Programs and Resources
There are many additional programs and resources you can use to get help. Read below to see what is right for you.
Military Crisis Line
Are you a veteran or service member in crisis? Or are you concerned about one? You can call, chat online, or send a text message to reach trained professionals any time.
Coast Guard Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
You can get confidential help before a concern becomes a crisis. This is for U.S. Coast Guard members, civilians, and their families.
Call to get help with personal problems and life challenges. This is for U.S. Coast Guard members and their families.
Are you transferring to a new location or separating from active duty? Are you between mental health care providers? Call to get help while you’re in transition.
You can get advice and support about military family issues. We offer help with relationship problems, spouse employment, and mental health. This is for active duty service members and their families, anytime.
Tools and Training
Do you need help after your deployment? This is for service members, veterans, and military families.
Where do you stand in relation to common mental health issues? This screening will show if you have symptoms of a condition and how to get help.
Operation Live Well
We are dedicated to your health and wellness. Find tools and resources to maintain a healthy lifestyle.
You can get help building your resilience, facilitating your recovery and reintegrating. This is for returning service members, veterans and their families.
You can get information for all phases of the deployment cycle.
American Psychological Association
Anxiety and Depression Association of America
Defense Centers of Excellence for Psychological Health & Traumatic Brain Injury
Deployment Health Clinical Center
National Center for Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
National Institute of Mental Health
National Sexual Violence Resource Center
Navy and Marine Corps Public Health Center