Army Casualty This website provides casualty assistance resources for commanders and family members. It has a thorough list of publications, public laws, forms, benefits, terms and acronyms. It also has a link to a comprehensive, user-friendly survivor's guide.
Army Community Covenant State Resource Map The Community Covenant is an initiative of the Secretary of the Army rolled out in early 2008 to invite communities (states, cities and towns) across America to demonstrate their support for service members and their families. Select your state on the map and find out how you can show your support.
Army OneSource This website provides a number of different resources and services for soldiers and their families.
Marine Corps Casualty Assistance This website provides resources to commanders and survivors. There are links to current information on issues ranging from survivor benefits to military funeral honors, as well as downloadable guides for survivors and casualty assistance officers.
Navy Fleet and Family Support Through this website, sailors and family members may access information on a wide range of programs focused on adapting to the special demands of military careers and military family life.
Navy Casualty Assistance This website provides casualty assistance-related resources for commanders and family members. There are several links to forms and publications as well as a downloadable survivor's guide.
Air Force Personnel Center The Air Force Personnel Center provides answers to frequently asked questions concerning casualty services, casualty assistance representatives and death benefits. Users can submit additional questions to be answered.
Department of Defense/All Services
Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Military Community and Family Policy This office is directly responsible for programs and policies which establish and support community quality of life programs on military installations for service members and their families worldwide. This office also serves as the focal point for coordination of the broad range of quality of life issues within the Department of Defense.
Warrior Care The Office of Warrior Care Policy ensures recovering wounded, ill, injured and transitioning members of the Armed Forces receive equitable, consistent and high-quality support and services.
AfterDeployment.org This website provides self-care solutions targeting post-traumatic stress, depression and other behavioral health challenges commonly faced after a deployment.
Defense Suicide Prevention Office This is a comprehensive resource providing information on suicide hotlines, treatments, professional resources and forums. The site supports all service branches, the National Guard, the reserves, veterans, families and providers.
Deployment Health and Family Readiness Library This library provides service members, families, leaders, health care providers and veterans an easy way to find deployment health and family readiness information.
Military Family Research Institute The primary mission of the Military Family Research Institute is to conduct scientifically sound research focusing on military families. This research enables the Department of Defense to better understand, serve and enhance the lives of military families and contribute to the strength of the nation by increasing readiness and retention in the Armed Forces.
Military Youth on the Move This site is an easy-to-use resource that reaches out to youth with creative ways to cope with issues that arise in the face of a move, such as transitioning to a new school, saying goodbye to friends and getting involved in a new community. The website is divided into three target audiences: elementary school, middle school and high school. Users simply click on their age group to get started. Once inside the site, users search different topics that pertain to both military youth in particular and youth in general.
PD Health PDHealth.mil was designed to assist clinicians in the delivery of post-deployment healthcare by fostering a trusting partnership between military men and women, veterans, their families and their healthcare providers to ensure the highest quality care for those who make sacrifices in the world's most hazardous workplace.
Army National Guard Family Support This website outlines Army National Guard family support initiatives and programs.
National Guard Family Program This is the official website for all issues impacting National Guard families. The site provides locations, benefits and links to many useful websites on children, youth, employment assistance and other National Guard programs.
National Guard Youth Foundation The National Guard Youth Foundation's primary mission is to broaden awareness of the success of the National Guard Youth Challenge Program and support the expansion of the program in all fifty states.
National Guard and Reserve TRICARE Benefits This is a navigational video that explains TRICARE benefits once a service member has been mobilized.
Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense for Reserve Affairs This site is dedicated to today's reserve force. It provides information about the policies, programs and initiatives that the office manages for the National Guard and reserve components of the U.S. Armed Forces. This includes family support and readiness issues.
Army Reserve Family Programs The Army Reserve Family Programs are committed to offering education, training, awareness, outreach, information, referral and follow-up. This site provides information on family program support offices, reserve family member benefits, family readiness handbooks and reserve family news.
Marine Corps Community Service The Marine Corps Community Service provides a wide range of services to help Marines and their family members enhance their quality of life including counseling, information and referral, and programs/services related to the military lifestyle.
Navy Reserve Ombudsman Program Navy Reserve Ombudsman provide command information and counseling referrals and act as resources for Navy reservists and their families on a wide variety of issues.
Air Force Reserve Command Family Readiness The Air Force Reserve Command Family Readiness offices assist and support families of deployed Air Force reserve personnel. The family readiness offices are located within the units and provide assistance on all family-related matters to include information and referral services. Toll-free phone numbers for each of the family readiness offices are provided on the website.
Yellow Ribbon Reintegration Program National Guard and reserve component service members face challenges that are inherently different from their counterparts in the active component in terms of readjusting to civilian life and returning to families, hometowns and civilian employment. The FY08 National Defense Authorization Act, Section 582 requires the Secretary of Defense to establish a national combat veteran reintegration program, known as the Yellow Ribbon Reintegration Program, to administer and coordinate all reintegration programs for the National Guard and reserve components.
Transitioning Service Members
Army Ombudsman Program in Support of Warriors in Transition The ombudsman functions as a resource in support of soldiers assigned to a warrior transition unit and their family members, as well as non-warriors in transition soldiers and their family members who need assistance with a medical-related issue.
Department of Veterans Affairs This website provides details on a variety of VA services, benefits and special programs with online application forms.
Department of Veterans Affairs Mental Health This website provides information on psychiatric services available through the VA.
Department of Veterans Affairs National Facilities Locator This website provides information on all 1,719 VA facilities throughout the world.
GI Bill Benefits and Services This website provides a comprehensive presentation of Montgomery GI Bill educational benefits, services, regulations and forms.
Marine For Life This Marine Corps organization provides nationwide assistance to Marines who are returning to civilian life, Marine reservists and all Marine veterans throughout their lives. Marine For Life also assists sailors who have served with Marine Corps units.
MyHealtheVet My HealtheVet is the Department of Veterans Affairs award-winning e-health website, which offers veterans, active-duty soldiers, their dependents and caregivers anywhere, anytime Internet access to VA health care information and services.
Returning Service Members This Department of Veterans Affairs benefits website is specifically dedicated to service members who have served in Operation Iraqi Freedom or Operation Enduring Freedom.
Social Security Administration Disability Benefits for Wounded Warriors Military service members can receive expedited processing of disability claims from Social Security. Benefits available through Social Security are different than those from the Department of Veterans Affairs and require a separate application.