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Government WebsitesBrowse websites below to learn about and find resources from the Defense Department, Office of Financial Readiness, TRICARE, Veteran Affairs and other government agencies.Showing 106 - 119 of 119 Government WebsitesWounded, Ill or Injured & Their CaregiversTRICARE Respite CareTRICARE may provide respite care coverage for those who care for service members injured in the line of duty.Family With Special Ne... moreFor SpousesU.S Department of LaborFind local and regional U.S. Department of Labor programs and services.SpouseMental HealthU.S. Department of Veterans Affairs Mental HealthThe VA mental health website provides information on a variety of mental health conditions and challenges.Extended Family or Fri... moreOff-Base HousingUSAJOBSUSAJOBS connects job seekers with federal employment opportunities across the United States and the world.Military Caregiver, Na... moreMilitary BasicsVA Adult Day Care and Respite ServicesWhen family caregivers need a break, Respite Care is available to help.Military Caregiver, Re... moreTransitioning to Civilian LifeVA CareersThe VA Careers website provides information on working for the VA and a method to find open positions around the world.Extended Family or Fri... moreTransitioning to Civilian LifeVA Outreach, Transition and Economic DevelopmentThe VA’s Transition Assistance Program offers an in-person course that helps veterans learn about their earned benefits.Retiree/Veteran, SpouseMilitary BasicsVA Polytrauma and Traumatic Brain Injury System of CareThe Department of Veterans Affairs’ Polytrauma System of Care helps those with traumatic brain injury and polytrauma.Military Caregiver, Wo... moreTransitioning & RetiringVerification of Military Experience and TrainingDMDC’s verification of military service document helps transitioning military personnel prepare job applications and resumes.National Guard, Reserv... morePrevention & CareVeterans Health AdministrationThe Veterans Health Administration website provides links to health support services for veterans.Retiree/VeteranSupport After LossVeterans Legacy MemorialThe online Veterans Legacy Memorial, launched in 2019, honors the lives and service of nearly 5 million deceased veterans.Extended Family or Fri... moreFor Service MembersVeterans’ Employment and Training ServiceThe Veterans' Employment and Training Service (VETS) offers job searches and resources for veterans, transitioning service members and military spouses.National Guard, Reserv... moreWounded, Ill or Injured & Their CaregiversWarrior Care — Caregiver ResourcesFind resources for military caregivers who assist wounded, ill and/or injured service members.Military Caregiver, Na... more