OHSU

Military Wives Matter

A research study conducted by Oregon Health and Science University (OHSU) and the National Institute of Health to help provide support for depressed spouses of service members who are or have been deployed overseas.

 

Has Your Spouse Deployed Overseas?

Military Wives Matter

Are you the wife of a serviceman who has served on active duty for the conflicts in Iraq or Afghanistan, and think you may be depressed?

Are concerned that your husband suffers from PTSD?

If so, we hope you will consider participating in a web-based research program developed for military wives to help combat some of the stress that deployments create for families.

Please contact us for information.


“When a Soldier deploys it’s not just the Soldier. The family deploys”

U.S. Rep. Tim Walz, the most senior-ranking enlisted Soldier of the National Guard ever to serve in Congress

 

“He brought the war home … he never had these problems before the war, and now we both have problems”

The wife of a United State Army non-commissioned officer serving a second tour in Iraq.