In addition to in-person counseling, many other resources are available for adults through the Military and Family Life Counseling Program. In this brochure, read about the briefings and presentations available on topics such as conflict resolution, deployment, relationships and communication.
Child and youth behavioral military and family life counselors are available through the Military and Family Life Counseling program to support the youngest members of the military community. This two-page brochure provides a brief overview of the services available.
This two-page brochure provides an overview of the child and youth behavioral counselors and the Military and Family Life Counseling Program, including specific details on how these counselors can make a difference in the lives of military children.
In addition to in-person counseling, many other resources are available for children, youth and families struggling with the challenges of military life. In this brochure from the Military and Family Life Counseling Program, explore the wide range of briefings and presentations available to help.
Adapting to the changes that come with military life can be especially challenging for children. This brochure outlines the many non-medical counseling options available to help through the Military and Family Life Counseling Program.
Help your sponsors take charge of their duties so they can ease the transition for relocating service members and families. This brochure guides you through the best ways to support sponsors with information on the eSponsorship Application & Training and other sponsorship tools.
The Military Academic Advancement Program offers premier graduate-level distance-education opportunities to military spouses, veterans, service members and civilian professionals serving the military community. The MAAP promotes the professional development of participants and helps the Department of Defense develop its workforce in the areas of child, youth and family programs.
Free, in-person confidential counseling is available for adults, children and families through the Military and Family Life Counseling Program. This two-page brochure provides an overview of the non-medical counseling services available to help members of the military community build life skills and cope with the unique challenges of military life.
Finances don't have to be a source of stress. With personal financial counseling through the Military and Family Life Counseling Program, support is available for tasks like budgeting, setting savings goals and making big purchases.
Military and family life counselors receive specific training to support service members, their families and survivors through the unique challenges of military life. Download this two-page brochure to learn how non-medical counseling services can provide support for both general life skills and the military lifestyle.
The "Military Funeral Honors Frequently Asked Questions" brochure provides an overview of the Military Funeral Honors Program and explains how survivors of eligible veterans can apply for and receive a military funeral honors detail.
Military OneSource state consultants and outreach assistants are available in every state and territory to support the military community when and where they need it most. This two-page brochure contains information explaining outreach services and how to request support.
Confidential non-medical counseling can help individuals and families when they need it most. This two-page brochure provides an overview of Military OneSource Non-medical Counseling, and offers contact information for military members and their families to request non-medical counseling services.
Ready...set...move! Jumpstart your next move with the information and resources available in this downloadable brochure — including an overview of the Plan My Move and MilitaryINSTALLATIONS applications, as well as links to DoD-sponsored, move-related websites.