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Feature | June 25, 2021

Goodfellow's SASH Program Leads the Way (with captions)

With the recent addition of Navy students, Goodfellow’s Students Against Sexual Assault and Harassment program, also known as ‘Teal Ropes,’ became the first in the DoD to have joint service participation! SASH is an Air Education and Training Command program that is being considered by other services within their respective training commands.

Nov. 7, 2022

TRICARE FEDVIP | 2022

Federal Benefits Open Season 2022 is from Nov. 14 – Dec. 12, 2022. Note that this open season is one day shorter than TRICARE Open Season. Learn more at www.tricare.mil/openseason.

Oct. 31, 2022

TRICARE Open Season is Around the Corner

Make sure you understand your TRICARE plan ahead of TRICARE Open Season starting Nov. 14 until Dec. 13, 2022. For more information on open season, check out https://www.tricare.mil/openseason.

Oct. 24, 2022

TRICARE Open Season | 2022

TRICARE Open Season 2022 is from Nov. 14 - Dec. 13, 2022. Learn more at www.tricare.mil/openseason

Oct. 6, 2022

TRICARE Contraceptive Care

Did you know that TRICARE waived copayments and cost-shares for medical contraceptive care? Learn more at www.tricare.mil/birthcontrol.

Aug. 18, 2022

Seeking Mental Health Care for Youth

Mental health problems can affect your child's thoughts, mood and behavior. Watch TRICARE's latest video on how to seek mental health care for your child with TRICARE.

Aug. 8, 2022

July MHS Minute

The July MHS Minute highlights a dedicated webpage for women's health to educate women and their partners on the health care services and resources available to them.

June 27, 2022

TRICARE QLE Knowledge–Separating from Active Duty

Separating from the military means that you leave the service before you retire. You and your family may qualify for temporary health care coverage when you separate from the service. Learn more https://www.tricare.mil/LifeEvents/Separating.

June 22, 2022

TRICARE QLE Knowledge - Deactivating

When you leave active duty after serving more than 30 days, you deactivate. Your coverage depends on whether your time was for a preplanned mission or in support of a contingency operation. Learn more at https://www.tricare.mil/LifeEvents/Deactivating.

June 15, 2022

TRICARE QLE Knowledge - Activating

When you are activated, you will receive the same benefits as active duty service members and your family also gets TRICARE coverage as active duty family members. Learn more at https://www.tricare.mil/LifeEvents/Activating.

June 9, 2022

TRICARE Covers Vasectomies

Take command of your reproductive health to see if a vasectomy is the right choice for you. TRICARE covers vasectomies but not reversals unless the reversal is medically necessary.

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Do you need to take an injury timeout? Dial 1-800-TRICARE for the MHS Nurse Advice Line to speak with a nurse or visit www.mhsnurseadviceline.com to chat with a nurse and game plan for the unexpected.

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