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Military OneSource Overview

Military OneSource offers a wide range of support to service members, military families and those who support them. Make the most of the resources available on the website by reviewing the Military OneSource Overview briefing. Here you'll find eligibility requirements, links to related and specialized websites and snapshots of Military OneSource non-medical counseling, financial services, specialty consultations, health and wellness coaching, career and education resources, the social media hub and online library resources.

Thirty-Day Yellow Ribbon Reintegration Program

Reintegration can be a sensitive time for service members and families. Transitioning from an overseas - and possibly hostile - environment to the comforts of home may require extra support for service members and their families. The Yellow Ribbon Reintegration Program is designed to support National Guard and reserve members who, because of their location, may not be able to conveniently access the reintegration support offered on military installations. The program checks in with service members at 30, 60 and 90 days post-deployment. This brief will highlight the program benefits for both service members and their families.

Sixty-Day Yellow Ribbon Reintegration Program

The post-deployment period can be a sensitive time for both service members and military family members. The Yellow Ribbon Reintegration Program focuses on reconnecting National Guard and reserve members with their families and communities while providing resources and support information. The program checks in with service members at 30, 60 and 90 days post-deployment. This brief will highlight how service members and families can benefit from participating in the program.

Ninety-Day Yellow Ribbon Reintegration Program

Transitioning from an overseas - and possibly hostile - environment to the comforts of home may require extra support for service members and their families. The Yellow Ribbon Reintegration Program is designed to educate National Guard and reserve members about the resources that are available to them and to connect them to service providers who can ease the reintegration process. The program offers reintegration activities at 30-, 60- and 90-day intervals following demobilization. This brief will highlight the participation benefits for service members and families.

During Deployment

Deployment impacts every member of the military family - not just the service member. Significant others, children, parents and extended family may all face unique challenges during a period of deployment. The During Deployment briefing explains how Military OneSource can help during times of deployment, including spousal and parenting support, financial services, health and wellness support and support for extended family. You'll also find that other Military OneSource services and resources, including everything from non-medical counseling to the Social Media Hub, can provide support during deployments.

Military OneSource Extended

Military service members and families each have unique needs and situations, and Military OneSource has something for everyone. Whether you're looking for information about tax services, wounded warrior resources, YMCA services, military families with special needs or monthly outreach efforts, the Military OneSource Extended briefing offers details on some of Military OneSource's most popular programs and other services that are worth checking out.

Confidential help - Non-Medical Counseling Services

The unique needs of service members and their families may sometimes require a little extra support. The non-medical counseling services offered through Military OneSource are intended to provide short term counseling - 12 sessions or less per issue - to service members and families. The Non-Medical Counseling Services briefing can guide you through the issues that are appropriate for non-medical counseling, the counselors' credentials, the three avenues of support - face-to-face, telephonic and online and how participants can get started.

Financial Services

Several financial services are available for service members and their families through Military OneSource, including financial counseling, financial planning, tax consultations and a filing program. In the Financial Services briefing you'll discover exactly how Military OneSource can guide service members and families through all things financial, including investments and debt consolidation.

Service Provider

Service providers for the military community have a special corner on Military OneSource because those who support the military community have unique needs. By simply logging in, service providers can access a service provider home page and resources - like program briefings similar to this one - to stay up to date on the information and programs that are available to service members and their families. You'll also have access to orderable and printable materials to better connect service members and military family members with the information and services they need. The Service Provider briefing will help you make the most of the information at your fingertips so that you can best serve the military community.

Pre-deployment

Emotions can run high for service members and families during the days leading up to a deployment. Everyone involved, including service members, significant others, children, parents and extended family may prepare for the deployment in their own way and every day routines, relationships and individual health and wellness may feel a strain as a result of the approaching deployment. In the Pre-deployment briefing you'll find ways to help each service member and family member prepare for the adjustments ahead and how to handle current feelings and situations.

Spouse Education and Career Opportunities Program

For military spouses who work by choice or out of necessity, it can be challenging to connect the dots between a desire to work and the right opportunity following a move. Spouses may also have questions about their education, including those about licensure or certification, financial aid or simply the best time to go back to school. The Spouse Education and Career Opportunities Program has support for military spouses each step of the way. In the Spouse Education and Career Opportunities briefing, you'll discover tools, resources and helpful information from the program that can put military spouses on the road to a successful and fulfilling career.


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