H.R.1464 - Military Mental Health Empowerment Act

To amend title 10, United States Code, to provide notice to members of the Armed Forces, beginning with recruit basic training and the initial training of officer candidates, regarding the availability of mental health services, to help eliminate perceived stigma associated with seeking and receiving mental health services, and to clarify the extent to which information regarding a member seeking and receiving mental health services may be disclosed. view all titles (2)

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  • Official: To amend title 10, United States Code, to provide notice to members of the Armed Forces, beginning with recruit basic training and the initial training of officer candidates, regarding the availability of mental health services, to help eliminate perceived stigma associated with seeking and receiving mental health services, and to clarify the extent to which information regarding a member seeking and receiving mental health services may be disclosed. as introduced.
  • Short: Military Mental Health Empowerment Act as introduced.

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Military Mental Health Empowerment Act - Directs the Secretaries of the military departments to ensure that information concerning the availability of mental health services to members of the Armed Forces (members), as well as privacy rights related to the receipt of such services, is provi

Official Summary

Military Mental Health Empowerment Act - Directs the Secretaries of the military departments to ensure that information concerning the availability of mental health services to members of the Armed Forces (members), as well as privacy rights related to the receipt of such services, is provided to:
(1) each officer candidate during initial training,
(2) each recruit during basic training, and
(3) each other member at such time as the Secretary of Defense (DOD) considers appropriate. Requires each department Secretary to:
(1) seek to eliminate perceived stigma associated with seeking and receiving mental health services, and
(2) promote the use of such services on a basis comparable to the use of other medical and health services. Directs the Secretary of Defense to ensure that the above information is also provided to current members, including members of the reserve components.

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