Social Media

Last Updated: June 11, 2024
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​​​​​The DCPH-A implements evidence-based social media communication strategies to foster a culture of prevention and informed decision-making among Service members and their families, resulting in improved health readiness and well-being across the military community.​

​​​​Social Media Strategy

Social media is a powerful tool we use to communicate on a daily basis. These channels provide the opportunity to inform, influence and engage our audiences with high quality public health information and resources. DCPH-A uses social media for disseminating short and engaging content to Soldiers, Veterans, leaders, DOD beneficiaries and the general public.

Amplify Defense Public Health Communication Social Media Content!

Share from our social media accounts or download some of o​ur Social Media Content and tag us and use hashtag #DefensePublicHealth

Fresh Fruit and Vegetables Month
Men’s Health Month
National Mosquito Control Awareness Week
Oral Health Month

Racing into Running Season
Vector-borne Disease

Monthly Social Media

​The links do not change – boards are updated every year with new and ​current content.

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Social media m​anagers with an account in the Army Sprinklr Workspace can access social media assets created by DCPH-A by logging onto the Sprinklr Army Workspace and visiting: Link (license required).

​The U.S. Army Office of the Chief of Public Affairs is responsible for managing the Army workspace and Sprinklr access. If you have additional questions the DCPH-A may be able to assist you, please use the Contact Us form.​​

Follow and share messaging across DCPH-A's social media channels:

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Facebook, X, Instagram, etc. are third-party websites and applications that are not owned, operated, or controlled by th​e DOD or DHA. Some third-party websites may collect PII; however, PII is not collected on behalf of, nor is it provided specifically to the DOD.