The Department of Defense has kicked off its annual observance of Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month (SAAPM) Poster Contest. Get your entry in soon!
Everyone has experienced tremendous change throughout this past year, so it’s no wonder many may feel stressed, anxious, or burned out. Applying three simple tips can help navigate these challenges and start living your best life.
In a three-part podcast series, Marine Corps Major Villiana Jean-Francois and her brother, veteran NFL player Ricky Jean-Francois sat down with Headquarters Marine Corps Suicide Prevention Capability to discuss the challenges they face while being separated from family members because of their respective careers.
When most people hear “spring cleaning,” they picture their overstuffed closets and messy garages, but what about the kitchen? Spring cleaning usually means getting rid of the junk that we don’t need; there is a lot junk (junk food) in our kitchen that our bodies don’t need either.
The thought of someone wanting to die can leave you feeling helpless, lost, and even guilty. So what can you do to help?
The days are getting shorter and the nights are getting colder.If your mood is falling faster than the temperature, try some of these tips to boost your spirits.
On March 20, 2018, HQMC's Semper Fit Branch hosted a Dietary Supplements Training aboard MCB Quantico.
The Department of Defense has kicked off its 14th annual observance of Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month (SAAPM) with the ongoing theme, "Protecting Our People Protects Our Mission." This year's theme emphasizes everyone, regardless of rank, can protect our mission by ensuring everyone is committed to advancing an environment where sexist behaviors, sexual harassment, hazing, bullying, and sexual assault are not tolerated, condoned, or ignored.
Each April, the National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence (NCADD) sponsors Alcohol Awareness Month. The goal of alcohol awareness month is to help increase awareness and understanding of alcoholism, its causes, effective treatment, and recovery.
SARCs play a critical role in our battle against sexual assault: they empower and assist victims, communicate and coordinate with commanders and unit leaders, train and oversee our uniformed and civilian victim advocates, and educate Marines about sexual assault. Their job does not end at close of business