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How Is Deployment to Iraq and Afghanistan Affecting U.S. Service Members and Their Families? An Overview of Early RAND Research on the Topic.
The conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan, which have extended over the past decade, have put America’s all-volunteer force to its most severe test since its inception in 1973. In this environment of...
Guide to VA Mental Health Services for Veterans & Families
This brochure describes the guiding principles of VA mental health care, how to find VA mental health care and the different treatment settings where VA offers mental health care, such as hospitals...
Operation Purple® Family Retreats
Operation Purple® Family Retreats are designed to help families to reconnect after experiencing the stresses surrounding a deployment. They are a great opportunity to spend time outdoors, try new...
Students at the Center
This Web site outlines the important policies, procedures, and best practices that will enable military families, military leaders, and school leaders to provide military-connected children the best...
Depression After Brain Injury: A Guide for Patients and Their Caregivers
This guide is right for you if you have experienced a mild, moderate, or severe injury to your brain due to a sudden trauma. This guide is for you even if: you did not see a doctor at the time of the...
Defense Centers of Excellence for Psychological Health and Traumatic Brain Injury(DCoE) Annual Report
The 2010 Defense Centers of Excellence for Psychological Health and Traumatic Brain Injury(DCoE) Annual Report highlights DCoE’s work across the spectrum of care through integration; evaluation and...
Depression After Traumatic Brain Injury: Clinician Guide
Depression After Traumatic Brain Injury: Clinician Guide includes information on: •Key Clinical Issue •Background Information •Conclusions •Clinical Bottom Line •What To Discuss With Your...
National Guard Bureau Joint Services Support
The National Guard Bureau Joint Services Support website offers information for National Guard Community’s daily life, better tools, and access to resources and services such as: Yellow Ribbon...
Department of Education Launches Webpage for Veterans and Military Families
As part of the U.S. Department of Education’s (ED) ongoing outreach efforts to military families, a webpage on the Department’s website was launched to: • Provide information on scholarships and...
THE COURTS AND MILITARY FAMILIES: URGENT ACTION NEEDED
There are 9-plus million individuals who are impacted by military service – about 60% of whom are family members. While these demographics have enormous implications for the veterans administration...
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