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Resources for Military Families

Clearinghouse for Military Family Readiness

The Clearinghouse for Military Family Readiness assists professionals who serve military families with identifying, selecting, and implementing evidence-based programs and practices that address a range of topics from family matters to mental health.
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Military Families learning Network

Military Families Learning Network (MFLN) is an extension program that offers educational resources and trainings to practitioners’, with the ultimate goal is to enhance the lives of military families and service members. MFLN trainings offer the opportunity to share and engage with direct service providers, and they offer certificates of completion for most webinars, learning events, courses, and podcasts.
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Military OneSource

Military OneSource is an all-encompassing resource for military personnel and their families that promises to be the one source that stands ready to assist in mastering military life. Topic areas include the military life cycle, family & relationships, moving & housing, financial & legal matters, education & employment, health & wellness, recreation, travel & shopping, and service providers & leaders.
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MySECO

MySeco is the Spouse Education and Career Opportunities program and is a comprehensive education and career guidance resource for military spouses and families. MySeco offers military spouses and families the opportunity to search for jobs or scholarships, look for educational opportunities, access career trainings and obtain licensing, connect with career coaches and more.
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Psychological health Center of Exellence

Psychological Health Center of Excellence provides education in the form of information, trainings, and webinars. Their mission is to increase awareness of mental health and to ultimately improve readiness and the prevention of psychological health disorders.
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The Military Family Research Institude at Purdue University (MFRI)

MFRI is a university-based program that pairs research with outreach. Their team conducts and analyzes research studies that relate to experiences of military and veteran families, and they train communities, organizations, and professionals to gain a better understanding of these family’s needs. They also create supportive programs and services for student veterans
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project Y.E.S.! Youth Extension Service

Project Y.E.S.! is a national program that offers college student interns the ability to develop professional career goals and plans. They also give back to their community by meeting the needs of military families and by working closely with the Yellow Ribbon Reintegration Program.
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