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Links of Interest:
 

Navy and Marine Corps Public Health Center's (NMCPHC) - Wounded, Ill, and Injured website.  NMCPHC works to enhance the readiness, resilience, and recovery of Wounded, Ill, and Injured Sailors and their families by offering tailored informational tools and materials for healthy living.  It includes resources that address traumatic brain injury (TBI), post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), fitness, nutrition, stress management, tobacco cessation, as well as an extensive list of additional resources available to support them in their recovery efforts.

  after deployment - A behavioral health resource supporting service members, their families, and veterans with common post-deployment challenges.
 

Returning from the War Zone:

  • A Guide for Military Personnel  - This guide is to help military personnel understand what to expect when returning from a war zone, and to help them to better adapt back to home life.  
  • A Guide for Families of Military Personnel  - This guide can help family members with reintegration following war.  Learn how other families and military members dealt with common challenges. 
  • Children Coping with Deployment - Explains how children react to a parent's going to war, with suggestions for helping children cope. 
Need help finding resource materials like posters, pamphlets, or flyers for your command? Need help with your next health-related GMT? Need a speaker for your next safety stand down? Contact the Naval Hospital Oak Harbor Health Promotion Office at (360) 257-9892 or email us at: Health Pro for assistance.
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