Army Personnel Readiness is about ensuring the Army's All Volunteer Total Force is ready and resilient. Personnel Readiness is a means to address some key challenges such as hazing, drug and alcohol abuse, suicide, and sexual assault/sexual harassment.

Personnel Readiness Focus Areas

Suicide Prevention

Suicide Prevention

Suicide must not take one more Soldier. The Army works on several fronts to help Soldiers and their Families deal with the pressures of persistent conflict. We help them build resiliency and, through word and deed, we constantly convey...

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Substance Abuse Prevention

Substance Abuse Prevention

Army Substance Abuse Counselors play a vital role in counseling and caring for Army Soldiers battling substance abuse. Working closely with Soldiers and Commanders, ASAP counselors have a vital role in maintaining the health and readiness of our force...

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Hazing

Hazing

The Army expects Soldiers to live up to its core values. Respect is a bedrock Army value; hazing, in any form, is not. Permitting or ignoring hazing does more harm than good to a Soldier and unit; we know it destroys the affected Soldier and the trust of the unit...

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Integrated Disability Evaluation System

Integrated Disability Evaluation System

The Army is working to improve performance of the Integrated Disability Evaluation System (IDES). The Army's Medical Command has added 785 staff to support Medical Evaluation Board processing since October 2011 and Army's Physical Disability Agency...

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Sexual Harassment/Assault Response and Prevention (SHARP) Program

Sexual Harassment/Assault Response and Prevention (SHARP) Program

The Army's Sexual Harassment/Assault Response and Prevention (SHARP) program exists so the Army can prevent sexual harassment and sexual assaults before they occur. Our goal is to eliminate sexual assaults and sexual harassment...

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Comprehensive Soldier and Family Fitness (CSF2)

Comprehensive Soldier and Family Fitness (CSF2)

Comprehensive Soldier and Family Fitness is the U.S. Army's training program designed to improve the psychological health and resilience...

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Deployment Health Assessment Program (DHAP)

Deployment Health Assessment Program (DHAP)

Soldiers, commanders and civilians all share the responsibility of looking out for each other while deployed. Combat zones, IEDs, mortar attacks, you name it, it's all part of the mission...

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Army Wellness Centers

Army Wellness Centers

Army Wellness Centers provide integrated and standardized primary prevention programs and services that promote enhanced and sustained healthy lifestyles to improve the overall well-being of Soldiers, Family Members, Retirees and DA Civilians. AWCs represent the actionable platform for R2C, Healthy Base Initiative (HBI), Patient-Centered Medical Home (PCMH), Performance Triad and CFS2 to deliver tangible plans using behavior change strategies.

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Army Family Advocacy Program (FAP)

Army Family Advocacy Program (FAP)

The Family Advocacy Program fosters Soldier and Family readiness and resiliency by preventing domestic violence and child maltreatment; encouraging reporting; protecting victims; and ensuring prompt assessment, investigation, and treatment by qualified professionals. FAP is dedicated to the prevention, education, prompt reporting, investigation, intervention, and treatment of spouse and child abuse.

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Hotlines

Military Crisis Line (U.S.)
(800) 273-8255 (TALK)

Military Crisis Line (Europe)
00800-1273-8255

Safe Helpline - Sexual Assault Support for the DoD Community
(877) 995-5247
Text: 55-247 (inside the U.S.)
Text: 202-470-5546 (outside the U.S.)

Defense Centers of Excellence for Psychological Health and Traumatic Brain Injury (DCoE)
(866) 966-1020 - 24/7 Outreach

Vets4Warriors (855) 838-8255

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