Offered: Military Pathways is an online screening
program for family members and service personnel in all branches of the military including the National Guard and Reserve. The program gives service personnel and their families the opportunity to learn more about mental health and alcohol use through anonymous self-assessments offered online, via telephone, and through events held at installations. The program is free of charge and is designed to help individuals identify symptoms and access assistance before a problem becomes serious. The assessments address alcohol use, PTSD, depression, generalized anxiety disorder, and bipolar disorder. After completing a self-assessment, individuals receive referral information including Tricare, Military OneSource and Veterans Affairs.
screening program questions are designed to review an
individual's situation with regard to some of the more
common mental health issues. The screening will not
provide a diagnosis. But, it will identify symptoms
that are consistent with a condition or concern that
would benefit from further evaluation or treatment.
It will also provide guidance as to where to seek assistance.
that contact information does
not refer to a crisis center. If the present
crisis pertains to risk of suicide, please call 1 (800)
273-TALK or 9-1-1 immediately.