Mental health issues and the care and treatment needed for them are handled a little differently when you’re in the military. Mental health covers more than just PTSD. Learn the basics of self-care, how to identify mental health issues, how to talk to your healthcare provider, and how to seek treatment.
Explore our articles about mental health and learn more about how to prioritize your mental wellness and work with your healthcare provider to get a diagnosis and treatment for issues you may be experiencing
Military spouses and families of color can face unique challenges when we move to new locations. That’s why I created a network to help us better navigate our new stations.
Real Women, Real Stories
Managing a mental health issue is often scary and lonely — get a glimpse into how other servicewomen have navigated the military health system and gotten the help they need
Being A Queer Survivor of Sexual Assault in the Military Was Devastating — But It’s Made Me a Strong Advocate
I now focus on protecting and advancing the rights for the LGBTQ+ community as well as veterans and future service members
Focusing on self-care and self-love helped me rebuild my identity
Postpartum depression and a lack of breastfeeding support drove me out of the Army
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