InTransition is a voluntary program to provide behavioral health care support to service members and veterans as they move between health care systems or providers. Personal coaches, along with resources and tools, assist service members during the transition period, empower them to make healthy life choices, and are available 24/7 via toll-free call. Family members are also encouraged to call the program to find out how their service member can get started with inTransition.
The program helps those returning from deployment; those transitioning to or from active duty; service members separating from the military or temporarily relocating; wounded warriors transitioning back home following care at military treatment facilities, VA facilities or Warrior Transition Units and those changing health care systems or providers due to a permanent change of station.
Point of Contact
DCoE Outreach Center
Mental Illness Research, Education and Clinical Centers have created a toolkit designed to offer community providers with information and tools to meet the needs of returning Veterans experiencing co-occurring disorders.
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