October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Since its creation in 1989, October has been a time to build awareness around domestic abuse and be a voice for the survivors of domestic abuse. If you or someone you know is experiencing physical, sexual, or emotional abuse, there are resources available.
Never written a resume before? Don’t sweat it. Sure, it seems daunting if you are staring at a blank computer screen, but it will not be blank for long!
The Exceptional Family Member Program (EFMP) was the subject of a comprehensive program evaluation. Here’s what you told us.
The community of individuals with a disability is one of the largest minority groups in the United States and it’s important to ensure that the language we use is respectful.
In celebration of Black History month, here’s a quick look at just a few of the most decorated black athletes to have earned the eagle, globe, and anchor.
In 2018, the Exceptional Family Member Program (EFMP) partnered with Special Olympics to implement Young Athletes, which is a program offered children with and without disabilities, the opportunity to play and learn together.
Did you know that moving is listed as one of the top stressors that a person can experience in a lifetime? Don’t forget, every PCS, you’ve got people for that.
Suicide is a complex issue. Knowing where to start the conversation can be hard and can seem like a daunting task. However, having tough conversations can save someone’s life.
You may have a friend, loved one, or family member who was sexually assaulted. They may be struggling to get through this tragic event and reach out to you for help. Consider these "Do’s" and "Don'ts" when offering support.
Getting a job is hard, and securing the job of your dreams is sometimes even harder. This was the case for National Guard Staff Sergeant (SSG) David Verdoorn before contacting the Marine for Life Network.