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Pre-Deployment Information

Soldier packing for deployment
Soldier packs for deployment.  (Photo by Doug Valentine)
  • Army One Source: External Link, Opens in New Window Army OneSource provides access to all Family programs and services, regardless of geographical location.  This delivery system harnesses the resources that are already in place and uses personal contact and technology to improve on the delivery of service so that Families get support closest to where they live.

  • Deployment Health Assessment Program (DHAP): External Link, Opens in New Window  The Deployment Health Assessment Program (DHAP) is a Department of Defense (DoDI 6490.03) directed program that serves as a gateway to referral care, medical readiness, services and programs for Soldiers and DA Civilians in the deployment cycle.  As a critical element to the Army Ready & Resilient Campaign (R2C), the DHAP works to increase Soldier and DA Civilian well-being/resilience, and unit readiness through the early identification of physical and behavioral health concerns, which if not detected and treated, could lead to potentially serious outcomes.

  • Pre-Deployment Health Assessment DD Form 2795: External PDF File, Opens in New Window DD Form 2795, Pre-Deployment Health Assessment.  (Note: This is a sample form only.  Service members should contact their commanders to complete the forms if they have not already done so.)

  • Pre-Deployment Health Assessment DD Form 2795 Primer: External PDF File, Opens in New Window DD Form 2795 is a required form that allows military personnel to record information about their general health and share any concerns they have prior to deployment.  It also helps health care providers identify issues and provide medical care before, during, and after deployment.

  • Helping Children Cope During Deployment: External PDF File, Opens in New Window  Useful information for Soldiers, parents and family caregivers to help children prepare for and cope during a parent's deployment.

  • My Goodbye Book - Activity Booklet for Ages 3-5: External PDF File, Opens in New Window  A booklet about military separations for three through five year olds.

  • The New Emotional Cycles of Deployment: External PDF File, Opens in New Window As our country's operational commitments have increased throughout the world, military families are now often faced with deployments in more rapid succession.

  • When Parents Are Deployed: External Link, Opens in New Window "When Parents Are Deployed" contains Sesame Street Workshop videos for children and families to view and download.

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