Veterans and their Families, Caregivers and Survivors have many resources available to answer their questions on services related to the Coronavirus, or COVID-19, and the care, benefits and services available from the Department of Veterans Affairs, other agencies and non-profit organizations.
The 2020 Census is an important way make sure every community is heard and to help fund our schools, healthcare, housing, and roads right here in your community. The Census only happens every 10 years, so make sure you know how to respond.
Join Blue Star Families and AFCPE to learn more about the FINRA Investor Education Foundation Military Spouse Fellowship to become an Accredited Financial Counselor® (AFC®). Hear firsthand from a diverse group of fellowship recipients as they share their own personal experiences. Learn what inspired them to pursue the designation and why this opportunity and career path is so incredibly rewarding!
It’s important to take care of your mental and physical health during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. The Steven A. Cohen Military Family Clinic at Easterseals is encouraging clients to stay home and stay healthy. Please join in for free virtual mindfulness and gentle yoga!
Join Defense Communities upcoming Virtual Town Hall meetings! Friday's Town Hall will feature expert panelists ready to answer your questions about early child care and education during the COVID-19 public health crisis.
Join in for a free online TAPS Talk as Franklin Cook addresses concerns of substance use and self-medication while in facing stress and isolation. Presented by the TAPS Institute for Hope and Healing®, this live connection with Franklin Cook, MA, CPC, addresses these concerns of substance use, whether for yourself or for a loved one.
Although military families are extremely resilient, unique issues such as deployment, relocation, and injury can challenge the family system. This workshop will provide an overview of military stressors that can impact a family system as well as the common reactions that children and adolescents may display. Using a strength-based perspective, participants will explore how to build treatment plans around key coping skills and provide therapeutic interventions tailored to this unique population.
Join USO Diaper Division online as they feature special guest musical artists and entertainers in an informal, fun setting that stimulates the mind and body of the littlest member of the military family and creates bonding opportunities between parents and their young children.
Corporate Gray Military-Friendly Job Fair is going virtual! You are invited to participate online on Friday, March 27, 2020 from 9 am - 12 pm.
Attention 18-24 year old Dependents and their Sponsors: Have you ever considered a career with the Federal Government? Whether you are a student, considering a gap year, or looking to put your existing education to use in seeking a new job, please join USO Fort Belvoir for an information session to learn more about FEMA Corps.