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Supporting Through Crisis


Military families rely on support outside the traditional family, and service providers play a crucial role in supporting their well-being and resilience by helping them thrive despite the unique stressors they can face. The military environment and the needs of military families can change over time. Ongoing training allows service providers to stay up to date with the latest research, best practices and evolving challenges facing military families.

These five courses for service providers offer training across a wide range of topics, including crisis intervention, collaboration and relationship building, domestic abuse, child abuse and neglect, financial counseling and non-medical counseling.

Review more about the courses in the following descriptions and start taking them today.

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These courses support the mind, body, heart and financial areas of your MilLife.

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Crisis can result from a variety of life events. Military families live with the possibility of crisis daily. Learn techniques you can use to help you assess, stabilize, provide short-term crisis management and follow up with clients in crisis.
Length: 29 minutes
service members collaborate
Collaboration is key to integrated support and building community capacity. Help military families by learning how to develop your collaboration and relationship-building skills with this fun and interactive course.
Length: 29 minutes
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Learn about the Family Advocacy Program, an integral part of the Military Family Readiness System. Explore how we all play an important role in preventing violence and abuse. Explore the continuum of service that builds on individual and family strengths, increases protective factors and promotes safety and well-being.
Length: 50 minutes
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Financial readiness is a critical component of military readiness. Explore financial readiness components such as the financial action plan, mandatory education touch points, education and counseling services, and consumer protection and advocacy.
Length: 50 minutes
service member counseling services
Discover how non-medical counseling services address personal and family issues so they do not detract from military mission readiness. Explore the strengths-based non-medical counseling support available to increase individual and family member competencies and confidence.
Length: 50 minutes

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