People who abuse or neglect children come from all ranks, races, religions and income levels. As hard as it can be to imagine, your neighbor, co-worker or even a friend could be an abuser.
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Being a parent can be one of the most rewarding yet challenging jobs you’ll ever have. Being a trusted adult in the life of a child is important, and you can rely on Military OneSource to be part of your parenting team. Learn more about the Defense Department and Family Advocacy Program tools and resources for strengthening and supporting parents in the military community and getting help for child abuse and neglect.
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Welcome to parenthood — probably the most rewarding and challenging job you’ll ever have. As a warrior, you’re trained to depend on your team to operate at your highest level. Parenting is a team effort as well. In addition to assistance from family, friends and community, you can rely on Military OneSource to be part of your parenting team.