The coronavirus pandemic has imposed a new way of life for people of all ages. With school years cut short and social interactions limited, you can help your kids navigate these times with these communication tips.
The uncertainty of the world at the moment can be overwhelming and chaotic, but your health and fitness routine doesn't have to be. Here are some nutrition and workout resources you can use while at home.
While staying home, you can take advantage of this time to catch up on the Commandant's Reading List and these MCCS programs for education ideas, tips, and resources for you and your family.
Read at home and be entered into weekly gift card drawings during the Spring Reading Challenge!
Have you read the updated Marine Corps Parenthood and Pregnancy policy? MCO 5000.12F is out now with important changes!
How can you protect and encourage children during the covid-19 pandemic?
Fears about the coronavirus and the lack of medical supplies like masks are being exploited by scams. Here are some of the top scams that Marines and families need to be aware of during the covid-19 outbreak.
Don’t miss your chance to register for the Spouse Education & Career Opportunities (SECO) 2020 Virtual Military Spouse Symposium. Now more than ever, this two-day symposium offers a phenomenal opportunity to take advantage of courses that could benefit and motivate you!
The observation of Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month will not be stopped by COVID-19. Read more about how you can support this important awareness initiative.
April is Volunteer Appreciation Month! Volunteering looks different in a world that requires physical distancing amid COVID-19 concerns, but you can still get involved with these virtual volunteering opportunities.