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Mental health is one of the biggest issues facing our military today. No one is better suited to help our nation’s service members, veterans, and their families like military spouses. Our aim is to connect our military spouse behavioral health clinicians with the information, resources, and individuals necessary to help them with their career trajectories, all in an effort to decrease military spouse unemployment and to help develop solutions to our military and civilian mental health crisis.

23/11/2022

“When I joined the Air Force, I didn’t know any fighter pilot moms.”

23/11/2022

In a recent interview with Men's Health, Johnson shared his own struggles and how he hopes to encourage people to ask for help when they need it.

I've been lucky enough to be a member of this amazing organization and to count its founder as a friend. Here's to many,...
23/11/2022

I've been lucky enough to be a member of this amazing organization and to count its founder as a friend. Here's to many, many, many more successful years ahead!! 🎊🎉🍾🥂

Esposas Militares Hispanas USA, founded by Janet Sanchez, is marking 15 years of supporting Hispanic military spouses.

26/01/2022

A new program out of California is hoping to help kids dealing crisis, trauma and thoughts of su***de. The Child Mind Institute received a $25 million grant from California to create videos showing kids talking candidly about their feelings. NBC’s Cynthia McFadden reports for TODAY.

26/01/2022

Innovative Resources in Both English and Spanish Empower Parents and Educators to Talk About Mental Health and Teach Kids Critically Important Coping Skills San Jose, California – As young people continue to feel the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic and face existential threats like climate change...

25/01/2022

“Children and adolescents may find face masks annoying, they may find them difficult to wear the right way, but they generally take their cues from the adults in their environment” says David Anderson, PhD.

25/01/2022

Tax season can be a confusing time for everyone. There are plenty of resources available to help military families with their taxes.

22/01/2022

By Amazon staff Military spouses average one household move every two and a half years—which is seven times more than

20/01/2022

We are just beginning to appreciate the long-term impact of the past two years on mental health—and especially for children and adolescents. But we know already that lockdowns, isolation, and uncertainty have contributed to increases in anxiety and depressive symptoms, and parents have been pushed...

20/01/2022

When we think about childhood injuries, we usually think of scratches, a few stitches, maybe even a broken bone. We don’t talk frequently enough about the traumatic stress and other mental health challenges young people experience that can affect them for the rest of their lives. Significant short...

19/01/2022

Advancing your professional development while your spouse is active duty presents challenges, as a move every two to three years

11/01/2022

Military families have the right to a safe and healthy living environment, especially in installation housing where service members entrust the military with their families’ health and well-being.

11/01/2022

It has been over a month since we were made aware that a huge fuel leak had spilled into our

11/01/2022

Read More As both a Marine Corps veteran and a military spouse, Jessica Rudd empathizes with the two passionate communities,

07/01/2022

Sponsored At Verizon, Rebecca Newman-Mahoney and her team know how to protect, defend and run to a crisis. Rebecca found

06/01/2022

2021 was an incredible year here at the National Military Family Association, and we all have so much to be proud of.

06/01/2022

The Promised Land Chapter 1 | Chapter 2 | Chapter 3 Mount Rushmore is just okay. I said it. If

06/01/2022

It’s Not a PCS Without a Trip to the ER Chapter 1 | Chapter 2 | Chapter 4 Roadside assistance

06/01/2022

Murphy’s Law is a Law for a Reason Scroll down for all the highlights from our PCS Across American on

06/01/2022

A Man, A Plan, An R-Pod Scroll down for all the highlights from our PCS Across American on video! Chapter

04/01/2022

Coming out of the lock downs of 2020 many had looked to 2021 to bring better times for our country.

04/01/2022

Sponsored As the year winds down and a new one approaches, many people take the time to think about New

03/01/2022

The need to fidget in class and outside of class likely got a bump during the pandemic, said David Anderson, clinical psychologist at the Child Mind Institute, a non-profit seeking to transform child and adolescent mental health. “We know from the research that people from all age groups are repor...

22/12/2021

Dr. Jamie Howard joined the CBS Mornings live to discuss the youth mental health crisis, following the new U.S. Surgeon General’s advisory, and shared advice for parents on helping their children during this unprecedented time.

20/12/2021

The Inspire Up girls are at it again. This time, they brought a Christmas explosion to the Marines of Camp

20/12/2021

One harsh truth I have learned about military life is that it isn’t always possible to go home for the

15/12/2021

By Dani Valdez Before we went to bed on Saturday, November 27th, we took some time to smell our water.

15/12/2021

As military spouses, we know time is limited –– maybe more so than our civilian counterparts, because we see how

15/12/2021

The holiday season is here, and, for most of us, that means we are preparing for Christmas, and shortly after,

15/12/2021

New Year's resolutions are a huge part of our culture, but how successful are they? When we look at the

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Mental health is one of the biggest issues facing our military today. No one is better suited to help our nation’s service members, veterans, and their families like military spouses. Our aim is to connect our military spouse behavioral health clinicians with the information, resources, and individuals necessary to help them with their career trajectories, all in an effort to decrease military spouse unemployment and to help develop solutions to our military and civilian mental health crisis.

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