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"We strive to support Service members, their spouses, and their children – because that’s our total obligation. We strive to take the utmost care in understanding the circumstances that require we put America's brave sons and daughters in harm’s way – and we strive to be there to support them before, during, and after. No matter what."
~ Secretary of Defense, Ashton Carter
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Military OneSource

As a service provider, you know that reliable, current information on military programs and resources is critical to the comprehensive support of Service members and their families. Consider Military OneSource your official one-stop access point for all the information and resources you need. A range of programs from Moving and Spouse Education to Career Opportunities are covered here.

Topics Customized for Service Providers

Child Abuse and Domestic Abuse
Children, Youth & Teens
Deployment
EFMP/Special Needs
Morale, Welfare & Recreation
Non-medical Counseling
Parenting
Transition Assistance
Wounded Warrior

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Military Families Learning Network

The Military Families Learning Network (MFLN) connects military family service professionals to timely research-based resources and to each other. MFLN engages participants using platforms such as APAN's Adobe Connect, Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn to learn from experts, share experiences, and develop a highly skilled network of professionals supporting military families around the world. Free continuing education credits are available from many professional associations including AFCPE, NASW, FINCERT, CDR, EITP, and GAMFT.

Programming areas include:

• Community Capacity Building
• Family Development
• Family Transitions
• Military Caregiving
• Network Literacy
• Nutrition and Wellness
• Personal Finance

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Community Capacity Building Curriculum

Community Capacity Building is a process that builds on the existing strengths and resources of your community rather than focusing on the deficits. The approach has a positive focus on results that better the lives of individuals and families while increasing needed resources for the community. The action-oriented focus encourages involvement by demonstrating success and engaging people from diverse parts of the community. This curriculum highlights the value of community members working together to create positive change. It explains the community capacity building approach to achieve desired results for your civilian and military members.

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