Military Families: Helpful Information
- A Family's Guide to the Military for Dummies, 355.1 GAR.
- Frequently Asked Questions About Being Part of a Military Family, 355.1 HAR.
- Heroes at Home: Help and Hope for America's Military Families, 355.1 KAY.
- Personal Finance for Military Families, 332.024 PER.
Search our Catalog by Subject for: Families of military personnel and Children of military personnel.
- MilitaryOneSource: A free government information and resource program to help soldiers and their families.
- National Military Family Association: Mental health, financial, educational and other information for military families.
- National Resource Directory: Family & Caregiver Support: Learn about programs to support families of Service Members and Veterans, and how to access emotional, financial and community assistance.
- North Carolina National Guard: The "Family Programs" link has information on family resources for couples, individuals and children.
- U.S. Department of Defense Community Relations: News and support information for military families.
- H is for Honor: A Military Family Alphabet, j355.973 SCI.
- I Miss You!: A Military Kid's Book About Deployment, 362.82 AND.
- Meghan's Military Family, j355 ZIM.
- My Hero: Miltary Kids Write About Their Moms and Dads, j355 MY.
- All Those Secrets of the World, P YOL.
- Alpha, Bravo, Charlie: The Military Alphabet, P DEM.
- Dear Baby, I'm Watching Over You, P CAS.
- The Impossible Patriotism Project, P SKE.
- Love, Lizzie: Letters to a Military Mom, P MCE.
- My Red Balloon, P BUN.
- Pilot Mom, P DUB.
- Red, White and Blue Goodbye, P TOM.
- Sometimes We Were Brave, P BRI.
- Year of the Perfect Christmas Tree, P HOU.
- Guide to Help Children with the Deployment of a Parent (PDF): Addresses the emotional needs of children during the deployment period.
- Helping Children Cope During Deployment (PDF): This fact sheet contains useful information to help children cope during a parents' deployment.
- Sesame Street Workshop: Reaching Out to Military Families: "Sesame created Talk, Listen, Connect (T.L.C.), a multiphase educational outreach initiative designed to help kids through deployments and homecomings, combat-related injuries, and the death of a parent or loved one."
Find more resources at the National Resource Directory: Talking to Children website.
- Home Fires Burning: Married to the Military, for Better or Worse, 355.109 HOU.
- Homefront Club: The Hardheaded Woman's Guide to Raising a Military Family, 646.7 ECK.
- The Military Marriage Manual: Tactics for Successful Relationships, 355.1 HIL.
- Military Widow: A Survival Guide, 155.9 STE.
- National Guard 101: A Handbook for Spouses, 355.1 COR.
- While They're at War: The True Story of American Families on the Homefront, 956.704 HEN.
- After the War Zone: A Practical Guide for Returning Troops and Their Families, 616.85 SLO.
- Life After the Military: A Handbook for Transitioning Veterans, 362.86 HIL.
- The Military Father: A Hands-on Guide for Deployed Dads, 355.1 BRO.
- Military-to-Civilian Transition Guide: The Essential Job Search Handbook for Service Members, 650.14 FAR.
- Military Transition to Civilian Success: The Complete Guide for Veterans and Their Families, 650.14 HAY.
- Once a Warrior, Always a Warrior: Navigating the Transition from Combat to Home -- Including Combat Stress, PTSD, and mTBI, 616.85 HOG.
- When Johnny/Joanie Comes Marching Home: Reuniting Military Families Following Deployment (with DVD), 355.129 WES.
- When Johnny and Jane Come Marching Home: How All of Us Can Help Veterans, 616.89 CAP.
- The Wounded Warrior Handbook: A Resource Guide for Returning Veterans, 362.108 HIL.
- Citizen-Soldier Support Program (CSSP): Helps returning soldiers and their families with behavioral health programs.
- For Service to Your Country: The Essential Guide to Getting the Veteran's Benefits You've Earned, 362.86 GAY.
- Veterans Benefits for Dummies, 332.868 POW.
- National Resource Directory: Benefits & Compensation: Find information on military and VA benefits, military pay, disability compensation, insurance, Social Security benefits and more.
- Post 9/11 GI Bill: Benefits information for veterans.
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