For Psychological Health & Traumatic Brain Injury
U.S. Department of Defense
Are you or a loved one in a crisis and need help? Call the Military Crisis
Line at 800-273-8255, press 1 to talk with someone now. Responders are
available 24 hours a day, 7 days a
#BeThere because everyone has a role to play in suicide prevention.
As fall sports season begins for students and families, players can reduce
the risk of a concussion by learning to tackle properly in sports such as
football, lacrosse and rugby. Defense and Veterans Brain Injury Center
expert shares why the proper tackling technique can help prevent head
injuries in contact sports.
Learn more about getting the head out of a contact sport.
Sleep is important for healthy brain function, emotional well-being and
overall good physical health. Psychological health concerns or a traumatic
brain injury may make sleep more difficult. Simple changes to your behavior
and environment - sleep schedule, bedtime habits and daily lifestyle choices
- can help you get a better night's rest.
Check out these 10 tips to help improve your sleep habits.
The DCoE Outreach Center provides personalized consultation 24/7 to help service members, veterans, families, caregivers and health care providers find psychological health and TBI information and resources.
Whether you call, email or live chat, a licensed, master’s level consultant will address your specific concerns and help quickly connect you to what you need.
The DCoE Outreach Center's toll free number is 866-966-1020
DHCC works to improve psychological health and deployment-related health care for our nation's warriors and their families
T2 develops telehealth and technology solutions for psychological health and traumatic brain injury to improve the lives of our nation’s warriors and their families
DVBIC serves military and family members with traumatic brain injuries through state-of-the-science clinical care, research, and education