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Military Pathways® (formerly the Mental Health Self-Assessment
Program) offers service personnel and their families the opportunity to take
anonymous, mental health and alcohol use self-assessments online, via the
phone, and through special events held at installations. The self-assessments
are a brief series of questions that, when linked together, help create a
picture of how an individual is feeling.
The program is designed to help individuals identify their own symptoms and
access assistance before a problem becomes serious. The self-assessments
address posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD), depression, generalized anxiety
disorder, alcohol use, and bipolar disorder. After completing a
self-assessment, individuals receive referral information including services
provided by TRICARE, Military OneSource and Vet Centers.
The program, part of the Department of Defense continuum of care, is fully
funded by Force Health Protection and Readiness, Office of the Assistant
Secretary of Defense, Health Affairs.
To take a free, anonymous self-assessment, visit
www.MilitaryMentalHealth.org or call 1-877-877-3647.
For more information on:
Free kits of materials to help installations conduct mental health and alcohol
education events (National Depression
Screening Day® and National Alcohol
New family kits
designed raise awareness about psychological fitness. Perfect for Family
Readiness Groups, Chaplains, and other groups helping military families
throughout the deployment cycle.
Customized online screening
allows you to add a link to a customized version of our anonymous screening to
your website. Customizing allows you to include the specific information for
your unit/base/installation’s Chaplain, mental health professional or local
Online and telephone self-assessment
available 24/7 to all military personnel and their families.
SOS Signs of Suicide® Prevention Program
available for schools serving military children in the U.S and overseas. The
SOS program is the only school-based program proven to reduce suicide attempts
in a randomized, controlled study.
(Military Pathways is funded by
Force Health Protection and Readiness, Office of the Assistant Secretary of
Defense, Health Affairs.)