Military service providers and leaders have Military and Family Life Counseling (MFLC) resources available to them: Deployment Survival, When Siblings Deploy and more.
Webinar | June 2015
Murphy’s Law has a deployment-related brother, and he’s even tougher than his everyday counterpart. In our Deployment Survival webinar, you’ll learn how to prepare for deployment, ways to manage separation and planning. …
Webinar | January 2016
Although every deployment is as unique as the individual experiencing it, there are experiences and feelings that service members and their loved ones share. Join us to discuss the stages of deployment and homecoming, and to learn communication. …
The FY08 National Defense Authorization Act – Section 582 of this act requires the secretary of defense to establish a national combat veteran reintegration. …
Benefits | October 2020
Military benefits and entitlements extend to service members and their families during all phases of the deployment cycle. Make sure you know what’s available.
Resources | October 2020
The military has your back during all phases of deployment – from pre-deployment through reintegration. Use these programs and resources to make your deployment go smoother.
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Essentials | August 2020
Every deployment is different and may require new skills and coping strategies. Learn how to recognize and manage stress, stay connected to loved ones, manage your finances and vote when you are deployed.
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Essentials | January 2020
Life in the military is about being ready for deployment. You may be duty-ready, but don’t overlook preparations on the home front. That includes having or updating essential legal documents, organizing your finances, creating a family care plan and designing a contingency plan in case things change. Get organized and prepared for your sake and your family’s.
You may face challenges at some point before, during or after the deployment. Military OneSource is here to provide information and resources to help navigate through all phases of the deployment—from pre-deployment to homecoming.
Whether it’s your first or fourth deployment, each separation brings new lessons and challenges. Join us for a discussion of the stages of deployment, effects of deployment on the military member and the family, and tips for navigating the. …
Article | August 2020
While military families know how to stand strong, the stresses of deployment can bring extra challenges. At Military OneSource, we’re here to help — by connecting you to a wide array of programs and services designed for military families.
Essentials | April 2020
Before you take off for your parent’s house or go anywhere when your spouse is deployed, consider the wide range of benefits and resources available to you if you remain on the installation, such as the commissary, exchange, community support. Staying put also ensures that your children maintain their routines during this time of transition and don’t experience further disruption to school and other activities.
Webinar | December 2015
This webinar assists parents and caregivers with preparing children for deployment. It addresses what children can expect during deployment, the positive aspects of deployment, possible stress associated with deployment, the effects of that. …
These resources include DoD directives, instructions and guidance on deployment programs and Military and Family Support Centers and Reserve Component Family Programs.. …
The deployment cycle is the period of time from the notification of a deployment, through pre-deployment training, through the deployment, and immediately after deployment. Every deployment cycle is different, but here are some general things to know.
Webinar | October 2015
This webinar will explore various aspects of how children are impacted by deployment. It will review the emotional cycle of deployment and common ways children tend to react to stress and separation. This webinar will also describe ways children. …