Just like most organizations, Military OneSource is adapting in response to the coronavirus disease outbreak. See below for up-to-date information about Military OneSource services and resources.
If you are temporarily working from home due to coronavirus disease 2019, try these tips to help you get started and stay productive.
The coronavirus disease 2019 pandemic has upended lives everywhere. Staying home and away from usual support systems can challenge even the strongest relationships.
Disruptions to normal routines can derail healthy habits. Free health and wellness coaching can get you back on track.
Keep you and your military family safe and healthy during the coronavirus disease 2019 self-quarantine with these tips.
The coronavirus outbreak may affect many aspects of your military life, including financial readiness. If you and your family are experiencing challenges, the Department of Defense offers a number of services to help you take control and minimize financial distress.
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.
When it comes time for your next military move, ensure that it’s a safe and successful one. Find out about new safety measures the Department of Defense has put in place to keep you and your family healthy and comfortable throughout the process.
The Military and Family Life Counseling Program can help you stay strong through life’s challenges, including those due to the coronavirus disease 2019 pandemic. We will offer telephonic and video sessions in areas where face-to-face support is restricted.
Use this guide to moving allowances and entitlements to help plan your PCS or military move.
Learn something new during extra time you have at home because of coronavirus disease 2019. Take advantage of free educational resources for service members and their families.
It’s normal to cut corners when engaging in everyday activities, especially when you’re comfortable with the task. But to avoid putting you and your family at risk during the coronavirus disease 2019 quarantine, examine your habits to make sure you’re not cutting corners on your health.
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.
When stress is high with little relief in sight, taking care of yourself is key so you’ll be there for your loved ones and those you serve.
Learn about the Department of Defense’s updated exemptions from military travel restrictions.
Consult your military service branch for additional help with entitlements and claims associated with your temporary or permanent change of station move.
Routines are important as you stay at home because of coronavirus disease 2019. Here are some tips for maintaining helpful parts of your normal routine and adjusting others.
Request adaptive equipment for your home office if you have limitations or if your current workspace keeps you from effectively doing your job.