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National Guard Psychological Health Program

Helps National Guard members readjust to civilian life by managing professional services and overseeing their mental health needs. The program also supports Guard senior management on state-specific mental health needs, helps address issues with health care and provides National Guard-oriented mental health training throughout the deployment cycle.

Services are tailored to individual needs and include assessment, referral and resource identification. Services that address longer term or more complex problems will also receive support through the appropriate health care provider. All care is received through TRICARE, Veterans Health Administration and private health insurance through a Guard member’s or spouse’s civilian employer.

Eligibility Requirements

National Guard members.

Last updated: 17/06/2024 15:59