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Preventing Psychological Disorders in Service Members and Their Families: An Assessment of Programs (2014)

Chapter: Appendix H: TABLE OF DOD PROGRAMS TO INCREASE RESILIENCE OR PREVENT PSYCHOLOGICAL HEALTH DISORDERS, AS IDENTIFIED BY RAND

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Suggested Citation:"Appendix H: TABLE OF DOD PROGRAMS TO INCREASE RESILIENCE OR PREVENT PSYCHOLOGICAL HEALTH DISORDERS, AS IDENTIFIED BY RAND." Institute of Medicine. 2014. Preventing Psychological Disorders in Service Members and Their Families: An Assessment of Programs. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/18597.
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Suggested Citation:"Appendix H: TABLE OF DOD PROGRAMS TO INCREASE RESILIENCE OR PREVENT PSYCHOLOGICAL HEALTH DISORDERS, AS IDENTIFIED BY RAND." Institute of Medicine. 2014. Preventing Psychological Disorders in Service Members and Their Families: An Assessment of Programs. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/18597.
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DOD Programs to Increase Resilience or Prevent Psychological Health Problems, as Identified by RAND

    DEPLOYMENT PHASE  
Program Name Includes evidence-based intervention1 Predeployment Deployment Return or Redeployment Post-Deployment Not Related to Deployment Phase Family component
After Deployment       x x   x
Air Force Suicide Prevention Program x         x x
Air Force Wounded Warrior Program       x x   x
Air National Guard Psychological Health Program         x   x
America's Heroes at Work x       x    
Are You Listening?           x  
Army Center for Enhanced Performance x         x x
Army Confidential Alcohol Treatment and Education Pilot x         x  
Army Strong Community Center           x  
Army Suicide Prevention Program           x  
Army Wounded Warrior Program         x   x
AXON           x  
Behavioral Health Optimization Program x     x x   x
Brigade Resiliency Teams   x x x x   x
Buddy-to-Buddy Program         x    
Care Coalition           x x
Child, Adolescent and Family Behavioral Health Proponency x         x x
Citizen Soldier Support Program x         x  
Combat and Operational Stress Reaction/Staff Resiliency Program         x    
Community Behavioral Health Services x x x x x    
Comprehensive Combat and Complex Casualty Care Program x         x x
Defense and Veterans Brain Injury Center Regional Care Coordination x       x x  
Families OverComing Under Stress (FOCUS) x         x x
Family Advocacy Program (Air Force) x         x x
Family Advocacy Program (Army) x         x x
Family Advocacy Program (Navy) x         x x
Family Optimization Systems (FAMOPS) x x x x x   x
Family Strong Hawaii   x x x x   x
Federal Recovery Coordination Program       x x    
Healing Heroes       x x    
Integrative Pain Center x         x  
Integrative Restoration (iRest) x         x x
LivingWorks Suicide Intervention Training Programs (Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training, safeTALK, and suicideTALK)           x  
Marine Corps Combat and Operational Stress Control   x x x x    
Marine Corps Operational Stress Training Program   x x x x    
Marine Corps Substance Abuse Program x         x  
Marine Corps Wounded Warrior Regiment Psychological Health and TBI Clinical Services Staff         x    
Military and Family Life Consultants x x x x x   x
Military Child Education Coalition Living in the New Normal Program       x     x
Military Child Education Coalition Student 2 Student Programs           x x
Military OneSource x x x x x   x
Military Pathways x         x  
Mind-Body Trauma First Aide x         x x
Mountain Post Wellness Center   x   x x   x
National Guard Family Program   x x x x   x
National Guard Transition Assistance Advisors         x   x
Navy Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention Program           x  
Navy Operational Stress Control x x x x x   x
Navy Safe Harbor         x   x
OASIS (Overcoming Adversity and Stress Injury Support) x     x x   x
Operation BRAVE (Building Resilience And Valuing Empowered) Families x     x x   x
Operation: Military Kids x         x x
Operational Stress Control and Readiness (OSCAR)           x  
Partners in Care           x x
Postdeploymenthealth.com x       x   x
Prevention, Treatment and Outreach x x x x x    
Psychological Health Advocacy Program   x x x x    
Psychological Health Pathways Program x     x x    
Real Warriors Campaign   x x x x    
Recovery Coordination Program       x x   x
Suggested Citation:"Appendix H: TABLE OF DOD PROGRAMS TO INCREASE RESILIENCE OR PREVENT PSYCHOLOGICAL HEALTH DISORDERS, AS IDENTIFIED BY RAND." Institute of Medicine. 2014. Preventing Psychological Disorders in Service Members and Their Families: An Assessment of Programs. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/18597.
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    DEPLOYMENT PHASE  
Program Name Includes evidence-based intervention1 Predeployment Deployment Return or Redeployment Post-Deployment Not Related to Deployment Phase Family component
Reserve Psychological Health Outreach Coordinators Program   x x x x    
RESPECT-Mil x         x  
Returning Warrior Workshops       x     x
Road to Reintegration: Systems of Care         x    
Scripps Military Brain Injury Rehabilitation Program   x   x x   x
Sesame Workshop Military Families Initiative   x x x x   x
Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Office           x  
Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Program (Air Force)           x  
Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Program (Coast Guard)           x  
Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Program (Marine Corps)           x  
Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Program (National Guard)           x  
Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Program (Navy) x         x  
Sexual Harassment/Assault Response and           x  
Signs of Suicide x         x x
SimCoach           x x
Special Psychiatric Rapid Intervention Team x         x  
The Caring Letters Project x         x  
The National Intrepid Center of Excellence x         x  
The Wingman Project           x  
Tragedy Assistance Program For Survivors x         x x
Traumatic Brain Injury: The Journey Home x         x  
Traumatic Stress Response Team x         x  
Vets4Warriors           x  
Virtual Reality and Innovative Technology Applications x         x  
Warrior and Family Assistance Center           x x
Warrior Resilience & Thriving x x x   x    
Wellness and Resiliency Assessment—Post-Deployment x     x x    
Wounded Warrior Call Center         x    
Wounded Warrior Regiment       x x   x
Yellow Ribbon Reintegration Program (Air Force)   x x x x   x
Yellow Ribbon Reintegration Program (Army)   x x x x   x
Yellow Ribbon Reintegration Program (Marine Corps)   x x x x   x
Yellow Ribbon Reintegration Program (National Guard)   x x x x   x
Yellow Ribbon Reintegration Program (Navy)   x x x x   x

1Programs with evidence-based interventions have activities and/or interventions that have been evaluated and shown to be effective in one or more research studies or evaluations. This information was supplied by the interviewees; RAND did not independently assess the strength of the evidence base for the programs. Programs not designated as evidence-based either do not have an evidence base or the evidence base is unknown.
SOURCE: http://smapp.rand.org/multi/military/innovative-practices/catalog/

Suggested Citation:"Appendix H: TABLE OF DOD PROGRAMS TO INCREASE RESILIENCE OR PREVENT PSYCHOLOGICAL HEALTH DISORDERS, AS IDENTIFIED BY RAND." Institute of Medicine. 2014. Preventing Psychological Disorders in Service Members and Their Families: An Assessment of Programs. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/18597.
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Suggested Citation:"Appendix H: TABLE OF DOD PROGRAMS TO INCREASE RESILIENCE OR PREVENT PSYCHOLOGICAL HEALTH DISORDERS, AS IDENTIFIED BY RAND." Institute of Medicine. 2014. Preventing Psychological Disorders in Service Members and Their Families: An Assessment of Programs. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/18597.
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Suggested Citation:"Appendix H: TABLE OF DOD PROGRAMS TO INCREASE RESILIENCE OR PREVENT PSYCHOLOGICAL HEALTH DISORDERS, AS IDENTIFIED BY RAND." Institute of Medicine. 2014. Preventing Psychological Disorders in Service Members and Their Families: An Assessment of Programs. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/18597.
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Being deployed to a war zone can result in numerous adverse psychological health conditions. It is well documented in the literature that there are high rates of psychological disorders among military personnel serving in Operation Enduring Freedom in Afghanistan and Operation Iraqi Freedom in Iraq as well as among the service members' families. For service members' families, the degree of hardship and negative consequences rises with the amount of the service members' exposure to traumatic or life-altering experiences. Adult and child members of the families of service members who experience wartime deployments have been found to be at increased risk for symptoms of psychological disorders and to be more likely to use mental health services.

In an effort to provide early recognition and early intervention that meet the psychological health needs of service members and their families, DOD currently screens for many of these conditions at numerous points during the military life cycle, and it is implementing structural interventions that support the improved integration of military line personnel, non-medical caregivers, and clinicians, such as RESPECT-Mil (Re-engineering Systems of Primary Care Treatment in the Military), embedded mental health providers, and the Patient-Centered Medical Home.

Preventing Psychological Disorders in Service Members and Their Families evaluates risk and protective factors in military and family populations and suggests that prevention strategies are needed at multiple levels - individual, interpersonal, institutional, community, and societal - in order to address the influence that these factors have on psychological health. This report reviews and critiques reintegration programs and prevention strategies for PTSD, depression, recovery support, and prevention of substance abuse, suicide, and interpersonal violence.

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