National Guard

Psychological Health


The mission of the National Guard Psychological Health Program is to advocate, promote, and guide National Guard members and their families by supporting psychological fitness for operational readiness.


The State Director of Psychological Health offers direct 24/7/365 access. The following services are available:

  • Assessments
  • Behavioral Health resources identification and support
  • Communication of applicable benefits and other counseling services within state/territory and     military framework
  • Referral services
  • Case management services
  • Follow-up services
  • Commander consultation services
  • Guard member orientation
  • Leadership training
  • Wellness education
  • Critical incident management services

All guard service members and their families are eligible for the Psychological Health Program, regardless of branch and duty/deployment status.



Psychological Health North​Jeremiah TrappOffice: 775.887.7210Cell: 775.350.4973
Psychological Health South​Tara Pushkin​Office: 702.856.4936