Family-to-Family Health Information Centers are nonprofit organizations familiar with the issues facing families with special needs. They can connect you to resources that can provide and finance health care for your children, help locate assistance, and explain legislation.
This page includes information on morale, welfare and recreation programs for the Army.
You’re beginning a new chapter of your military life. As a military spouse, a successful transition may include finding meaningful work at your new duty station. By tapping into your network of support and accessing a variety of programs and resources, you can continue to advance your career while building a new nest.
The My Military OneSource mobile app is an easy way to get the personalized information and support you need to live your best MilLife — anytime, anywhere. It’s like carrying the wide array of Military OneSource experts, resources and services in your pocket.
Military Funeral Honors provides a final tribute to eligible veterans and a meaningful ceremony to their families. Military OneSource provides information to help you navigate the process to arrange Military Funeral Honors.
Learn about the Transition Assistance Program’s vision and mission, plus transition support and more.
Military families can tap into terrific programs and services to help their military children — from extensive digital libraries and teen camps to resources to make moves easier.
EFMP is made up of three separate components. Learn how these parts work together to benefit service members who have a family member with special needs.
The military ensures that service members who die on active duty receive recognition and proper burial services, and that their survivors are provided support.
You’re closing the chapter on your military life and opening a new one. This means transitioning from being a soldier to a civilian employee in a company, nonprofit organization or maybe the government.
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.
Good health and peak physical fitness are key to our military community’s force readiness. Explore these tips to build strength and stamina by eating nutritious foods.
After months of planning your PCS, you’ve now landed at your new destination. Now it’s time for the fun part – building a nest and making it home. Here are a few ways to tap into the military community so you can settle and get into the swing of things more quickly.
Deciding on a career or finding a job isn’t easy when your family moves every few years. The military spouse in your life can get help through free career coaching from the Department of Defense.
Deployment and separations can be tough on relationships – there’s no way around that. But you and your partner can take steps to prevent or minimize the strain and grow together through these times apart.
If you’ve got your new orders, it’s time to fire up a powerful tool that can help you take charge and master your move. Plan My Move is an online moving tool that simplifies the moving process, breaking it down into clear, manageable steps for both experienced and first-time movers.
One of the benefits of military life is the unique opportunity to experience life in different parts of the world and the chance to create a nest in a new place.
You may want to buy a new car, help your children pay for college or start contributing to your retirement. Military OneSource provides the resources and information to help you master the skills of budgeting and saving so that you can build financial security.