Resource Highlights2019-05-28T11:22:13-07:00


As a military parent, you have regular day-to-day responsibilities: taking a child to daycare, fixing meals, attending a soccer game, and running errands. However, you have the added demands of military life: relocation, deployment or homecoming, and reestablishing support networks. Staying healthy in body and mind helps your family face these challenges. View resource

MCEC’s Mission is to ensure inclusive, quality educational opportunities for all military-connected children affected by mobility, transition, deployments and family separation.

Warrior Canine Connection utilizes a Mission Based Trauma Recovery model to help recovering Warriors reconnect with life, their families, their communities, and each other.

Programs for caregivers and member benefits support the goal of making strong families even stronger. Caregiving for the entire family–across the whole lifecycle of military service from enlistment to retirement and into Veteran status–is important.

The American Legion’s Legacy Scholarship provides college scholarship money to children of post-9/11 veterans who died on active duty, or have a combined VA disability rating of 50 percent or greater.

Operation Purple Camp (OPC) offers military kids a free week of camp where they connect with other kids, just like them.

The Military and Veteran Caregiver Peer Support Network (MVCN) offers peer-based support and services to connect those providing care to servicemembers and veterans living with wounds, illnesses and/or injuries.

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