Family Resiliency Training

Fort Campbell: May 7-8

Hunter Airfield: May 29-30.

Breaking the Stigma video trailer

Breaking the Stigma
Video Trailer

Click here to see the entire Stigma video

If requesting a digital copy of the video, call 910-432-2491

Training Objectives

The purpose of this training is to provide information that will assist Soldiers, Family Members, and Leaders in their effort to reduce stigma and encourage help-seeking behavior.


National Suicide Prevention Lifeline - (800)-273-8255 (TALK)

Safe Helpline - Sexual Assault Support for the DoD Community - (877) 995-5247 or text 55-247 (inside the U.S.) or text 202-470-5546 (outside the U.S.)

Defense Centers of Excellence for Psychological Health and Traumatic Brian Injury (DCoE) - 966-1020 (24 hour outreach)

For more Resources click here.

Breaking the Stigma


Breaking the Stigma is Army Special Operations Command comprehensive approach to help dispel the myths of seeking behavioral healthcare.

Breaking the Stigma employs a full range of training geared towards educating USASOC Soldiers, Leaders, and Family members of primary stigma factors and barriers to care as well as best practices for mitigating behavioral health stigmas.

In "Breaking the Stigma" video, members of the ARSOF community share their combat experiences, their reactions, their challenges confronting beliefs about their problems and solutions, and their message of encouragement to those who are struggling with the decision to get help.  

Local Resources

Chaplins maintain absolute confidentiality for all Soldiers and Family members regardless of rank or position.

Military Family Life Consultants (MLFCs):  provide anonymous, fully confidential, short-term, non-medical counseling to all Army Component members and their Families.

Medical Treatment Facility

Unit Psychologists / Behavioral Health Officers: Can provide opportunities for short-term consultation, performance enhancement, or counseling, and is an ideal entry point for Soldiers to seek assistance.

Primary Care Clinic - Behavioral Health Department

Army Substance Abuse Program

Worldwide Resources

Military One Source 24/7  - 1-800-342-9647 – provides up to 12 free counseling sessions per issue, per counselor. Counseling is treated confidentially regardless of rank with exceptions for the duty to report family maltreatment, threats of harm to self or others, substance abuse, and illegal activities.

TRICARE Mental Health Resource Center –

  • North Region: 1-877-747-9579 
  • South Region: 1-877-298-3514 
  • West Region:  1-866-651- 4970
  • US Family Health Plan 1-800-748-7347
  • Eurasia-Africa Area 1-877-451-8659
  • Latin America & Canada Area 1-888-777-8343
  • Pacific Area 1-888-777-8343

Veterans Suicide Prevention Hotline
1-800-273-TALK (8255), Veterans Press 1