Army and Regional Health Command-Pacific Resiliency Resources

By Christopher LarsenMarch 5, 2021

The Army has a variety of resources available to Soldiers and families to help build and maintain resiliency.

These resources are there for Soldiers, civilians, retirees, and their families. Many are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

Because so many Regional Health Command-Pacific staff members are working long hours, working from home, or self-quarantining with their families, we’re sharing their contact information to reach a wider audience.


Regional Health Command-Pacific Behavioral Health: Lawrence Edwards,; Warren Aoki,; Michael Martella,

Regional Health Command-Pacific Chaplain: Chaplain (Col.) David Deppmeier, 808-594-8031,; Staff Sgt. Michael Kuehne, 808-741-3049,

Regional Health Command-Pacific Master Resiliency Trainer: Sgt. 1st Class David Baker, 808-800-1450,

Army Resilience Directorate:


Army Public Health Center Spiritual Fitness:

Comprehensive Soldier and Family Fitness:

Military Crisis Line (U.S.): (800) 273-8255 or DSN 111; Press 1. Text: 838255

Military Crisis Line (Korea): 0808-555-118 or DSN 118

Military OneSource 24/7 Support: 800-342-9647

Psychological Health Center of Excellence: 866-966-1020; 24/7 outreach