Service Members & Families

Whether you’re a service member, veteran or family member, DCoE can help you find answers to your questions about psychological health and traumatic brain injury.

Through partnerships with the Defense Department, Department of Veterans Affairs and a national network of military and civilian agencies, community leaders, advocacy groups, clinical experts and academic institutions, DCoE provides resources to help you with your concerns.

24/7 Help: DCoE Outreach Center

Qualified health resource consultants are available to you 24/7 via the DCoE Outreach Center to help shed light on a variety of subjects to include combat stress signs and symptoms and up-to-date treatment options for psychological health concerns and traumatic brain injury. Call 866-966-1020 or email to get answers to your questions and access useful resources.

Real Warriors Campaign

The Real Warriors Campaign, sponsored by DCoE, is a multimedia public education campaign designed to combat the stigma associated with seeking psychological health treatment and encourage service members to get appropriate treatment. Visit the campaign website for more resources including access to 24/7 live chat, message boards and more.


DCoE offers a variety of psychological health and traumatic brain injury resources (including websites and mobile applications) for service members, veterans and their families. Check out the DCoE Resource Catalog for a complete list.

Explore the pages below for information and resources to help with common issues related to military life:

Find additional help for Active Duty, National Guard and Reserve, Veterans and Families on the Real Warriors Campaign website.

This page was last updated on: August 11, 2016.