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    Organizations that offer self-instructional packages which lead the user through a step-by-step program of exercises or other therapeutic activities with the objective of remediating a specific physical or emotional problem such as stuttering or agoraphobia, or to offer targeted support during a crisis, e.g., a panic attack. The materials are designed to be used in the home as an alternative to other forms of treatment or counseling and progress may be monitored by mail or online. Therapeutic self help materials may be provided in book, audiocassette, video cassette or other formats; or be available on the Internet.

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    United States Department of Defense, Military OneSourceMilitary OneSource is a confidential Department of Defense-funded program providing comprehensive information on every aspect of military life at no cost to active duty, National Guard, and reserve members, and their families. Information includes, but is not limited to, deployment, reunion, relationships, grief, spouse employment and education, parenting and childhood services. It is a virtual extension to installation services.United States Department of Defense, Military OneSourceUnited States Department of Defense
    United States Department of Defense, Military OneSource - Educational MaterialsFree educational materials on topics including parenting, deployment, service member education, spouse education and career opportunities, non-medical counseling, and many more.United States Department of Defense, Military OneSourceUnited States Department of Defense
    United States Department of Defense, National Center for Telehealth and Technology - Military Families Near and FarMilitary Families Near and Far is an initiative funded by the Department of Defense (DoD) and developed by the Sesame Workshop to provide military parents and their young children with multimedia educational resources to cope with the transitions of military life. The website offers the highly successful Talk, Listen, Connect portfolio of video skits with Muppet characters Elmo and Rosita portraying military children dealing with a variety of situations including having a parent deployed, homecomings where a parent has been injured, or the case of the death of a parent. The website also provides creative tools to improve parent-child communication by promoting self-expression of military children and through connecting the children with their deployed parent on a family-based social network. A family of mobile applications bring the resources and tools of Military Families Near and Far to the mobile environment. The Big Moving Adventure mobile app is an interactive story that emotionally prepares preschoolers for the common occurrence of military moves. The award-winning Feel Electric! mobile app teaches military children, through educational games, to identify feelings so they can more easily express their feelings related to the challenges of deployment. The Sesame Street for Military Families mobile application consolidates the Talk, Listen, Connect multimedia content for access by smartphones and tablets. Each of these DoD-funded resources were developed with the professional and educational knowledge of psychologists, child development, military life and technology experts. The Talk, Listen, Connect multimedia content has been shown to increase the confidence of young military parents and the well-being of their children through improved communication around the difficult topics related to deployments. United States Department of Defense, National Center for Telehealth & TechnologyUnited States Department of Defense
    United States Department of Defense, National Center for Telehealth and Technology - MilitaryKidsConnectToday's military kids grow up in a world where they may face many issues with the reintegration of a formally deployed military family member who may be dealing with post traumatic stress, physical disabilities and other issues. They need a unique set of skills to draw on in order to get through often difficult situations. MilitaryKidsConnect (MKC), an award-winning website, helps children prepare for the challenges faced during these significant family transitions. Through participation in MKC's monitored online forums, children can share their own ideas, experiences, and suggestions with other military children, helping them to know they are not alone in dealing with the stresses of military life. MKC's focused parent and educator tracks provide information to help them understand what it takes to support military children in at-home and school settings.United States Department of Defense, National Center for Telehealth & TechnologyUnited States Department of Defense
    United States Department of Defense, National Center for Telehealth and Technology - MilitaryParentingParenting for Service Members and Veterans is an anonymous, online self-help course designed to help the military community improve their parenting skills. It provides military and veteran parents with tools and practical advice to help them reconnect with their families after a separation, strengthen relationships with their children and build upon their existing parenting skills. Using stories from real veteran and military families, interactive activities and a curriculum developed by leading experts, MilitaryParenting helps parents address both everyday parenting problems and family issues unique to their military history. Since 2001, lengthy and multiple combat deployments have disrupted life for millions of military family members. This course can help these parents reintegrate and reconnect with their children, whether they are returning from a current deployment or have reintegrated many years ago. Parents with combat injuries or mental health concerns can find strategies for parenting in the face of such personal challenges. All parents, whether struggling or satisfied with their children’s behavior, will find MilitaryParenting gives them tools they can use today to teach their children skills and values that they can keep for a lifetime. The MilitaryParenting course provides a strength-based approach for addressing parenting issues before more serious issues arise. Registration is not required to take the course, and no personal information is ever requested or stored by the website. MilitaryParenting is a stand-alone course, but it may be used with in-person counseling. The Web course is not intended to replace mental health treatment and offers parents specific guidelines on when they might seek professional help for their child or family. This course was developed as part of the DoD/VA Integrated Mental Health Strategy. The National Center for Telehealth & Technology and the Veterans Administration partnered with each other to lead this effort. This was established to advance a coordinated public health model to improve access, quality, and efficiency of mental health services for all active duty service members, National Guard and Reserve members, veterans, and their families.United States Department of Defense, National Center for Telehealth & TechnologyUnited States Department of Defense
    United States Department of Defense, National Center for Telehealth and Technology - Military PathwaysMilitary Pathways is a Department of Defense website where you can take an anonymous mental health self-assessment test. If you represent a military unit, installation or DoD/VA organization that supports military members, veterans or their families you can also order program materials. The Department of Defense is offering the Military Pathways program as part of its ongoing support of military members and their families. The program is accessible online at http://www.militarymentalhealth.org. It provides free, anonymous mental health and alcohol self-assessments for veterans and family members and service personnel in all branches including the National Guard and Reserve. The Department of Defense and National Center for Telehealth & Technology (T2.health.mil) provide these materials free of charge to support your military community. Ordering does not guarantee receipt of a product, as the demand is often greater than the inventory. Please provide as much detail as possible regarding your use of the products to help ensure receipt. Priority is given to Military Installations. We will contact you to confirm your order prior to sending it. Additionally, please be aware that feedback is required from you about how you utilized the materials if you receive a kit. You must complete this information within two weeks of using the kit. Failure to provide feedback may impact your ability to receive Military Pathways materials in the future. Military Pathways will no longer provide paper screening forms as part of our kits. If you would like to use paper screening forms, you may make copies from the Military Pathways Downloadable Materials page. United States Department of Defense, National Center for Telehealth & TechnologyUnited States Department of Defense
    United States Department of Defense, National Center for Telehealth and Technology - Moving ForwardMoving Forward is an innovative, self-care resource available on-line for service members and veterans. Developed jointly by the Department of Defense (DoD) and the Veterans Administration (VA), Moving Forward offers help for individuals who are struggling with stressful life problems. Based on evidenced-based Problem-Solving Therapy, Moving Forward enables individuals to:
    • Learn thoughtful, “planful” problem-solving steps,
    • Improve emotional regulation in the face of problems,
    • Lower stress levels by reducing avoidance and improving optimism.
    Moving Forward has training course including first-person videos, interactive exercises, surveys and games. The training has eight modules that teach visitors a step-by-step method to solving life challenges. The course is completely anonymous, and can be completed at a individual’s own pace. Moving Forward was developed under the DoD/VA Integrated Mental Health Strategy (IMHS) initiative. IMHS mandates an integrated and coordinated public health model to improve access, quality, and efficiency of mental health services for all Active, Reserve and National Guard service members, veterans, and their families. The National Center for Telehealth and Technology (T2) and VA Mental Health Services developed Moving Forward as a first-line approach for struggling service members and veterans who may not otherwise seek help.
    United States Department of Defense, National Center for Telehealth & TechnologyUnited States Department of Defense

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