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24/7/365 Access to Support
No matter where you serve or live, free and confidential help is available.
Call the Military Crisis Line at 988 and press 1, or text 838255.
Contact Military OneSource
Information and support for service members and their families. About the Call Center.
Military OneSource provides resources and tools to help service members and families live their best MilLife, and assists service providers in their important roles of support. Register for an upcoming webinar, listen to a podcast on a variety of topics or enroll in one of the many self-directed courses that are part of MilLife Learning.
OneOp is an additional resource that offers free, live webinars on different platforms that allow service providers to collaborate on issues unique to military families from anywhere.
MilLife Learning is a web-based training site that provides self-directed, user-focused courses on quality-of-life topics for military families and useful information for the service providers who support them. It’s accessible 24/7, anywhere with an internet connection. Visit MilLife Learning to view the latest course offerings on topics such as:
Casualty Assistance Tutorials
Five 5- to 10-minute eTutorials provide an overview of key survivor benefits and resources for service members and family members, including the death gratuity benefit and help for the final move.
Community Capacity Building Courses
Two courses for service providers, service members and families feature ways to promote positive change in communities and increase capacity within an organization.
Creating Accessibility Series
These courses provide instruction on how to create Section 508-compliant PowerPoint presentations, PDFs and videos.
eSponsorship and Sponsorship Awareness Courses
Courses to provide information and resources service members need to be a sponsor, ensure a newcomer’s successful move, and introduce family members to the sponsorship process.
Exceptional Family Member Program Videos
Video series aims to empower families who have a member with special needs to get the most from the Exceptional Family Member Program.
Family Advocacy Program Training
Training to provide Family Advocacy Program clinicians and supervisors with an overview for conducting a thorough risk assessment and evaluation of future domestic abuse and partner violence.
LinkedIn for Military Spouses
Two 20-minute courses provide an overview of how LinkedIn can assist military spouses in meeting education and career goals.
Military Family Programs Courses
Designed for Family Program staff, 19 courses cover topics important to military life and family readiness and describe pertinent programs.
Money Matters Courses
Five courses outline the fundamentals of money management and investment strategies, for service members and family members as well as the service providers who support them.
Morale, Welfare and Recreation Course
The “Operating in an Inclusive Culture” course informs MWR professionals how improve and enrich programming to reach patrons of all abilities.
Personnel Accountability Tutorial
This eTutorial provides important information on how service members, service providers and family members should account for themselves and others during natural and man-made disasters.