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Insurance Information and Finding a Doctor

  • TRICARE Dental Program (TDP) by MetLife
    Check out our MetLife TDP page dedicated to answering your questions about dental coverage.
  • TRICARE
    is the health care program serving Uniformed Service members, retirees and their families worldwide. It offers comprehensive, affordable health coverage with several health plan options, a robust pharmacy benefit, dental options, special programs and demonstrations.
  • US Family Health Plan (USFHP or the Johns Hopkins Plan)
    is a managed care program developed by the Department of Defense. As designated TRICARE Prime providers under a DoD contract, the Plan offers comprehensive health care benefits to members of the seven uniformed services, including active-duty family members, retirees and their family members, and survivors. (NOTE: This plan is for folks living in the DC/Maryland/Virginia area. You MUST ask about it, as most Tricare offices will NOT inform you about this plan. The Hopkins plan ROCKS!)
  • US Hospital Finder
    finds the nearest hospitals in your area and lists the services each provides. (This is a great site when you’re new to the area and you’re looking for the nearest emergency room. Type your address into the site and it will list nearby hospitals.

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Crisis Support – Prevention and Response to Assault, Suicide, and Rape

Dear friend, if you or someone you know is sad, angry or feels alone, we want you to know that life can get better again. We’ve done our best to list available resources so that you may connect with the best resource for you. Sending hugs and hope – from the MilitaryOneClick Team

Reach out to:

  • Your unit Chaplin
  • Your health care provider
  • Your local Church / Synagogue / Mosque
  • A Friend or family member
  • National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
    National Suicide Prevention Lifeline offers 24/7 FREE and CONFIDENTIAL help to anyone in suicide crisis. Call 1-800-273-(TALK) 8255
  • The Veterans Crisis Line
    The Veterans Crisis Line connects Veterans in crisis and their families and friends with qualified, caring Department of Veterans Affairs responders through a confidential toll-free hotline, online chat, or text. Veterans and their loved ones can call 1-800-273-8255 and Press 1, to chat online, or send a text message to 838255 to receive confidential support 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.
  • Military Rape Crisis Center
    The Military Rape Crisis Center is the largest NGO helping survivors of Military Sexual Trauma and their families. The Military Rape Crisis Center free services includes peer support, mental health referrals, victim advocacy, legal advocacy, workshops and eduction.
  • National Sexual Assault Hotline
    The National Sexual Assault Online Hotline is a free, confidential, secure service that provides live help through RAINN, the nation’s largest anti-sexual assault organization.
  • SafeHelpline
    24/7 Secure, world-wide, confidential sexual assault support for the DoD community
  • Sexual Assault Prevention & Response Program (National Guard)
    Part of a DoD-wide initiative to end sexual assault in the military and encourage Service members to protect and defend one another against unwanted sexual contact. Through preventative education, civilian partnerships, bystander intervention, and victim advocacy, SAPR empowers Service members to report incidents they’ve experienced, and recognize when they or someone they know may be in a dangerous situation.

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Psychological Health – Depression, Suicide, TBI & PTSD Support

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  • After Deployment
    A behavioral health resource supporting service members, their families, and veterans with common post-deployment challenges.
  • CG SUPRT
    The CG SUPRT Program provides confidential professional counseling, education, and referral services to you and your family members. Help is available for issues such as marital and family problems, drug abuse, depression and anxiety, work/life balance, work-related concerns and career issues. Confidential help is available 24 hours a day.
  • DCoE (Defense Centers of Excellence) Outreach Center
    The DCoE (Defense Centers of Excellence) Outreach Center provides information on psychological health and traumatic brain injury. It is not a treatment or counseling center. Call 866-966-1020 or email resources@dcoeoutreach.org. Click HERE for a link to the DCoE 24/7 LIVE CHAT feature.
  • Disabled Veterans National Foundation
    Changing the lives of men and women who came home wounded or sick after defending our safety and our freedom by providing direct services to disabled veterans and their families where needed, and paying particular attention to the needs of underserved groups of veterans, including women who served our country, homeless veterans, and those who suffer such invisible wounds as brain injuries and PTSD.
  • DStress
    Marines, attached Sailors, and family members can anonymously speak with veteran Marines, former FMF corpsmen with years of experience on ‘the green side’, Marine Corps spouses or other family members, and licensed behavioral health clinical counselors who have taken Marine Corps-specific training to understand our culture.
  • Give an Hour
    GAH is dedicated to meeting the mental health needs of the troops and families affected by the ongoing conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan. We provide counseling to individuals, couples and families, and children and adolescents. We offer treatment for anxiety, depression, substance abuse, post-traumatic stress disorder, traumatic brain injuries, sexual health and intimacy concerns, and loss and grieving.
  • Generations of Warriors Project
    Welcome to the world of the Generations of Warriors. We are veterans and concerned citizens who are taking the readjustment of returning warriors to heart. We know that the first point of contact of veterans that are finding difficulties with fitting into society after their tours will invariably be other veterans. That bond is understandable and expected.
  • Mental Health Screening
    Questions designed so you can review your situation with regard to some of the more common mental health issues including, posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD), depression, anxiety, alcohol problems and more. The screening will not provide a diagnosis – for that you need to see a professional. But, it will tell you whether or not you have symptoms that are consistent with a condition or concern that would benefit from further evaluation or treatment. It will also give you guidance as to where you might seek assistance.
  • National Center for PTSD
    The Center aims to help U.S. Veterans and others through research, education, and training on trauma and PTSD. This is a Department of Veterans Affairs website. The PTSD Information Line is also available at (802) 296-6300.
  • National Institute of Mental Health, PTSD
    Offers information on signs, symptoms and treatment as well as locating appropriate mental health services.
  • Psychological Health Program – National Guard Bureau
    Information and contacts to help you and your Family build resiliency, including education to support overall wellness, support for Family members and Friends , and immediate access to help if you are experiencing troubling symptoms. Our Library is home to numerous online resources on topics ranging from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder to Traumatic Brain Injury and more.
  • PTS Treatment Veteran’s Corner
    When your life matters, we listen! Veteran’s Corner is dedicated to those men and women who earned the right to be recognized for their accomplishments. At PTS Treatment, we’ve got your back!
  • PTSD Alliance Center
    A group of professional and advocacy organizations that have joined forces to provide educational resources to individuals diagnosed with PTSD and their loved ones. The PTSD Alliance includes organizations that represent a spectrum of healthcare issues related to PTSD; including trauma-related stress, women’s healthcare, anxiety disorders and drug & alcohol rehabilitation.

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Mourning & Grief

  • Navy Chaplain Care
    site offers sailors the opportunity to ask a question or speak directly to a Navy Chaplain.
  • Children’s Grief Education Association (CGEA)
    is dedicated to serving the needs of grieving children and families and to providing education and support to those who serve them
  • Comfort Zone Camp
    is a nonprofit 501(c)3 bereavement camp that transforms the lives of children who have experienced the death of a parent, sibling, or primary caregiver. The free camps include confidence building programs and age-based support groups that break the emotional isolation grief often brings. Comfort Zone Camps are offered to children 7-17, and are held year-round in California, Massachusetts, New Jersey, and Virginia.
  • Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors
    America’s front line resource for all who are grieving the death of a loved one serving our country. We are here for you 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, whether it is just to talk, or meet others with shared experiences and understanding, or to find support and information from our professional network of resources.
  • Operation Purple Camps & Operation Purple Family Retreats
    Helps families cope with the deployment of a loved one by providing free summer camps for military children and free family retreats to help families reconnect after a loved one returns from deployment.
  • Servicemembers’ & Veterans’ Group Life Insurance (SGLI)
  • Honoring Our Fallen
    Their mission is to assist Family members of Fallen Heroes during the initial shock of notification. We work with appropriate government agencies and community members to provide comprehensive support for them. This assistance includes linking Families with the resources they need to cope with life after loss.

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Dieting & Nutrition

  • Army Fitness & Nutrition
    A Soldier’s level of physical fitness has a direct impact on his or her combat readiness, a Soldier in the U.S. Army must be mentally and physically fit. Not only are physically fit Soldiers essential to the Army, they are also more likely to have enjoyable, productive lives.
  • HealthFinder.gov
    Get the latest, most reliable information on a wide range of health topics selected from approximately 1,400 government and non-profit organizations.
  • Spark Recipes/Recipe Calculator
    Calculate the nutritional information of a recipe. (Great if you are counting calories or “points.”)
  • Weight Watchers For over 40 years, Weight Watchers has helped millions of people around the world to lose weight!
  • USAF Fit Family Site
    Get up. Get out. Get fit. Together.
  • Skinny Tastes
    Delicious, simple healthy recipes using real ingredients that are low in calories and fat.

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