Service Members and Families
Guard and Reserve
Members of the National Guard and Reserve
Members of the National Guard and Reserve face unique challenges balancing military service with civilian life. DCoE serves warriors and their families who need help with psychological health and traumatic brain injury (TBI) concerns, promoting resilience, recovery and reintegration. Below are some great resources from military, government and community programs specifically for Guardsmen and reservists.
Mobile technology has the potential to enhance access to psychological health and TBI care and resources for service members, veterans and families – particularly for the Guard and Reserve populations. National Center for Telehealth & Technology, a DCoE center, develops psychological health and TBI mobile applications and online resources to improve the lives of the nation’s warriors, veterans and their families. Check out all T2 has to offer on the “Portfolio” section of the center’s website. Or, check out the DCoE Resource Catalog for a complete listing of available resources.