Do You Want to Improve Your Health? Volunteer!

If physical health, life satisfaction, sense of control, happiness, level of depression and self-esteem are important to you, here’s a way to see a positive increase…Volunteer!

Understanding Prescription Drug Abuse

The misuse of prescription drugs is always high-risk and carries serious consequences for people choosing to participate in it.

Blood Alcohol Content (BAC): What's the Big Deal?

Any amount of alcohol in the blood can lead to poor judgment and slowed reflexes.  People who drink similar amounts of alcohol may experience different effects and BAC levels.

Ready and Resilient in the Rack!

Today more than ever, Marines need to be resilient as we take on new responsibilities, learn new skills, and do more with less.

Period of PURPLE Crying

A caregiver can be left feeling helpless and frustrated if their newborn is crying and they are unable to figure out why. 

Take the Stress Out of Life With These Simple Hacks

Are you tired of the daily grind? You do not have to let stress and negative thoughts dominate your life. The trick is practicing mindfulness.

Stop Counting Sheep and Get Some Sleep

Do you have trouble sleeping?  You are not alone. Learn how you can stop counting sheep and have a better night’s rest below.

How to Party Safely

Each year, an estimated 237,868 Americans over the age of 12 have been raped or sexually assaulted. Help keep yourself safe by learning about some of the “party drugs” often used during these incidents.

Who is Eligible for SAPR Services? How Can I Help Ensure They Seek Aid?

The Sexual Assault Prevention and Response (SAPR) Program is committed to ensuring anyone who has experienced a sexual assault can receive help. As such, the SAPR program aims to provide materials that ensures everyone is included in efforts. How can Marines help support this goal?

Help is On the Line

In a recent behavioral health survey of more than 28,000 Active Duty military personnel, talking with friends and family was the second most common coping strategy for dealing with stress. If you or a loved one needs to talk, Marines and their families can contact the DSTRESS line when they find themselves in crisis or in need of support. 

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