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Military REACH Review | December 2023 Newsletter

Koehlmoos and colleagues (2023) examined changes in behavioral health diagnoses (e.g., anxiety disorder, suicidal ideation) among adolescent dependents of active-duty Service members from before and during the COVID-19 pandemic.

T/F: Military adolescents experienced an increase in behavioral health diagnoses (i.e., anxiety disorders, suicidal ideation, and suicide attempts) during the COVID-19 pandemic.

    Red, White, and Merry: Celebrating Holidays in the Military

    By: Melissa Garnes , Undergraduate Research Assistant, Military REACH

    Not every family's holiday mirror the magical moments often portrayed in Hollywood films. Many families, including our military families, grapple with separation, financial constraints, or time limitations. In this piece, Melissa discusses how the DOD, other national organizations, and our local communities work together to make the holiday season magical for military families.

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