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Week of February 04, 2013

Active-duty servicemembers may be eligible for a program that offers four “off-the-record” visits at their local base mental health clinic. The resiliency enhancement visits (REV) program, encourages active-duty servicemembers who hesitate to seek mental health services to get the help they may need. REVs are intended to provide support and education to members experiencing temporary reactions to stressors (I.e., adjustment reactions, grief, relationship and occupational problems). REVs are off-the-record meaning no mental health record will be established and no documentation in the electronic medical record will be made. To be eligible, servicemembers must self-refer and be on active-duty orders. Call your local mental health clinic for more information or to schedule a resiliency enhancement visit.

Southern Utah Vets Aid, St. George, Utah

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