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24/7/365 Access to Support
No matter where you serve or live, free and confidential help is available.
- In Crisis?
- Veterans/Military Crisis Line
- National Domestic Violence Hotline
- DOD Safe Helpline - Sexual Assault Support
- 988 Suicide & Crisis Lifeline
- Domestic Abuse Victim Advocate Locator - Family Advocacy Program
In the United States, call 911 if you are in an emergency.
For those outside the United States, call your local emergency number.
Contact Military OneSource
Information and support for service members and their families. About the Call Center.
Your service member has died, but that doesn’t mean you’ve lost your ties to your military community. As a surviving family member of an active-duty service member, you may be eligible for services that can help you cope, rebuild your life and find your new normal. The Defense Department provides immediate and long-term assistance to help you understand your benefits, connect you with grief counseling, find a financial counselor and more. You’re not alone.
Support After Loss
For survivors who have lost their service member, there are specially designed programs and services to help you cope.
While there is no right or wrong way to grieve, there are healthy ways to cope as you continue on your life’s journey.
Survivor Finances & Legal
After the death of your service member, getting your financial and legal affairs in order can provide some peace of mind.