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MCL.pngFor Suicide Prevention Lifeline, click Here or call 1-800-273-8255

In case of an emergency (e.g. imminent risk for suicide or homicide), please call 911 or report to the nearest emergency room.
For more information on emergency mental health services, click here to visit the TRICARE Mental Health Emergency Services website.
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Mental health, or psychological health, encompasses the well-being of mind, body and spirit and contributes to overall health and resilience. Throughout the military community, additional stressors placed on individuals and families adds to the importance of maintaining awareness of internal and external demands on health and of the many resources available to support psychological health.
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Starting January 1, 2018, there may be changes to your TRICARE benefits. Visit www.tricare.mil/changes for more information.

TRICARE Urgent Care Pilot Program

Are you enrolled in TRICARE Prime, TRICARE Prime Remote or TRICARE Young Adult-Prime in the United States?
If so, you may be able to participate in the new Urgent Care Pilot Program.





Fitness, Mental Health, and Heat!



This month is National Physical Fitness and Sports Month; a time to make the commitment to getting active. Our staff have pledged to walk their way to a healthier life by participating in the DTHC Movement Challenge. What are you doing to stay active? If you need a jumpstart, check out Fit To Win’s Fitness Lecture Series.



Break the Silence, Break the Stigma

Mental Health is an extremely important component of overall wellness. During Mental Health Awareness Month, we want you to understand the relationship your mind has with the wellbeing of your body.


According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), about 1 in 5 Americans will experience a mental illness in a given year. These are our friends, family members, and loved ones who may experience symptoms of mental health issues that aren’t obvious or visible. Keep resources on hand, learn how to recognize the signs, and know where you would go for help if someone you care about were to experience a crisis. Visit our website to learn how our Defense Stress Management team can help you strengthen your mental health. For Suicide Prevention Lifeline, click here or call 1-800-273-8255.



It’s Getting Hot In Here…

May 24th is Heat Safety Awareness Day. Take time to understand the health risks associated with heat. Remember these tips for staying safe in extreme heat:



Educate yourself

Act quickly when a heat illness is suspected

Take it easy


For more information on how you can beat the heat and prevent heat- related illness, visit the CDC website.


“Committed to caring… always”

COL Thomas J. Rogers
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