Not all wounds happen on the battlefield. Some are not even physical. But all wounds need attention. Our brave military men and women overseas and their families report, time and time again, that the stress incurred during deployment is indescribable.
Military life, especially deployments, can present challenges to service members and their families that are both unique and difficult. Some are manageable, some are not. Many times they can be successfully handled without help. In some instances matters get worse and one problem can trigger other more serious issues. At such times it is wise to check things out and see what is really happening.
Screening for Mental Health® (SMH), a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, wants people experiencing troubling and traumatic after-effects of military service to know that they don’t have to go through it alone. SMH is offering anonymous mental health self-assessments to military personnel and families.
Service personnel and their families can ...