Keeping America Strong Means –
Sustaining Strong, Ready & Resilient Military Families.
Serving our nation as a member of America’s Armed Military Forces is a great honor. In order to serve and do it well, we need strong and resilient military families. The training and deployments required to meet our missions’ requirements and support our national security puts stress on Military Service Members and on Military Families.
There are an abundance of good programs available to help Military Service Members, Veterans and Military Families cope with the challenges of work & family life balance. These programs help service members define and maintain a positive climate of family readiness. Increasing awareness and access to community-based resources is a key component of building and sustaining strong and resilient military families.
The Women Veterans ROCK Series on “Strengthening America’s Military Families” has been dedicated:
Where do you go if you need help and/or have questions?
There are several core ways for Service Members, Veterans and Military Families to get help navigating access to military specific resources and other community-based programs. You may seek out:
By Guest Blogger:
Retired Colonel Mary Lowe Mayhugh, (U.S. Army)
Women Veterans ROCK, Public Policy Liaison
Washington, DC / Capitol Hill Region
Visit the Women Veterans ROCK weekly blog series on “Strengthening America’s Military Families” to learn more about building and sustaining strong, ready & resilient military families.