Everybody deserves a safe relationship. When it comes to domestic abuse, it can happen to anyone ─ and each person’s situation is different. The Family Advocacy Program is committed to supporting victims, service members and their families impacted by domestic abuse through victim advocacy and crisis intervention.
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When it comes down to it, life is about relationships, whether it’s with a partner, your children or work colleagues. As a guardian of our country, you know that maintaining strong relationships with fellow service members and commanders is key. Make sure you don’t shortchange or take for granted your relationships with family members. Military OneSource can help you bolster your connections at home.
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