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Military Spouses of Strength (MSoS), its facilitators and owners provide an informational peer formatted website.
The resources available on this Website are provided for educational and supportive purposes only; are not intended to be used in place of personal and face-to-face consultation with a specialized trained and professional health care or mental health care professional. READ FULL DISCLAIMER
Milspouses building a place of strength, support and understanding of depression, while tearing down the walls of stigma.
If you found your way to this site then it is possible that you or a family member may be suffering from signs of depression or from circumstances that have left you feeling "not right." We are glad you made your way here! At Military Spouses of Strength you will find a group of military spouses who have joined together for information, resources, support and strength!
This is a safe place that can be a support system to get you through the times when you feel alone and confused. Know that you are important and valuable, use this site as a place to lean on and the resources to aid you in your journey to recovery. You are not alone, let us be there for you!
We want to hear from you!
MSoS has created the first of it's kind anonymous survey and we what to hear from you! This survey will help us bring your concerns about mental health and the need of more support within the military spouse community. The data will be used to determine needs of the community and where MSoS might be able to provide programming in the future. MSoS survey will only take all of 5 minutes. Please take part our survey or share with other military spouses.
Military Crisis Line
1-800-273-TALK (8255) - Press 1
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
Military One Source
The Defense Center of Excellence (DCoE)
Wounded Soldier and Family Hotline
For more information and phone numbers visit FIND HELP
A very therapeutic resource is sharing your story with others. Through blogging, you can share your story with others anonymously or openly.
If you find yourself needing support, be the “bravest person” and seek out help; for you it may not be at the psychiatric ward. Take the first step and don’t let the stigma prevent you from seeking the help you need. Below are a list of supportive agencies and numbers.
Are you interested in being part of the volunteer MSoS Team where you can make a difference? We have lots of positions!
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Coming Soon - MSoS First Board Meeting (Closed Meeting)