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Religious Coping Associated With Better Psychiatric Treatment Outcomes: Study - Huffington Post

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Religious Coping Associated With Better Psychiatric Treatment Outcomes: Study Huffington Post Prayer and belief that God has a plan could lead to better outcomes for psychiatric illness patients receiving short-term treatment, a small new study...
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It is interesting to note that more people utilize spiritual/religious practices than claim to be religious.  This illustrates the need for religious ministry professionals to be available for those seeking mental health.

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Study links depression with military ties - Daily Trojan Online

Study links depression with military ties Daily Trojan Online A new study conducted by researchers at the School of Social Work and published in the Journal of Adolescent Health found that adolescents with either a sibling or parent in the military...
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Army expanding mental health program despite research - USA TODAY

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Army expanding mental health program despite research USA TODAY The Army is expanding a $50-million-per-year program created in 2009 to help soldiers withstand mental illnesses such as post-traumatic stress disorder despite research by its own...
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Uncertainty reigns over military pay law - Stars and Stripes

Uncertainty reigns over military pay law - Stars and Stripes | Military Suicide | Scoop.it
Wall Street Journal (blog) Uncertainty reigns over military pay law Stars and Stripes Uncertainty over who gets paid, and when, continues to weigh on the minds of some Defense Department workers as officials in Washington mull over a new law that...
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While I'm not suggesting that anyone has or will commit suicide due to pay uncertainty, this definitely illustrates the point that vulnerable individuals who feel ignored or disregarded by the larger institutions of the military and government actually have a valid point.

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Stopping Suicide - Chronicle of Higher Education (subscription)

Stopping Suicide - Chronicle of Higher Education (subscription) | Military Suicide | Scoop.it
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Interesting discussion of philosophical prohibitions of suicide.  Academic communities and the military have much in common regarding the need to address suicide in our populations.

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Defense.gov News Article: Military Suicide Risk Factors Mirror Those ...

Defense.gov News Article: Military Suicide Risk Factors Mirror Those ... | Military Suicide | Scoop.it
News. American Forces Press Service Bookmark and Share ... They usually can be accessed through the Army Community Services, Marine Corps Community Services, Navy Fleet and Family Support Centers or Airman and Family Readiness Centers.
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Could the Army Predict Suicides? - Discovery News

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Could the Army Predict Suicides?
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With the number of suicides in the military rising, the Army has a new idea to reverse that trend: Predict who might be most at risk, and provide early treatment.
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Suicide toll for Army higher than combat losses

More soldiers have died by their own hand than in battle this year, as the Army continues to fight the elusive enemy that also claimed more lives in 2012 than combat in Afghanistan.
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