The U.S. Army Deployment Health Assessment Program (DHAP) is an Army-wide program that seeks to improve the physical and emotional strength and readiness of Soldiers and Army Civilians – before, during and after deployment.
The DHAP manages a sequence of deployment health assessments (DHAs) – the Pre, the Post and the Reassessment (PDHRA) which are specifically designed to assess the health of Soldiers and Army Civilians during the deployment cycle. Most importantly, the program provides priority of care to Soldiers and Army Civilians who have sustained deployment health related injuries and conditions downrange.
Please contact us if you have any questions or need more information about the DHAP.
About DHAP's Mission
To implement the deployment health assessment program across the Army for all deploying/redeployed Soldiers and DA Civilians to address potential deployment-related physical and behavioral health concerns; and to promote Soldier and DA Civilian well-being, reduce non-deployables, and maximize unit readiness.
Call the Military Crisis Line 1-800-273-8255, press 1.
(Confidential help for service members and their families)
Call the Wounded Soldier and Family Hotline at 1-800-984-8523.
(For wounded, injured or ill Service Members and their families to share concerns on the quality of patient care and other issues).
Call the Defense Center of Excellence (DCoE) Outreach Center at 1-866-966-1020.
(For Psychological Health and Traumatic Brain Injury information and resources).
Call the Vets4Warriors 1-855-VET-TALK (1-855-838-8255).
(Vets4Warriors is a confidential peer support service, does not discuss your calls with the military, the VA and you may remain anonymous).