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How to Find Services for TBI and Psychological Health

How to Find Services for TBI and Psychological Health

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So if people are looking for services, the best place to find help is to call Military OneSource, which is a service available to all service members. But in addition, RAND's catalog is available online, and it is searchable, and if you take a look at the bottom of the link below this video, you'll see a link that will go directly to that website, on the RAND website. Alternatively, you can go to the RAND website and search the term, and that's RAND, R-A-N-D dot org [], and search the term "innovative practices."

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Service members, veterans, their families, and professionals can find programs to help with brain injury and psychological health at Military OneSource and the Rand Corporation.

Find information about programs included in the RAND catalog.

Go to Military OneSource.


Produced by Victoria Tilney McDonough, Ashley Gilleland, and Jared Schaubert, BrainLine.

Robin Weinick, PhDRobin Weinick, PhD, Robin M. Weinick, PhD is an associate director of RAND Health, one of the largest private health research groups in the world and RAND’s largest operating division.

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