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Military Assistance Programs for Servicemembers and Their Families
You can find free, confidential help with any aspect of military life at Military OneSource. This Department of Defense-funded program offers counseling and information for servicemembers and their families in areas such as:
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National Resource Directory
Search the National Resource Directory to find help with employment, health, homelessness, housing, caregiver support and other issues. The directory connects wounded warriors, servicemembers, veterans, families and caregivers with local support resources.
There are many military-affiliated and private charitable, support, and advocacy organizations that help servicemembers and their families, including: