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Information and support for service members and their families. About the Call Center.
The reports in this section address quality-of-life and readiness issues for service members and their families. The information is useful to members of the military community, service providers and others, including government agencies, media, researchers and advocacy groups. Topics here include children and youth, spouse education and employment, finances, personal and family life, and special needs programs.
Special Needs Program Reports
The Office of Special Needs serves and supports military families that have members with special needs. This annual report to Congress details community outreach activities, service gaps and stakeholder education efforts.
Family Advocacy Program Reports
The Family Advocacy Program works to prevent and respond to child abuse and neglect and domestic abuse in military families. This recurring report provides incident data for Congress, as required.
Military Family Readiness Reports
This annual report to Congress describes Department of Defense plans and program assessment pertaining to military family readiness.
Military Spouse Licensure: State Best Practices and Strategies for Achieving Reciprocity
The Military Spouse License Portability Assessment report informs policymakers of the time it takes military spouses to obtain an occupational license when they relocate out of state due to a PCS. The report includes findings as to the time and cost involved with the application process, supporting documentation requirements and information accessibility. It also includes recommendations to improve the licensing process and detailed findings for each state and the District of Columbia.
Solicitation Privileges Report
The Solicitation Privileges Report lists insurance and financial product companies and agents currently barred from soliciting on specific Department of Defense Installations as reported by the military services.
Barriers to Portability of Occupational Licenses
This report to Congress addresses the current state of license portability for military spouses, which is the result of six years’ worth of consultations among the Department of Defense, Department of Homeland Security and the states.