Breastfeeding and Pregnancy
Breastfeeding has significant benefits for both mother and child. Both Federal and Army policies support breastfeeding among Active Duty Soldiers and civilian employees.
Pregnancy - Scroll through the many resources for pregnant military women as well as dependents and civilians.
Mental and Behavioral Health
COVID-19 has only added to the stressors of military life. Particularly if unrecognized and untreated, behavioral health conditions can lead to medical non-readiness, early discharge from the Army,
substance abuse, and suicidal behavior. Find helpful mental health resources here.
Nutrition and Weight Management
The weight loss secret (HINT: reduce your calories!)
It's not just what you eat -
but also what you DRINK!
Better SLEEP can improve your health and weight loss efforts - learn how!
Self Care Charts for Women
Keep track of your health with handy charts
Responsible sexual health means educating and protecting yourself from
Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs), many of which are quite common in active duty military. A variety of resources about STIs as well as pregnancy-related concerns are HERE.
One of four women in the United States experiences violence (emotional and/or physical) from an intimate partner. In addition to resources to address concerns about sexual assault, APHC behavioral health experts provide resources for your concerns about Domestic Violence and Workplace Violence.