Psychological & Emotional Well-being for WII
You've weathered storms and overcome challenges. You've done things most people can't do and been in situations most people can't handle. Adding to that, the stressors of being wounded, ill, or injured can have a major impact on your psychological and emotional well-being. It's not easy navigating life's transitions or coping with the many emotions you may experience during your recovery. We have the resources and tools to help you navigate stress and strengthen your resilience so you can overcome the challenges you face before, during, and after recovery from a wound, illness, or injury. Our goal is to help you overcome, withstand, recover, adapt, and grow. We want you to emerge psychologically and emotionally stronger than ever.
Loss and Grief
Suicide Awareness and Prevention
If you or someone you know is contemplating suicide, seek immediate assistance. Do not leave the person alone. Call 911, seek help from a healthcare professional and/or call the Military Crisis Line.Chaplains, corpsmen, health care professionals at your MTF or branch clinic, and your local Fleet and Family Support Services can also provide assistance.
Additional Information and Tools
Bureau of Medicine and Surgery
7700 Arlington Blvd. Ste. 5113 Falls Church, VA 22042-5113
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