If you or someone you know is in crisis,
contact the Military Crisis Line or call 911 or call 1-800-273-8255, press 1 or Text 838255
Vision: “H2F drives innovation across the Total Army, while creating historic cultural change throughout the force, positively impacting Soldier performance, lethality, readiness, effectiveness, and health.”
Core Tenants: “Prevent, Prepare, and Educate.”
H2F System Goals: Improving Soldier readiness and lethality, optimizing physical/non-physical performance, reducing injury rates, improving rehabilitation after injury, and increasing overall effectiveness.
Five Domains of Soldier Readiness
Nutritional readiness is the ability to recognize, select, and consume the requisite food and drink to meet the physical and nonphysical demands of any duty or combat position, accomplish the mission and come home healthy.
Spiritual readiness include an individual’s or group’s ability to maintain beliefs, principles, and values needed provide support in times of stress. Spiritual readiness includes the development of personal qualities nee4ded to sustain a person in times of philosophical o human values, and often form the basis for character, disposition, decision making and integrity.
Mental readiness is the ability to meet the mental demands of any combat or duty position, adapt successfully in the presence of extreme risk and adversity, accomplish the mission and continue to fight and win.
Sleep is the critical requirement for brain health and function. Sleep readiness is the ability to recognize and implement the requisite sleep principles and behaviors to support the optimal brain function. In turn, sleep readiness underpins a Soldier’s ability to meet the physical and nonphysical demands of any duty or combat position, accomplish the mission and continue to fight and win.
Physical Readiness is a critical component of Soldier readiness, unit readiness, and Army readiness. Effective Soldiers can overcome ever-changing and complex challenges in both strategic and operational environments. They must possess the physical and nonphysical capabilities to fight and win in multi-domain operations. Integration of combat tasks into physical training and testing is a foundational element. The principles of physical readiness training are precision, progression and integration
Health and Wellness Phone/Tablet Applications
Available within your Apple App Store or Google Play Store
Big Move -
Sleep: CBT-i Coach
Army Leader’s Book
Community Resource Guide