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Tuesday, February 4, 2014

Department Notice Masthead

High-Stress/Threat Unaccompanied Tour Employee Support Group

Have you recently returned from, or are you en route to, a high-stress/threat or unaccompanied post?  Are you finding it difficult to adjust to a “normal” environment?  Would you like to know what to expect?  If you answered yes to any of these questions, this support group may be for you!

The Deployment Stress Management Program in the Office of Medical Services sponsors a support group to all State Department and USAID employees who have served at or are en route to a high-stress/threat or unaccompanied post.

The support group is confidential and provides an opportunity for employees to share their experiences, ask questions, and support each other. 

The support group is facilitated by MED/MHS/DSMP Social Workers and is held monthly, on the first Wednesday from 12:00 to 1:00p.m., in the Ralph Bunche Library (Room 3239), Harry S. Truman Building (Main State). 

The next support group meeting will be held on Wednesday, February 5th, 2014.  Registration is not required.

For more information please contact at Mr. Michael Arthur at 703-516-1663 or ArthurMJ@state.gov.

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