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  • Promoting mental health awareness

    As Depression and Mental Health Awareness Month comes to a close, it is imperative that the public stays aware of the trials and tribulations others may go through.

  • Patching bases together with suicide prevention

    Suicide prevention has been and continues to be a strong area of focus for leaders across the Air Force and the other service branches. It is an issue that likely has impacted nearly every career field in the military, including fire emergency services.

  • Delivering mental health care on target

    Life as a service member can be fraught with danger and exposure to multiple stressors. For some, seeking mental health treatment can be potentially more distressing than anything they have ever encountered.