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If you have a medical emergency, please call 911 or contact your local hospital right away.

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Welcome to Army Behavioral Health

When our Soldiers return home, most will experience a brief readjustment period and a successful home transition.  Some will need short or long-term counseling to assist in their transition.  Explore this Web site especially for Soldiers, Families, and friends.  Learn how to adjust, cope, get ready to deploy, transition to return home, and other information and sources.

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Our efforts in education, prevention, and early treatment are unprecedented.  Our goal is to ensure that every deployed and returning Soldier receives the health care they need.

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