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Health and Wellness

A top objective of the Indiana National Guard is to provide an environment and the professional programs that enable Guardsmen and their family members to achieve optimal health, fitness, wellness, mental health and resilience. These programs and services prioritize the needs of our soldiers and airmen and allow the Guard to maximize personnel and organizational readiness.

Holistic Health and Fitness

Achieve your fitness and lifestyle goals through evidence-based programs and assessments that personalize health and wellness plans
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Master Fitness Trainer

Master Fitness Trainers help service members at the unit level to improve individual readiness
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Master Resiliency Training

Dedicated to the comprehensive physical, emotional and mental health of service members, their dependents, and our federal civilian employees
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Supports Guardsmen and their families by helping locate behavioral health resources in communities where our members work and live

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U.S. Army Staff Sgt. Rodney Scott, a soldier from Clarksville, Ind. assigned to Charlie Troop, 1st Squadron, 152nd Cavalry Regiment, 76th Infantry Brigade Combat Team, 38th Infantry Division, Indiana Army National Guard, reviews coordinates on a handheld GPS device at Lešť military training center, Slovakia, Oct. 31, 2019. Soldiers from the IN ARNG deployed to Slovakia to participate in Slovak Shield 2019, a NATO joint war-fighting exercise involving five countries. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Senior Airman Jonathan W. Padish)

Behavioral Health Program

Provides resources for prevention and response to high duress and suicide, 24/7 Helpline - Dial 988+1

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Soldier Head in Hands

Suicide Prevention

Works to reduce violent behavior and encourage help-seeking and helping behaviors among service members and their families

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Domestic Violence Response Program at Indiana National Guard

Domestic Violence Response Program

Fosters a culture where those who report sexual assault are protected, treated with care, dignity, discretion and respect

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Sexual Assault Prevention Ribbon

Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Program

How to report harassment and sexual harassment through the EO/EEO program, State Equal Employment Manager or 24/7 National EO Information Line is available at 1-703-607-7756

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Reporting Sexual Harassment

Provides service members with prevention, education and referral resources and equips commanders with tools to deter substance abuse

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Substance Abuse Prevention Program

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