Quitting smoking is no easy thing. Fears and misconceptions about quitting smoking can make things even more difficult. Luckily, many of these fears are untrue — or at the least, exaggerated.
Building and maintaining strong support networks is vital, especially for military families in constant flux. Here are a few ideas on how to stay connected!
When a Marine isn't able to go home for the holidays, MCCS is here to provide many opportunities that allow Marines to experience the holiday cheer.
This year consider some simple tips to help you manage holiday spending and avoid New Year surprises.
Seeking help for depression or PTSD is actually a sign of strength. Here is one avenue to reach out to.
As Suicide Prevention Month continues, take the opportunity to proof your home for any unsecured items that should be safely stored, and help a friend do the same.
Parent of the Year Gregory Prayer was honored by the National Alliance for Youth Sports for providing more than 4,100 hours of volunteer service to the youth sports programs at Camp Lejeune - New River.
Regardless of how you decide to volunteer or how many hours of service you offer, volunteering as a military member or spouse can bring you tremendous joy any time of the year.
Are you looking for a way to give back this holiday season? Volunteering is a great way to get involved in your community and unit, work together as a family, and spread some holiday cheer!
On January 5, 2017, three Marines became the first females to join the 1st Infantry Battalion, 8th Marines with the Second Marine Expeditionary Force at Camp Lejeune, North Carolina.