Understanding Physical and Emotional Reactions to Trauma

Sexual assault is a traumatic event that may cause people to experience a range of reactions. Be patient with yourself as you begin your journey to healing after a sexual assault.

Tough Conversations: How to Talk About Suicide

Suicide is a complex issue. Knowing where to start the conversation can be hard and can seem like a daunting task. However, having tough conversations can save someone’s life.

Supporting a Friend after Sexual Assault

You may have a friend, loved one, or family member who was sexually assaulted. They may be struggling to get through this tragic event and reach out to you for help. Consider these "Do’s" and "Don'ts" when offering support.

Sometimes Supporting a Fellow Marine Means Addressing Drug or Alcohol Misuse

Alcohol and other drug misuse impacts physical, mental, relational, and behavioral health. If you believe a Marine is struggling with misuse, try these tips on how to discuss alcohol and drug misuse with fellow Marines.

2021 Liz Blanc SARC of the Year Recipient

Congratulations to the 2021 Liz Blanc SARC of the Year Recipient, Yiralys Suarez of MCSSS. 

How to Emotionally Prepare for Military Transitions

Transitions are often complex, challenging, and can bring many powerful emotions. Learning the Five R's can help you better prepare for cultural adjustment and transitions.

Commissaries Debut Nutrition Guide Program

Is getting healthier on your to-do list for 2017? Then the commissary’s new Nutrition Guide Program is just the thing you need to help you on your journey to a healthier lifestyle.

Do You Want to Improve Your Health? Volunteer!

If physical health, life satisfaction, sense of control, happiness, level of depression and self-esteem are important to you, here’s a way to see a positive increase…Volunteer!

Understanding Prescription Drug Abuse

The misuse of prescription drugs is always high-risk and carries serious consequences for people choosing to participate in it.

Blood Alcohol Content (BAC): What's the Big Deal?

Any amount of alcohol in the blood can lead to poor judgment and slowed reflexes.  People who drink similar amounts of alcohol may experience different effects and BAC levels.

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