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Contact the DCoE Outreach Center for 24/7 Help

By Dr. Lolita O’Donnell, Clearinghouse, Outreach and Advocacy Directorate deputy director, Defense Centers of Excellence for Psychological Heath and Traumatic Brain Injury (DCoE)
Source: http://www.dodlive.mil/

Do you have questions about combat stress, depression or other psychological health concerns? Do you know someone having problems with memory because of a concussion? Do you need clinical guidance on how to treat a warrior? Are you a family member whose spouse is deployed and would like guidance in assisting your family with deployment issues?

Since January 2009, the DCoE Outreach Center has assisted more than 7,500 people.

Questions about psychological health and traumatic brain injury (TBI) are often complicated in nature, and it’s easy for information to become overwhelming or seem too technical.

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If you are seeking answers to psychological health and/or TBI-related questions or just have concerns you’d like to discuss with a professional, contact the DCoE Outreach Center. This center is the primary tool for the Defense Department that specializes in the invisible wounds of war.

Health resource consultants are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week and contacting them is free and easy. These trained consultants are available to customize answers and provide referrals to suit each caller.

The consultants who staff the center are professionals who understand the unique needs of the military and veteran communities. They also provide current information and offer an empathic ear for servicemembers, veterans and families.

Information, resources, tools and programs are available to you no matter where you are in the world. You can contact the DCoE Outreach Center in three ways:

Early intervention is key in the recovery process. Let our health resource consultants do the navigating and connect you to the right resources available in the fastest manner. You don’t have to be the person who needs help – you can call on behalf of someone else.

By knowing the resources available, you can assist others. It doesn’t matter whether you are a warrior, a mother, spouse, friend, chaplain or clinician; the DCoE Outreach Center provides individual responses to your specific questions and needs.

For more information, contact the DCoE Outreach Center and be sure to share this resource with others. Also, if you’ve had a good experience with the center, we’d love to hear your comments, right here on this blog. Let us know what we are doing well and what we can do to better. We’re all in this together!

The DCoE Blog features information on psychological health and traumatic brain injury as well as personal stories and reflections from those within the military community on these topics.

 

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