Veteran and Military Mental Health: New Approaches
Behavioral health challenges are nothing new to service members and their families. Veterans and active-duty military personnel are facing soaring rates of behavioral health challenges since COVID-19 began.
Too often the VA hospitals, base providers and other clinicians who care for this population are strapped for resources and appropriate clinical support. Meanwhile, the stigma around mental health continues to pose a unique challenge—leading many into crisis situations that could have been avoided with proper preventative care.
This panel brings together thought leaders who will share the challenges and opportunities when it comes to leveraging innovative approaches to care and emerging technologies to care for the overall wellness of our active duty and veteran populations.
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Additional Supporting Materials
- Lessons learned from a VSO from embracing data driven BH tools in pursuit of their promise to reduce military suicide.
- Insights into the right balance between tech and human touch when it comes to supporting the behavioral health of active duty and veteran personnel.
- Effective ways for leaders and organizations to help de-stigmatize self-care in the military and shift the narrative towards resiliency and wellness.
Matt Miclette, Head of Clinical Operations, NeuroFlow