This year’s National Suicide Prevention Month theme, Connect to Protect: Support is Within Reach, highlights the importance of connecting fellow Marines, leaders, family, friends, and the community to available resources on suicide prevention.
Holidays focus on food, family, friends, and celebration, which can include overindulging in alcohol. This can make staying sober and making low-risk choices extremely difficult.
Prescription drug abuse is one of the nation’s fastest-growing drug problems. National Drug Takeback Day is on October 23.
People who are sexually assaulted are never alone – no matter when or where assistance is needed. Marines and their families have immediate access to resources and referrals by calling their installation’s 24/7 Sexual Assault Support Line.
Red Ribbon Week is the oldest and largest drug prevention campaign in the country.
Even the most motivated and well-trained Marines can find themselves challenged by stress. From everyday life to mission-driven deployments and combat. Stress in the Marine Corps world is inevitable.
Are you trying to cut down or quit drinking? Check out these three tips to keep you on track.
As Suicide Prevention Month continues, take the opportunity to proof your home for any unsecured items that should be safely stored, and help a friend do the same.
Substance abuse recovery is often complicated by myths. Many of these myths, though they may seem real, have been proved wrong. The Substance Abuse Program has laid out some of the myths about substance abuse recovery.
Watching a friend struggle can be overwhelming and heartbreaking. You want to help, but you’re not sure how to, and you are afraid they might be having suicidal thoughts. We have compiled ideas on ways to get your friend to open up about their thoughts and feelings.