The Unit, Personal, and Family Readiness Program (UPFRP) is undergoing several changes to continue to effectively execute core program requirements, while also reallocating some of the resources in this area to better match our peace time status.
Traveling with small children can be overwhelming. Here are some tips to help keep your journeys as stress free as possible.
If you are relocating, the Information and Referral (I&R) office at your installation should be your first stop.
Family Member Employment Assistance Program offers a wide variety of services to ensure you are prepared in whatever it is you are seeking assistance with, whether it’s finding employment, going back to school, or even starting your own business.
There are a lot of different ways that children and teens communicate electronically. Check out some of these apps and features you might want to keep on your radar, as well as tips to talk to your kids about their social media usage.
Whether your Marine is deployed for three months or one year, it is possible for your relationship to grow closer during your time apart by considering these suggested ideas.
Don’t just wait for the government shutdown to happen. Plan ahead and minimize its impact on your day-to-day routine.
LifeSkills Training and Education offers a variety of courses on everything from emergency preparedness to conflict management. Check out our infographic to learn more.
Navigating a relationship can be tough! When differences arise, don’t be afraid to talk about your concerns. Open communication is key to a healthy relationship.
When most people think of libraries, they usually think books. Anyone working in a library today, however, knows that they are so much more than just books. In recent years, many public and academic libraries have begun to develop spaces for activities that both teach and empower patrons to try new and emerging technologies to explore the Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) realms.