Military Families: Information and Support
- 332.024 LAW (2013). Military Finances: Personal Money Management for Service Members, Veterans, and their Families.
- 355.1 GAR. A Family's Guide to the Military for Dummies.
- 355.1 HAR. Frequently Asked Questions About Being Part of a Military Family.
- MilitaryOneSource: A free government information and resource program to help soldiers and their families.
Go to: http://www.militaryonesource.com/MOS.aspx
- National Military Family Association: Mental health, financial, educational and other information for military families.
Go to: http://www.militaryfamily.org/
- 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.
Go to: https://www.nationalresourcedirectory.gov/family_and_caregiver_support
- North Carolina National Guard: Information on family resources for couples, individuals and children.
Go to: http://nc.ng.mil/services/familyprograms/FPcontact/Pages/default.aspx
- U.S. Department of Defense Community Relations: News and support information for military families.
Go to: http://www.defense.gov/Resources
Children & Spouses
Search our Catalog by Subject for: Families of military personnel and Children of military personnel.
- j355 MY. My Hero: Miltary Kids Write About Their Moms and Dads.
- j355 ZIM. Meghan's Military Family.
- j355.973 SCI. H is for Honor: A Military Family Alphabet.
- 362.82 AND. I Miss You!: A Military Kid's Book About Deployment.
- P BRI. Sometimes We Were Brave.
- P BUN. My Red Balloon.
- P CAS. Dear Baby, I'm Watching Over You.
- P DEM. Alpha, Bravo, Charlie: The Military Alphabet.
- P DUB. Pilot Mom.
- P HOU. Year of the Perfect Christmas Tree.
- P MCE. Love, Lizzie: Letters to a Military Mom.
- P SKE. The Impossible Patriotism Project.
- P TOM. Red, White and Blue Goodbye.
- National Military Family Association: Kids + Deployment: Addresses the emotional needs of children during the deployment period.
Go to: http://www.militaryfamily.org/kids-operation-purple/deployment.html
- 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."
Go to: http://www.sesameworkshop.org/what-we-do/our-initiatives/military-families/
Find more resources at the National Resource Directory: Talking to Children website.
Go to: https://www.nationalresourcedirectory.gov/family_and_caregiver_support/children_and_youth/talking_to_children
- 155.9 STE. Military Widow: A Survival Guide.
- 355.1 HIL. The Military Marriage Manual: Tactics for Successful Relationships.
- 355.1 PAV. Surviving deployment : a guide for military families.
- 355.109 HOU. Home Fires Burning: Married to the Military, for Better or Worse.
- 646.7 ECK. Homefront Club: The Hardheaded Woman's Guide to Raising a Military Family.
- 355.1 BRO. The Military Father: A Hands-on Guide for Deployed Dads.
- 355.129 WES (with DVD). When Johnny/Joanie Comes Marching Home: Reuniting Military Families Following Deployment.
- 362.108 HIL. The Wounded Warrior Handbook: A Resource Guide for Returning Veterans.
- 362.86 HIL. Life After the Military: A Handbook for Transitioning Veterans.
- 616.85 SLO. After the War Zone: A Practical Guide for Returning Troops and Their Families.
- 616.89 CAP. When Johnny and Jane Come Marching Home: How All of Us Can Help Veterans.
- 650.14 FAR. Military-to-Civilian Transition Guide: The Essential Job Search Handbook for Service Members.
- Citizen-Soldier Support Program (CSSP): Helps returning soldiers and their families with behavioral health programs.
Go to: http://www.citizensoldiersupport.org/
- Resource guide for veterans, their dependents and survivors. R362.86 RES.
- Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Information for service members.
- 362.86 GAY. For Service to Your Country: The Essential Guide to Getting the Veteran's Benefits You've Earned.
- GI Bill: Benefits information for veterans.
Go to: http://www.gibill.va.gov/
- National Resource Directory: Benefits & Compensation: Find information on military and VA benefits, military pay, disability compensation, insurance, Social Security benefits and more.
Go to: http://www.va.gov/opa/publications/benefits_book.asp
- North Carolina Department of Commerce Division of Workforce Solutions
Veteran Services: provides job seeker services for veterans, transitioning service members, and eligible spouses.
Local Contact: Mike Cloy, Disabled Veterans Outreach Program Specialist
1391 Bessemer City Road, Gastonia NC 28052
Phone: 704-853-5328 x 251, FAX: 704-853-5303
- Veterans Employment and Training Service (VETS) - United States Department of Labor
Offers a one-stop online employment services website, veterans.gov, with links to job centers around the country, career-path exploration, approved local training programs, colleges and universities, listings for federal jobs; as well as advice on how to start a business, and guidance for employers looking to hire veterans.
Author: Gaston County Public Library
Title: Military Families: Information and Support
Revised: 3 June 2017