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If you or someone you know is suicidal or in a state of crisis, please visit the Military Crisis Line online or call 800-273-TALK (8255).


You and your family should never have to face a crisis alone. There are some life events and challenges that necessitate extra support and information. If you or your family are facing issues like risk of suicide, post-traumatic stress disorder, substance abuse, anger management or addictive behaviors, do not try to manage them on your own. Military OneSource does not provide medical counseling services to address these issues, but you can check out the articles and links below for easy to understand information and to find resources to help support you and your family throughout your time of need.


Stethoscope and pen on clipboard. Everyone responds differently to alcohol, and it’s not possible to say exactly what effect a certain number of drinks will have. However, it’s helpful to know what a standard drink is and how many it takes to exceed guidelines for low-risk drinking.

Crisis and Prevention - About Addictive Behavior - The Latest Alcohol abuse or dependence is a family problem. A problem drinker's spouse or partner and children are invariably affected by it, as well as siblings, parents and friends. Anyone who grew up in a family with an alcoholic or is currently living with one knows the pain and suffering alcohol can cause. 


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