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Visit the Military OneSource Non-Medical Counseling products page for helpful resources including booklets, cds, dvds, and toolkits.

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Strong Bonds Online Media Kit This kit provides press releases, public service announcements, and broadcast resources related to the Army's Strong Bonds program.

Non-Medical Counseling

Non-medical counseling provided by Military and Family Life Counselors and Military OneSource is confidential, short-term counseling for active duty, Guard and reserve service members and their families. All eligible individuals may receive up to 12 sessions per issue face-to-face, online or telephonically at no cost.  Click on the links below to open PDF versions of a brochure or a flier: 

Specialty Consultation

In order to support overall military family health and wellness, Military OneSource offers specialty consultations. Specialty consultations are available at no cost to service members and their families and provide confidential, individualized support in the areas of health and wellness, finances, adoption, special needs, adult disability and elder care, education and wounded warrior.

 


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"Find Job" keyboard button Moving to a new duty station can be a great adventure. Most installations offer programs and services to help. With a little advance planning and creativity, you can find a way to grow your career and do something you enjoy. Here are some resources you can take to prepare for your job search.


Military Families Learning Network This two-hour webinar will explore links between post-traumatic stress disorder and domestic violence in military couples. It will present background information on intimate partner violence in military populations, the development and treatment elements of interventions,treatment outcome data and current efforts to implement the programs. There will also be specific tips and skills for working with this challenging population.


Two women talking on couch Having your spouse deployed can bring up a wide range of emotions, starting when you first learn about the deployment and continuing until well after your spouse has returned home. As you go through this emotional process, you may experience many emotions or combinations of emotions, including fear, anger, loneliness, joy, relief and anticipation.

WEBINAR

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May 28, 2015
Links between PTSD and Domestic Violence in Military Couples
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