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NEW ENGLAND DIRECTORY OF TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY RESOURCES
National Guard and Reserves
Services and support specifically aimed at the ―Citizen Soldier‖ but resources would also be
applicable to active duty personnel on MedHold in New England.
Joint Services Support
Gateway for Service Members and their Families in New England
Army Reserve Warrior and Family Assistance
Center (WFAC)
Advocates for Service Members, retirees and families from any
branch of Service.
(866) 345-8248
Military One Source
Portal for all Service Branches, as well as for Member or family
member. This source is available 24/7 and can answer almost any
question, no matter how big or small.
Toll free (800) 342-9647 En Espanol, llame al (877) 989-5392
Yellow Ribbon Programs/Events
The Yellow Ribbon Reintegration Program is a DoD-wide
effort to promote the well-being of National Guard and
Reserve members, their families and communities, by
connecting them with resources throughout the
deployment cycle.
National Guard
The National Guard
Psychological Health Program
(NGPHP)
advocates, promotes and guides National Guard members and their
families by supporting psychological fitness for operational readiness.
Transition Assistance Advisors
serve as the statewide point of
contact and coordinator for easy access to Department of Veteran
Affairs benefits and to provide assistance in access to entitlements
through the Military Health System (TRICARE).
Connecticut
Psychological Health:
Kathleen Saucier, MS, LPC
State Veterans Home
287 West Street
Rocky Hill, CT 06067
Cell: (860) 883-2035
Transition Assistance Advisor:
Daniel J. McHale, BG (ret.)
Connecticut National Guard
William A. O’Neill Armory
360 Broad Street
Hartford, CT 06105
Office: (860) 524-4908
Cell: (860) 748-0037
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