Military Homefront Eligibility Guidelines and Services

Eligibility Guidelines

The Scott & White Military Homefront Services program is available to:

  • Military members who have served in Iraq or Afghanistan (OIF/OEF/OND) since 9/11 and their families
  • Members of Guard, Reserve, Active duty and veterans and their families
  • Civilians and military members who were adversely affected by the November 5th tragedy and were referred from Fort Hood*

*Mental health resources were provided through funding from AUSA.


Counseling Services

  • Individual, couples/marital and family counseling with licensed therapists
  • Combat stress team
  • Deployment support for children and adolescents
  • EMDR trained therapists
  • CPT trained therapists
  • Highly-confidential counseling—Records are encrypted and confidential, allowing military members to access mental health services without fear of damaging their careers.

Family Workshops

  • Resilience rejuvenation
  • Intensive military family therapy
  • Skills training
  • Relaxation and fun
  • Marriage enrichment
  • Family team building
  • Community support

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