Building Healthy Military Communities - Oklahoma


Working for Healthy, Ready, and Resilient Military Communities

What is the Building Healthy Military Communities pilot? BHMC is a multi-year pilot program that aims to better understand the unique challenges faced by geographically dispersed Service members and their families that may impact their readiness, resiliency, and well-being.

Too Much To Lose

​Too Much to Lose, a Defense Department program, is an educational campaign for the U.S. military. The mission of the campaign is to inform U.S. Service members on the facts and risks related to prescription drug misuse and illicit and prohibited drug use that can impact their health, career and overall well-being.

Oklahoma Tobacco Helpline

No Judgments. Just Help. If you’re trying to quit tobacco, you’re not alone. We understand the struggle, and we’ve got your back. Wherever you are in your journey, the support you need is right here.

Human Performance Resources

Human Performance Resources by CHAMP is a team of scientists, specialists, and support staff who translate research into evidence-based resources to help Warfighters and their families achieve total fitness and optimize performance, whether at home, in the office, or in theater.

Psych Hub

Building Healthy Military Communities Oklahoma supports the mission of Psych Hub to provide free, engaging, best-in-class mental health education.

You Can Quit 2

Resources to Help You Quit Tobacco. Whether you are starting your first quit journey or have tried to quit in the past, our resources can help.

Prescription for Change

Oklahoma leads the nation in non-medical use of pain medicine. OK, I'm ready to listen.
The DoD hopes to better understand resource challenges and develop a comprehensive strategy to support the Chairman’s objective of Total Force Fitness, which is DoD’s framework for improving health, readiness, and resiliency of its population through eight domains of fitness (physical, environmental, medical/dental, nutritional, spiritual, psychological, behavioral, and social). The BHMC pilot program will inform the TFF Capabilities Based Assessment in evaluating and supporting current programs and services addressing TFF domain areas, identifying any capability gaps, and on how the DoD can help bridge the gaps. For additional information, contact Debbie Rich at