With so much uncertainty and seemingly everything on the line because of the coronavirus disease 2019 pandemic, it is not uncommon to have catastrophizing thoughts.
Here are 10 things you can do to stay strong and practice resilience skills to help yourself, your partner, children and other loved ones during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Department of Defense is committed to evaluating the threat from coronavirus disease 2019 and its impact on the nation’s security.
Learn about the Department of Defense’s updated exemptions from military travel restrictions.
Learn whether financial difficulties due to COVID-19 might affect your security status and how to address them.
Learn what to do to stay safe during the Coronavirus disease 2019 quarantine if you are a victim of domestic abuse.
These virtual resources offer relationship support for service members and their partners or spouses during the coronavirus disease 2019 pandemic.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, many parents are both teleworking and homeschooling their children. Here are some resources to help you stay the course.
Find up-to-date information about SECO services and resources: what is new, what remains the same and what has changed.
Students are out of school because of the global outbreak of coronavirus disease 2019, also known as COVID-19. Keep your children engaged and learning outside the classroom with online resources available through the Morale, Welfare and Recreation Digital Library.
It’s important to take care of all aspects of your health. This includes your emotional well-being. Military OneSource offers telehealth counseling and virtual support. This allows you to get the help you need while staying safe.
As part of its COVID-19 guidance, the federal government recommends having a supply of all necessary medications on hand. For members of the military community, TRICARE offers a convenient option of getting a 90-day supply of your prescriptions through TRICARE Pharmacy Home Delivery.
Learn how non-medical counseling for youth can help children and youth manage military life challenges.
Whether you want to take in a socially distanced ball game, spend a day at local attractions or plan a vacation, your local Information, Tickets and Travel office is your key to great deals on recreation and leisure travel.
Whether your service member is near or far, you can mark the day together in ways that are particularly meaningful to you.
Your service member doesn’t have to face financial hardship alone. Free information, resources and counseling are available.
Bereavement camps, seminars and retreats offer opportunities for you to connect with people who understand how to help you with your grief journey.
Military OneSource is your connection to information, answers and support when MilLife happens. We can help you overcome challenges, reach your goals and thrive. If we can’t get you the answers you need, we’ll connect you to someone who can.
In times of change, it’s reassuring to have a trusted source of information, resources and support. For service members, that’s Military OneSource — available 24/7 to help service members and their families thrive.