Barriers to Care among Primary Care-Seeking Spouses of Military Service Members Involved in Iraq and Afghanistan Deployments
Military spouses must contend with unique issues such as a mobile lifestyle, rules and regulations of military life, and frequent family separations including peacekeeping and combat deployments.
Returning home from Iraq and Afghanistan: Preliminary assessment of readjustment needs of veterans, service members, and their families
Nearly 1.9 million U.S. troops have been deployed to Afghanistan and Iraq since October 2001. Many service members and veterans face serious challenges in readjusting to normal life after returning...
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