Two good pieces of good news came out of the military this week — especially for soldiers and veterans who are facing mental health concerns.
The first is the Monday announcement by Pentagon officials of a free smart phone application for Android devices designed to help soldiers and veterans to track their emotional health. It’s called the T2 Mood Tracker (from the National Center for Telehealth and Technology) is available free free download now. (The iPhone app is in the works.)
It’s basically a mood tracker, allowing users to track their mood, happiness and stress levels throughout the day. Anyone can download and use the app, free of charge.
The second piece of good news is the announcement that the U.S. Army will spend $17 million over 3 years to study suicide in solders and vets.
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