Is your child’s favorite word fine? Review these tips to assist your child in opening up, while growing your relationship with them.
The Birthday Ball is one of the biggest events on the Marine Corps calendar. It is a chance to get dressed to the nines, enjoy an evening of tradition, and celebrate the history of the Corps.
Operation Tobacco-Free Marine (OTFM) Tobacco Cessation Program was developed to provide the Marine Corps community with the first of its kind, evidence-based tools to help tobacco users quit successfully. The standardized nature of the program is intended to provide Marines and families consistent health education programming and continuity of care as they attempt to quit tobacco; while also dealing with the challenges of military life.
Conflict is a normal and healthy part of every relationship. Well-managed conflict can promote growth, intimacy, and trust in a relationship. Unresolved conflict, poor communication, and unhealthy interactions can chip away at the foundation of a relationship and increase relationship dissatisfaction.
The Drug Enforcement Agency’s (DEA) National Prescription Drug Take Back Day reflects DEA’s commitment to Americans’ safety and health, encouraging the public to remove unneeded medications from their homes as a measure of preventing medication misuse and opioid addiction from ever starting.
October is National Bullying Prevention Awareness Month. Bullying happens when others seek to harm or intimidate another person. Parents, schools, communities, and children play an important role in educating others and raising awareness for bullying prevention.
All service members deserve to work and live in a respectful, inclusive environment while serving our nation. There are many aspects to hazing, bullying, and sexual assault that can cause a ripple effect for a Marine and their future.
The Marine Corps Exchange (MCX) is dedicated to helping the Marine Corps community and are pleased to reintroduce introduce the Super Star Student program. The Super Star Student program not only rewards students for good grades, but most importantly, stimulates their studies which improves their knowledge and learning abilities.
Great resources are available to assist transitioning Marines and their family members connect to education resources, employment opportunities, and other Veterans services that aid in their career and life goals outside of military service.
The EFMP & Me Tool is guide to both everyday and major life events for you and your family member with special needs and the Exceptional Family Member Program. Customize your own set of interactive checklists of resources and suggested tasks to complete based on topics that are important to you