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If you are concerned about any of your scores concerning Compassion Fatigue or burnout, there may be a variety of resources available for you.

Active duty personnel, contact the mental health, behavioral health, or clinic at your local military treatment facility.

Family members, non-active duty members with TRICARE®, can go directly to a health provider in the TRICARE® network without a referral or prior authorization for the first 8 sessions.

Not sure about benefits or don't have a primary care manager? Contact TRICARE Service Center in your region:

North 1-877-874-2273
South 1-800-444-5445
West 1-888-874-9378
Overseas 1-888-777-8343

The website is: www.tricare.osd.mil/tricareservicecenters External Link, Opens in New Window

Veterans: Go to: www.va.gov/rcs External Link, Opens in New Window for a directory.

Military OneSource can help.

Call Stateside: 1-800-342-9647
Or Overseas: 800-3429-6477 (Dial country access code.
Dial toll free number - do not dial "1").

If you have trouble getting an appointment for a deployment-related health condition, call the Deployment Health Helpline: 1-866-559-1627 (8am - 5pm EST).

Emergencies: Call 911 in the U.S. right away.

If you are a GS/NSPS or other government employee, you may visit your facility's Occupational Health section for assistance.

If you are a contract employee, you can contact your employer to access your health care options.