No matter what your current health level, there are three things that a person can start doing right now that will improve their health: eat right, sleep right, and get enough exercise.
Coast Guard service members Capt. Kevin Reed, commander of Sector Long Island Sound, and Lt. Cmdr. Roberto Concepcion from Coast Guard Headquarters partnered with Alcorn State University (ASU) and service members from the U.S Army, U.S Navy and U.S Marine Corps to participate in the Alcorn State University Military Leadership Summit in Alcorn, Mississippi.
Coast Guard families share their experiences with adoption during National Adoption Month
The Coast Guard’s Child Care Subsidy Program has transitioned from the U.S. Department of Agriculture to the Navy office of Child and Youth Programs. Read more to learn about these new changes and how it affects your family.
Once a month, Coast Guard All Hands will feature “Dear Coast Guard Family,” a column for Coast Guard families by Coast Guard spouse Rachel Conley. Rachel is married to her high school sweetheart, Chief Warrant Officer James Conley, and is the mother of three children. Rachel passionately serves as a Coast Guard Ombudsman and advocate
All Hands selects several messages to publish in a weekly post to help raise awareness about specific messages and useful information for Coast Guard members.
Overall wellness is closely tied to the balance that exists between our emotional, physical, spiritual, and mental health. Mental health problems can affect your thoughts, mood, and behavior.
Written by Cmdr. Shane Steiner Chief of Preventative Medicine U.S. Coast Guard / U.S. Public Health Service On Mar. 1, 2018, the Coast Guard implemented a new periodic health assessment (PHA). To increase flexibility, Coast Guard members were no longer required to have their PHA completed during their birth month as long as they had
Frequently asked questions and answers are available here for Coast Guard members, families and civilian employees during the current government shutdown.
For the first time ever, vision coverage is available for active duty family members.