There is so much to learn when preparing for the birth of a new baby. It can be an overwhelming experience. New Parent Support Program provides classes and resources in your area to help you during this life-changing event.
The Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month (SAAPM) Poster Contest is now accepting submissions. This year’s theme is Step Forward. Prevent. Report. Advocate.
All muscles in the human body are important, and if training is optimal, they will look great and help you perform whatever tasks are required. Dive into this list of factors that will guide your training to look great but also enhance performance.
If a PCS move is in the future, don’t try to do it alone. The local Information, Referral and Relocation office can assist with making it less stressful.
When the time comes to transition from military life back to civilian life, a Marine isn’t the only one who has preparation to do and decisions to make. Spouses are transitioning too.
Commands, SAPR personnel, and all MCCS staff are encouraged to consider nominating for the DoD Annual Promoting Excellence in Prevention Award. Each year, DoD SAPRO sponsors recognition for an individual, group, or unit from each Military Service, component, or organization for their work in advancing the primary prevention of sexual assault.
Change can be scary, but it can also be exciting! Talking about the change, having a plan, and getting connected to resources can make it a little easier. Following are some life changes you may experience as a military family and resources to help you navigate them.
Most New Year’s resolutions focus on losing weight, exercising more, reducing stress levels, and being more productive, however, many people may be surprised to learn how closely sleep relates to achieving most of these goals. Getting enough quality sleep is associated with healthier body weight, greater motivation, smarter food choices, better stress management, problem-solving, and attention. Sleep is a habit that deserves just as much attention as other habits, if not more.
January 3 is International Mind-Body Wellness Day, an opportunity to celebrate how a healthy mind and healthy emotions mean a healthy body.
Make low-risk drinking choices this New Year and see how your health, fitness, relationships, and finances improve.