Through the R2C, the Army is enhancing readiness through its focus on resiliency at the unit and individual level for Soldiers, civilians, family members. R2C brings together several programs that encourage resiliency in the force by approaching the subjects like suicide and suicide ideation, sexual harassment and sexual assault, substance abuse and domestic violence in a holistic manner.
RHC-A contributes to the R2C mission through behavioral health assets at our military treatment facilities, as well as behavioral health personnel embedded within units, behavioral tele-health services and pre-and-post deployment health screenings.
The resiliency of Soldiers, family members, retirees and civilians is also addressed through the Performance Triad, an Army Medicine program that stresses maintaining health habits of proper sleep, nutrition and activity to optimize performance.
Through behavioral health care, Performance Triad, Patient Centered Medical Homes and improvements in the Integrated Disability Evaluation System, RHC-A is an integral partner in the creation of a more resilient Army.