Courage to Care: Depression in Primary Care

Due to concerns around stigma and one’s career, primary care is often the setting of choice for service members and families to address mental health issues.

Our nation’s war on terror affects the health of our military and their families. Deployment, redeployment, single parenting, long absences, as well as losses sustained from injury or death are stressors that impact our community’s physical and mental health. While most service members and their families are resilient, some may experience mental health problems that require medical attention.

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