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Welcome to the Military OneSource Reports homepage, which includes descriptions and links to important Department of Defense and government Quality of Life reports. If you are looking for a report for a specific program, you can access program-specific reports by visiting the Service Providers Program Landing Page. The reports below are valuable and important to military members, their families, and service providers, so please check back often, as the latest reports will be added as they become available.

The following Department of Defense reports may be of assistance to child abuse prevention program service providers in the military. These reports are in Adobe Acrobat PDF format and require Acrobat Reader 4.0 or later. A free copy of Acrobat Reader can be downloaded from the Adobe Acrobat Reader website.



Woman holding pamphlet reading: "Take a Stand; Prevent Domestic Violence" Victims of domestic abuse are often afraid to get help. The Department of Defense is committed to addressing and ending domestic abuse and offers victims two different reporting options for seeking help. Read on to learn about these reporting options.

Man and boy walking A military deployment can be challenging for every member of the family. Although school-age children tend to be resilient, they are probably still dealing with strong emotions about your leaving and need your help to handle their feelings. Here’s how you can provide the support and understanding they need to take some of the stress and fear out of your deployment and strengthen your relationship with them at the same time.




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