YOUR SUPPORT IS A SERVICE TO OUR COUNTRY.
By serving in the Army Reserve Medical Corps, your family member will gain the honor and prestige that goes along with protecting those who protect and serve our country. Not only will your family member be recognized as a hero to our country, he/she will also enjoy various benefits and civilian career advancement opportunities. This section outlines how your family member will serve, what challenges he/she may face when duty calls, and what resources are available to provide your family support once your family member leaves for duty. By reviewing our frequently asked questions section, you’ll learn what to expect when your family member is deployed or mobilized, how to cope with the departure, and answers to many other questions or concerns you may have. As you read the profiles of other family members whose loved ones are in the Reserve, you’ll gain a better understanding as to why their service is so important to the well-being of our country and how crucial your support is to their success.
Some of the specific benefits for Clinical Psychologists serving in the Army Reserve Medical Service Corps may differ from those offered to physicians. However, the Army’s full support network detailed in this section is available to all of those who serve.
For information about the benefits offered to Clinical Psychologists, click here.