Behavioral Health Epidemiology
Identify risk and protective factors that contribute to negative behavioral health outcomes, such as suicide, homicide, alcohol abuse and dependence, domestic violence and other forms of physical aggression. This data is delivered to Army leaders in a variety of formats and can be used to prioritize actions to address the factors that contribute to negative behavioral health outcomes with the goal of preventing or reducing their occurrence.
|This page contains information and resources for the Army Public Health Center (Provisional)'s Army Department of Defense Suicide Event Report (DoDSER) program. |
|This publication describes characteristics of Soldiers who completed a BH screening at the two post-deployment Touch Points of the Army Force Generation Cycle and characterizes self-reported risk for BH-related outcomes. |
|This annual SSBP presents characteristics of suicidal behavior (suicides, attempts, and ideation) among active-duty Regular Army, activated National Guard, and activated US Army Reserve Soldiers.|
|BHMS is responsible for routine monitoring and reporting of behavioral health trends among Soldiers in the Army.|
|The FIES provides field investigation services and program evaluation expertise and support upon request or tasking. |