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.
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While November is National Adoption Month, the important messages of National Adoption Month resonate throughout the year. Here’s how the Coast Guard can help members with adoption.
If you’re a Coast Guard spouse seeking employment, there are a variety of programs and resources to support you.
Everyone feels stress to some degree. It is part of life. But how you cope with it makes a big difference.
As we wrap up 2017, take a moment and reflect over the past year to assess your passions, purposes, goals and needs to drive your actions for the future.
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. In this post, Rachel shares a personal story about overcoming obstacles and provides tips and resources for us all.
This year’s theme, “Teens Need Families, No Matter What,” centers on teenagers who have spent years in foster care needing the commitment and care of a loving family to help them transition into adulthood.
It is by the support of our service, our members, our families, and our nation we remain Semper Paratus.
Written by: John Sparks, Coast Guard SUPRT Program Director Hey Coastie, you are trained to be a lifesaver. In fact, you will, on any given day, put yourself in harm’s way to ensure the safety of others. But what about the Coastie next to you who may be depressed to the point of contemplating or
Rather than expecting tax season to help you recover or being worried if it will cause you even more financial stress and problems, why not think proactively about your finances all year so that whatever comes in April, you are ready and more resilient? April is not just the end of tax season, it’s Financial Literacy Month, and CG SUPRT can help you feel better about what you are doing with your money.