Sexual assault is a crime that is not unique to any gender, race, or age. If you were sexually assaulted, you are never at fault for the crime.
If you are a victim of sexual assault, just talking to another person can be helpful. Here are five confidential resources to get the process started.
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!
The willingness to have the hard conversations is key to assisting our Marines and getting help so they can continue to thrive.
Feeling stressed this holiday season? Here are some quick tips to alleviate the pressure.
Some domestic violence victims have reported staying with an abusive partner because they did not want to leave their pet behind. Follow these steps to protect pets if you are afraid of them being hurt.
Your beliefs and opinions about stress control can impact your overall well-being. Engaging resources early is the best way to ensure things don’t get out of control.
MAPIT stands for Marine Awareness and Prevention Integrated Training. But what is it? MAPIT is a tiered initiative which intends to improve the total fitness of all Marines, thereby improving mission readiness.
Resiliency isn’t found in a bottle. The Marine Corps offers several resources for dealing with stress that don’t involve turning to substances.
Animals that sit patiently with you can bring comfort, help you express emotions, teach you to nurture others, and provide unconditional love.