Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month Annual Poster Contest

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!

Five Health Care Checkups for Your Child Before School Starts

Summer isn’t quite over yet, but it’s almost back-to-school season. For parents, this means that it’s time to make a list of all the things your child needs for the new school year. 

Lethal Means Safety

Resources and information regarding lethal means safety. 

Nine Ways Marine Corps Leaders Normalize Talking About Mental Health

Leaders play a vital role in suicide prevention by promoting mission readiness, preserving the force and supporting the long-term health and well-being of their Marines and their family members.

Tips For Staying Centered In Recovery

Recovery involves a daily commitment to making healthy choices. Follow these four tips to assist you in staying centered during your recovery.

Connect to Protect: Support is Within Reach

As part of the year-round commitment to preventing suicide among Marines, families, and the civilian workforce, the Marine Corps observes Suicide Prevention Month each September.

The year-long theme for suicide prevention, Connect to Protect: Support is Within Reach, highlights the importance of connecting fellow Marines and leaders to increase help-seeking behaviors.

Tattoos: Your Canvas, Your Training.

For some, getting a tattoo is considered a right of passage built within the military culture, but did you know that getting inked could affect your body’s hydration status?

Recovery: Deloading

Military Sexual Trauma

There is no “right way” to respond to trauma. For some, trauma can be a life-altering event. Some may recover with little help, while others may experience some level of difficulty in certain areas. For others, MST may continue to affect their mental and physical health in significant ways, even many years later. Fortunately, service members can recover from experiences of trauma and VA services are among the many resources available.

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