You are following the right path. You will need to be patience with the process. Keep your chain of command informed of the situation and your behavioral health issues. If they worsen after duties hours seek assistance from the Emergency Room. Make sure you use the buddy system. Your Chain of Command cares and I am sure they are trying to move the process as fast as possible but this is a two way street. You need to keep them up to date on your specific situation. If you are concerned that you are not being heard you can always contact the commander/1SG on open door policy.
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