Marine and Family Programs: The Marine Corps DSTRESS Line
During Suicide Prevention Month and year-round the United States Marine Corps across all installations brings raise awareness of suicide prevention and mental health resources and to encourage communities to support Veterans, Service-members, and their families and friends.
The Marine Corps DSTRESS Line provides a 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, anonymous phone and chat and referral service using a ‘Marine-to-Marine’ approach.
The call center is staffed with veteran Marines, Fleet Marine Force Navy Corpsmen who were previously attached to the Marine Corps, Marine spouses and other family members, and licensed behavioral health counselors specifically trained in Marine Corps culture.
DSTRESS Line’s goal is to help callers improve total fitness and develop the necessary skills required to cope with the widely-varying challenges of life in the Corps.
or call: 1-877-476-7734
Thank you Greg Mobley for the Marine Corps Graphic.