« Dwyer Cobra Detachment Provides close-air tactical advantage | Main | ANA platoons learn new tactics in Musa Qal’eh »

New counseling hotline aims to 'DSTRESS' Marines, families

12/12/2010 By Staff Sgt. Jennifer Brofer , 1st Marine Logistics Group (FWD)

CAMP LEATHERNECK, Afghanistan — Marines and family members who find themselves battling stress can talk to a trained counselor for free through the “DSTRESS” Line, a Marine Corps-sponsored phone hotline staffed 24-hours a day, seven days a week.

To continue reading: