Military life requires strength, resilience and resourcefulness – and just about everyone, service members and family members alike, could use a little support from time to time to stay emotionally healthy and at your best.
With confidential, non-medical counseling, you have access to help when you need it. Our trained counselors are experienced in military life, holding many thousands of counseling sessions a year. Meet the team behind Military OneSource’s call center and learn more about our non-medical counseling. We’ve helped service members and families with everything from managing daily stress to more challenging issues.
Take advantage of our support to keep your emotional health strong, work through issues and be mission ready. We’re here to help.
This free support is confidential. Services are not reported to command and will not affect your career or security clearance, or your spouse’s. That means you can receive non-medical counseling without anyone’s knowledge, including:
There are only a few exceptions – counselors are required by law to report illegal activities or situations where there could be danger to you or to others.
Our counseling services were developed based on the challenges that people face every day in military life – issues that can compromise your readiness or ability to stand strong.
We want to make it easy for you to use our services. You can connect with a consultant to schedule an appointment 24/7, no matter where you live or serve, in the way that works best for you:
Non-medical counseling is short-term (up to 12 sessions, per issue). Here are examples of what we can and cannot address.
If you need non-medical counseling, call 800-342-9647.
If you need immediate help beyond non-medical counseling, here’s how to reach out:
|Active-duty, National Guard and reserve service members (regardless of activation status.) Coast Guard members who are activated as part of the Department of the Navy under Title 10 authority.|
Immediate family members
Children of military families
Family of wounded warriors
|Immediate family, caregivers and parents of wounded, ill or injured service members|
Retired service members and family
|Retired service members and their immediate family from their separation date until 365 days of end of tour of service, including Coast Guard.|
Discharged service members
|Service members discharged honorably and family from their discharge or separation date until 365 days of end of tour of service, including Coast Guard.|
Medically discharged service members
|Medically discharged service members and their immediate family|
Department of Defense personnel
|Designated Department of Defense expeditionary civilians, immediate family members and survivors during the 90 days prior to deployment and 180 days post-deployment|
Through Military OneSource, the Department of Defense provides non-medical counseling to help you address issues before they become a crisis, to help you recover from setbacks faster and help keep challenges from developing into issues. Reach out to a Military OneSource consultant today. OCONUS/International? Click here for calling options.
Call 800-342-9647 or contact us online at any time
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