The USA4 Military Families initiative works with states to improve the quality of life for military families.
The eSponsorship Application & Training program offers service members the tools and resources they need to become effective sponsors. This downloadable flier outlines what’s in the training and links to My Training Hub so you can get started today.
Promoting the Military and Family Life Counseling Program at your location is easy — thanks to the Military and Family Life Counseling Program Starter Kit. Learn more about what the starter kit includes and how to order supplies by downloading this flier.
Caregivers need support, too. This flier contains information about the Military Caregiver PEER forums, where you can connect with other caregivers who understand.
Don't let money management get you down. With confidential financial counseling through Military OneSource, get the tips and resources you need to meet your financial goals.
Navigating the relocation and transition process isn't always easy. Luckily, Military OneSource offers personalized support for military spouses through specialty consultations. This flier has the information you need to get in touch.
Military OneSource has tools you can use. From help with finances, to tips on managing stress; find the support you need. Download this flier to learn what Military OneSource has to offer.
The "Morale, Welfare and Recreation Digital Library" flier provides an overview of the resources and benefits that the digital library provides.
Everyone needs a little support sometimes. This flier provides an overview of the non-medical counseling services available through Military OneSource — including how you and your family members can access help today.
The Defense-State Liaison Office works with states to educate policymakers about licensing and employment barriers facing military spouses.
Relocation for military families leads to school changes for military children. Learn about the Interstate Compact on Educational Opportunities for Military Children and the guidelines it provides to states on issues that affect military kids.
The Defense-State Liaison Office works with states to resolve the issue of unemployment compensation for military spouses.
Military OneSource has a variety of resources available for wounded, ill or injured service members and their families. Download this flier to learn how to get the support you need.