The Director of Psychological Health (DPH) works to strengthen operational capabilities by normalizing help seeking behaviors through outreach, prevention, and early intervention driving resilience. DPH's serve as the Wing or other assigned leadership’s principle consultant and advocate for psychological health. They provide mental health assessments, referral to appropriate mental health services, coordination of clinical services, resiliency education, and other services addressing the psychological health of service members and their family members. Psychological fitness is an integral part of a member’s total health and wellness. The DPH program is here to help members and their families develop and enhance their psychological fitness. Whether you need someone who will listen or you need assistance in finding the appropriate resources, the DPH program is here to help.
Air National Guard members are faced with a number of unique challenges during their military career that may affect their families, jobs and local communities.
These four pillars contain separate key concepts that when used together can help create a checklist to drive towards success.
Military Crisis Line
1-800-273-8255 (Press 1)
Sexual Assault Response:
DoD Safe Help Line
Director of Psychological Health
146th Airlift Wing
AIRMEN AND FAMILY READINESS
DIVERSTIY AND INCLUSION
DRUG DEMAND REDUCTION PROGRAM
SEXUAL ASSAULT PREVENTION RESPONSE
WARRIOR AND SURVIVOR CARE
COMMANDER'S TOOL KIT
If you or someone you know exhibits any of the signs of emotional distress below, call your Director of Psychological Health today: