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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...
Supporting Military Parent and Child Adjustment to Deployments and Separations With Filial Therapy
Parental deployment can have a significant impact on children's psychological, behavioral, and physical well-being. Although most children are resilient, researchers agree that long periods of...
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...
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...
The Joint Family Support Assistance Program (JFSAP)
The Joint Family Support Assistance Program (JFSAP) helps geographically dispersed service members and their families manage the unique challenges of the military lifestyle. The Department of Defense...
Treating Young Veterans Promoting Resilience Through Practice and Advocacy
Many veterans unsuccessfully attempt to self-manage their mental and physical health needs. This volume examines the multiple challenges awaiting the new generation of young veterans returning to...
Children of Military Service Members Resource Guide
Deployment not only affects our military service members individually, but also has a significant effect on their families, especially the children. From toddlers to teenagers, children may face...
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...
Supporting children with traumatic grief: What educators need to know
Following traumatic deaths children may develop Childhood Traumatic Grief (CTG), a condition in which trauma symptoms interfere with adaptive child grieving. Educators have an important role in...
Mechanisms of Risk and Resilience in Military Families: Theoretical and Empirical Basis of a Family-Focused Resilience Enhancement Program
Recent studies have confirmed that repeated wartime deployment of a parent exacts a toll on military children and families and that the quality and functionality of familial relations is linked to...
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