Part of the best incentives available to citizens that choose to enlist in the Military are the different health and wellness benefits. If you serve in the Active duty military there are a number of benefits that are available to you if you learn and implement them. These programs are centered toward giving the Servicemember and their family the support they need for a better quality of life. Programs exist in the Army National Guard, The Army Air Guard The Army, and the Army Reserves. Many types and many different programs are available to you, before, during and after your active duty military deployment.
The Army desires to identify and support the primary and the basic needs of the individual, and of the members of the Army Family. Both the needs of the individual Servicemember and their family should be a priority. The modern Army works to provide a framework of health and wellness benefits, and it can be effective in supporting the military family. The Army holds as a doctrine that the better prepared the families and individual Servicemember is then the better they will be for military preparedness. The proud traditions of the active duty military are being continued through the efforts and programs that are working toward a framework, a framework of wellness and well-being. There are currently programs such as Army Recuperation and Rest Leave Programs. These are programs to help identified Army Soldiers who need to take necessary leave to rest and recuperate. Some of the different elements are to have the member be able to connect, to live, to serve, and to be healthy and supported in growth. Part of the problem in the past is being able to identify what the issue is, and how it is best to solve the problems faced by Active duty Army and Armed Forces personnel. Another program is the disabled soldier support program, the deployment Cycle support program.
These are programs that provide specific support to different soldiers that need help and aid, either because of a service connected disability, or because they are overwhelmed by the repeated deployment and they need a break. All of these programs are administrated by the Army Well Being and Support office, which are located on larger military and Army Facilities.