Finding Support After the Loss of a Loved One in Military Service

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After losing a loved one in military service, you may experience a wide range of emotions — anger, sadness, confusion, guilt, etc. A military loss can feel different from other types of losses. Your family and friends may not seem to understand what you are going through, making you feel isolated and alone. Knowing who to turn to for support can help you to rebuild your life. Here are a few of the resources available to you and your family:

  • Confidential non-medical counseling
  • Support and action groups for adults
  • Support and action groups for children
  • Support and action groups for family
  • Support resources for children

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