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Soldiers and Families in need of crisis assistance should contact The Military OneSource or Defense Center of Excellence (DCOE) for Psychological Health and Traumatic Brain Injury Outreach Center. Trained consultants are available from both organizations 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.

Military OneSource   1-800-342-9647 Overseas personnel needs to refer to the Military OneSource web site for dialing instructions for their specific location.
DCOE                          1-866-966-1020 or send an e- mail to

Sites for Military Information, Moving, Financial Aid, Emergency Preparations, the 'Military Child', and Children with Special Needs

Military Homefront has an impressive Moving and Relocation site with tools and information to help you have a successful move.  Provides moving benefits and entitlements, information on military installations, a relocation budget planner and a guide for those new to the military and preparing for thier first relocation.

Operation Homefront Operation Homefront Operation Homefront provides assistance for service members, their families and to wounded warriors when they return home. Programs include emergency aid, financial assistance, used furniture, moving assistance for families while service member is deployed, and adopt-a-family opportunities. Ready Army Ready Army

Ready Army campaign to increase the resilience of the Army community and enhance the readiness of the force by informing Soldiers, their Families, Army Civilians and contractors of relevant hazards and encouraging them to get a kit, make a plan, and be informed.

Military Family Preparedness

4 Miliatary Families 4Military Families 4Military Families a site created by a military spouse to to assist other military family members (spouses, mothers, sibilings, etc.) . Military family members provide information, suggestions, and links regarding the military and its families. Military Child Education Military Child Education Coalition

Military Child Education Coalition a world-wide organization that identifies the challenges facing the military child, increases their awareness and initiates and implements programs to meet the challenges.

SchoolQuest, an initiative of MCEC also provides articles, web links and other resources for students and their families. Military offers useful information for new and expecting military parents. Most of the content on this site was submitted by military parents stationed CONUS and OCONUS. Army One Source Army One Source Army OneSource provides information on family programs and services; health care; soldier and family housing; child, youth and school services; education, careers and libraries; recreation and travel and BOSS.
The Army Reserve Child & Youth Service' (CYS) Tools & Resources for Parents & Caregivers The Army Reserve Child and Youth Services' (CYS) Tools & Resources for Parents & Caregivers The Army Reserve Child and Youth Services' (CYS) Tools & Resources for Parents & Caregivers website provides parents and caregivers resources and tools to better understand their children and meet their needs. It covers subjects such as deployment stress, reunions, moving, etc. Military One Military One Military includes articles, resource guides, calculators, Web links, locators, toolkits and other helpful information about various issues (financial, legal, health, relationships, etc.) and stages of life (i.e. military life, deployment, reunion, crisis, recreation, elder care,career & education).

Specialized Training of Military Parents (STOMP) STOMP

STOMP (Specialized Training of Military Parents) provides assistance to military families who have children with special education or health needs. The staff are parents of children who have disabilities and have experience in raising their children in military communities and traveling with their spouses to different locations.

Special Needs Toolkit

Operation Purple Operation Purple

Operation Purple camps was founded by the National Military Family Association to help military kids, ages 7 - 17, learn coping skills to deal with deployment-related stress and foster relationships with other children who's knows what they are going through.

2011 Operation Purple Camp Host Applications Available Now. Submission deadline is 4 P.M. EDT on 15 Oct 2010.

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