Additional Resources - Chaplain
This page directs you to information that can help you locate a Veterans Affairs chaplain, and also additional information and resources related to VA chaplains.
National Chaplain Center The National Chaplain Center strives to empower Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) chaplains in the achievement of excellence in meeting the spiritual health care needs of veterans. The National Chaplain Center website provides tools to locate a VA chaplain, additional information and resources, and descriptions of the services provided by VA chaplains.
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.
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.
This webinar will discuss the basics of target date mutual funds — how they work, advantages and disadvantages, historical performance, risk factors and their use as a default investment option in employer retirement savings plans. We will also learn about the composition and characteristics of the Thrift Savings Plan Lifecycle fund available to service members and federal government employees, as well as the upcoming change of using the Lifecycle fund as the default Thrift Savings Plan investment option.
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